Happy new year lovelies, trust 2020 is off to a great start. So I spent the holiday in Jos with my family and the first question I asked when I got into town was if there was any new restaurant seeing that I haven’t been to Jos in almost 2years. My sister mentioned Sweet November […]Read More DINING ON A BUDGET WHEN IN JOS //Sweet November Bistro review
Photo credit @slayfestival So I got the opportunity to attend the SLAY FESTIVAL this year. SLAY FESTIVAL is an innovation of SHE LEADS AFRICA. SHE LEADS AFRICA helps young African women in career and business mentorship. I have always looked forward to attending the Slay festival but something always comes up so I was super […]Read More SLAY FESTIVAL 2019…WAS IT REALLY WORTH THE WHOLE HYPE?
Had an amazing time at the Kalakuta Museum. Kalakuta Museum Hello lovelies, how are you doing? So I spent my Saturday at the Kalakuta Republic Museum. The Kalakuta Museum was were the Legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti lived. The name Kalakuta was derived from Alagbon prison where Fela was once locked up. The cell he was […]Read More A DAY SPENT WITH THE LEGEND FELA ANIKULAPO KUTI AT THE KALAKUTA REPUBLIC MUSEUM
Fine dinning experience in LagosRead More BRUNCH AT SOUTH SOCIALS EATERY
I am someone that loves to stick to what I know because it’s just easier. When it comes to trying new things especially food I get really scared for reasons unknown.Read More Lagos Living// My first Visit to a Sea food restaurant. (Ocean Basket)
So I finally got to visit the famous Lekki Arts and craft market this weekend after several procrastination. The market is also known as Oba Elegushi International Market. Location. Coming from Victoria Island, the market is by the turn after the 4th roundabout off Lekki Epe express way on Oba Elegushi street. Getting there was […]Read More Lagos Living // A Visit to the Lekki Arts and Craft Market.
A day away from the hustle and bustle of Lagos.Read More A Day At Oniru Private Beach.