Amsterdam – the city of approximately 850,000 bikes so of course I had to explore this city using this popular mode of transport! Now considering I am scared of cycling alongside traffic this was a BIG DEAL for me and certainly pushed me out of my comfort zone. Despite living in Oxford for 3 years … More Hello ‘Dam, Hello Bike!
It’s been a whole year since I was last in Brazil and I spent last month reminiscing and wishing I was back in that special place, enjoying the sun and vibrancy of that beautiful land. I thought to help with my sadness I would take you back to the lively streets of Salvador where every day … More Video Diaries: The Streets of Salvador
AFROPUNK – a term used to describe someone of African American descent who prescribes to a counter-culture asthetic. Urban dictionary definition I attended Afropunk London held at The Printworks in Surrey Quays in July, thanks to my good friend Seph, who was able to get VIP tickets for the gang for the Saturday. I had … More Afropunk London 2017
Hey hey all! So I got to embark on a recent road trip to my motherland, Nigeria with my family. Let me start and be upfront and honest, I usually don’t enjoy going to Nigeria so my expectations were low. How happy I was that this trip turned out to be truly epic, explorative … More Road tripping across Nigeria: A Photo Essay
Christiania – call it a ‘social experiment’, a self governing state, a hippie’s paradise, whatever; I just knew as soon as I read about it on Jollies and Jaunts blog that I needed to 1) pay a visit to it as a pharmacist and 2) dedicate a whole post to it. My brother and I … More A Pharmacist on Pusher’s Street – a visit to Christiania, Copenhagen
Hello all!! Happy February! So I was inspired to look back over my various border crossings of my past travels and do a blog post about it as I got talking to a girl on my Instagram and we swapped stories of border control and this new era of ‘taking back control.’ (re: Brexit, Trump) … More Border Crossings
How can one tell if one is from North England or South England? It is all from how you pronounce Bath, the correct way obviously being us Northerners (my Northern accent wins over my Southern London born birth!) I have always wanted to visit Bath, ever since it was referenced as this magical place of … More The City of Bath