Weekend is on the corner. One more day to go and we will be free at last! You can be passionate about your work, but still, it can be draining, especially, here, in Lagos. But yet, we like living in the pulsating heart of this wild town. Further more, when she stops being so guarded and reveals … More The other side of Lagos
As everybody knows, what best embodies Lagos, is its traffic. I am late because I was stuck in traffic, is like the best excuse ever here, because it is most likely to be true! So living in Surulere, when I have an appointment on the Island, I always plan to leave my house between one hour … More The day I almost arrived early to an appointment in Lagos
I was scrolling down my contacts and I noticed that I have more than ten names starting with mechanic, as this is how I store those professionals on my phone. I have to deal with so many of them, that there is no point registering them by name or surname first, as I will not … More Mechanic, plumber, electrician… what is wrong with them?
I could have entitled this piece: “Embarrassing moments” as it is the story of how I made a fool of myself in a famous Lagos Club, behaving as if I was freshly arriving in Lagos straight from my remote village! Particularly when you consider that I had been on dance floors, in Paris, in Rome, … More AT THE CLUB
A few months ago, I was driving my car, minding my own business (eating biscuits and drinking water from a bottle), when I got stopped by some policemen: – Madam, follow us to the police station, please, you are riding the wrong way! – What do you mean the wrong way? I have been driving … More At the police station
I am not a prude, or at least not so much, but I hate public display of affection, a quick kiss or holding hands is fine with me, but don’t flaunt your French kissing skills in front of me. I just hate that. Public transport in Europe, and especially in France, has always been a … More French Kiss
You remember how I was raving yesterday about this highly cherished Nigerian fashion accessory called “gele”, a head gear which goes together with an outfit called “aso ebi”? I even put a picture for those of you who are not familiar with it, to help you understand why I am always so much excited about that very unique style. … More Should aso ebi be banned ?
I must confess that I am just a recent blog reader. But, since I got the virus, I mainly follow three popular Nigerian bloggers: the queen, Linda Ikeji, the good-hearted, Stella Dimoko Korkus and the distinctive, Bella Naija, respectively known worldwide as LIB, SDK and BN, and when I say worldwide, I mean millions … More Linda Ikeji Versus Stella Dimoko Korkus Versus Bella Naija. Who is the best Nigerian blogger?
Sometimes Beauty lies in front of our very eyes but we just lack the ability to see it. This pictures of Lagos are taken by a very talented young lady called Georgina D., a big thank you from all of us that are blind! This is for all of you that are going to stay long … More LAGOS, IS THAT YOU?
I was at this Etisalat office the other day to buy a new sim card and I was quite impressed by the young lady who took care of me. She was all smiles and she kept reassuring the waiting customers that she would soon be available for them. Her technical skills were on point too: she … More Anything for the boys?*