My mini lagos experience
I did promise to share my experience in this Last post and I never break a promise (well most times lol).
Compared to Benin, Lagos is one crowded busy place, the conductors aren’t nice at all, did I just say aren’t nice at all? The bus conductors are the rudest people ever …no chill at all.
Don’t get me started bout the body odour in the buses at all . I almost died lol
I now understand why whenever I ask my friend to go pick a package up for me she always complains bout the distance. I never understood it (Sorry Naome).
Transportation in Lagos isn’t easy at all bruh I tell you, moving around involved entering different buses, a lot of walking and crossing the express sef (was legit scared the first time) and that’s not cheap.
Lagos is a beautiful place. I was really amazed by the architecture, buildings had stories to them and I loved it. Was too busy feeding my eyes didn’t take much pictures, didn’t want to miss one thing. There was art everywhere and I felt at peace.
A lot of cool places to explore there so you wouldn’t get bored but then your wallet better be full.
Although living in that kind of bustling city would definitely bring about stress, it’s a city that never sleeps so you should be ready to stay woke lol (no not a typo).
Definitely can’t wait to plan another trip there cos all in all I enjoyed it. I had the best host ever (hi Tonye) and her mum is just amazing.
Few pictures I had the chance to take,
|Apparently this is the famous church everyone takes a picture of , so trust me to take one (Thanks Tonye)|
|Famous yellow buses in Lagos, don’t be deceived by the pictures lol they aren’t this fine. In Benin Buses are red and yellow.|
|The side view of the church|
|Took this at Euphoria maryland mall, the decor there is so cool, you should definitely check it out.|
My “waka waka ” took me to Yaba, Festac, Victoria Island, Maryland, Lekki ( Drive with Deeshe’s way cooler in person. ) and a few other places I can’t remember *covers face*