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  1. #121

    Ouagadougou

    There's a huge influx of Burkino Faso girls because they duh live here. It has meant an increase level of girls in circulation happy to pass as much time as you want with them. Take a room at the Splendide or Hotel Yibi, you barely make it out the door to the maqui across the street or to the Nightclub Dingo before you'll have a date (or twosome). No postings here? The tin-tins too busy too bother, and can't blame them.

  2. #120

    Ivorians

    There's been a huge influx of Ivorians into BF these last few months, both male & female, people dissatisfied with the slow pace of change in their country following the end of the civil war.

    It has meant a increase in the level of crime, with more handguns in circulation, whereas previously the unfrequent muggings used to be at knive-point.

    Of course the girls are ready for anything, at any price.

  3. #119

    Music Hall

    The Music Hall has reopened under its old name and has some attractive waitresses. One called Marie and one called Florence are quite attractive and willing to join you on there day off, or before working hours.

  4. #118
    Quote Originally Posted by BusyBunny  [View Original Post]
    There are a few Nigerian girls along Avenue Kwame Nkrumah, not as many as there used to be.
    Ghanaian also.

  5. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by Blocker994  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I am heading to Ouaga for work for a while, don't speak a word of English, where would be the best place to find some English speaking action?
    There are a few Nigerian girls along Avenue Kwame Nkrumah, not as many as there used to be.

  6. #116

    Heading to Ouaga

    Hi guys,

    I am heading to Ouaga for work for a while, don't speak a word of English, where would be the best place to find some English speaking action?

  7. #115

    Azalai

    I have stayed at Aazalai recently. Lots of girls at night around the pool. Found a nice one called Daisy. Avoid Beatrice which is a bit aggressive. Hotel is girl-friendly but make sure that you stay with the same girl for the whole stay because they are angry and make problems if you choose another different one every night. Girls hanging there at night know each other pretty well.)

  8. #114

    Taxi Brousse

    Taxi Bousse is one place of encouter on Av. Kwame Nkrumah. It is owned by Z who also owns now Matata (dancing bar) and other places. Last time I picked a lady up at Taxi Bousse, it was a let down and she a had very exaggerated view on the value of her service. But, you might be lucky and meet a nice one. So best thing to do is, take your time, get some talk going before embarking on more serious things.
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  9. #113

    African women of the Savannah

    I like African women of this region, often tall and slim with full brests and a rond firm ass, not flabby or formless like Asian or European. This is a specime of the ass I like, the rest is very presentable also. We meet form time to time at the short time place previously mentioned.
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  10. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by Nongpagba  [View Original Post]
    There is a quite new short time hotel near the circulaire. Coming from Charles de Gaulle and turning right in Po direction you will eventually see on your right the Maison de la Femme, There U-turn right and right again to the Marsh Pension. Fanned room short time for 3. 000. Clean, hot shower, beear at reasonable price. Recommended!
    The economy must be improving.

    These are great economic indicators. Proliferation of short time hotels and ST and LT prices! LOL

  11. #111

    New Short time hotel

    There is a quite new short time hotel near the circulaire. Coming from Charles de Gaulle and turning right in Po direction you will eventually see on your right the Maison de la Femme, There U-turn right and right again to the Marsh Pension. Fanned room short time for 3. 000. Clean, hot shower, beear at reasonable price. Recommended!

  12. #110
    Thanks for the answer, I`ll try that I tell you how it goes.

    Does any one knows any massage parlor in Ouaga?

    Thanks!

  13. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by Repepito  [View Original Post]
    Hi everybody!

    I'm in Burkina for a while but my evenings are all taken, does anyone kwon where to find pros or semi-pros in Ouaga during day time?

    Thanks, this will help me very much!
    Day time is not a big deal in Ouaga. But you'll be very lucky around swimming pools in most of the hotels: azalai, splendid, pacific, palm beach and LAICO. Its the hot season, most of semi-pros and many other "normal" girls going to swim. You just have to sit around the pool, get a drink, and watch. Next step is getting a phone number, which is very easy, or you just discuss what you want.

  14. #108

    Day pros or semi pros

    Hi everybody!

    I'm in Burkina for a while but my evenings are all taken, does anyone kwon where to find pros or semi-pros in Ouaga during day time?

    Thanks, this will help me very much!

  15. #107
    I'm planning to stay in a french speaking African country for a few months after this summer. When picking a country the most important criteria are women (pros and non) , cost of living and general safety. Burkina Faso seems alright to me, but I'm also looking at Togo, Senegal, perhaps Benin, Cameroon.

    I would be very grateful for some points in good directions from you who have been to those places.

    And as for a guy who's going to Africa for the first time, I'm thinking about HIV. Should the % of HIV prevalence be taken into consideration for someone who will be using a condom every time?

    I chose the Burkina Faso thread because that's the place I'm leaning towards. Hopefully my request won't take us too far off topic.

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