Posted by kemkem On November 23, 2015
Reverse culture shock was very worrying to me prior to our return trip to the U.S. We have been on ground for the past 2 weeks now, having landed in Houston and staying for one week while we tackled the job of emptying our storage unit. It has been hectic, and access to wifi limited, hence the silence last week. Thankfully, it was not as bad as it could have been. The gods smiled upon us and made things easy. A lot of my relatives are extremely happy right now.
Posted by kemkem On November 9, 2015
The more we travel and see the largess of the world, the more the saying “It’s good to be the king” really shows you how wonderful life was for the chosen few. Emperor Humayun was no different. The tomb dedicated to him in Delhi is further proof of that death doesn’t stop the grand life! We got to check out the emperor’s final resting place on our recent trip to India.
Posted by kemkem On November 2, 2015
As much as l would have loved to show you beautiful pictures of India and the Taj Mahal, l am in no shape to. It has been a bit stressful and a money drain the past week or so . The good news is that my brother’s long surgery went well, and he is healing well, so it was definitely worth it.
Posted by kemkem On October 26, 2015
Medical tourism? I can almost hear you ask incredulously. Yes..says yours truly. It is definitely a booming industry. In fact, our visit to India for was for medical tourism, and no..it is not a tour of medical equipment or traditional medicine men, but a profitable business in developing countries. India is not only about the Taj Mahal or the other wonderful sights, it is also about excellent medical care. Read More
Posted by kemkem On October 19, 2015
I am currently back at home in Nigeria enjoying myself thoroughly. I arrived about a week ago. It was a long exhaustive trip. I had to take the train into Madrid, make my way over to the Madrid airport , hang around for a long while, then caught the flight to Lagos through Iberia airlines. I didn’t realize that there were still airlines who do not offer any sort of entertainment. No tv, no music..zilch. It was a long six hours . These are some of my favorite Yoruba tribe (of which l belong) meals. The Yorubas are in the South. The two other major tribes are Ibo in the East, and Hausa in the North. They have their own different food and ingredients that l am not familiar with.