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A very friendly married lady who always travels with her 10yr old daughter because I want to expose her to varied and different cultural experiences. Among other things, I have touched a live crocodile in Ghana. Did Maid of The Mist boat ride to the Niagara falls, felt the mist on my face, I was right in front of it. Climbed the Statue of Liberty to Pedestal level. Took a boat cruise on the River Seine in Paris and Jet boat adventure on River Niagara. Visited the Top of the Rock observation deck in NYC, took a Cable car in London, Visited a 5000yr+ megalith in Ireland called Bru na Boinne (it's actually older than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Giza) and climbed to the peak of Idanre Hills in Ondo State, Nigeria (666 steps). I love traveling and visiting new places (it seems I was a nomad in my last life...LOL). I love to experience the sights and sounds of a new place and meet new people. My ideal travel companion is my daughter. My dream would be to visit the 7 world wonders and all of UNESCO World Heritage Sites...if possible.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I love traveling, networking and interacting with different people from different backgrounds and places. I would love to meet new friends and at the same experience a new place through the eyes of a local and build my network of friends.
Traveling, sleeping, reading, gisting and having a good laugh!
- rock climbing
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: Coming to America, The Bodyguard, Delta Force, Robocop, Pretty Woman
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I am a Sickle cell advocate and I encourage people living with sickle cell to live a full, active and healthy life as I do myself. I go round doing advocacy work.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can teach you some very popular Nigerian dance steps, popular greeting phrases in some Nigerian languages and also 'broken' or 'pidgin' English. Cook some nice Nigerian meals and soups for you eg Jollof rice and generally have a good time.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, France, Ghana, Ireland, Kenya, Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In