- "My Beginnings Were Dark"==Some people that began a journey do so with a carefully charted map and a well-defined plan. Mine did not begin that way. My journey to preach the gospel to every corner of Africa began from "under a rock". It Posted by tpledger in "From Under a Rock, I Saw Africa" | Apr 13, 2016
- Bring Back Our Girls! Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Apr 16, 2014
I hope I did not miss somebody in this collage! [/center]
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- Wow, it's been a while.Saturday, Feb. 18th:
This one will be short and sweet!
In October, Emily and I visited our good friend Lindsey up in Lagos, Nigeria. The three of us all started teaching at ISK together, and sadly, Linz left us this year to Posted by BlakeSims in Kenya Dig It. | Feb 18, 2012
- In the middle of nowhere in NigeriaAfter six months of temping and a failed relationship, I really needed to do something different. A week in Thailand sounded fun but I was really after a destination that not everyone had been to. The type of place that Posted by krushtie in Travel Junkie | Nov 22, 2011
- Lagos – Center of the Jesus Fan ClubThe greatest cause for traffic jams in Lagos, is the Sunday flood of people to the Christian Church of God. The church, with over 4000 parishes, is the biggest church in Nigeria. And its Redemption Camp on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Posted by Kristi D in African Dreams | Sep 7, 2010
- Kano to Zinder – How Many Bribes Can You Pay in Seven Hours?Theoretically, the road from Kano in Nigeria to Zinder in Niger should take about three and a half hours. It's not that far (200 km), and the roads are actually quite good. But when travelling in an overloaded bush taxi, Posted by Kristi D in African Dreams | Sep 7, 2010
- Lagos – Fela Kuti's Heritage Lives OnElvis may be the King of Rock, Michael Jackson the King of Pop and Bob Marley the face of Reggae. But few people have influenced contemporary music like Fela Kuti, the founder of Afrobeat.
In the seventies, international megastars like Paul Posted by Kristi D in African Dreams | Sep 7, 2010
- Lagos – The Incredible Generosity of Nigerians Mention Nigeria to anyone, and they will think of scammers . Most people have received a letter or an email from a widow of an ex-president of some X-nation, asking them to provide a bank account number so that they Posted by Kristi D in African Dreams | Sep 7, 2010
- Lagos – Staying Safe in the ABC Bus StationIt's engraved in my DNA to have no fear. Or if I'm feeling skittish, to face the fear and overcome it. So however many stories I had heard of Lagos being dangerous, I just didn't believe it could be so Posted by Kristi D in African Dreams | Sep 7, 2010
- Personas Non-Gratas in NigeriaYes. Incredible as it may seem, the Nigerians have decided that we are not welcome in their country.
When calling the Nigerian embassy in South Africa two months earlier, they assured us that we can apply for a Nigerian visa here.
"You Posted by Kristi D in African Dreams | Jul 1, 2010
- Don't call me white The country of Nigeria can be summed up in one word as welcoming. As we entered the Chikanda border post, our journey into the second English speaking country of the trip became Posted by binderblog in [Into and] Out of Africa | Nov 2, 2009
- miss[b]trip to dublin Posted by ayisat in ayisat | Oct 14, 2008
- Safety at Nigeria & CameroonI've got a job opportunity with an automobile company.. though the location is not decided, but i'm told it'll either be Cameroon or at Nigeria(area not known). Wanted to seek some advice on whether it is safe for a foreigner Posted by gauri in Safety at Nigeria & Cameroon | May 29, 2008