To define Lagos would be to define nothing, just the surreal dream of flexibility. To write about Lagos is to write about nothing in particular. Not the people, because the people are in flight…

For anyone who has witnessed it, ikeji is an awesome carnival filled with pulsating rhythms, and colourful performances. No other festival provides the same array of masquerades, enchanted participants and excited spectators…

Lagos has fallen to the iron-grip of men of the underworld. Hardly a day passes without them striking at different locations, heavily armed, visiting banks and other money-spinning corporate concerns…

What has evolved to become a main stay, a household name, and a popular town in Nigeria, is not without its roots…

“We are just living in a jungle” Bayo said as we drove through the stadium flyover underpass on our way to Adeniran Ogunsanya Street in the Surulere area. He has been driving taxis in Lagos for about 18 years and according to him has seen it all…

During the first week of summer when hotel accommodations were a tad more affordable, we loaded the Minivan and headed South to the sunshine state to revisit some of our old stomping grounds. Tampa! Fort Myers! Naples! Fort Lauderdale! Miami! Orlando! Ready or not, here we come!

During the first week of summer when hotel accommodations were a tad more affordable, we loaded the Minivan and headed South to the sunshine state to revisit some of our old stomping grounds. Tampa! Fort Myers! Naples! Fort Lauderdale! Miami! Orlando! Ready or not, here we come!