Reading Living: Greenow House Flat and Room Tour

There really isn’t much about Greenow and McCombie House online, so following my previous post: Finding Greenow and McCombie House, this is a general tour of a Greenow House flat. Like I stated, Greenow and McCombie House are “sister houses” and are identical in design so you can expect the same architecture and furnishing in both. Continue reading Reading Living: Greenow House Flat and Room Tour

Book Review: Books I’m Reading For School

It’s been a moment since my last book review but that isn’t because I haven’t been reading. If anything, I’ve been reading and studying more than ever, just not the really entertaining stuff. Like I said in my previous post Since We Will Be Having Coffee, I’m in school and in this post I will be sharing the books I’m reading this semester. Continue reading Book Review: Books I’m Reading For School

Reading Living: What I’m Packing

Packing for a 2-week trip is stressful. Packing for a whole year is a nightmare, especially when you are on a budget and have to keep things within the airline baggage weight limit. There’s packing, weighing and then unpacking in order of least necessary and least expensive to replace, until you get a combination that is relatively satisfying. Continue reading Reading Living: What I’m Packing

Indian Visa Requirements for Nigerians (2018 Update)

Whatever your reason, going to India from Nigeria requires an Indian visa. This process can be daunting especially if you need to travel for medical reasons. This post is  an attempt to save you time and money by preparing you for your visa submission at the Indian Embassy. Visa Requirements 1 photocopy of your passport data page 2 identical white background photo passports showing your … Continue reading Indian Visa Requirements for Nigerians (2018 Update)

11 Travel Tips for Nigerians this Christmas

Trips during the Christmas period can be hectic and exhausting, so depending on your circumstance this may not always be possible. However, it’s holiday season. Smile, talk to the stranger sitting next to you on the bus or flight. Don’t wait till there’s turbulence and you feel like you might be about to die before you say hello. Take a few pictures at your stops. Make memories and live a little. Continue reading 11 Travel Tips for Nigerians this Christmas

What To Do About A Stolen, Lost or Damaged International Passport

Losing your international passport can be one of the most upsetting experiences ever, especially if you have valid visas in it, and or are outside Nigeria. If this is your situation, this post is for you. If not, do yourself a favour and make copies of your data page and valid visas if you haven’t already. Continue reading What To Do About A Stolen, Lost or Damaged International Passport

Discovering Great Britain – Bath City Center

Bath is in the valley of the River Avon, west of London, England, or so Google says. I only rode the bus there. This city is a popular tourist destination because, as the name implies, the city is known for its hot springs and Roman-built baths. Yes, back in 60AD, Romans used to come from far and wide to soak and enjoy the hot springs. Continue reading Discovering Great Britain – Bath City Center

South African Visa Requirements for Nigeria (2017 Update)

Sequel to my previous post on South African Visa requirements, this post is an update for 2017 requirements. All the application requirements with regards to documents remain the same as those required in 2016. On this note I strongly recommend you view my previous post. RELATED: South African Visa Requirements (2016) Update Regular Visa processing now takes 7 to 10 working days, and costs N31,000. Express or Priority Visa … Continue reading South African Visa Requirements for Nigeria (2017 Update)