Sunday, November 9, 2008

GREETINGS FROM CAPE TOWN

Your trully is presently in Cape Town for a forum. Second time out of Nigeria. First was to Ghana and now to South Africa. Not bad, am starting to think it's possible to realise my dream of touring the world. Thanks to W.TEC for this opportunity. And thanks to my boss for believing in me. I am not here alone but with her.

Yeah, I am settling in. I already made a lot of observations. Cape Town is neat. I wish Lagos can be that neat. All the cars steerings are to the right. Almost all the vechicles in Nigeria have thiers to the left. Why the difference?

And again, it's cold, there a lot of white people.... what else? Well, about to start touring ( that will happen if I am not too busy with what I come here for). I do need to make time out to see Cape Town. Yes, I must

Stay tuned for update!

14 comments:

Uzezi said...

hmm. Im first

Uzezi said...

u will achieve your dream of touring the world. Don't worry. Look well and absorb all you can, and come eductae us about the place.
what else? buy me something o

nneoma said...

sounds amazing...please share what you learn from it...and i hope the that rest of the world eventually gets the opportunity of meeting you!

Eb the Celeb said...

Definitely something that is on my to do list... Have fun!

NigerianDramaQueen said...

Im so jealous! My mum just left SA, and she adores it. Take great pictures! And let us know about the forum, sounds interesting!
Congratulations on beginning your fulfillment of your dream...one country at a time!

aloted said...

good to hear u are enjoying cape town..and am sure u'll accomplish all u went to do..

on a lighter note- the way you wrote this statement "it's cold, there a lot of white people"- is it "cold" cuz there are a lot of white people there?? or are those two statements totally unrelated?

;-)

blackwomenblowthetrumpet.blogspot.com said...

Hey there StandTall!

I am so happy for you!

This is your second time out of the country?

One day, you will be blogging from the United States!!

(smiles)
Lisa

Temite said...

Me too o! Buy me something shiny and pink! Have fun! Have fun!

LG said...

9ice'
have fun dear

Standtall said...

@ Uzezi: thanks dear, I will buy u Cape Town bangle

@ Nneoma: I will sure share what I learnt. And I am happy to meet a lot of people from different countries at the forum

@ Eb the celeb: Sure and you must do it

@ NDQ: you have a right to be jealous cos this place is beautiful!

@ Aloted: thanks dearie. The statements are not related jare. I was just comparing the place to Johannesburg where there a lot of black pple. It's so code men. I am not at Monkey Valley near the beach and the code is too much. Thank God I have got a winter jacket

LG said...

swerii,if u like do like say u no see mycomment' wetin i know be say...
U MUST BUY ME TOP(s) WHEN U DEY COME BACK :p

poeticallytinted said...

lol. great! you will tour the world jare! you know try Dubi next. It's a fantastic place. Arabian Knights all over again.

LG what was that pessimistic 's' after 'top'? lol

Standtall said...

@ ah my LG okay. I go try

Poeticallytinted: Thanks love, they said Dubai is awesome.No wonder Nigeria politicians are building houses there after corrupting Nigeria

James Tubman said...

wow

capetown is a beautiful city

i hope you have a great time

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