Wishing you all a wonderful and merry Christmas!
I'm currently in transit. A different sort if Christmas for me...
What's your ideal Christmas?
An alternative to Arik and Aero.
Just saw their planes now as I'm about to travel to meet the barrister for Christmas. They seem reasonable. If you give them a try, holler back with feedback.
To all my readers, have a merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, happy kwanzaa and more! Safe journeys and travels to you all.
Sending you all love.
This market is more of a ultimate bush bar, Fulani market, and market rolled into one. It's just past Masaka in Nasarawa state Nigeria. You can eat bush meat, such as: grass cutter, alligator, antelope, and more, they sell fish and chicken, yam chips, and palm wine...
You are invited for an evening of Art, Music and Culture at Salamander Cafe on the of 30th November. The event will include Art by Laolu Senbanjo.
Laolu is a human rights lawyer, an artist and a musician. His style of art is called, 'Afromysterics' which simply means, 'the mystery of the African thought pattern.'
There will also be Art for sale along with locally made crafts by a cooperative of women.
What: An evening of Art, Music and Culture, featuring Laolu Senbanjo When: Friday November 30, 2012 Time: 6 pm Where: Salamander cafe, 5 Bujumbura street, Wuse 2
Last night, even though I wasn't feeling well we went to a very terrible concert. Keri Hilson was performing here in Abuja. A friend gave us free tickets, so we went. The only redeeming part was when Omawumi performed. She was fantastic. She performed four great songs and dazzled us all.
But the best part was at the end of the night when we went home and finally saw a gas station with gas and no line. This was truly a gift from God because we've been struggling with this for Weeks but it was just a mere accident and happenstance. So let's hope the gas lasts until the next free station... This gas crisis is becoming more stressful for us daily. Things need to change in Nigeria.
Some folks were asking for the address.
5 Bujumbura street, wuse 2, Abuja FCT
Close to mama Cass and the old Dstv office
Turn right of aminu kano crescent, into Libreville, just before mama Cass, it's opposite first bank, on the corner of Bujumbura and Libreville. Look for the yellow fence and mosaics.
Salamander cafe will always be my favourite hang out spot and place to write in Abuja.
Recently they have had many changes, improvements and are doing some renovations.
I'm not sure what has influenced the changes but a big thumbs up to Sal and her people. Well done!