Posts by: Ayotunde Adeloye

Suya is one of the most popular street foods in Nigeria. This spicy treat is made from beef or chicken and literally rules naija streets at night from its throne of wire mesh and burning coals. So, here’s our list of the top 5 suya spots around Lagos!   University of Suya, Ikeja 62 Allen Ave, Allen, Ikeja You simply...

I’m back guys! I’m going to take you on my awesome Nairobi-Kenya adventure. Are you pumped? Nairobi, Kenya Day 5 – Nairobi Turn Up and Nature Time! We waved goodbye to Swahili Beach Resort in Diani and headed to the airport. At the airport, the check-in process was quick and easy and before I knew it, I was on a 1-hour...

Nigeria’s 57th Independence Day holiday is here. It’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a nice weekend getaway. So, if you live in Lagos, here are 5 places you can visit for less than  ₦5,700 this independence day holiday.   Lagos to Port-Harcourt One way from ₦4,550 This independence day holiday,...

Going out for a few drinks with friends is a lot of fun. The ambience, the chatter and taking a break from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine. However, you can have just as much fun, mixing these 5 popular cocktail recipes from the comfort of your own home. The best part, it’s way cheaper than going...

Everyone thinks they have a Best Foods List somewhere in the back of their head, but not everyone can draw up a truly global best foods list. Funny, because it rarely goes unsaid how good food feels from the inside.  Sometimes, there’s no better way to feel good on the inside than to put some good stuff on the inside....

Catfish pepper soup is a spicy fish dish that ranks high among the most exotic delicacies in Nigeria. It is often found and enjoyed in many local bars as well as posh restaurants across the country. Its colloquial name “point-and-kill” always rings a bell in the ears of many Nigerians, and for the most figurative of...

So much really goes into Waakye recipe that makes it an instant hit among other Ghanaian dishes. This is however not to undermine the impressive array of local dishes that greet the eyes and whet your appetite in the beautiful Ghanaian cities. Waakye (pronounced Waachay) recipe consists of rice and beans. Attention,...