Entries by Lola E

Wall of Love (Le mur des je t’aime) – Paris

Just when you thought Paris couldn’t get any more romantic! In the Abbesses garden at Montmartre is a 40 square metres wall where the phrase “I love you” is presented 311 times in 250 languages! This wall of love was conceived by Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito, composed of 612 tiles of enamelled lava and built in the year […]

The Suya at Glover Court – Lagos

Suya is one of the most popular street foods in Lagos. Beef Suya could be likened to a spicy shish kebab but it is the suya spice, a complex mixture of different spices and additives that makes all the difference!  Suya could be beef, ram, chicken, turkey or innards such as kidney, liver and tripe. […]

THE RUNWAY – Meet Baby Nathan the Pro traveller & his parents!

Today on The Runway we catch up with couple Peter and Hannah on their trip highlights including Thailand and experiences travelling with their baby Nathan. Enjoy and be Inspired! Meet the family We are a couple that have been married for over 5 years (6 years in October this year). Hannah is from Zambia and Peter from Nigeria – which makes […]

Jabi Lake Park – Abuja’s Exercise Hub

The Jabi lake park in Abuja is a scenic park located about 10 minutes away from the city centre by car. It is beside the Jabi lake which is a natural lake in the Jabi district of Abuja. It is a place where residents convene as early as 5am in the morning to exercise. I visited the […]

THE RUNWAY: Covey in South Africa

Today’s Runway features Covey, volunteering in South Africa, talking about her travel life, as well as sharing lessons learnt. Meet Covey I am Covenant but all my friends call me Covey. I am in my early 20’s and at the moment I am living in England, but not for long. I think the world was intricately created […]

Salamander Cafe – A Good Spot To Chill in Abuja

On a quiet street in Abuja lies a colourful, stylish and quirky café with great atmosphere called Salamander Café. I was looking for a good spot to work with Wi-Fi and the Salamander Café was recommended. The atmosphere allows for creativity with books all around and soft music filling the air. In a way, it […]

An African Safari Experience In Kenya – Photo Story

There is something about experiencing wildlife in their natural habitat, there really is. If you haven’t already added a Safari to your bucket list, it is definitely worth thinking about, whether you are an animal enthusiast or not. You might wonder if its similar to visiting a Zoo, but I can confidently tell you that an African […]