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  1. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty Smith  [View Original Post]
    Hummel,

    A year is a long time in Francistown in my opinion. It may be small for you, depending on how you like to spend your time. Lots of opportunities to hobby though. Easy access to Gabs for the weekend and Zim on occasion.

    NS.
    Thanks for your advices guys. At the end I declined the offer and opted for the opportunity to go to Maputo, where I will go this summer.

    Best wishes,

    Hummel

  2. #63

    Better Botswana or Namibia for sex?

    I mean sex with no-pro and semi-pro. Thank you!

  3. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by HardDic  [View Original Post]
    Is there any pussy here because I cannot find any, or is it where I'm looking or the time I'm looking?
    If you can not find pussy in Gabs then you are doing something wrong.

  4. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by HardDic  [View Original Post]
    Is there any pussy here because I cannot find any, or is it where I'm looking or the time I'm looking?
    Yes but you need a bit of local knowledge. Bull and Bush pub for a start or the large hotel bars.

  5. #60
    Is there any pussy here because I cannot find any, or is it where I'm looking or the time I'm looking?

  6. #59

    Cresta

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter Bakwipi  [View Original Post]
    Hi everyone,

    I am in Gaborone for a few and I am staying at Cresta President Hotel. Is this hotel girlfriendly? Secondly, where can I get good Tswana women. Pros or non-pros. Even semi-pros.
    Just check the bar, no problem. Had a couple of pussy's there.

  7. #58
    Hi everyone,

    I am in Gaborone for a few and I am staying at Cresta President Hotel. Is this hotel girlfriendly? Secondly, where can I get good Tswana women. Pros or non-pros. Even semi-pros.

  8. #57
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  9. #56

    Francistown

    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty Smith  [View Original Post]
    Hummel,

    A year is a long time in Francistown in my opinion. It may be small for you, depending on how you like to spend your time. Lots of opportunities to hobby though. Easy access to Gabs for the weekend and Zim on occasion.

    NS.
    you're balls will stay empty!

  10. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by Old Pro  [View Original Post]
    1. The Tavern on Nyere Drive has been converted into offices. So forget about that one. A few Zim girls still hang around the parking bays at the back of the Choppies at night. They have rooms nearby. Car needed. Costs. P100 to P150 for a quickie. (Even a local would find it difficult to get anything for P50. Not impossible, but unlikely).

    2. Chez Ntemba is now called Trekkers but is basically the same place. Lots of non pro's / semi pro's / pro's. Costs. Free for non-pros. P250 upwards for semis / pros for all nighters. Watch for thugs.

    3. The Gaborone West Phase 1 Disco burnt down spectacularly. Lots of Zim street girls hang around opposite the Shell station at night, as always. P100 to P150 for a quickie. Most have rooms. You'll need a car.

    4. George's Bar (by Broadhurst Primary) has changed ownership and is now a shadow of it's former self. It's still open but has zero atmosphere, hardly any customers, and hardly any booze! It's quite a depressing place to be, especially if you knew how it was before, but bizarrely there always still seems to be one or two shagable non-pros / semi pros who pop in.

    5. Gabs Sun & Grand Palm Casinos. Always a few pro's and semi-pros either at the bar or sitting in front of gaming machines looking for business. All nighters from P250 upwards...
    I haven't been mongering in Bots for a while. It's good to catch up with the latest info. I heard about Chez Ntemba closing, I will look out for it next time am there just to check out the offers. I liked it because parking was usually not a problem unlike the Maruapula shopping centre. There used to be a club called Zebras on the Molepolole road. But that was a while back (maybe 10 years). And I agree about the secretaries. Absolutley easy prey.

  11. #54

    Francistown for a year

    Hummel,

    A year is a long time in Francistown in my opinion. It may be small for you, depending on how you like to spend your time. Lots of opportunities to hobby though. Easy access to Gabs for the weekend and Zim on occasion.

    NS.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hummel178  [View Original Post]
    Hi everybody,

    My company offered me the opportunity to work in Francistown for one year.

    Is it worthwile to stay there for such a long time?

    Thanks in advance,

    Hummel178

  12. #53

    Question on Francistown

    Hi everybody,

    My company offered me the opportunity to work in Francistown for one year.

    Is it worthwile to stay there for such a long time?

    Thanks in advance,

    Hummel178

  13. #52

    2013 Gaborone

    1. The Tavern on Nyere Drive has been converted into offices. So forget about that one. A few Zim girls still hang around the parking bays at the back of the Choppies at night. They have rooms nearby. Car needed. Costs. P100 to P150 for a quickie. (Even a local would find it difficult to get anything for P50. Not impossible, but unlikely).

    2. Chez Ntemba is now called Trekkers but is basically the same place. Lots of non pro's / semi pro's / pro's. Costs. Free for non-pros. P250 upwards for semis / pros for all nighters. Watch for thugs.

    3. The Gaborone West Phase 1 Disco burnt down spectacularly. Lots of Zim street girls hang around opposite the Shell station at night, as always. P100 to P150 for a quickie. Most have rooms. You'll need a car.

    4. George's Bar (by Broadhurst Primary) has changed ownership and is now a shadow of it's former self. It's still open but has zero atmosphere, hardly any customers, and hardly any booze! It's quite a depressing place to be, especially if you knew how it was before, but bizarrely there always still seems to be one or two shagable non-pros / semi pros who pop in.

    5. Gabs Sun & Grand Palm Casinos. Always a few pro's and semi-pros either at the bar or sitting in front of gaming machines looking for business. All nighters from P250 upwards.

    6. Club Zoom at the Maruapula shopping centre. Probably the best place to go nowadays to find a lady. It's a club in 2 sections. One side has dance music and the other side rock / soul music. Always packed. The car park outside usually has about a million people hanging around, which can be daunting but actually makes it safer. Once inside people are friendly and mix well. Lots of non-pro's / semi-pro's inside. P20 admission.

    6."Normal" bars. Bull and Bush always has pro's & semi pro's at the outside bar and the tables nearby. Also has non-pro's. News Cafe. More the kind of place you would take a date. Usually good food. They have a disco now on Fri (or is it Sat?) so you could possibly find a non-pro there if you are charming. Same with O'Hagans at Game City, Masa Centre, Fusion (formerly Fashion Lounge) and Boulevard in Phakalane. Plenty of non-pro's but it is not too difficult to find a lady if you are a foreigner. (The trick is getting them to go away afterwards). P. S. The chicks in Fusion at the weekend are like super models.

    OK, that's the bars. Other ways to find company. Try a website called Twoo. I think every single lady in Gaborone is on there looking for love. I also really liked that idea someone had of hanging around the bus station bridge at the end of the day (when all the hot secretaries are making their way home) and striking up a conversation with whoever. Pure genius. And now you everyone is funnelled through the Railway Mall so it is even easier. Thousands of hot women pass though that little section of the Mall every afternoon."Excuse me I'm new here and I don't know how to load air time on to my phone. Can you help. Thanks, and what is your number?". Like shooting fish in a barrell!

  14. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by BotsBoy  [View Original Post]
    (Don't pay more than P50. 00) , these you will have to find a place to go for a shag, best if you have a room somewhere.
    P50. 00 This is unbelievably cheap?

    Quote Originally Posted by BotsBoy  [View Original Post]
    Do me a favor and get some of their numbers, and post for me.
    Or better yet, get some photos of these potentially camera shy girls in this part of the world. A couple of beers will perhaps loosen them up and turn some of these darlings into super porno models.

  15. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Random Guy 23  [View Original Post]
    Someone mentioned a tavern on Nyerere Drive where there are pros. Could I please get more specific info? I drove the entire length of Nyerere a few times, and could not find a tavern.

    Thanks.
    If you drive past the Gabs Sun, on the opposite side there are street girls (Don't pay more than P50. 00) , these you will have to find a place to go for a shag, best if you have a room somewhere. And if you pass the Gabs sun on your right, take the next robot left, go till there is a shopping center (choppies) on your right, turn right at the robot, then left, and go behind the shopping center, there are some great Zim girls there and they have rooms close by. (again P50. 00) Do me a favor and get some of their numbers, and post for me. There is another place called Gorges but I have not been there. And another place which is quite hard to find.

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