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March 2017
Statistics has proved over time that, travelling is one of the panaceas that have helped to keep couples together. In other word, couples that travel together stay together. Apart from staying together, there are other things travel brings to a relationship. Travelling adds a romantic flavour to a relationship.
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The rate at which passengers’ lose their luggage is alarming. One cannot pinpoint exactly when his/her stuff will go missing. It’s either you misplace it or baggage handlers steal it. There have been some cases where passengers steal from fellow passengers. Before you leave your house to the airport, you need to ask yourself one...
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Travel is synonymous to expenses. When people talk about travelling, the only thing that comes to mind is expenses. Travelling does not always mean you have to spend. There are ways on how to travel at a discounted rate and also earn as you travel. There was a time I asked a friend of mine...
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Sometimes, we find ourselves in a situation where we cannot afford to travel abroad for vacation. Well, you are not alone. Nowadays, many people prefer to spend their vacation in their hometown rather than travelling to the expensive cities around the world. You will get to love and appreciate your hometown when you learn how...
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Going on a vacation is one of the hardest things Nigeria University students do. Many will complain of time while others will be complaining about money. Since most students don’t have money, how do you expect them to travel? Every Nigeria university student believes travelling is expensive and they cannot afford the bills as a...
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After my CDS (community development service) meeting on Friday, I was like what am I going home to do? As I was still contemplating on whether to go home or not, a visit to the arts and crafts village would be nice dropped on my mind. That’s how my Journey To The ARTS AND CRAFTS...
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It’s no longer news that the Abuja international airport is closed for six weeks for maintenance. The only alternative airport recommended by the federal government is Kaduna international airport, Kaduna State. Many travellers are stranded; they don’t know what to do. The few that accepted to use the Kaduna airport have lots of questions to...
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On Tuesday, the Nigeria government closed the only international airport serving the nation’s capital, for maintenance and repairs. Because of this closure, all travellers are redirected to Kaduna international airport until when the maintenance is over. There are lots of things that you need to be considered if you are using Kaduna airport for the...
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Many people call me loner because; most a times I am always alone. I think the first time I travelled solo was when I was 15 years old to port-Harcourt, Nigeria. Then I was young and fearless Lolz. Now, that I am older, I have been travelling solo. I enjoy almost all the trips I...
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Airfares are usually expensive. It doesn’t matter if you are on a business or pleasure trip. Booking flight requires the application of wisdom. It is not something you wake up and start doing just because you have the money and a good internet connection. I can agree with you that mistake is inevitable but there...
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Everyone wants to save especially now that some countries like Nigeria are in economic recession. So, everyone is looking for a means to reduce the huge hotel bill. Though, finding a good hotel with the best rate can be as stressful as anything you can think of. Nowadays, you don’t need to travel to your...
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How I spent N6,000 On A Three-day Vacation To Calabar
So, last time I posted a report on my trip to Calabar. Today, I will be revealing to you how I spent 6,000 on a three-day vacation to Calabar. Yea! That’s true. I actually spent just N6,000 (Six Thousand naira) to tour round Calabar, Cross Rivers State. I started from the Calabar museum (old residence)...
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Report On My Field Trip To Calabar, Cross Rivers State
As part of our curriculum, it is mandatory for all the students in my department (Tourism) to embark on a field trip to any destination of our choice. As final year students, we decided to give ourselves a lifetime memory. We all wanted to experience something different, so we need a destination within Nigeria that...
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