Nike Art Gallery, the slightly overvisited, but enjoyable attraction that I personally don’t think I can get over. It is such a beautiful space and I totally understand everyone who has raved about it. Continue reading “Playing Tourist: My Visit to the Nike Art Gallery, Lekki”
It’s that time again! The Bourgie crew is hitting the road again!
For some time now, I have fallen into that 9-to-5 pace (I talked about that here) and not doing much outside of work but that is about to change!
At some point in the year, I put up the Bourgie Tour Calendar but I had to restructure it for a number of reasons: recentering myself was number 1. Continue reading “It’s Road Trip Time! The Bourgie Crew is going to Idanre Hills”
Happy half year guys!
It’s been a long half year filled so many blessings and experiences and in light of that, I want to say a huge thank to everyone who keeps checking on me, wondering why I haven’t been writing here as much as I used to. Continue reading “Half-Year Round up: Nigerian Travel Blogs/Pages I Binge on”
“I’m proud of the woman you’re becoming”
“I wish I could do what you do”
These are the some of the comment I hear from time to time, especially since I decided to do something about my love for traveling and just start something.
I thought my first post of the year would be about my resolutions, my beautiful journals (inspired by Asakemi) or how my January was (I was fasting, thanks for asking). Who would have thought I would be waiting until February 22nd, 2018 to publish my first post of the year! Continue reading “#ImBourgie… My Joy is Full”
So I’m back with another tour and this one is by popular demand o! Okay so, it’s that time of the year and everyone wants to catch up with their friends and family and enjoy the good things of the yuletide season. Me I’m suggesting that you spend it on a time out away from all the hustle and bustle of the city, Lasgidi to be precise. Continue reading “Explore Abeokuta on a Bourgie Boxing Day Trip | December 26th”
A drama telling a day in the life of a young fisherman who happens to make the biggest catch he has ever made in life with the help of his daughter. Continue reading “From Dawn till Dusk (A Radio Drama)”