I used to think Tourism was something you talked wistfully and dreamed about but you never actually do because you just can’t be bothered with the hassle of actually planning a trip, saving up for it and actually packing your bags and going. Even when you really want to go, Nigeria’s economy and exchange rate is right there to laugh in your face and say No.
Not until i met IRINAJO. I was skeptic at first, because they offered something unique: Road Trips around Nigeria, with loads of fun on a reasonable budget. The Nigerian in me was full of doubts. I worried about how a small start-up will be able to cater for a diverse group of people on a road trip, while making sure that they are safe, catered for and are happy.
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Hi! So i have been waiting to use that line for a while now, and i thought this season will be a great opportunity. **laughs*
Seriously though, i have to apologize for not really posting as often as you probably expect. If you are following me on twitter or Instagram, you would have noticed i have been doing quite a bit of travelling. (Another reason why you should connect with me on social media right!? *laughs**)
It’s been quite an experience i tell you. It’s been my dream to visit Africa’s major cities and i’m not there yet, but you bet i’m seriously working on it. Africa is a beautiful continent with beautiful people and we hardly get to notice and appreciate how blessed we are.
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