Travelling by train in Nigeria is interesting albeit uncomfortable . For some people , train travel is a daily routine while for others , it is a novelty yet , travelling by train in Nigeria is quite an experience.
For some people who like to rough things out , the adventure starts from the terminus . There is a crowd waiting to get a ticket or board the train. Some pace about to shake the boredom while others sit on the bare floor.
When it is time to board , the crowd scramble forward pressing against each other to get a good space on the train.
Save yourself this discomfort , take the first class coach because the economy coach is almost always overcrowded and stuffy , not adding the awful odour emanating from sweating bodies.
Some daredevils board the train illegally and sit on the roof. Others clutch on to the sides and the entrance until they get to their destination.
Don ’t take the train if you have an appointment . You are in for a long ride. These trains are old and are not as fast as the trains you see in foreign films .
Be prepared . Some rail cars might detach from the train , but not to worry the engineers are always on board to couple them back together .
An upside to travelling by train is the breathtaking views . It gently moves by like flicking through the pages of a book

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I would also travel by car as it saves a lot of money. Public transport is so inconvenient and expensive! And oftentimes I dislike people who use it. I was pinch-pocketed a few times in the bus. So I would fly to Europe by plane and then use these guys for renting a car at low price. Europe is small and you can move safely to Italy, France, Austria and Switzerland in just one week!


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