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  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    On the trip from Guinea Conakry to Freetown. The drive in itself is pretty pleasant. On the Guinean side the road is largely tarred with some potholes but not insurmountable. Taxis change in the nomansland between Guinea and Sierra Leone. From there on we drove the best road I've seen up to date in Africa. It's as smooth as silk all the way up to Freetown.

    I was feeling slightly anxious because I didn't have a visa for Sierra Leone. And the recurrent passport controls didn't make it any better. There is VOA for Sierra Leone but getting it at Freetown airport doesn't necessarily mean you can at every land border.

    I had to show my documents at about 5 'border controls' on the Guinean side and 4 on the Salonean side. Documents get scanned for mistakes from top to bottom and they will always ask for gifts etc. You have to have your yellow fever certificate! I was asked to show it several times..
    My friend many time small amount of help or tip really makes your trip comfortable and easy, donating you $5 makes every one happy and not make you poor. And not only that you save your time at odd places.

  2. #50

    Night life

    I plan on being in Accra for weekend beginning in April. All vaccinated and ready. Wondering if the local night life was picking up staying flat or heading south.

  3. #49

    Conakry

    On my retour back home I stayed a couple of nights in Conakry. The best area is Kaloum or the adjoining districts. In some areas north of the airport Conakry really is a shithole like you have not seen it yet.

    I stayed at the 'Maison d acceuil de l'archeveche' (archbishops guesthouse) at 160 k / night. Clean, spartan rooms with AC. Simple breakfast included. Coffee, tea and bread with butter. Pretty good deal considering the fact that it's located in the center of Kaloum. You don't have to be religious at all. My neighbour was a Turkish muslim. He had a fixer to buy his groceries. I asked him if he could arrange me a girl for the night. My Turkish friend told me 'the price' should be around 100 k. She thought that was petit so I offered 130 k. She agreed. I guess she must have been at least a semi pro. Too experienced but didn't want to suck cock though. She was pretty good but I booted her out after two rounds. I don't like hanging around a woman I can't talk to.

    I didnt think the Guineans were that friendly but maybe that was because of Corona. You could tell the atmosphere was turning. People would refuse to answer my questions or sit next to me in the taxi. I feared their reaction if thousands were to die. It was time to go.

  4. #48

    La police a votre service

    On the trip from Guinea Conakry to Freetown. The drive in itself is pretty pleasant. On the Guinean side the road is largely tarred with some potholes but not insurmountable. Taxis change in the nomansland between Guinea and Sierra Leone. From there on we drove the best road I've seen up to date in Africa. It's as smooth as silk all the way up to Freetown.

    I was feeling slightly anxious because I didn't have a visa for Sierra Leone. And the recurrent passport controls didn't make it any better. There is VOA for Sierra Leone but getting it at Freetown airport doesn't necessarily mean you can at every land border.

    I had to show my documents at about 5 'border controls' on the Guinean side and 4 on the Salonean side. Documents get scanned for mistakes from top to bottom and they will always ask for gifts etc. You have to have your yellow fever certificate! I was asked to show it several times.

    At the first Guinean control. I could hear officers shouting 'money, money' and they where telling me I was probably loaded. I didn't give them anything. They let me go but they looked a bit insulted. Similar variations on this encounter followed. Every time I thought we where in Sierra Leone we where actually passing another Guinean control. I couldn't understand why these Sierra Leoneans where speaking with a French accent LOL. A couple of times after showing my papers some higher up boss would shout to me to show my passport again to see if he couldn't find some mistake. At one point I got led into a room with an interpol sign above the entrance. A haughty guy with 4 stripes on each shoulder started interrogating me as if I where a suspect. I got him to talk about his officer course in Europe and he let me go after that. The Salonean side was a bit better but also here they will try to get a 'friendly' gift. The Salonean head of immigration asked me why I didn't have a visa as if I had done something wrong. I said 'I'm getting it here. ' 'Oh yes, sure' she replied. One Salonean policeman asked me 10 k for my visa while I'the just bought it a couple of minutes ago. I just said no LOL. I've noticed they don't really know how to react to that. Maybe they consider my blunt reply as rude. My driver thought I should have given him 5 k because they earn 200 k and a bag of rice per month and I am receptive to that. Sometimes I think why not give that small amount of money to a man who can use it but there are so many needy people here who cannot use or abuse their position to extort money. So why should a policeman enjoy that privilege?

    One issue I had was how to pay for my Visa. The visa Is 80 USD but I only had Euro and Franc Guinee. At Bambato car park there are heaps of street money changers. I changed 100 EUR to Sierra Leone Leones. The visa was 800.000 SLL.

  5. #47

    Sweet mothers

    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    Arrived in Guinea yesterday early morning. The opposition was having an unauthorised March in the capital. I saw water cannons on the road and police in riot gear armed with teargas canisters. I stayed inside and decided to leave for Sierra Leone the next day. I took a moto taxi to Gare Routiere Bambeto from where the shared taxis leave for Freetown.

    Tickets for Freetown are 130 k (Franc Guinee). I took the 2 places that are sold for the front seat. Otherwise you will be sitting on someones lap or vice versa. The driver charged me 100 k for my carry on of 55 x40 x20. I didn't negotiate that well. I was taken a bit by surprise. I thought I had paid everything. I wander if you are supposed to pay for luggage and if you do what is a reasonable amount?
    Good to hear you're alive. Best decision you could make to take off to Sweet Salone. The standoff in Guinea can go on as Alpha Conde postponed the referendum and hence the election. The opposition will keep the heat on.

    Please make a good report. Specially Freetown. Cheap accommodation. Try Sweet mother's guesthouse. That was a recommendation of one of my Salone contacts. Its at the south end in Lumley beach. Yes. To pay extra for luggage is quite common in West Africa. Paid several times in Senegal.

    Bonne chance.

    Neddy.

  6. #46

    Guinea

    Arrived in Guinea yesterday early morning. The opposition was having an unauthorised March in the capital. I saw water cannons on the road and police in riot gear armed with teargas canisters. I stayed inside and decided to leave for Sierra Leone the next day. I took a moto taxi to Gare Routiere Bambeto from where the shared taxis leave for Freetown.

    Tickets for Freetown are 130 k (Franc Guinee). I took the 2 places that are sold for the front seat. Otherwise you will be sitting on someones lap or vice versa. The driver charged me 100 k for my carry on of 55 x40 x20. I didn't negotiate that well. I was taken a bit by surprise. I thought I had paid everything. I wander if you are supposed to pay for luggage and if you do what is a reasonable amount?

  7. #45

    Elections

    Too late to change my plans now. I can't change the dates of my plane ticket and I have booked an apartment through AirBnB at 27 €/ night for the first 2 nights in Nongo Conakry. I'll go with the flow. If really necessary I can a taxi from the airport up country.

    Having said that I still don't have my visa for Guinea. Because of disturbances / problems with the Guinean community I was turned away twice from the Guinean embassy. They have promised to make my visa on Monday. I sure hope so because my plane is leaving on Wednesday.

  8. #44

    Elections

    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    I'm arriving in Guinea 3 days after the elections of 1 March and the referendum on a new constitution which is widely being opposed. I hope there's not going to be too many problems.
    It looks like Alpha Conde wants to get rid of the presidential term limits. That could spell trouble. Especially if people feel the referendum was rigged. Could turn ugly. Id rather change my travel plans if I were you. Election time is never a good time.

    Well. I've been Gambia when Jammeh was overthrown and ECOWAS forces intervened. I've been twice in Kenya during elections. I've been in Madagascar when Andry was elected. I've been in Uganda when there was rioting in the parliament. My take is. Avoid areas with government buildings, army barracks, presidential palaces etc. You should be good. Depending on the level of violence there can be a total lockdown, curfew etc. Shops closed. You are not going to enjoy it. All boites will be closed and chicas go into hiding. Stock up on food and water! for a couple if days. Make sure you'll have enough Telephone credit as everything might be closed. I'd stay in a quiet suburb or even outside the capital. I'd go to Labe or up the coast to Boffa. Usually the troubles if there are any are confined in the capital.

    Sir Neddy.

    Follow up the news

    https://guineematin.com/category/actualites/

    or

    http://www.lematinguinee.com/

  9. #43

    Elections

    I'm arriving in Guinea 3 days after the elections of 1 March and the referendum on a new constitution which is widely being opposed. I hope there's not going to be too many problems.

  10. #42

    Offers TAP airlines

    Some amazing deals to be had with TAP airlines from Paris. I'm seriously contemplating to book a ticket, departure in March, for 196 EUR. (You can check the TAP site for the cheapest dates and afterwards search through skyscanner for even better offers).

    From there I'd like to go to Sierra Leone. The Guinean visas (with the exception of the business visa) seem to be single entry visas and I would need to return. They also have a transit visa and a visa de debordement. It's not really clear to me what the difference is. I think I'll give the Guinean embassy a call tomorrow.

  11. #41

    Loso.

    Merci for your Guinea Reports! Hope I'll make it this Winter with my Nissan Patrol.

    Neddy.
    Pics?

    Other than accommodation Guinea should be dirt cheap. The currency is basically worthless.

  12. #40

    Tima

    After a long trip, I was dead tired as I arrived at Bembeya around midnight on a Friday night. As I sat down by the bar and ordered a local Guiluxe beer (30000 GNF), I barely had time to admire the fillies parading on the dance floor before a cutie hit on me. Even though I liked her pointy nose & slender figure, it was too early to commit myself. As the night progressed, one girl after another attempted to woo me by seductively rubbing her body against mine. I was spoilt for choice, yet undecided.

    Eventually, a tall beauty wearing an elegant, white dress attracted my attention. As we danced together, it turned out 19 yo Tima was my height (6 feet) with heels. I love those model type chicks! When Bembeya started emptying, Tima suggested we leave together. She asked for 300000 GNF, which sounded fair enough.

    As Tima was shy to reveal her naked body, I expected the worst, but she actually looked splendid naked. The sight of her slender, chocolate body inspired lust at first sight. I dove in between her legs and made her squeal with pleasure before ravishing her wet snatch. My ebony queen looked spectacular as she was riding me. After getting cum-sprayed, Tima took off her wig as she rushed to the bathroom. She actually looked super cute with a short brown & black Afro.

    I expected Tima to spend the night, but she couldn't. Experience would teach me STs are the norm in Conakry. Girls dress sexy for the disco. In this predominantly Muslim country, they couldn't possibly return home during the daytime wearing such provocative outfits. Oh well.

    Guinea added. Country #90.

    Loso

  13. #39

    Binta

    Walking into Bembeya on a Saturday night, the vibe was completely different from the night before. While there were plenty of girls and few guys on Friday, there seemed to be more sausages than donuts on Saturday. While girls were hitting on me non-stop on Friday, nobody approached me on Saturday.

    I spotted a tall & slender girl on the dance floor, dancing with a bold expat. When I talked to her as she was on the way to the bathroom, it turned out to be last night's honey Tima, wearing a different wig. I didn't even recognize her!

    A slutty blonde with an exquisite face was still solo. Binta was soon rubbing her ass against my crotch and passionately French kissing me. Binta had been to Morocco before, and started off asking for an astonishing 100 EUR! Since the dance floor was a pure sausage fest by now, my negotiating position was weak. I couldn't get Binta to accept 300000 GNF, but she was willing to settle for 400000 GNF.

    Binta's wild, blonde hair made her a photogenic babe. Her hard, athletic body with pert little titties turned me on. As my tongue caressed her clit, she was very quiet at first, but I finally made her squeal. I admired the view as my slutty Barbie displayed her rodeo skills, then banged her harder & harder until I erupted.

    Loso

  14. #38

    Adama

    On a quiet Sunday night, my previous crushes Tima & Binta were dancing with each other. Before they even spotted me, Adama had sunk her claws into me. Dark-skinned Adama had a striking face, and looked cute with a blonde ponytail. Many Guinean girls (or African girls in general) use skin-lightening cream. A local pensioner first complimented Adama on her natural, dark complexion, then called me "La nobilité de la pute" (nobility for hookers). I'm sure it was meant as an insult, but I thought it was funny as hell.

    Adama readily agreed to join me for 300000 GNF. Her exquisite facial features & radiant smile made her an ideal model. After the photo shoot, Adama announced she was hungry and insisted I join her in her hunt for food. I was not at all comfortable walking around at 3 AM, but Adama assured me Kaloum was perfectly safe, even at this late hour. After buying Adama street food, I was nevertheless relieved to make it back to the safety of my hotel.

    Adama had spent the evening drinking beers at Hôtel Petit Bateau, a charming hotel with an oceanside setting. You may want to add this hotel to your list of Conakry P4P venues. Adama didn't seem drunk, but she was! After dinner, she promptly fell asleep in a drunken stupor. After I managed to get her to undress, Adama dozed off once again. What's a horny guy to do with a sleeping doll? I banged her anyway. As she woke up early afternoon, the only thing Adama remembered was me wiping the cum off her body with tissue.

    Adama was quick to initiate the 2nd round. Well, the 1st round she'd actually remember. Since Adama stayed the night, I rewarded her with a nice tip. Adama turned out to be my one & only LT experience in Conakry. Going home in her sexy red dress during the daytime was of no concern. As far as I know, Adama was the only Christian girl I met in Conakry.

    Loso

  15. #37

    Mariam

    After visiting Freetown, I returned to Conakry on a slow Monday night. A curly-haired cutie looked familiar, yet different. It turned out to be Tima's best friend Mariam, wearing the wig Tima wore when we first met. Surprisingly, Mariam initially asked for 500000 GNF. She accepted the same fee her BFF received, though.

    As splendid as Tima looked naked, as horrible Mariam looked. Her tits were crumpled & sagging. Her stomach was riddled with stretch marks, exaggerated by the use of skin-lightening cream. Her 2-colored stomach was darker than the rest of her body. Mariam's legs showed all kinds of bumps & bruises as well. From the neck down, Mariam was possibly the ugliest girl ever.

    Luckily, Mariam's pussy was fresh & clean. After a soft BBBJ got me hard, the sex was perfunctory.

    Loso

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