Monthly Archives: March 2008

A service, a bar, a beer and a train ride

Went to the church service this morning, I drifted off a couple of times during the sermon, not that the sermon was boring but I didn’t go to bed until almost 4 in the morning. After doing a little socializing … Continue reading

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Lagos + constant Power = London (sort of …)

London – I won’t miss its weather. If Nigeria had constant electricity supply, one can control the weather (in ones house I mean). But in a place like Nigeria with the epileptic power supply, I would prefer a weather which … Continue reading

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Ramblings (11/03/2008)

Long day. Went with my brother, a colleague of his and his wife to check out some used (brand new by Niger standards) cars – the spec we wanted was a Mercedes with full leather upholstery, diesel engine and roomy … Continue reading

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Etu Brutu?

God bless the Romans, long live the queen! Went to M&S for take out lunch and as usual the dangerous (tongue-in-cheek) Mayonnaise had infested everything edible – but then I found “oakham chicken and pancetta caeser” – sandwich with chicken … Continue reading

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Learn the Geography or stick with the Plan

If you don’t know the geography then don’t change the plan. I noticed that I usually ended up at the Moorgate tube station when going home, whereas I came in through the Old street station in the morning. So today … Continue reading

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Crank dat Naija boy!

Will the real whites in London please stand up? Heathrow’s lounge looked as it probably would if it were in an Asian country such as India or Pakistan (I guess 🙂 My Indian (loosely defined) friends were everywhere one looked, … Continue reading

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Happy New Year – plenty “Serials” (should av been posted 2 months ago)

Thank God for the New Year. Had a long leave over the Xmas break. Felt like I should stop working full-time. But like I told a colleague, the only problem with that is that company I work for will stop … Continue reading

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