Taking the bus in Lagos can be a stressful experience but an interesting one too. It’s not like in other countries where buses come at set times; they just turn up and you have to rush on. Traffic is a big problem here, people don’t often follow the road signs and that includes the bus drivers. The fares are set, but that doesn’t mean that the drivers aren’t open to haggling. There’s been a lot of times where I’ve spent a long time going around in circles, agreeing on a fare. The passengers are really open to talking – you might talk about the government, sport or just generally how your day has been. For me, this says a lot about the people of Lagos; we like to talk; we’re pretty open.