Tarkwa Bay Beach: An island of freedom and peace

Takwa Bay Beach Lagos / Located on an island near Lagos harbour, Tarkwa Bay is a sheltered beach that welcomes visitors to her bosom of peace. As crazy as Lagos can be, there are some places in it that offer a different kind of freedom that can hardly be found, Tarkwa Bay is one them. … Continue reading Tarkwa Bay Beach: An island of freedom and peace

Best souvenirs to buy from Nigeria and where to buy them

Best souvenirs to buy from Nigeria and where to buy them/ When visiting Nigeria or travelling, there are some things people expect you to have in hand. Nigeria is a market with unique products that are appreciated all over the world. When visiting, here are the best souvenirs to buy from Nigeria and where to … Continue reading Best souvenirs to buy from Nigeria and where to buy them

#REPOST :Brighton – a travel guide [Photos]

Brighton Palace Pier Brighton – a travel guide British Airways i360 Along Brighton Palace Pier/ Brighton Beach/ Shoreham Harbour/ Brighton – What to see and do British Airways i360 Start by visiting the i360 viewing tower, opened in 2016 on the site of the old West Pier.  Over 25 minutes the large glass capsule rises … Continue reading #REPOST :Brighton – a travel guide [Photos]

[TravelBlog] 10 top things to see and do in Cross River state. [Photos]

From waterfalls to beautiful resorts, there is so much to be engaging in when you're not seeing the carnival in Calabar. Cross River is one of the few states in Nigeria that are tourism-conscious. When visiting Cross River, there are many things to look forward to doing and seeing. Here are a few. 1. Agbokim … Continue reading [TravelBlog] 10 top things to see and do in Cross River state. [Photos]

Helsinki – A guide to the perfect weekend break [Tour Guide]

Helsinki Visiting Helsinki, Finland’s beautiful capital city is a delight at any time of year.  Located on the shores of the Gulf of Finland, the Helsinki archipelago consists of over 300 picturesque islands and wherever you are in the city, it is never far from the sea. Helsinki Airport Rail Station Getting there: Helsinki International Airport … Continue reading Helsinki – A guide to the perfect weekend break [Tour Guide]

A walk from Bournemouth to Westbourne [Travel Blog]

Continuing my series of walks in and around Bournemouth, we recently took a 3.5 mile looped walk along the promenade, through Alum Chine to Westbourne and then returning through the Central and Lower Gardens.  The scenery is varied and there are some lovely cafes along the way to stop off for a bite to eat … Continue reading A walk from Bournemouth to Westbourne [Travel Blog]

Reno Omokri offers $50,000 to anyone who can provide photo of him at the Aso Villa event where Natasha Akpoti claimed he made a pass at her

Reno Omokri has responded after Natasha Akpoti poked holes at his claim that he wasn't in Nigeria during the time she said he made advances at her. Reno released more screenshots of his international passport as evidence he wasn't in the country and said he didn't release them initially because he wanted Natasha to fall … Continue reading Reno Omokri offers $50,000 to anyone who can provide photo of him at the Aso Villa event where Natasha Akpoti claimed he made a pass at her

A walk around Christchurch, DorsetON OCTOBER 12, 2021 BY LITTLE MISS TRAVELLERThe picturesque riverside town of Christchurch lies a short distance from its larger neighbour Bournemouth on the south coast of England in beautiful Dorset. The town is easily accessible as it is on the main rail line between London Waterloo and Weymouth and is well connected to nearby larger towns by regular bus services.Christchurch, DorsetThe attractive centre of ChristchurchIt was a bright, sunny day in early September and we began our visit with a walk along the pleasant high street which has the usual mix of well known brands and local independents. A market takes place each Monday when the traffic is diverted to nearby streets. It wasn’t market day when we visited but I gather there are around 50 stalls each week selling fresh produce, clothes, household items and plants and it brings many people into the town.Christchurch Town HallChristchurch Town HallPart way along the high street stands the town hall overlooking Saxon Square. The original building was constructed in 1746 in the Market Square but due to the rapid expansion of the town it was re-built on its present site just over a hundred years later. The handsome building has a central domed cupola and weather vane forming an architectural feature typical of the period. Saxon Square is an open-air shopping centre with numerous cafes spilling out onto the pedestrianised square.Christchurch PrioryChristchurch PrioryChurch Street leads on from the end of the high street until it meets the gates of Christchurch Priory. There has been a church on the site for over 1300 years from the first Saxon building to the building we see today.The Nave, Christchurch PrioryThe Nave, Christchurch PrioryThe priory is officially the longest parish church in the country and is in fact larger than 21 English Anglican cathedrals at 311ft 4 inches. Admittance is free to view its lengthy nave, beautiful stained glass windows and elaborately carved choir stalls.Christchurch Priory Tearoom Gardens

A walk around Christchurch, Dorset ON OCTOBER 12, 2021 BY LITTLE MISS TRAVELLER The picturesque riverside town of Christchurch lies a short distance from its larger neighbour Bournemouth on the south coast of England in beautiful Dorset.  The town is easily accessible as it is on the main rail line between London Waterloo and Weymouth and is well … Continue reading A walk around Christchurch, DorsetON OCTOBER 12, 2021 BY LITTLE MISS TRAVELLERThe picturesque riverside town of Christchurch lies a short distance from its larger neighbour Bournemouth on the south coast of England in beautiful Dorset. The town is easily accessible as it is on the main rail line between London Waterloo and Weymouth and is well connected to nearby larger towns by regular bus services.Christchurch, DorsetThe attractive centre of ChristchurchIt was a bright, sunny day in early September and we began our visit with a walk along the pleasant high street which has the usual mix of well known brands and local independents. A market takes place each Monday when the traffic is diverted to nearby streets. It wasn’t market day when we visited but I gather there are around 50 stalls each week selling fresh produce, clothes, household items and plants and it brings many people into the town.Christchurch Town HallChristchurch Town HallPart way along the high street stands the town hall overlooking Saxon Square. The original building was constructed in 1746 in the Market Square but due to the rapid expansion of the town it was re-built on its present site just over a hundred years later. The handsome building has a central domed cupola and weather vane forming an architectural feature typical of the period. Saxon Square is an open-air shopping centre with numerous cafes spilling out onto the pedestrianised square.Christchurch PrioryChristchurch PrioryChurch Street leads on from the end of the high street until it meets the gates of Christchurch Priory. There has been a church on the site for over 1300 years from the first Saxon building to the building we see today.The Nave, Christchurch PrioryThe Nave, Christchurch PrioryThe priory is officially the longest parish church in the country and is in fact larger than 21 English Anglican cathedrals at 311ft 4 inches. Admittance is free to view its lengthy nave, beautiful stained glass windows and elaborately carved choir stalls.Christchurch Priory Tearoom Gardens