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The 2014 Calabar carnival may have come and gone, but the fun memories of the events, still lingers in the minds of many as the state still wears that lovely looks of the carnival celebration.

Though described as 'Small London,' the magnificent beauty of the state continues to attract more visitors and tourists just to have a feel of how the state looks like.

Nollywoodgists.com took a stroll around the Mary Salassor road where the statue was designed around the junction to recall old memories of the woman who helped stopped the killing of twins during the colonial era.

Moving down the road towards the millenium park also called 11 11, the lovely fountain has been well designed along the road which is also a roundabout, with various lights to give the night an attractive radiation.

Moving through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) road, the reflection of the state art which is dance, is being crafted with a man playing a drum right in front of the state Cultural Centre.

Being a desciplined state with good structures in place, people are seen having a nice time in some well designed relaxation spots with security on patrol all the time. Another interesting part of the state is its quiet environments.

Nollywoodgists.com observed that the people of Calabar go to sleep as early as 8:30-9:00pm and hardly hang around except for some few churches that have one programme or the other.

The journey continues.