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Coronavirus Lockdown: A Nairalander In Ireland Shares His Experience (Photos) / My Mini European Adventure And How It Has Changed My Perspective Towards Nigeria / My 2017 Summer And Fall Adventure In Canada (2) (3) (4)
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Lukaku95: 8:23pm On Nov 21|
Ahappy:see format.. you think say we be mumu ... Go jor
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Ahappy: 8:31pm On Nov 21|
I dropped all the details already, I know it will be hard to believe.
I am not surprise at all,I made a mistake and. I am regretting already,only if you know what my parent are passing through.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by ExpressBooking(m): 9:28pm On Nov 21|
You are derailing this thread. Create a thread and beg the Nairaland mods to help you push it to the front page
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Goodman247: 2:08am On Nov 22|
Ahappy:go and clear farms, go and sell pure water or go and push whellbarrow, there is dignity in labour, endbegging .
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by themaestro08(m): 1:46pm On Nov 23|
Thats some tough words man..... The earlier this dude realize this the better
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Goodman247: 7:26pm On Nov 23|
themaestro08:everybody is hustling, abi you have money to.give him
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by ntutu(m): 10:11pm On Nov 24|
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 5:07pm On Nov 25|
If you're wondering how Backyards look like
You'll normally see a form of garden a place to seat, glass house and sometimes a tree, if the tree is too big, your neighbors wont be too happy as it will block the sunlight. Sun is a big thing here.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 5:08pm On Nov 25|
You can see that big bird, it's a sea gull. If you ever eat outside, you must watch out for them. Especially at city center where you buy snacks and try to sit by the pier to Eat and relax and almost instantly, it's gone. Hahahah
It has never happened to me before sha. The best I've had outside is a glass of wine on one evening. I can see why my date insisted on just drinks. Maybe its cos of these notorious birds.
They're especially fond of McDonald's.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 5:18pm On Nov 25|
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 5:19pm On Nov 25|
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 5:26pm On Nov 25|
I have fallen Prey to Procastination. Let me use this opportunity to put as much as I can here. If you have any issues, query, opinion, just send them in. I'll graciously reply
If you are ever to come to a country that's doing well. It means every human being regardless of occupation matters and are well paid. God help you if you cant change bulbs yourself, the cost of getting electrician in to do it is Shocking. Sense will make sure you go on YouTube and research. Even some electricians that have bigger fish to fry will refuse and if you insist, they double and multiply the price as needed. You can imagine paying #100,000 to change bulb. That's incredible.
Basically, you might be paying them nothing Less than minimum wage to get things done, some of them will bargain to be paid an estimated number of hours that it takes to do the job, this is how it gets complicated. They can get insidious and would purposely leave something out so you invite them over next day to finish the job, hahaha.
With the right car loan and installment, its not a surprising thing to see a tailor or plumber or factory worker drive a Benz that you'll see politicians drive and you'll be running after them screaming twale....
A friend of mine wanted to adjust her cloth and was told to pay €15 just to roll her Jean's and cut. To get a patch closed might require €10.
Its very important to get variety of clothes adjusted before you come here if you fancy customized clothes. I ran to joom and aliexpress as a form of DIY.
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 5:59pm On Nov 25|
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Kenny242(m): 5:59pm On Nov 25|
Pls how can someone with RN from School of nursing Migrate has a practicing nurse.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:55pm On Nov 25|
valirex:I see, you only need a Visa if your layover is long and you need to get out the airport for sightseeing
I'm glad for the timely response others gave.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:59pm On Nov 25|
Amethyst101:In the Nigerian bookshops, there are alot. Especially in lagos and in some university's library.
For the recommendation, the first thing I'll say is that reading is not for Everyone. If you are motivated to read, I'll suggest to start from the autobiography of who you like to be.
Dont rush it, only read when you feel like. Pdf are readily available and I can easily skim through when I'm bored as I go through the day. Like in traffic, queues, lying down before I sleep.....instead of fuming in traffic, grab something you have passion about and read. Passion is important, it's really sad footballer dont write����.
But at least we have some figure heads who have shaped the history of the world that we get fascinated about.
My church spoke about Benjamin Franklin and I still met the guy in Assassin Creed, Rogue, it's a Video game, I got hooked and ran to get his autobiography, I managed to read William wilberforce, Bill Clinton, I couldn't finish bill Clinton but one thing I picked up and can never was that he volunteered in election campaigns of American presidents when he was young and he got really inspired. I also read Novels by Arthur conan doyle, he wrote Sherlock Holmes, this man used some techniques of the character to solve three real life national cases, I read some books before they became movies like The Elf stone of Shanara which made a series, Shanara Chronicles, Fifty shades of grey, I found the scenes in the other room too extreme, books by Stephen king, the film isn't as scary as the book, sidney sheldon series, was close to reading Harry Potter but I went for the film first
, "Mockingbirds don't do one thing except make music for us to enjoy. They don't eat up people's gardens, don't nest in corn cribs, they don't do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. That's why it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." Also read wizard of oz, interview with the vampire, pride and prejudice.....
I might delay in replying some messages, I usually will wait when its convenient so I can reply in the best way possible.
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 11:01pm On Nov 25|
Joohan:Lolz bust my head, hahaha
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Amethyst101(m): 11:28pm On Nov 27|
Whao, thanks so much for the tips Chiggs.
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