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Debrecen, Hungary / I am a freelance writer, travel lover, food lover, Nigerian, Jesus lover and lover of people
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The HotStone Eating is a basic necessity for humans, but the ways in which we eat keep evolving and some will say dining is an art. The Chinese invented the hotpot and weeks back we stumbled across the hotstone in a fine restaurant in District …

The HotStone Eating is a basic necessity for humans, but the ways in which we eat keep evolving and some will say dining is an art. The Chinese invented the hotpot and weeks back we stumbled across the hotstone in a fine restaurant in District …

What is a world heritage Site? Heritage Sites of Nigeria - TERNGU

View along a street in the royal quarter of Benin City, from

It was while visiting the Qin Shi Huang Terracotta warriors museum in China  that I discovered the existence of world

Untold Story of the Sukur Landscape: Nigeria’s First UNESCO World Heritage Site

Museum of broken relationship: a shelter for exilied loves | OLINKA VISTICA | TEDxRoma - YouTube

Museum of broken relationship: a shelter for exilied loves

Qin shi huang Terracotta warriors museums

Qin shi huang Terracotta warriors museums

Qin shi huang Terracotta warriors museums

Qin shi huang Terracotta warriors museums

Museum of ethnology: Leiden, Holland

Attending an academic conference or workshop with fellow students from across the globe is one of the most authentic reasons for you to travel as a student, and not just a student, cause in whatever sphere of life you find yourself working, if you check …

the evolution of windmills: Windmill Museum in Leiden, Holland

the evolution of windmills: Windmill Museum in Leiden, Holland

I hope this isn't illegal, I was given permission. My selfie, unfortunately I don't remember his name.

The night of museums Hungary, took place on a Saturday, the of June, Basically its a night when most museums all over Hungary allow entry for free or at discounted prices.

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I spent the past few days in England and was opportune to see a bit of London while I was there, I will write fully about that soon, but this one place struck a chord on my trip. I went to the science Museum on …