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Published: March 27th 2012
the flight home was good, the airport in Lagos was unusually quiet - rumour has it that this is because it was early morning!
when I sat in the seat on the plane a woman asked me if I would mind changing places with her daughter so they could sit together - I looked and her daughter was about 5 years old so I couldnt deny it even if the seat I was moving to was rubbish, when I moved there I sat next to a rather large woman who said to me in a very strong Nigerian Accent "I would rather you didnt sit there we wont have enough space" she was right... so I chatted to one of the stwardesses and told her the situation and I was offered either an upgrade to premier or two seats together! I went for the two seats together as it meant that I would have more space - but when we landed I had to run to the back of the plane like a lunatic as soon as the seatbelt sign went off to get my bag before everyone stood up!
As I came through Immigration the
UK passport line was really busy, I thought I was going to be ages! then an official shouted "if you have a Nigerian passport you are in the wrong line and will not be seen at the counters here - please move" everyone moved and I went to the front 😊
I came home and Joe cooked me fish and veg with a glass of wine and some cheesecake - YUM!!!
as promised here are my photos from my 10 days in Lagos and Port Harcourt
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