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Sometimes it's nice to follow - Budapest

Wandering around on your own in a new city is all well and good, but sometimes it takes a knowing guide to give you an intimate feel for the city.   517 more words


Wine Wasting

Let me make it quite clear. I’m no wine connoisseur, but as I’ve grown older I’ve developed a taste for good wine; a real liking for this nectar of the gods. 395 more words



Badagry town is situated on the western tip of Lagos, the former Nigerian capital, and is famous because of its slavery heritage. Tourists, Nigerians and foreign visitors alike, troop there to explore not just the relics of the horrendous trans-Atlantic slave trade that spanned at least three centuries and the museums established to preserve its memory, but also the heartwarming legacies of European missionaries (Christianity, Architecture and Schools, to mention but a few) as well as the surviving indigenous culture and religion. 570 more words

Travel In Nigeria

North River Lobster Company

So I think you’ve heard me mention this place a couple of times, ALL of which have been horribly rained out or thunderstormed out (The Farmer’s Almanac has been tragically correct). 523 more words

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A weekend in Helsinki, pt. 1 - Churches, markets, boats, and fish

Hey guys! We’ve just “survived” a massive thunderstorm last night here in Copenhagen, but I was actually really glad – it had been a long time coming! 916 more words


St Petersburg

The tour of Russia finished in St Petersburg and I had a few days here to explore the city. The hotel was well located  just around the corner from the main shopping strip of Nevsky Prospekt. 183 more words

Live like an Austinite

Like many other UT students, I am set on living in Austin after I graduate, and for a number of reasons.

Four Reasons Austin is the greatest city ever, according to Julia: 380 more words