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LAGOS ON BOARD, APRIL EDITION IS HERE

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This happens to be one of my favourite hangout events in Lagos. Officially speaking! (These are photos from March edition. Don’t know how I kept quiet about it until now) Asides the fact that I get to leave the house, I always look forward to meeting new people. Other editions have been free but this one is a paid event. So with the sum of N1000, you will gain access to the venue/game room. This is happening TOMORROW. It’s an awesome way to spend your weekend. Meanwhile, these are three reasons why I love the event and maybe after this edition there will be a fourth reason, God willing.

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PEOPLE

Honestly, I used to be that kind of lady who will sit by you all day and not say a damn word unless you say something or ask a question. But hanging out lately has totally improved my being because whenever I am going out, I prepare myself to meet one or two interesting personalities.

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I am sure he was winning, that’s why we can see his white teeth.

My last experience at the Lagos on board game wasn’t any different. I talked to a lot of people but connected finally with Vanessa of Vankara and Anjola, an architect. Every other person on the table were my hangout friends. The board game is a lovely place to connect with entrepreneurs and professionals.

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LEARN

Feel free to refer to me as the one person who hates games. Be it on screen or on board. I don’t think it’s the fear of loosing but there is feeling I get (I honestly can’t explain it). The last edition was an adventure. I started playing the snake and ladder game with Yemisi Fagbemi and got bored almost immediately. It wasn’t challenging rather I felt like some primary school kid playing the game behind the Yale cabin biscuit pack.

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Victor Oluwaseun of VOphotography

We headed on to the monopoly table, thanks to Victor Oluwaseun of VOphotography and other hangout members. I like the fact that I was encouraged to go on with the game just as I was about doing my usual race. I learnt and played it. If you had seen me that day, you won’t believe it was the first time in my life.

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Deji, teaching me how to play Monopoly

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Everyone knew how to play. I was the only learner.

ENVIRONMENT

Being in the midst of entrepreneurs and professionals is one lovely adventure I can never say no to. The environment was clean, beautiful and inspiring! Every order was done fast and served properly.

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We didn’t feel the sun because we were under shades and it was quite airy. I loved the fact that it felt like we were in a penthouse (maybe it is) and the seats were super comfortable. Did I forget the food part??? Food and drinks available but from your own pocket o.

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To reserve a seat on a board game table, kindly RSVP through this link.

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Scrabble

In this edition, there will be cash prizes to be won and I confirmed they will be giving out goody bags to all their social media followers. I have followed already. No Lastma in this case. Have you? If you haven’t, click here to follow.

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Snake and ladder

Check out pictures of previous events on their IG page @LagosOnBoard
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Photo Credit: Photos of Victor and I from @LagosOnBoard

 

 

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