On June 29th 2015, a brotherly friend, Saheed Akinsanya asked if I could publish an article on my blog. I gladly accepted because he is one brilliant write I admire. He had just returned Continue reading Travel Experience: A Weekend Tour To New Brunswick, Canada
North American air travellers are set to have a bumpy Thursday as over 2,800 flights have been cancelled amid an imminent winter storm, according to tracking site FlightAware. Continue reading Over 2,800 Flights Have Been Cancelled In Canada And The U.S. Amid Winter Storm
To get to our destination, we needed to go through Casablanca in Morocco, I was very skeptical about having long hours stop over at Morocco because of my not so pleasant Continue reading My Travel Experience: Casablanca, Morocco
A British-born Nigerian was removed from an Easyjet flight at Luton airport after a fellow passenger read a message that mentions ‘prayer’ on his mobile phone and alerted cabin crew, who Continue reading Man Removed From Flight By Armed Police Over ‘Prayer’ Message On His Phone
I found this on a website and feel some of the below are true and funny, hence I thought to share.
“The Murtala Muhammed International Airport MMA, is a major airport that serves Nigeria as a Continue reading 10 Weird People You Meet At The Muritala Muhammed International Airport
I had always heard of ‘Iya Charlie’ as the Queen of England is fondly called by some Nigerians since I was a young child, it was thrilling to have visited Buckingham Palace, one of the Queen’s palaces, even though I Continue reading The Queen of England Makes History, She Will Be The Longest Serving Queen Ever
Have you read about my travel experience in Ghana and United Arab Emirate (UAE)? If not, you may wanna take some time to do so, hope you find it worthwhile, the links are below: Continue reading My Travel Experience: United Kingdom
Yesterday was my second day of boarding the new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) LagBus buses popularly referred to as the AC buses, the old LagBus buses are devoid of AC facility, so Continue reading My Experience On The New LagBus Buses A.K.A The AC Buses
My visit to Ghana in September 2012 was an eye opener as it made me understand a lot of things in terms of other people’s culture, economy, ways of doing things e.t.c. It also encouraged me to aspire to do more travel. There and then Continue reading My Travel Experience: United Arab Emirates
In 2012, I took my annual leave during summer, that was my first ever leave, I wasn’t accustomed to the 1 month annual leave given by most companies, Continue reading My Travel Experience: Road Trip To Ghana Via Benin Republic & Togo
#Akwaaba means welcome in Ghana.
Vacation to Ghana was my first venture out of the shores of Nigeria, it was then I knew Continue reading #ThrowBackThursday: Accra, Ghana
Taiwo Saheed Akinsanya shares his travel experience. I enjoyed reading every bit of his article as I could connect to it. I enjoin you to kindly spare some time to read it too, the message talks to you and I. Continue reading Attitudinal Change: The Tale Of A Tourist
I got a new supervisor some weeks ago, she added me up on LinkedIn, and so I got to see her profile. From her profile, I realized that she had her tertiary education in the United Kingdom. She got her BSc. from Southampton Solent University, Continue reading Travelers’ Tales, Labour Laws & Regulations
Overload get senior. I thought I had seen the worst cases of overload on Nigerian roads till I saw these pictures of overload extravanganza on Facebook. Continue reading Overload Pass Overload, I Thought I Had Seen It All
Some people saw former President Jonathan at Heathrow airport, London today. Each time I hear London these days, my head will just stand *coversface*, can I rewind those fun vacation days. I miss that city! Continue reading Former President Jonathan Was Seen In A London Airport
Wikipedia defines travel as “the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Continue reading One Of My Life Goals: Travel
In September 2013, when we landed from Abu Dhabi to Lagos at about few minutes past 7am, the smell of Murtala Muhammed airport wasn’t friendly, Continue reading Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria
A night at Rye Lane, Peckham!
Prior to this Tuesday night, I had been hearing all sort of gists about Peckham, on how ‘Nigerianess/Africaness’ the place is, Continue reading A Night At Rye Lane, Peckham!
The Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking, is the first purpose-built mosque in the United Kingdom. Built in 1889. It felt good observing my Friday congregational prayer (Jumaah) there. Continue reading The First Purpose-Built Mosque In The United Kingdom
I met these 2 men at Trafalgar Square who claimed they are ‘sitting’ and ‘standing’ on air. I know it’s a trick but then it seems like a mystery because I checked all around them to see if I could find a Continue reading ‘Sitting’ And ‘Standing’ On Air?