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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 I did too, and they were outdated.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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The 9 Best 2021 Vacation Rental Apartments for Travelers In Lagos

The  9 Best 2021 Vacation Rental Apartments for Travelers In Lagos Lagos state is Nigeria’s economic/commercial hub, as well as a hotbed of potentials for  viable business ideas and enterprise. It is also a place of fun, tourism and a cultural melting pot where the best of local entertainment mixes with continental enjoyment. So if you are thinking of coming to Lagos anytime soon, or if you’re already in Lagos but you need a place where you can recharge alone or with family, friends and a loved one, you should consider these 9 vacation rental apartments listed below in no

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