Hola, my name is Kunbi.
My family calls me ‘Ajala the Traveler’. Ajala is a Nigerian who lived in the 1950s. It is said that Ajala loved to travel and has visited all the countries in the world. Several legend and myths have been woven around his personality and travels. It is also claimed he traveled using a scooter, a truck and on foot. He rose to fame when a song was written in his honor by a Nigerian musician. The song begins “Ajala travels all over the world…”
Well, am not Ajala nor have I traveled as much as he did but I do LOVE to travel. At every opportunity I get, I never hesitate to hop on a plane or international bus. As of
Dec 2012 July 2015 Aug 2016, I have been to 27 43 58 countries . My first travel was in 2001 to the USA, it was a family trip and we visited Atlanta and Los Angeles. In 2008, I went on my first solo travel and I had a blast. Since then solo travel has been my preferred way to explore new destinations.
Why do I love to travel? I can not give a concise answer to this. All I know is that I get this sense of inner peace whenever I visit a country or experience a new culture. I’ve met a lot of amazing people during my travels.
Whenever you have a question, comment or suggestion, feel free to send me an email.
I’m always happy to listen.
Would like to be a friend on Facebook love reading your block by the way Ghanaian
Hello Rex. Thanks for checking out my blog.
Sure – you can find me on faceboook wit this link – https://www.facebook.com/TheAdventuresOfANigerianAmerican
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Hello Ekene, Thanks for checking out my blog. I appreciate mucho.
Checking out your blog now. Well done! and thanks for writing for the girl child #ChildNOTBride
I want your life!! Just the bit that’s been to 43 countries though, lol… I love to travel as well, and I like to tell stories from the trips!
Having a look around your blog, you’ll know where I’ve been!
Lol. Thanks Fairy God Sister.
gretings kunbi. hope you’re doing great. pls can i have more info about sites to visit while in cotonou…’cos am planning a trip there dec21 to jan 3. i hear shopping so affordable there 🙂
Wao! I love your spirit of travel, i hope you travel as far as Ajala.
Lol. Thanks, I hope so too :).