My experience at Idumota market, Lagos

I decided I was going to explore Idumota market and find way to the market using the public transport system. It is remarkable how eager people are to give directions at every bus stop. I realised I was not the only stranger as I heard others asking for directions at the bus stop and in the bus. On getting to the market, The road was coloured with yellow buses creating a backlog of traffic. I…

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Food markets in Lagos, Nigeria; Mile 12, Oyingbo, Balogun, Makoko, Epe..

Every local government area in Lagos has a market. There are three categories of market; Large, Medium and small.  Small markets are further categorised to Night or Mixed market. The night market only opens in the evening and sells to 10pm at night. The mixed market occupants operate anytime of the day not exceeding 10pm. The cheapest and best market to buy agricultural products from are the Large markets. Below is a list of notable…

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Sushiholic

Sushiholic

Japanese Restaurant In Lekki,Lagos. Specialty: Sushi Fast Delivery Delivery Lines: 0906 000 2296 / 0908 333 3833 Address: 28 Admiralty Way (Ground Floor), Facing Debonairs Pizza, In between Zenith Bank and Fidelity Bank, Lekki Phase 1 #sushiholiclagos 🇳🇬 #sushi #lagos #nigeria #nigerianfood #lekki #Japanesefood Menu Explore more!

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Things to do in Lagos: Lagos City Guide by ekocityguide

Lagos travel guide on the best things to do in Lagos, ekocityguide reviews restaurants, attractions, nightlife, clubs, bars, hotels, events and shopping in Lagos. This page would be reviewed frequently so please always endeavor to stop by and check for updates. Attractions Top 11 attractions in Lagos are as follows; Surfing: Lagos has one of the best shorelines to surf as said by Alan Van Gysen.  Takwa Bay is your best place to surf with…

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Sungbo Eredo

Sungbo Eredo

Sungbo eredo is a lost ancient Yoruba city known for its long and deep defensive wall. The place spans from Epe in Lagos to Ogun state. I would say the fortress was constructed to defend Queen Sungbo’s kingdom and her treasures. The ruins lie deep in the forest and would need rigorous hiking. This is the number 1 uncharted site for tourists in Lagos. Archaeologists are welcome to explore!

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Is it safe to travel to Lagos, Nigeria?

Is it safe to travel to Lagos, Nigeria?

Do you have plans of visiting Lagos soon? Relax and read the article. Lagos is like any populated city in the world (London, New York ,Paris, or Mumbai  with a twist). I would say not as developed as the names I mentioned before but good enough to live a good life. As with any populated city there are areas for the super rich, rich, middle class and the poor. Some areas can contain both middle…

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7squareLagos

7squareLagos

We promise to always deliver great services Are you looking for a great spot to spend your evening? Have great meals? meet up with friends? Watch soccer? Vibe to good music? Well say no more, rush down to 7square and enjoy our great service. We are located at No: 7 Musa Yar’Adua, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria Explore more!

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