Durbar, an experience of a lifetime
Last week Monday started with an impromptu airline ticket purchase to Kaduna. A couple of friends wanted to experience the Durbar in Zaria, Kaduna and on the wake of the kidnapping and murder of tourists in Kajuru castle, I summoned courage to take the leap and finally experience something I have wanted to do for quite some time.
Omo Forest Reserve, the path we hiked
Quick Fact: Omo Forest Reserve is home to over 200 types of trees and 125 species of birds and mammal, including endangered elephants, white-throated guenon monkeys, and chimpanzees. The noisiness of Lagos can be quite overwhelming and Omo Forest seemed like the best place to escape into the calmness of nature and gather myself and…
Breathtaking and amazing Ireland
Ireland, definitely not a destination the average Nigerian would think to spend vacation. Six years ago, a travel friend said it was his favorite country to visit yet, I simply thought he was insane.
Before packing my bags for a two-week trip through Morocco, the constant picture in my mind was getting my fill of authentic and amazing Moroccan food non-stop while lazing on a lounge with a glass of cocktail in hand.
ZeeGoes to West Africa
Three weeks ago, I found myself experiencing the highs and lows of travelling through West Africa in a way I never fathomed I would. I shall focus on the highs instead of the constant lows of disappointment in the corrupt practices while passing through the borders of Nigeria...
Affordable quick getaways this Easter
Last week, I met a couple of Americans experiencing Lagos from a very fresh perspective and I immediately wanted to be a part of their experience. I figured it was the right time to explore Lagos from the eyes of an outsider....
Journey to the east: My food discovery in Igbo land
For the first 20 years of my life, as a semi-typical naïve Yoruba young lady, my experience with the Igbo food culture was limited to a one-time sample of yellow eba (garri mixed with palm oil) and okro soup from my neighbor’s plate.