Remember these awesome hosts that I’ve referenced to before? Well we’re at their place now and these people have more than outdone themselves making us comfortable, from picking up three of us and our ten pieces of luggage (don’t judge us o; three were hand luggage!) to driving us to Victoria Island so I could meet the completely awesome Seye Kuyinu, to letting me use their laptop.
Speaking of meeting bloggers, while I was waiting at the Silverbird Galleria for Seye, I tweeted that I was there and asked who wanted to meet me and the lovely Miss Balance replied that she was so I got to meet her and her friend! The girl is lovely (and so fine!).
I really hope to meet many more people while I’m here but logistically that may not be possible. I’m hopeful though.
To all of you who wished us safe travels, I’m happy to report your prayers were answered. We would appreciate continued prayers as we navigate our country. I won’t lie: arriving in Lagos at night is not my cup of tea. If that’s the only time I can land in Nigeria, I don’t want to do it again.
(PS The title refers to the lack of internet access more than anything!)
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