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Old Jan 26, 16, 5:56 am
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DanielW
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The vibrant colours and fabric at Balogun Market.


A very busy and chaotic place!


Edging slowly through the very crowded streets.


The minarets of the Central Mosque.


We then stopped for lunch at a local restaurant and had chicken, spicy rice and Efo Riro, a traditional Nigerian dish.


After lunch we drove off the Island and then out east to Lekki Penninsula and on to the Lekki Conservation Centre. Entry was 1000 naira (~$5), plus another 1000 naira for the canopy walk. It was a very beautiful place and great to escape the chaos and noise of the city.


After hearing some rustling in the tree's, a few of the monkey's climbed down to have a peek at us.


The Lekki Conservation Centre also has a canopy walk, the 'longest in Africa'.

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