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In this my new phase of trying to take care of my hair, I’m looking back to see what I did right with my hair, what to continue to do and what to stop doing!!! Taking care of your Hair in a new location can be a chore. You don’t know if your hair will corporate with the weather or not, the accessibility of the products you like, hair stylists, Activities you will do, cos even some kind of WATER. Can be bad for your hair. Well, I am not about to miss out of a great opportunity cos of my Hair!!! Whenever I’m going to travel locally or internationally, the things I do are: Research the place. What’s the weather there like? % of black people that live there, where will I be staying, activities I might get to do. Etc. Pack hair staples in mini bottles…

This is the part 2 of my Cotonou post.. I’m going to talk about how we found a hotel search and our navigation tools. Read Part 1 here We left Seme by 4 pm and after the border Wahala, all we wanted to do was to just eat and sleep. It was time to find our hotel. We had already made reservations for hotels via booking.com.. Which was very straight forward.. I made 3 hotel reservations because I have trust issues when it comes to Hotels. I know for a fact that a lot of hotels exaggerate their services online to get more customers.. I was not wrong about this. Note that if you are also going to do this on booking.com, you need to book hotels that allow free cancellations else booking.com will charge you if you don’t stay at that hotels… You can also use Hotels.ng and…

If you follow me on Instagram, you would have seen my fine fine pictures of Cotonu, Benin on my Insta stories.. If you don’t follow me, I recommend you should asap cos ill be posting more pictures soon.. My handle is @yevandy Cotonu is a beautiful city guys. Looks very colonial if I must admit but from the moment we drove in the air was different from Lagos air… Very chilled and relaxed. I have been through Cotonu before… via a Cross Country bus on my way to Ghana in 2016.. A travel post which is still in my draft but the experience of Driving to Cotonu is WAYYYY different from taking public transport.. ILL break it down soon.. First of all.. I have to say that Seme border is …. Arguably the worst border in the world. The level of corruption and unnecessary stress there was mind blowing. Would…

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