Purple Bistro Lagos: Review

Originally posted on Adeyiinka's Blog:
Purple Bistro opened in a social media frenzy. Twitter buzzed with pictures and videos of the new restaurant and it immediately stirred up excitement in me. https://twitter.com/purplebistrolag/status/1107918700202655744?s=21 The restaurant opened in Unilag and it just so happened, a day after it’s opening I was in school getting some things sorted so naturally  I decided to have some food. ?… Continue reading Purple Bistro Lagos: Review

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 of a Mexican-American girl. Seventeen-year-old Xochi is alone in San… Continue reading ARC Review || All of Us with Wings by Michelle Ruiz Keil

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’ announced the launch of the restaurant, I immediately added it… Continue reading Boozy Breakfast | Abuja

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 COLLABORATIVE writeup, my beautiful friend, Favour shares her Lagos itinerary.… Continue reading 7 MOST AMAZING THINGS TO TRY AT ONIRU PRIVATE BEACH

Hotel Mumbai Movie

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 Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in a series of coordinated attacks … Continue reading Movie Review: Hotel Mumbai

The Silent Patient- Book Review

Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Guys, Alicia Berenson is a famous artist, happily married and living her best life with her husband in their London home. Then one night, a neighbour calls the police after hearing gunshots ring out from Alicia’s house. Alicia is discovered with bloody hands and a gun. Her husband is tied up and has been shot five times in the face. Continue reading Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Sticks & Love – Silent Film Review & Takeaway

It’s Friday and you know it’s movie night! It’s been a long week, and so we are watching a Nigerian short film written, directed and edited by filmmaker Emeka Chukwuleta. Sticks and love is a 7-minute film which has sparked conversations since its release on Father’s Day. If you haven’t seen it yet, I’m here for you. Continue reading Sticks & Love – Silent Film Review & Takeaway

Reading Living: 10 Reasons Why You Should NOT Live in University Accommodation

Following my previous post with 10 reasons why you should live on Campus, this post balances that perspective with why living on Campus might not be the best idea. As with everything in life, there are pros and cons to choosing a living space and that’s why this post takes a detailed look at the negative aspects of living on the University campus. Shall we? Continue reading Reading Living: 10 Reasons Why You Should NOT Live in University Accommodation

When They See Us- Movie Review

Movie Review: When They See Us (Netflix)- The Central Park Five

One night in April 1989, a young white woman who had been jogging was bludgeoned, raped and left for dead in Central Park, New York, United States. The evidence suggested that the crime had been committed by one man, but Linda Fairstein, head of the sex crimes unit of the Manhattan District Attorney’s office ignored credible leads and insisted that, even though the timeline and evidence did not match, it had to be 5 of the 30 black teens that had been in the park later that night.
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