For the first 11 years of my life I shared a bed with Iya Ropo. Every single day. At least that is what my parents tell me about the times I was too young to form memories.

Christmas for Omawumi was a time to sleep. Sleep and nothing more. A long time ago she had stopped expecting […]

There is something about the woman that reminds him of things forgotten. This is how he knows he is supposed […]

Like everything else about her, Kiitan’s hair was difficult. All her life, only one hair dresser had not complained. Aunty Toyin, […]

I have caught the travel bug. Sigh. I cannot complain though. To have the opportunity to travel to places I […]

What if all the characters in my stories existed? What if their stories were true? John Irving says ‘My life […]

Everyday People

  Once upon a time Maimuna would have done anything Baba wanted without batting an eyelid. Once upon a time, […]

This is the last one in the Cuba series. I wasn’t going to share but I decided what the heck […]

This note should have come with the first post so sorry guys but here goes anyway. I am finally getting around to sharing my experience in Cuba. I wrote most of these on the trip so you will find some weird tenses here and there. Forgive me. Over the past few days, I have been sharing what were my diary entries, collated into concise blog posts. I know most of my audience are Nigerians so i would like to encourage you guys to go to Cuba. You will be mindblown. You will feel right at home. It is also visa hassle free. I had no visa, just my Nigerian passport. It is also cheap right now. Because there are still so many restrictions.  So DO IT! PS: I am making a bucket list of places to go in the next 5 years. What is on your bucket list? Tell me in the comments.

If you asked me my theme song for Cuba, It would be Aerosmith’s I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing. Every […]