After almost a month of not blogging, this would be a fair question. I do wish I was at a place like in the picture but nah! I was very much around. However,  I had a bit of a setback. You see, my Macbook stopped powering on and I had to send it to the US to get fixed. 


Yeah! Turns out that there are no authorized ​ Apple Service centers in Nigeria and I would have voided my warranty ( I have Apple Care) if I had had it fixed here. 

That round trip took some time so I had lots of ​backlog to get through when it returned. I can only now go back to blogging. 

I have a load of things to report back to you so watch this space closely for the next few weeks. There will be pretty frequent updates.​

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As an aside, my sometimes-conspiracy-theorist side suspects that my Macbook was homesick and wanted to go back home on vacation. It achieved that and was treated very nicely by the Apple folks.

Picture by: Blake Richard Verdoorn 




Welcome back…..There is actually an Apple store Nigeria , its at the Palm’s mall in Ikeja. I had mine fixed there. Just thought to let you know for future purposes.

Natural Nigerian

Thank you so much, Halima. I know about the stores (there are others) but they are not authorized which means that fixing my macbook with them would have voided my warranty.


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