GOOD MOOD FOOD REVIEW – Grilla, Liverpool

Originally posted on GABY MENDES:
Welcome to the second in my blog series of ‘The Good Mood Food Review’. Here you can find out all about those restaurants and bars with feel good food and atmosphere! Recently I was invited to write a review of Grilla, one of my favourite restaurants in Liverpool. I had…

RESTAURANTS AT LAGOS FOOD REVIEW AND PRICES

Originally posted on Lifestyle blog:
RESTAURANT: CHOW NOODLE BAR LOCATION :LEKKI PHASE 1 PRICE : #1800 If you’re in LAGOS Nigeria and you feel lazy to get out of bed to cook or drive to the nearest restaurant, just order a box of CHOW from Chow Noodle Bar , I promise it’s worth the taste…

Nkoyo | Abuja

Originally posted on SalmahXO:
📍1st Floor, Ceddi Plaza, Central Business District, Abuja. Summer ‘16 was the last time I dined at Nkoyo, and I was happy to be back. Nkoyo is one of my all time fave restaurants in the city and I occasionally have their food as take out when my mum visits herself.…

Silk & Satin: Food Tasting at Faji Steakhouse | Abuja

Originally posted on SalmahXO:
📍13, Amazon Street, Maitama, Abuja. So your girl was invited to a ‘food tasting’ event over the weekend. I was so excited cause that meant I’d be able to eat a variety of food all in one seating! I was also excited at the thought of meeting fellow foodies and how…

ARC Review || All of Us with Wings by Michelle Ruiz Keil

Originally posted on A Book. A Thought.:
Title: All of Us with Wings By: Michelle Ruiz Keil Pages: 360  Published:  June 18th, 2019 By: Soho Press Genre: YA|Magical-Realism|Fantasy|LGBT+ You can buy it HERE: Book Depository Michelle Ruiz Keil’s YA fantasy debut about love, found family, and healing is an ode to post-punk San Francisco through the eyes…

Boozy Breakfast | Abuja

Originally posted on SalmahXO:
📍Apple Boulevard, 130, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja. Brunch at Boozy Breakfast this weekend was so much fun. It was a full house cause my friends and the amazing Blink365 team were there! Btw, we’re cooking up something together, (yes, pun intended) so keep tabs! Well, since Pamela of ‘@pamsfoodtour’…

7 MOST AMAZING THINGS TO TRY AT ONIRU PRIVATE BEACH

Originally posted on ericotrips:
Before we get seriously underway, there are two basic questions I want you to consider. Firstly, Have you ever visited any beach in Lagos? Secondly: What was your experience like and will you be visiting again? Your answer to these questions can be submitted in the comment section. In this SUPER…

Movie Review: Hotel Mumbai

It’s Movie Night! If you have been following this blog for a while, you already know I love India and utterly enjoyed my time in Delhi, and so, after watching the trailer, I had to see this movie. Here’s the synopsis: “Terror strikes in the heart of Mumbai, India, as members of Lashkar-e-Taiba storm the…

20 Tips for Renewing Your Nigerian Passport in United Kingdom

Following my previous post on how to renew your Nigerian Passport in Nigeria. This post is a guide on how to renew your passport in the United Kingdom (UK). Go to the Nigerian High Commission website and read ALL the instructions carefully. Then to the Nigerian Immigration Immigration Portal, fill out the form and follow…

Asaba Massacre Victims – 7th October 1967

Sequel to my previous post on the Asaba Massacre Memorial Day, below are a list of some 374 people, less than half the number of civilians murdered on the 7th of October, 1967. 

Asaba Massacre Memorial Day 2017 Itinerary

Exactly 50 years ago today, Saturday, the 7th of October, over a thousand civilians in Asaba, mostly men, were murdered by soldiers of the Nigerian Army. Though on hearing that the war was approaching the town, many indigenes had fled across the Niger, a good number remained because the town was not part of Biafra, not even on the Biafran map. They were Nigerians, many of whom were professionals and civil servants working in Benin before the war.

Food: Poached Eggs and How to Make Yours

For most of us in Nigeria, we prefer our eggs hard-boiled, fried or stewed, and like our meat, we like them very well done. However, despite being semi-cooked, they are easy to make, healthful and low in calories, and with a little salt and black pepper, a delicious addition to your breakfast or salad.

Review: Uber Nigeria Yay or Nay?

I landed in Lagos, tried to get an Uber taxi to pick me up. Turns out the driver that took the call was too far away and I had to cancel, costing me N1000. I mean, “somebody cannot make mistake with your service?”