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    My Adventurous Trip To The Point Of No Return In Badagry

    I have heard a lot about the Point if no return in Badagry and I couldn't wait to visit this amazing destination. This place was the hub of slavery and history had it that over 2 million slaves were sold off this island. I am a lover of art, nature and history and I think destination gives a mixture of the three.

    I can travel anywhere for adventure and I set off to visit Badagry.

    So we set off from Lagos as early as 8am, we went through Iyana Iba from Iyana Ipaja this is to beat the crazy Mile 2 traffic , then from Iyana Iba we headed straight to Badagry. This is one of the craziest journey I have ever embarked on, It leaves you thinking and annoyed at the same time. But I won't talk about that. Then had one of the longest and tiring drive. Then finally we got to Badagry. YAY!!!

    Now the sight of the Badagry roundabout will make you forget the worries and the hurdle of getting there. On the roundabout lies the Sato drum statue. You don't need anyone to tell you this town is a peaceful one. from the roundabout, we took a left turn, straight ahead is the way to Seme Border.
    Then we drove down to he Badagry slave port.

    1. You will see a lot of these funny looking vehicles which are mostly used in conveying goods from neighbouring countries to Nigeria and vice versa
    2. The sato drum Statue
    3. less than 5 minutes drive from the sato drum statue is the fisherman statue
    4. Badagry Slave port



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  • My Adventurous Trip To The Point Of No Return In Badagry
  • I have heard a lot about the Point if no return in Badagry and I couldn't wait to visit this amazing destination. This place was the hub of slavery and history had it that over 2 million slaves were sold off this island. I am a lover of art, nature and history and I think destination gives a mixture of the three.

    I can travel anywhere for adventure and I set off to visit Badagry.

    So we set off from Lagos as early as 8am, we went through Iyana Iba from Iyana Ipaja this is to beat the crazy Mile 2 traffic , then from Iyana Iba we headed straight to Badagry. This is one of the craziest journey I have ever embarked on, It leaves you thinking and annoyed at the same time. But I won't talk about that. Then had one of the longest and tiring drive. Then finally we got to Badagry. YAY!!!

    Now the sight of the Badagry roundabout will make you forget the worries and the hurdle of getting there. On the roundabout lies the Sato drum statue. You don't need anyone to tell you this town is a peaceful one. from the roundabout, we took a left turn, straight ahead is the way to Seme Border.
    Then we drove down to he Badagry slave port.

    1. You will see a lot of these funny looking vehicles which are mostly used in conveying goods from neighbouring countries to Nigeria and vice versa
    2. The sato drum Statue
    3. less than 5 minutes drive from the sato drum statue is the fisherman statue
    4. Badagry Slave port



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