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Why Do I Get Motion Sickness? How to Beat Motion Sickness

On a flying plane, for example, you feel like you’re moving, but your eyes tell your brain that you don’t appear to be going anywhere. The opposite is true as well. After a long sea voyage, you can stand still on dry land but still feel like you’re moving. The result is the same: motion sickness. Read more…

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Top 10 Things to Do the Day Before You Travel for a Vacation

Travelling abroad? Call your service provider to help you set up the cheapest plan for making calls, sending text messages, and accessing Internet from your smartphone. Many cell phone companies including T-Mobile — offer affordable day passes to U.S. customers for International talk, text, and data plans. Read more…

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Dreaming Of Your Next Holiday? Best Ways To Save Money

Are you dreaming of your next holiday? Best ways to save money from the experts say the best time to book a holiday is on a Tuesday morning at 10am. Airlines release last minute deals for the following weekend on this day. Find out more. See our great money saving ideas for getting you the Best Holiday Deals. Read more…

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Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know About Nigerians

Most Nigerians speak more than one language. The country’s official language, English is widely spoken, especially among educated people. Apart from English, 400 native Nigeria languages are also spoken, out of which some are being threatened with extinction. Read more…

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Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know About Nigerian Clothing

Nigeria is warm all-year, except for the occasional harmattan chill and some frigid temperatures on elevated areas like Jos and Pankshin in Plateau State and Obudu in Cross River State. Pack light cotton-based, comfortable clothing and a hat or cap and pairs of sandals for casual pursuits. No provocative dressing, please especially in the north or in the villages. Read more…

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Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know Now

Citizens of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) do not require entry permit into Nigeria. All visitors not exempted from entry permits are advised to apply and obtain appropriate visas from the nearest Nigerian Diplomatic Mission – Embassy, High Commission or Consulate before entry into Nigeria. Early application is advisable to avoid delay. Read more…

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Travel & Trips to Nigeria: Pre-Departure Guide and Travel Information

Pre-Departure Guide : Your trip to Nigeria should be very pleasant and engaging if you prepare ahead of time, and set out with an open mind. Most other foreign web sites have notoriously outdated or stereotypical and unreliable information. You need a balanced view. If possible. You should be able to discern that visiting a mega-city like Lagos – a kind of Nigerian New York – never gives the true picture of any country. Plan to visit smaller towns and more traditional locations. Read more…

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Flight Cabin Crew Want You to Stop Doing These On Flights

And even if they’re not doing it in the toilets, Brown said she also can’t stand it when couples make out in their seats. “Do they not understand they are on an aircraft with 100–300 other people? Some even make noises and we have to go and tell them kindly to keep the noise down because they are disturbing other passengers.” Read more…

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Top Tips For Hiring Nanny While Visiting Nigeria

Ask yourself questions like: what days or hours do you need your nanny to work? Are you looking for a live-in or live-out nanny? What time will the nanny arrive and depart? What hourly rate can you comfortably afford in your household budget? Ensure you create a thorough list of “must haves” for your nanny search. Knowing your priorities will not only help you attract the right candidate, but also make the right decision. Read more…

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Secret Master Code Thieves Use to Open Hotel Room Safes

“This is not necessarily a problem in just cheap hotels. Default-code settings can be found also in four- and five-star hotels around the world. When safes get installed, it is the hotel’s responsibility to change those codes but because of lack of product knowledge by hotel management it doesn’t often get changed. Read more…

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Nigeria Tourism: Here Are Common Mistakes Travelers Make When Visiting Calabar

Calabar has a very rich culture as well as a unique language that influences their English pronunciations. A lot of Nigerian comedians tell jokes with the local accent however, it is important to understand the culture and the surrounding when visiting. Having an unbiased mind will help you blend better, absorb the culture in a more interactive way and avoid insulting them unintentionally. Read more…

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Expatriates in Nigeria: How They Can Avoid Deportation

Nigeria is likely to witness more influx of expatriates as the country moves up on the World Bank Ease of Doing Business index. He noted that as a result of recent deliberate efforts by the Federal Government, Nigeria had moved from 179 spot to 145 on the ease of doing business index. Therefore, become important that expatriates and their employers pay careful attention to the country’s immigration laws and regulations to avoid running into trouble. Read more…

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419 Scams: What Nigerians and Tourists to Nigeria Need to Know Now

419 Scams operate as follows: the target receives an unsolicited fax, email, or letter. At some point, the victim is asked to pay up front an Advance Fee of some sort, be it an “Advance Fee”, “Transfer Tax”, “Performance Bond”, or to extend credit, grant COD privileges, send back “change” on an overage cashier’s check or money order, whatever. If the victim pays the Fee, there are often many “Complications” which require still more advance payments until the victim either quits, runs out of money, or both. If the victim extends credit on a given transaction etc. he may also pay such fees (“nerfund” etc.), and also stiffed for the Goods or Service with NO Effective Recourse. Read more…