6 Things To Do For Valentine In University of Lagos

February 11, 2020

Valentine is coming. You have a partner, so what are you doing on that day?

I get it if you have no plans with your partner. It’s stressful to plan for anything, especially if you’re in University of Lagos where every second and every Naira count.

However, some of the special things in life require little to no planning. And we have decided to remind you of that and have compiled six things you can do with your partner this Valentine’s day without breaking the bank to have a memorable experience.

Shall we?

Have a picnic at Lagoon Front

Pack up some food and make for the lagoon front. Find a spot and revel in the cool ambience with an unobstructed view of Third Mainland Bridge in the distance. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also go crab hunting.

See a movie or two at Ozone Cinemas, Yaba

Take a short trip out of the school gates to Yaba and Ozone Cinemas. Decide on what you want to watch, get the tickets, grab popcorns and some drinks and have yourselves some solid cinematic experience.

Get pancake at Pancake Hub, Yaba

Pancake Hub has a decent variety of meals, but they are best known for their pancake, scrambled eggs, and sausage combo, and this is exactly what you and your partner need to have a fun Valentine’s day.

Eat some ice-cream at Coldstone, Yaba

Find your way to the coolest ice cream joint in the area and satisfy your sweet tooth with their fresh collection of ice cream and sorbet.

Head over to the library and study together

The couple who studies together stays together. Show yourselves how committed you’re to each other’s growth and spend quality time studying together at the library.

Watch Zikoko’s Blind Date Premiere

We made a new show named Blind Date in which we sent a bunch of single people on an all-expense-paid date, interviewing them before and after they met. The first episode drops February 14 (Valentine’s Day) on our YouTube channel.

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