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Travel Guide Nigeria is an ideal holiday destination for both couples and families with its hot climate; luxurious beaches. Not forgetting the exotic food on offer. Nigeria has 6 cities, the popular (and most populated city should I say) is Lagos as has two of Nigeria's major urban islands Lagos Island and Victoria Island. Victoria Island Lagos Island Victoria Island is one of the nicest places to visit and would make a pleasurable destination for couples as it has fantastic beaches with their white pure sand and opulent views. You will want to see Tafawa Balewa Square on the Lagos Island but be careful not to go at night as it is not very safe. ...read more.

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be careful, amala, eba, pounded yam, efo, egusi soup (usually eaten together with some stew at the side and meat), jellof rice (my personal favourite), ground nut soup, ogbono soup, isi ewu - goat's head stew, suya - kebab and peanuts, moi moi - bean cake, puff-puff, chin chin and owerri soup which is the most expensive african soup in Nigeria. Pounded Yam and Egusi Jellof Rice and Stew The best way to get around the city is by motorcycle - (what the locals call okada). The okadas will get you to where you want to go quickly but be aware okadas are not for the faint hearted, drivers don't give you a helmet to wear while riding one; there fast, swift and furious. ...read more.

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Molue The price for a taxi is fixed depending on where you wanna go, you don't have to negotiate however some drivers have risky driving styles, some like to dodge through traffic like homicidal maniancs. The best thing about Nigeria's busy road traffic is the food that gets sold on the road different varieties from Sausage rolls call d Gala, Pure Water and Plantain chips. It's like having room service on a busy road. Trader-(Road Service) Gala Whether you want a relaxing holiday with your loved one or a fun jam packed holiday for the family, Nigeria is the place for you. Nigerian Flag ?? ?? ?? ?? Travel Writing Writing To Persuade Ruth Ogunade 11DO Ms Hadley-Stone ...read more.

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