A while ago, I did an interview on Kacheetee.com about travel and one of the questions for the interview was “What destination would you recommend for travellers?” and right off the top of my head, Istanbul was it.
It’s the last day of the year and I’m sure everyone is excited about the new year.
The thing is, I’m not into all the festivities in December so count me in on the excitement particularly for January (my favorite month of the year) because everything feels new and fresh.
Do I need to emphasize how much I love to travel? Nah!!! You probably know that by now. If I had my way, I would be a full time nomad roaming from one country to another. But considering that I have commitments at home coupled with the hassles of travelling with a Nigerian passport, I think I’ll pass.
I remember my Mother’s words loud and clear whenever she made the statement “Don’t talk to strangers!”. She would emphasize afterwards on how children are being enticed by potential ritualists with sweets and all sorts of junk food that would grab a child’s
I turned on the TV on Sunday evening after a long rewarding afternoon and what do I see? Another terrorist attack!!! This time around, Cote D’ivoire was the target. In Grand Bassam to be precise which is about 40 km away from Abidjan. This bothers me as I’m planning a trip to Abidjan soon and the first question that comes to my mind is, “Should I cancel my trip?”
So it’s a brand new year and I’m pretty sure a lot of people would have come up with some resolutions for it. “I promise to lose weight”, “I would put out more applications for that dream job”…. And the list goes on. I used to be one of those people who made resolutions
As I stepped into the women’s dungeon at Elmina castle, I heard the wails and tears. I did. Though it was an empty room that had been drenched in silence for years and years past but I heard it. It was loud and unpleasant as Kojo explained how many women were thrown