When are you leaving?
Very soon. Please pray for a safe journey. :)
How long will you be away?
For four weeks.
Will you be blogging while you’re away?
Probably not, although there may be some entries that show up for your reading pleasure.
What did you end up getting for your family members after all?
A little bit of everything, from handbags to beauty products to (very few) clothing items.
You’re going to have a blast in Lagos.
I won’t be spending any time there.
You won’t? Why not?
Because we don’t have any family there.
You can stay at a hotel.
No, my mom doesn’t feel comfortable with that idea.
Mom ke? Wetin consign (lol consine?) her?
I’m going with my mom. And my sister.
Oh, well you should really try and find some time to spend in Lagos.
I know! Maybe next time, especially if this trip goes smoothly.
How about Abuja? Will you get there?
No, though I hear it’s another place I shouldn’t miss. Hopefully I will visit Nigeria again soon, and during that visit have more time and freedom to travel around.
Hmm, so no Abuja, no Lagos, where will you be going then?
– – – – State.
Oh man, I don’t even know if they have internet cafÃ©s there.
*Laughing* I hope they do, and if not it’ll be a good test to see what I do with myself when I can’t use the internet.
Will you meet any bloggers?
I was hoping to, but it may be a logistical impossibility.
Will you see any elephants in Nigeria?
I highly doubt it, unless I find my way to a zoo.
A zoo? You have zoos in Nigeria? I thought the animals would just be wandering around…
You’d have to go verrry far from where I will be to see animals in the wild. I’ll have to settle for goats, chickens and maybe a dog or two.
Are you excited?
Any other questions?
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