The dream of every Nigerian is to relocate to another country, if not permanently, at least for a few years to “breathe fresh air“. If you ask the average Nigerian … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Cape Verde is a Top Relocation Option for Nigerians
Since I’ve been in Cape Verde, i’ve noticed grafitti all around the island of Santiago, here’s a few I was lucky enough to find. I guess the more I know the island, the more graffitis
I get to discover, how exciting!
I wonder if there’s hidden messages in the Grafitti across the island!
The Ethnographic museum of Praia in Santiago island of Cape Verde, was opened in 1997 to accommodate ethnographic objects collected by then National Institute of Culture (NAC) during the years … Continue reading Places to Visit in Cape Verde: Museu Etnográfico Da Praia (Photos)
Since I moved to Cape Verde a few months ago, I absolutely love it here and i’m grateful that things didn’t work out for me in Barbados. Here in Cape Verde, the food is amazing, i’m learning the local language and my Kriolu is getting better everyday. Whoop! Whoop!
Cape Verde or Cabo Verde is an African island country in the Atlantic ocean and it’s made up of 10 islands, 9 of which are currently inhabited. the islands are … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Know About Cape Verde
I’m a firm believer that as a Nigerian, once you visit Cape Verde you wouldn’t want to leave. So if you’re reading this, I was definitely right. After your one … Continue reading How to Extend your Stay in Cape Verde in 2020
I’ve been in Cape Verde for a month and i’ve noticed a few things; 1. Cape Verde is made up of 9 islands; Sal, Boa Vista, Maio, Santiago, Brava, Fogo, … Continue reading 7 Things You Should Know About Cape Verde
Amazing beaches, volcanos, salt lakes and 9 islands to explore. Cabo Verde is the ultimate vacation destination in 2020. Matter of fact, Nigerians don’t need a visa to visit the … Continue reading How to Visit Cape Verde in 2020 as a Nigerian
Still on my quest for dual citizenship, I left Barbados for another country Nigerians can visit visa free which is Cabo Verde or Cape Verde. Cabo Verde is a very … Continue reading Cabo Verde; My Journey Continues