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How to “FUND” your Travel as a Broke Inspiring Travel Blogger.

I know you’re wondering what “ Travel & “Broke” is doing in the statement. Because to travel is to have money. 😂 That’s what I’m about to get to in a minute. A few weeks ago, I took to my Newsletter family & social media to share the financial mistakes I made as an inspiring newbie travel content creator and how I went about funding my trip, which was a wrong money decision.to “ I’ve learned sha.”  I promised to share how I was able to fund the rest of my trip and hopefully for my forthcoming trips so that

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Top Places to Visit in Cote D’Ivoire

Grab a seat, pour hot chocolate, balanced well then shockingly, Tea spilt  I’m not even crying because that’s what I am here to do anyways, Spill the tea for y’all. If you follow me on other platforms then you will have a visual representation of all the attractions I’m about to list here. if you’re not I will indulge you to do, so you can make a more informed decision  if it’s worth the visit for you or not: WATCH INSTAGRAM HIGHLIGHTS CLICK TO WATCH ON YOUTUBE There are several places to see in Cote D’Ivoire and while I spent

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Ivory Coast | Travel guide, tips, & Requirements

•Currency: XOF•Language: French•Colonized: France•Independence: 1960•How to get in from Nigeria•By Road or By Air•Visa Requirement: Visa-free for NigeriansCovid 19: Requirement: 42 hours PCR TestTwo jabs of vaccination& Yellow Fever Card. Cote d’Ivoire isn’t one of those countries that get tourists and travel operators planning trips to year in year out. I mean, if you’re not adventurous and looking into exploring every country in the world, Cotedivoire may never cut the top must-visit countries in the world. I didn’t grow up knowing a lot about the continents and the maps outside the basics that have been taught in Geography and &

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Exploring West Africa As a budget, Nigerian Traveller.

Exploring West Africa has a budget, Nigerian Traveller. You want to travel the world and you have taken the advice of starting from your immediate environment too seriously. As a Nigerian, you know where to start from is from the neighbouring countries. You’re smart! That’s exactly where to start from. Adejoke, Whatever budget you currently have, multiply it by three. I know you might have read some posts that picture exploring West Africa as budget-friendly. I did too, and they were outdated. Here are the facts to help you better prepare. 1: Exploring West Africa is not cheap, regardless of

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First Time Flying; My Experience and Tips

I know it’s shocking right, that a 28 female traveller like myself has never boarded the plane before. Especially travelling across Nigeria without a local flight. How shocking! The gist is! When I started travelling, travelling by air was so expensive compared to road. Imagine!  Lagos to Abuja is 40k by air when Bus is just 10k… OMO that 30k difference will do a lot for a budget traveller. Over time, I began to wish that my first flight would be a sponsored trip and fast forward to 2021 the opportunity came. First was an International all-expenses-paid trip to Jamaica. I

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Araromi beach; The coastline bike ride to Ondo State.

Araromi beach; The adventure through a coastline. Have you ever been on a bike journey through the shoreline to travel interstate? I have and it was spontaneous, adventurous and probably the highlight of this month adventure so far. After getting back from a trip on Tuesday, one of my media friends invited me to join her on a trip to Araromi beach. Haven’t heard about this adventure from other travel bloggers, I thought why not! The Beginning; We have read somewhere that you can journey from Lagos to Ondo using a bike via the shoreline.  The only time I have

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