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Naked Gunz
07-01-20, 04:30
Very fair offer, thank you very much. I actually came to the same conclusion that the price-value proposition in Nairobi is significantly better than in Mombasa, which I have said in the post below, too. Prices in Mombasa appear to be somewhat inflated, at least for more decent looking places. I had a look around the Airbnb website and have yet to find something reasonable in terms of price and value. I am from Thailand so usually $25 gets me something fairly nice, and I realize I am spoiled in this regard.As for my preference, I would of course prefer something safe and reasonably priced, say $30-night in a decent looking apartment with good access to Mombasa and up north. If you have an Airbnb recommendation for a host that can accommodate me and my steady flow of WG, that would be great and highly appreciated!I should have added that I have no interested staying in an Airbnb where the host is living next door or where the security tries to bully me each night into making a 500 KSH donation.I have never, ever had security try to hustle me for money. I did, however, give a few shillings once when the chic had no ID, but that was a hotel, which I stated can be a money pit full of problems. No, they value an easy job where they can sit on ass for no hard work just like anybody on this planet. True, Pattaya hotels prices are to die for, because of the proximity to each other, and shit-they get it! In Kenya you will find the opposite business sense. No tourists? Raise the price, let locals use the pool with their noisy kids, and give bad service. That's the ticket! This is the hidden price of phat bubble ghetto booty we all know and love, hehe!

Kommissar1231
07-01-20, 07:39
$30 a night airbnb will be your only option if you want to be near the beach in Bamburi area which is what I would do. You can get some local hotels in Mtwapa for that price if you want to be there in the hustle and bustle women aplenty. Thailand offers much much better accommodation than Kenya. When you going? I guess beforehand if you want me to s an airbnb to see what is available then can narrow you down to a few.Do you have a specific recommendation? As long as it is decent and safe. I will be fine with it. I will be going end of September.

By the way, a hotel room in TH that's fairly decent goes for 1,000 THB a night and the equivalent costs about 2-3 k THB in Mombasa. Just wow.

Mombie75
07-02-20, 10:27
Do you have a specific recommendation? As long as it is decent and safe. I will be fine with it. I will be going end of September.

By the way, a hotel room in TH that's fairly decent goes for 1,000 THB a night and the equivalent costs about 2-3 k THB in Mombasa. Just wow.Kenyan hotels are poor standard compared to Thailand when it comes to like for like in price. For a good room in a Kenyan hotel you will pay $50+ where as in Thailand $25 gets you the equivalent.

Food in Thai, and is far better than Kenya and cheaper too, massages are very much like for like. Women are cheaper in Kenya, Mombasa girls will go for 2-3 k that is like 750 b.

You want to go to Mtwapa or stay nearer the beach?

Kommissar1231
07-02-20, 18:21
You want to go to Mtwapa or stay nearer the beach?Honestly, I don't care.

Leblon
08-07-20, 00:48
https://kcaa.or.ke/quarantine-exempted-states

If you are from these countries, you don't need two weeks quarantine in arrival, that is how I understand this.

Is there anybody in Mombasa yet, what is situation there?

Big Tree hotel is still closed, they will open again but they don't tell when, maybe they have not decided.

Cheers is closed still I guess, like every bar. So better to locate to Mwtapa town, I think? Lot of girls living there.

Are hotels there open? Or apartments?

Neddy69
08-07-20, 09:51
https://kcaa.or.ke/quarantine-exempted-states

If you are from these countries, you don't need two weeks quarantine in arrival, that is how I understand this.

Is there anybody in Mombasa yet, what is situation there?

Big Tree hotel is still closed, they will open again but they don't tell when, maybe they have not decided.

Cheers is closed still I guess, like every bar. So better to locate to Mwtapa town, I think? Lot of girls living there.

Are hotels there open? Or apartments?Spot on. But still curfew and no alcoholic beverages. But sure you can drink a Soda. Until curfew that is. There should be loads of hungry pussy around. Take 2 for one. LOL. Next week I'll have boots on the ground. KQ KLM TURKISH QUATAR LH will start or fly already into NBO.

Zimzam
08-07-20, 16:26
From Safari Inn:

+++ NEWS +++.

We're open for Lunch 🍽 until 7 pm; but strictly no alcohol sale.

I heard that you can buy beer etc in the shops, to take to your home.

I once suggested some managers to add zero-alcohol beer to their drinks-card.

Of course a ridiculous idea for many Kenyans, but it would be better to drink when you get fed up with drinking soft-drinks, water, coffee etc.

Zimzam
08-07-20, 16:53
The question is not only: "can I fly to there", but also: "can I get back to where I came from? ".

Travis McGee
08-10-20, 12:14
Has anyone tried Escort Mombasa? https://escortmombasa.wixsite.com/kenya It appears to be a service that provides women to The New Big Tree Beach Resort. https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/ Any on either the resort or the escort service would be most appreciated. Thanks.

Zimzam
08-10-20, 13:21
Has anyone tried Escort Mombasa? https://escortmombasa.wixsite.com/kenya It appears to be a service that provides women to The New Big Tree Beach Resort. https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/ Any on either the resort or the escort service would be most appreciated. Thanks.Yes, I just received that message also.

They state they can provide everything like Escort, Pool Parties, Massage and even car rentals, Safaris and transfers to the airport.

I wonder if they can operate like this as "The adults-only resort in Mombasa, Kenya, the home of beautiful ebony women. " and " do you want to organize with your friends a fantastic bachelor party with a lot of pussy without spending exorbitant amounts? Escort Mombasa gives you the opportunity to do it by organizing a party in a villa with a private swimming pool surrounded by the chicks chosen by you. ".

Probably they have good connections.

Here is a drone-video of what is left of the Big Tree.

https://youtu.be/JQVacOhfzuY

Neddy69
08-10-20, 21:48
Has anyone tried Escort Mombasa? https://escortmombasa.wixsite.com/kenya It appears to be a service that provides women to The New Big Tree Beach Resort. https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/ Any on either the resort or the escort service would be most appreciated. Thanks.In short words. Forget it. Thats not a sustainable business model in Kenya. The operators would find themselves in no time in front of the law courts for operating an illegal brothel. Or they spend vast sums on kito kidogo. You as a customer of such a resort would find yourself possibly also in a cozy African prison cell with about 40 inmates shitting in bucket in the corner until being released for a suitable fee.

Neddy.
And who needs such a useless service at inflated prices in Africa were pussy is in abundance on every street corner.

Ioneto
08-11-20, 15:59
In short words. Forget it. Thats not a sustainable business model in Kenya. The operators would find themselves in no time in front of the law courts for operating an illegal brothel. Or they spend vast sums on kito kidogo. You as a customer of such a resort would find yourself possibly also in a cozy African prison cell with about 40 inmates shitting in bucket in the corner until being released for a suitable fee.

Neddy.
And who needs such a useless service at inflated prices in Africa were pussy is in abundance on every street corner.Right, maybe a resort in Kenya would be more successful where you don't get bothered by girls! (LOL).

Pedro534
08-16-20, 22:35
Hello everyone,

I couldn't stand sitting at home any longer, therefore I took the decision to.

Fly to Mombasa coming Wednesday.

I already read what I can expect regarding restrictions like ban on alcohol, curfew, etc.

Could someone tell me what it looks like in Mombasa / Mtwapa right now in terms of getting girls?

Where can you find them if not by Dating sites?

Bars along the beach are open?

In your opinion, is it worth to come to Mtwapa at this time of crisis?

Thanks a lot for your answer (s) in advance!

Bulik
08-17-20, 14:47
In short words. Forget it. Thats not a sustainable business model in Kenya. The operators would find themselves in no time in front of the law courts for operating an illegal brothel. Or they spend vast sums on kito kidogo. You as a customer of such a resort would find yourself possibly also in a cozy African prison cell with about 40 inmates shitting in bucket in the corner until being released for a suitable fee.

Neddy.
And who needs such a useless service at inflated prices in Africa were pussy is in abundance on every street corner.Totally agree Neddy. Pussy is the most available thing in Kenya why pay more than taxi money.

Leblon
08-19-20, 10:25
Yes, I just received that message also.

They state they can provide everything like Escort, Pool Parties, Massage and even car rentals, Safaris and transfers to the airport.

I wonder if they can operate like this as "The adults-only resort in Mombasa, Kenya, the home of beautiful ebony women. " and " do you want to organize with your friends a fantastic bachelor party with a lot of pussy without spending exorbitant amounts? Escort Mombasa gives you the opportunity to do it by organizing a party in a villa with a private swimming pool surrounded by the chicks chosen by you. ".

Probably they have good connections.

Here is a drone-video of what is left of the Big Tree.

https://youtu.be/JQVacOhfzuYNotice that there is no swimming pool in Big Tree, so this private villa for parties has to be somewhere else.

I joined this Escort service by curiosity to see what girls are there available. I changed my account as private there, since I found out that all the other members can see my name there if I have normal account. I recognized one girl there and contacted her in whatsapp, I know her number. She told me that she is really participating that service, so they are not fake fotos. I did not asked prizes or anything else since I can contact her privately if needed.

I hope that somebody would answer Pedro's question, how is situation in Mombasa now. I personally guess that it is better to go to Mwtapa town, if all the bars are closed. Many girls live there. Other big source is Bamburi town but Mwtapa is better and more developed I think, and there are more musungus. Nyali shopping centers? But Nyali is difficult, you cannot know if girl is after all deeply religious family girl, making scandal if you try to approach.

AttilaTheHun
08-19-20, 19:21
Neddy,

How widely English spoken in countries like Uganda in Kenya? All levels of society or only the middle class and up or spoken mostly by the educated class. ? Thanks.

Neddy69
08-19-20, 20:35
Neddy,

How widely English spoken in countries like Uganda in Kenya? All levels of society or only the middle class and up or spoken mostly by the educated class. ? Thanks.English is spoken by everybody in Kenya as well as Uganda.
In both countries it's official government language. Uganda was a British protectorate. Kenya was the former British colony of British East Africa. In Kenya all schools teach English and Kiswahili. In addition everybody speaks tribal languages and on the coast also Arabic. In Uganda English is spoken very widely plus Luganda and other tribal languages as well to a lesser extent Kiswahili.
Neddy.

AttilaTheHun
08-21-20, 16:08
English is spoken by everybody in Kenya as well as Uganda.
In both countries it's official government language. Uganda was a British protectorate. Kenya was the former British colony of British East Africa. In Kenya all schools teach English and Kiswahili. In addition everybody speaks tribal languages and on the coast also Arabic. In Uganda English is spoken very widely plus Luganda and other tribal languages as well to a lesser extent Kiswahili.
Neddy.So everyone in all corner and lever of society in Kenya and Uganda speaks at least 2 languages. Local tribal language and English. On top of that all Kenyans speak Swahili but not everyone speak it in Uganda. Depending the location some Kenyans also speak Arab. Thanks.

Zimzam
08-22-20, 10:05
As far as I can see now on Flightradar24 the only international flights operating to Mombasa these days are the Ethiopian Airways flights from Addis Ababa.

FrenchTeam
08-25-20, 16:32
Skyscanner is showing flights.

I might get made redundant in a month, so I'm looking at Kenya in detail right now.

Leblon
08-26-20, 21:35
English is spoken by everybody in Kenya as well as Uganda.
In both countries it's official government language. Uganda was a British protectorate. Kenya was the former British colony of British East Africa. In Kenya all schools teach English and Kiswahili. In addition everybody speaks tribal languages and on the coast also Arabic. In Uganda English is spoken very widely plus Luganda and other tribal languages as well to a lesser extent Kiswahili.
Neddy.We need to add Tanzania here also. Then we have all three countries in East Africa where English is spoken relatively well.

In Rwanda French is more useful still. Ethiopia, English is not so well spoken, I have not visited for long time.

Other countries. Somalia and Somaliland. Somalia, don't go there. Somaliland is relatively safe but very very boring, that is what I have heard from people living there.

Mosambique, I don't know anything except that they speak Portuguese. Some Kenyans called it fourth world country.

Big Congo. There are several girls from Congo or from border of the Congo in Mombasa (Uganda), they are the darkest one, I know many of them. I would like to visit Congo some day but will it ever be safe? Swahili is spoken in east side of big Congo, French in west side.

Leblon
08-26-20, 21:39
As far as I can see now on Flightradar24 the only international flights operating to Mombasa these days are the Ethiopian Airways flights from Addis Ababa.Did you checked Nairobi flights? Most of the international flights to Kenya go to Nairobi. From there you can take connecting flight to Mombasa. Or take train. Flights are not so overbooked and expensive anymore after Chinese build this nice railroad between Nairobi and Mombasa, already many years.

I have used that Ethiopian Airways flight often, you need to wait in Addis Abeba boring airport a couple of hours for connecting flight to Mombasa.

Zimzam
08-26-20, 22:27
Did you check Nairobi flights? Most of the international flights to Kenya go to Nairobi. From there you can take connecting flight to Mombasa.

I have used that Ethiopian Airways flight often, you need to wait in Addis Abeba boring airport a couple of hours for connecting flight to Mombasa.Actually I am trying to avoid Nairobi, especially staying there overnight at the airport.

Now I am able to fly from my point of departure to Mombasa via Addis in a total of 12 hours, and even only 11 hours total on the way back.

It's no problem to spend a few hours at Addis airport, it's even better now as the extension has been completed, more place to sit or to relax and to have a cappuccino.

My favourite flights would be via Qatar however, but they are not yet flying to Mombasa now.

I am just waiting now to be more sure about the conditions for returning to Europe and also of course how the corona situation is developing in Kenya. Earlier it was announced that they expect the peak of the cases in September.

So just wait & see.

Zimzam
08-27-20, 18:29
https://escortmombasa.wixsite.com/kenya It appears to be a service that provides women to The New Big Tree Beach Resort.


In short words. Forget it. Thats not a sustainable business model in Kenya. The operators would find themselves in no time in front of the law courts for operating an illegal brothel..Spot on. This site has already been removed and cannot be found anymore on Internet.

BTW, the photo on the opening page of the "normal" Big Tree website (https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/) shows a beautiful picture of a tropical resort, which is definitely not Big Tree.

It is a photo that is used on hundreds of websites advertising tropical holidays.

Leblon
08-27-20, 19:50
https://escortmombasa.wixsite.com/kenya It appears to be a service that provides women to The New Big Tree Beach Resort.

Spot on. This site has already been removed and cannot be found anymore on Internet.

BTW, the photo on the opening page of the "normal" Big Tree website (https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/) shows a beautiful picture of a tropical resort, which is definitely not Big Tree.

It is a photo that is used on hundreds of websites advertising tropical holidays.Not only that, if you look "Rooms" section of the web page, they are for sure not Big Tree rooms. Nice modern rooms, even mosquito net in the one room.

Big Tree huts and rooms are old and no mosquito net in any of them, only mosquitos.

But part of the web page have real Big Tree info, like videos have Big Tree waiters (some of them fired already).

I asked from the manager by email if they have renovated the rooms, but he did not answer.

Also, why is it possible that using this web page you can make reservations, since Big Tree is still closed. I have asked manager by email when they will open, but he only says "Soon".

I have used only Big Tree for accommodation in Mombasa, many years now.

Neddy69
09-28-20, 20:25
Rais Uhuru (may mungu bless him) shorted the curfew. Now it is from 11 pm to 4 am. Further all drinking dens are declared open. Happy times. Give it a few weeks and Mombasa will be fine as chicas will flock back to their working places.

Neddy.

Steve Ohh
09-29-20, 06:17
Rais Uhuru (may mungu bless him) shorted the curfew. Now it is from 11 pm to 4 am. Further all drinking dens are declared open. Happy times. Give it a few weeks and Mombasa will be fine as chicas will flock back to their working places.

Neddy.Also bars and restaurants are open now until 22 o'clock.

https://nation.africa/kenya/news/covid-19-uhuru-extends-curfew-by-60-days-reopens-bars-2373712

Leblon
10-04-20, 12:04
My "agents" tell that Cheers is open and Casourina is open, also clubs opposite of Casourina. I don't trust totally my agents, since they are telling me also that Big Tree is open, but manager there emailed me that they are opening after two weeks. I saw some video from Cheers with band playing, so at least Cheers is open. My usual daily or night routine when I was in Mombasa last time: First Big Tree beach bar, then Cheers, then Casourina. That would be difficult to do now when places close so early.

My agents tell me that there are lot of people in bars and big party going on. As said, I am not trusting all this information, because my agent's goal is to get me to travel there and spend lot of shillings on them and with them.

But, it could be that it would already bearable to stay there, even fun?

Seems like nobody there yet from Forum?

Steve Ohh
10-04-20, 12:35
Infos from another board.

Big tree is closed.

Safari inn is open.

Casaurina Is open.

Generell it is quite right now. Some restaurants are well visited and hotels some are still closed. But it becomes better now because of the new rules.

Leblon
10-16-20, 11:31
Big Tree is supposed to open tomorrow, 17 of Oct.

Zimzam
10-18-20, 12:39
All clichees & stereotypes in one video.

https://youtu.be/pat2c33sbog

Steve Ohh
10-21-20, 01:10
On Friday there are new rules probably.

https://www.kenyans.co.ke/news/58380-nairobi-mombasa-part-five-counties-staring-lockdown

Carioca34
10-21-20, 17:49
Can someone please recommend a girl friendly hotel that is centrally located and walking distance if possible to the beach, restaurants, and night spots where the girls hang out. Thanks. I have never been to Mombasa so I don't know if everything is centrally located or spread out.

Mombie75
10-21-20, 20:55
Can someone please recommend a girl friendly hotel that is centrally located and walking distance if possible to the beach, restaurants, and night spots where the girls hang out. Thanks. I have never been to Mombasa so I don't know if everything is centrally located or spread out.What is your budget?

Ideally you need to be on Bamburi beach. Sai Rock apartments, Kahama hotel, few others as well.

There is no central location as such as you have the nightlife in Mtwapa and Nyali which are about 10 miles apart. Bamburi beach is between these obviously on the beach.

Steve Ohh
10-22-20, 12:32
Can someone please recommend a girl friendly hotel that is centrally located and walking distance if possible to the beach, restaurants, and night spots where the girls hang out. Thanks. I have never been to Mombasa so I don't know if everything is centrally located or spread out.Here is a short list of hotels.

https://www.girlfriendly-hotels.com/en/kenya-mombasa-mtwapa-bamburi/

Nightlife is in Mtwapa.

Beach is Bamburi Beach.

You need two travel between and there is also nyali and shanzu. That is the northern part of Mombasa.

Leblon
11-05-20, 20:30
What I have heard is that curfew time has changed one hour earlier. Curfew starts at 10 pm so bars close at 9 pm. Before times were 11 pm and 10 pm.

Mombie75
11-05-20, 22:52
What I have heard is that curfew time has changed one hour earlier. Curfew starts at 10 pm so bars close at 9 pm. Before times were 11 pm and 10 pm.Correct. They have gone back to the previous times of a month or so ago.

Neddy69
11-06-20, 09:51
What I have heard is that curfew time has changed one hour earlier. Curfew starts at 10 pm so bars close at 9 pm. Before times were 11 pm and 10 pm.That will be decisive in the fight against Covid. Huahahaha. But the worst is yet to come. Today I saw a circular that from January 1st 2021 Kenya is (trying)? To switch again to full E-Visa. That means no VOA any more. The airlines are already informed to deny boarding to anybody who has no pre-approved E-Visa. An absolutely dumb move to make it even harder to enter Kenya. It seems they want to kill off the last remnants of tourism. Tanzania will love it.

Neddy.

Zimzam
11-14-20, 12:52
A message from Rudolf Safari Inn:

From now until further notice we don't have Live Bands. Ministry of health in Mombasa has banned all music and dancing!

Himbersaft
11-14-20, 16:05
A message from Rudolf Safari Inn:

From now until further notice we don't have Live Bands. Ministry of health in Mombasa has banned all music and dancing!Follow the statment from the Coast Regional Coordinator John Elungata in the newspapper about partylife:

https://nation.africa/kenya/counties/mombasa/bars-shut-coast-flouting-covid-19-rules-3018762

Pleasure12
11-14-20, 19:00
Big Tree is supposed to open tomorrow, 17 of Oct.Big tree is open, Casuarina is open. Prices are really down, tourists are mainly off.

Mombie75
11-15-20, 11:08
Big tree is open, Casuarina is open. Prices are really down, tourists are mainly off.Prices of what are down?

SceticoBlu
11-15-20, 13:49
Prices are really down, tourists are mainly off.In Mombasa prices of accomodation rise the less tourists come.

I was told BT asks 8. 500 in the so called high season of Decembre.

Mombie75
11-15-20, 14:02
In Mombasa prices of accomodation rise the less tourists come.

I was told BT asks 8. 500 in the so called high season of Decembre.Prices from around Dec 20 to Jan 4 have always went up for accommodation as a lot of Nairobians generally head to the coast. This year may be different in whether they travel, we shall see.

Also, a lot of hotel managers are not able to discount prices as they are under orders from owners. If they discount then the owners think they are being scammed as they are not usually around to check.

Himbersaft
11-15-20, 16:37
In Mombasa prices of accomodation rise the less tourists come.

I was told BT asks 8. 500 in the so called high season of Decembre.There is a high season on the Kenya cost, due to the fact that a lot of Nairobi residents on the coast over Christmas / New Year.

Normaly every Hotel, Restaurant, Bar and the Beaches a full with Nairobians until the first days in January.

SceticoBlu
11-28-20, 13:26
Most shops between Kahama and beach are closed. Allmost no massage ladies around. Just to have an idea how tourism is down.

ChelNam
11-28-20, 21:49
I didn't go to Mtwapa tonight and probably won't ever again since I don't see the Clydesdale that are Luo women there, at least from what I've seen. Most are slim and petite and probably cater to the whites. I went to Bamburi a couple times that past couple weeks but all I see if three maybe 4 walkers and again, they're not as thick as I like so I went to the island tonight. Now I'm seeing ass and hips from the local girls. I was told about Casablanca and Florida but I only went to the former. Empty really but I found the Clydesdale that I wanted. Didn't smash but took her number, In the age of corona, I want to know what's a good price to bring her to my spot. I went to sabasaba. I'm a Haitian-American but I dress like a Nigeria due to the African-wear so I blend in, if you will. Saw another Clydesdale as a walker. Didn't smash bc I'm just collecting intel. And number. I want to see how far I can go tomorrow.

Neddy69
01-06-21, 07:24
Finally. The law caught up with two of Bamburis finest. LOL. They probably looking at transfer to Mandera.

https://nation.africa/kenya/counties/mombasa/two-police-officers-arrested-for-extorting-sh106-000-from-foreigner-3247556?view=htmlamp

Neddy.

Leblon
01-20-21, 20:26
I spend one and half week in Diani this January 2021. Curfew is affecting life but not as much as I thought.

Eating has to be done before 20.30, then restaurants don't take orders anymore. I ate in Baharini shopping center restaurants, Aperito and Havana.

Nightlife, there are clubs that are open whole night. When the police come collect money outside the club, music is silenced and everybody are little worried if they come inside. Only one club has lot of people, and everybody go there. I would say that same amount of girls there like there was before in Diani during the week, enough to get a new one once and while. Diani has always been little quiet place. Party was very good sometimes, just like in normal times. Police silenced party twice a night normally, with the outside bribery visit, sometimes for a long time.

I never saw police stops when I went to home at night from that club. One musungu couple told me that they saw police stop one night but policew did not stopped them. I always kept ten thousand shilling with me in case I would have get stopped at night. Could be only five thousand.

I walked in beach a lot, there were massage girls with full service for one thousand. Not very young and not very good looking but I did not care with that price.

There was never ever police in the beach trying to get me payment for not using mask. Also in many places, mask is needed when you enter, after that nobody cares if you take it off. Only in Safaricom office they told me to keep mask on.

I had not been in Kenya and in Diani for a long time. For beach bars, Forty Thieves remains closed and sadly locals say that it probably will stay closed for a years, no resolution found in the court case. Bidibadu was closed, King for Love looked empty. Amigos was new place for me, that seemed to gather musungus who wanted to chill in the beach cheaply.

Diani is like small village, I saw several people many times a day, in same restaurants, in same supermarket in the Baharini shopping center, then later at the night in that most favourite night club. I got tired of seeing same guys and visiting same places all the time. But Diani is very nice, beautiful and peaceful place, and there are girls available. I used beach massage places in daytime (without any massage), and I was every night in that most favourite club, sometimes taking girl, sometimes not.

I don't write name of that most favourite club because I am unsure if some of Kenya's finest is reading these reports. But it is easy to find out if you go to Diani, everybody know. Or you can pm to me if you want to know.

Leblon
01-20-21, 21:01
Report from North Beach. Curfew is affecting, but just like in Diani, there are places open for a whole night.

Big Tree beach bar has girls like always, same musungus and some girls every day, some different girls every day. Cheers is open and have girls like always.

Casorina is open, there are girls, but party time is short, just a couple of hours, then curfew time comes. Then most of the people go to one club in short way from Mwtapa, short way by motobike taxi. I saw most of the people there which I had seen in Casourina, and then some more. I rented room from that place, cost me 3500 shillings, lousy room, at least there was airconditioning. It was last Saturday night that I was there. For very long time, like hours, music was stopped. That was boring, people were just sitting in the tables, no dancing. They told me that police was visiting outside, and that normally there was no interrupts in music like in that night. I should have not taken that room since curfew is finished at 4 am and I was still drinking that time, I could have just taken taxi to my hotel.

There were lot of people, and kind of nice club, but toilets were quite terrible. And if you go there take lot of mosquito repellent with you.

Taxi driver told me that after something like 22.30 or 23 o'clock he is not worried about police anymore, they go to sleep. Only in main roads there are police stops. So they are driving some Sanzu roads and other roads to avoid main road. I was told that motobike taxis, they don't even care about police stops, they just drive through, police can't stop them. Too wild for me.

So there is this one club in Mwtapa that people go, and then there is club in Nyali, in one very big hotel. Sadly, there is this bridge over creek in Mtwapa town, there is no road that you could go around that. So for me, if I go to that Mwtapa club I have to stay until four, no crazy motorbike taxi for me driving through police stop. That Nyali club I have not yet visited. I am in Bamburi beach in one hotel, so from Nyali club I could come to hotel earlier maybe, avoiding police stops.

I have walked bamburi beach now once. Police here don't care about tourist image of the place, I have heard stories that they are looking for musungus walking in beach without mask. Five thousand if you have cash, visit to station and twenty thousand if you can't pay immediately. There are massage ladies in the beach offering special massage for one thousand, just like in Diani.

JohnReter335
01-20-21, 21:19
Most shops between Kahama and beach are closed. Allmost no massage ladies around. Just to have an idea how tourism is down.Yes this pandemic has ruined the world economy.

Chris P
01-20-21, 22:42
There are massage ladies in the beach offering special massage for one thousand, just like in Diani.Thanks for the great reports. Can I ask, when you say "special" massage, is that with happy ending?

Leblon
01-21-21, 11:17
Thanks for the great reports. Can I ask, when you say "special" massage, is that with happy ending?In my case, happy ending with oral massage, with no cover. Actual sex would have been available also, but that was enough for me every time.

I have never been interested of normal muscle massage, I go to massage places only for happy ending.

Golds
01-21-21, 11:31
I was wondering if you guys use covered sex with African girls?

I went 2 times to Mombasa and always used a condom.

CrazyMan
01-21-21, 12:17
I was wondering if you guys use covered sex with African girls?

I went 2 times to Mombasa and always used a condom.Yes that is the one thing that scares me like fuck about myself. I have slept with more girls than I can count in Thailand and surroundings since 1997. And in 60% of the cases in the heat of the moment I just entered without, even when the condom was right there. I have been lucky apart from some minor things never had a big thing.

Now with my recent experience of African girls. If they are all that passionate and wet in bed. I will be in there without protection even faster. I have read about 10% of the populace is HIV positive so this could cause me serious problems.

How strict are the girls about condoms? I have been on a few telegram groups lately and many girls advertise with. I have recent HIV test so no condom no problem. So I am fearing they do not care either.

Mombie75
01-21-21, 14:06
HIV prevalence rate in Kenya is 5-6%. I always use a condom and there has been times the girl was not sure if I was and they always insisted. I have never tried to start without to see their reaction.

I've just had 3 weeks on Bamburi beach and there less girls about than I have ever known in 20 years. Big tree and cheers are dead for the most part. I did not try the Nyali bars but did see girls heading to Anuba / Hypnotica. Casarina busy 8 pm to 9 pm.

These days I day hunt anyways on the streets or at the shops.

The massages are top notch, 1000 for 1 hour. I never bother asking for a happy ending so don't know if they all do so or not, if there is extra charge.

Mombie75
01-21-21, 14:08
The Police are trying to hit tourists with mask fines. Do not tell people when you are flying out. They will try to catch you on your last day and hit you for 20 k. They know your flying so they will keep you so as you miss your flight unless you stump up. They know 20 k is less than a new flight booking and redoing covid tests.

Possessed Seoul
01-22-21, 04:30
Have you considered PrEP? I have gay friends in my home country who swear by it, they are in an open relationship and have gone nuts since they have been on it. The risks of contracting HIV through heterosexual encounters are far lower, especially for males, so it sounds like a no-brainer to me if you are going to bareback in Africa.


Yes that is the one thing that scares me like fuck about myself. I have slept with more girls than I can count in Thailand and surroundings since 1997. And in 60% of the cases in the heat of the moment I just entered without, even when the condom was right there. I have been lucky apart from some minor things never had a big thing.

Now with my recent experience of African girls. If they are all that passionate and wet in bed. I will be in there without protection even faster. I have read about 10% of the populace is HIV positive so this could cause me serious problems.

How strict are the girls about condoms? I have been on a few telegram groups lately and many girls advertise with. I have recent HIV test so no condom no problem. So I am fearing they do not care either.

Tinte
01-22-21, 09:39
The Police are trying to hit tourists with mask fines. Do not tell people when you are flying out. They will try to catch you on your last day and hit you for 20 k. They know your flying so they will keep you so as you miss your flight unless you stump up. They know 20 k is less than a new flight booking and redoing covid tests.My vacation in places like that always lasts 4 Weeks or more and I have been here bevor. Often you get asked about it.

All of a sudden I am gone.

It hit me once, a year later when a beach Boy asked me the following year " Were have you gone last time? " - " My business needed my urgently " .

Tinte / Black ink.

Bach123
01-22-21, 10:18
I've been to Kenya, although not for mongering (as a tourist). I'm interested in going back in about a month or so. I read like ten pages of ISG and still a bit confused, and wanted to ask:

For a Mombasa newbie, so many people are recommending Mtwapa. Some people recommend other areas like the Bamburi beach or Nyali. Some people just recommend approaching girls and working it that way. For a Mombasa newbie and the current pandemic issue in the area, what's the best places to find women? I use badoo and tinder, but when you're there, where are the best places open now and areas in Mtwapa to hunt and in the general area? I'm use to the Pattaya / AC / FKK sort of thing and trying to break into Mombasa but all feels a bit confusing. TIA!

Blakman
01-22-21, 20:23
Will love to hear your findings about Mombasa.


I've been to Kenya, although not for mongering (as a tourist). I'm interested in going back in about a month or so. I read like ten pages of ISG and still a bit confused, and wanted to ask:

For a Mombasa newbie, so many people are recommending Mtwapa. Some people recommend other areas like the Bamburi beach or Nyali. Some people just recommend approaching girls and working it that way. For a Mombasa newbie and the current pandemic issue in the area, what's the best places to find women? I use badoo and tinder, but when you're there, where are the best places open now and areas in Mtwapa to hunt and in the general area? I'm use to the Pattaya / AC / FKK sort of thing and trying to break into Mombasa but all feels a bit confusing. TIA!

Mombie75
01-22-21, 21:41
Will love to hear your findings about mombasa.If you are going to Kenya for first time Blakman be careful as you may not automatically get 3 months visa (might change now fully online applications are done, I'm not sure) but what they started to do the last year or so was write "one month" on the visa in your passport. Be aware of this. Though as I state it could be different now they are fully done online.

Mombie75
01-22-21, 21:49
I've been to Kenya, although not for mongering (as a tourist). I'm interested in going back in about a month or so. I read like ten pages of ISG and still a bit confused, and wanted to ask:

For a Mombasa newbie, so many people are recommending Mtwapa. Some people recommend other areas like the Bamburi beach or Nyali. Some people just recommend approaching girls and working it that way. For a Mombasa newbie and the current pandemic issue in the area, what's the best places to find women? I use badoo and tinder, but when you're there, where are the best places open now and areas in Mtwapa to hunt and in the general area? I'm use to the Pattaya / AC / FKK sort of thing and trying to break into Mombasa but all feels a bit confusing. TIA!Mtwapa if you don't mind a dusty higher concentration of people and girls. Approach them anywhere and everywhere. Casaurina bar still gets busy.

Bamburi beach if you like staying by the beach (do not confuse with Bamburi itself, different place) Cheers and Big Tree are here but they are quiet these days.

Nyali is a bit more upmarket area but has a beach too. Has Naivas complex for 2 bars. Good bar at Reef hotel to if it is still going.

Badoo and Tinder work well.

Do not expect anything like Thailand.

Leblon
01-23-21, 12:43
I visited Moonshine yesterday. Same as before, there are people, some western folks and local people in groups. Only couple of working girs. This is more like a place to go with girls, not a place to find them. As always there was goodlooking western bartender, model girl with height of 189 cm, so she told me.

Before Moonshine was open later, but then police came and made problems. So now it close after 9 like other places, or 10 o'clock. So there is no place in Nyali anymore that is open in curfew hours, this was the place that I mentioned before.

I visited in Bamburi town or community, with this bar with brasilian name. There would have been rooms available to drink and spend time, I went to see there. Small rooms with aircons and tv and sofas. No people, so I just left.

As Mombie75 wrote, it is quiet in Mombasa, and very boring compared to normal times. Curfew makes everything difficult. Still, it so much better compared to situation in Western countries, like my own country. So far I am happy that I came here.

I was considering Dar es Salaam, there would be full freedom. But I like personally Mombasa much more.

Diani is more free than North Beach at least at the moment, but as I wrote it is much smaller place.

Leblon
01-23-21, 12:59
Mtwapa if you don't mind a dusty higher concentration of people and girls. Approach them anywhere and everywhere. Casaurina bar still gets busy.

Bamburi beach if you like staying by the beach (do not confuse with Bamburi itself, different place) Cheers and Big Tree are here but they are quiet these days.

Nyali is a bit more upmarket area but has a beach too. Has Naivas complex for 2 bars. Good bar at Reef hotel to if it is still going.

Badoo and Tinder work well.

Do not expect anything like Thailand.Mwtapa. If somebody has not been in developing country before, Mwtapa town is maybe too much. Some would call it a slum or ghetto. I remember in this forum somebody complained bitterly that he was adviced to go to Mwtapa, he was shocked of all the dirt and noise that was in Mwtapa town.

Normally I would advise first timer to take a beach hotel in Bamburi beach (as Mombie said, not from Bamburi, that is another ghetto). Then visit Mwtapa town and other places from that hotel. But this curfew makes everything little difficult.

Diani alias South Beach alias Ukunda is quite easy place to handle, there everything is nice calm. But everything is in smaller scale.

Diani can be visited also from North Beach for a one day or one night trip.

I remember when I came first time to Mombasa, I was so confused when I tried to sort out these places. Diani and Mwtapa are really far of each others, and still they are used under the name of Mombasa. Mombasa town, Nyali, Bamburi beach. It is confusing first.

Maybe somebody should write a Mombasa guide of geographical locations?

Mombie75
01-23-21, 15:02
Mombasa is actually an Island, the airport is on the Island. Mombasa Town as it is it known.

Diani, Diani Beach, Ukunda, essentially all the same place, referred to as either depending on what name they use is on the South Coast. From Mombasa Island you need to use the ferry to get here. You can cross in a car on the ferry. There is also now a footbridge to walk across. Airport to here is about 1.5 hrs by car.

North coast, you can simply drive here from the airport on Mombasa (Island) as there is a bridge off the Island.

On the North coast coming from Mombasa / Airport you will come up the one road that goes all the way to Malindi.

Driving, In this order.

Island to Nyali 10 mins, another 5 minutes to Bamburi Beach, 5 minutes on to Shanzu, 5 minutes on to Mtwapa. You can then head approx 45 minutes up to Kilifi, 45 minutes on to Malindi.

Himbersaft
01-23-21, 16:58
Maybe somebody should write a Mombasa guide of geographical locations?Everyone is one time a newbie, so why need the new generation of monger now for all a diaper?

Newbies move your ass and find out whats go on in the world and dont ask 100 question with the result you never move your ass from the sofa.

PimpGreen
01-23-21, 22:40
Is there anyway in Mombasa to get a COVID test and results within 24 to 48 hrs?

Mombie75
01-24-21, 11:01
Is there anyway in Mombasa to get a COVID test and results within 24 to 48 hrs?Yes. Go to Mombasa hospital or Aga Khan hospital in Town or Gertrudes children's hospital in Nyali.

Himbersaft
01-24-21, 15:10
Is there anyway in Mombasa to get a COVID test and results within 24 to 48 hrs?When you stay in Mombasa you can go to Coast General Teaching & Referral Hospital.

When you stay nord coast you can go to Premier Hospital Nyali.

Pcdilwj
01-25-21, 18:11
Some background I'm a 63 year old white man from the USA with below average looks.

This is my list of favorite destinations if I was in my 30 or 40 s the list would be different.

This list is the total package accommodation, food the price of beer and price of entertainment.

In the last 3 years I have been to all the places on my list.

1. Mtwapa (2 visit).

Meet girls online, beach, on the street everyway also girlie pickup bars food is so cheap here.

The dollars is strong here.

2 Kampala (1 visit).

Meet girls on line some great clubs where you can meet non working girls also they have girlie.

Pickup bars cheapest place to drink beer that I've been the dollars is very strong here the best value for.

A all night visit.

3 Nairobi (3 visit).

Meet girls one line a lot of clubs to meet normal girls and oh course black diamond to meet working girl.

K1 is a good place to meet women also pro and non pro since its a big city kinda expensive.

4 Cebu (10 visit).

Really focus on the dating sites so many women also can meet at the mall some girlie go go.

Bars but a waste of time. Also they have some nice disco to go but be careful of the lady boys.

It s easy to get around Cebu the the air con taxi are very cheap for a western the dollars is ok here.

5 Angeles city (15 visit).

If I was in my 30 or 40 it may be at the top of my list around 100 girlie go go bars you pick a girl on the stage.

Agree on the terms off you go 20 years ago good value now the price and gone up so much.

Also a lot of expats live in angles so whatever country you are from you can find someone from your country.

6 Montego bay Jamaica (6 visits).

Meet girls on line a couple of good clubs you can meet non pro girls also you can meet some girls at he beach.

Its close to the states so I never have jet lag can hit the ground running only place I don't drink beer the rum is.

Good and cheap I don't really like the beer red stripe also the dollars is very strong here hotels are over priced.

7 Pattaya (2 visits).

So many bars and massage parlors like being a kid in a candy store the best value is soi 6. In all my travels the best value for a nice cheap clean hotel is Pattaya the only English the Thai women know is short times ehheheh the price of.

Entertainment is high for short time nice to see the girls in the bar dancing in the nude the dollars value not to good.

8 Bangkok (2 visit) it s ok for a short time to visit a lot of streetwalkers some nice girlie go go bars but to many lady.

Boys Nana plaza is ok and soi cowboy is ok dollars is very weak here.

9 manila (10 visit) if you like big crowded cities whit awful traffic its the place for you.

Meet girls at the mall and online or go to la cafe a huge pickup place.

Makati has girlie bars.

On my list of place to go is Bali and the Ukraine and south Africa.

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Leblon
01-26-21, 19:18
Some background I'm a 63 year old white man from the USA with below average looks.

This is my list of favorite destinations if I was in my 30 or 40 s the list would be different.

This list is the total package accommodation, food the price of beer and price of entertainment.

In the last 3 years I have been to all the places on my list.

1. Mtwapa (2 visit).

Meet girls online, beach, on the street everyway also girlie pickup bars food is so cheap here.

The dollars is strong here.

2 Kampala (1 visit).

Meet girls on line some great clubs where you can meet non working girls also they have girlie.

Pickup bars cheapest place to drink beer that I've been the dollars is very strong here the best value for.

A all night visit.

3 Nairobi (3 visit).

Meet girls one line a lot of clubs to meet normal girls and oh course black diamond to meet working girl.

K1 is a good place to meet women also pro and non pro since its a big city kinda expensive.

4 Cebu (10 visit).

Really focus on the dating sites so many women also can meet at the mall some girlie go go.

Bars but a waste of time. Also they have some nice disco to go but be careful of the lady boys.

It s easy to get around Cebu the the air con taxi are very cheap for a western the dollars is ok here.

5 Angeles city (15 visit).

If I was in my 30 or 40 it may be at the top of my list around 100 girlie go go bars you pick a girl on the stage.

Agree on the terms off you go 20 years ago good value now the price and gone up so much.

Also a lot of expats live in angles so whatever country you are from you can find someone from your country.

6 Montego bay Jamaica (6 visits).

Meet girls on line a couple of good clubs you can meet non pro girls also you can meet some girls at he beach.

Its close to the states so I never have jet lag can hit the ground running only place I don't drink beer the rum is.

Good and cheap I don't really like the beer red stripe also the dollars is very strong here hotels are over priced.

7 Pattaya (2 visits).

So many bars and massage parlors like being a kid in a candy store the best value is soi 6. In all my travels the best value for a nice cheap clean hotel is Pattaya the only English the Thai women know is short times ehheheh the price of.

Entertainment is high for short time nice to see the girls in the bar dancing in the nude the dollars value not to good.

8 Bangkok (2 visit) it s ok for a short time to visit a lot of streetwalkers some nice girlie go go bars but to many lady.

Boys Nana plaza is ok and soi cowboy is ok dollars is very weak here.

9 manila (10 visit) if you like big crowded cities whit awful traffic its the place for you.

Meet girls at the mall and online or go to la cafe a huge pickup place.

Makati has girlie bars.

On my list of place to go is Bali and the Ukraine and south Africa.

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Is that list in some order, best places first? Or no specific order.

Of East Africa's Big Four, I would put order to first Mombasa, then Kampala, Dar es Salaam, Nairobi. Many people have different order of course.

Pcdilwj
01-26-21, 21:30
Dar es Salaam is missing from the list, then all four East African mongering places are in the list.

Is that list in some order, best places first? Or no specific order.

Of East Africa's Big Four, I would put order to first Mombasa, then Kampala, Dar es Salaam, Nairobi. Many people have different order of course.The list is my ranking of the places I have been so Mtwapa is at the top Manila is at the bottom of my list Dar es Salaam is a place I would be interested in going also. I do understand people will have different rankings. I thought when I put my list together its places where I could stay from one to two months and have a good time and also great value for a retire person.

And also put some thought in the strength of the us dollar in my rankings.

Kalamaris87
01-27-21, 23:32
Hi guys,

Been reading this forum for a while now and it is really entertaining. Thank you for that, hopefully it stays that way.

I am researching my next travel destination and somehow this time Kenya and especially Mombasa got me hooked. I will travel with my best friend, who is the same age.

I consider myself as a part-time monger. During the day I like being active. No interest at all spending time with a girl. That attitude changes completely in the night.

Me I am hooked, but my best friend he still has some doubts. He doesn't think Mombasa and the area around it don't have enough activities to offer.

After some hours of google I might think he is right, as it doesn't look like there is much to do at day time.

Maybe the experts here can give me some advice how to fill a two weeks trip to Kenya, without getting bored at one point.

Thanks in advance.

K.

Neddy69
01-28-21, 07:15
Hi guys,

Been reading this forum for a while now and it is really entertaining. Thank you for that, hopefully it stays that way.

I am researching my next travel destination and somehow this time Kenya and especially Mombasa got me hooked. I will travel with my best friend, who is the same age.

I consider myself as a part-time monger. During the day I like being active. No interest at all spending time with a girl. That attitude changes completely in the night.

Me I am hooked, but my best friend he still has some doubts. He doesn't think Mombasa and the area around it don't have enough activities to offer.

After some hours of google I might think he is right, as it doesn't look like there is much to do at day time.

Maybe the experts here can give me some advice how to fill a two weeks trip to Kenya, without getting bored at one point.

Thanks in advance.

K.Bored? How can it be? You can do any kind of imaginable activity in Kenya. Except skiing. Bring loads of money.

Go on safari.
Go hiking.
Go Swimming in clubs in the sea.
Learn french in the Alliance.
Jog on the beach.
Go sailing on a traditional dhow.
Play Tennis.
Play Golf theres loads of excellent places.
Go high sea fishing.
Go scuba diving.
Buy a dirt bike and explore the hinterland.
Rent a light aircraft and fly.
Learn Kiswahili.
Watch TV Theres Satellite TV packages there with loads of channels.
Visit Mombasa Old town
Visit Haller Park
Take a trip to
Diani
Watamu
Malindi
Lamu

If you're bored in Kenya you're probably too dumb to live.

Ask your life licence to be revoked. LOL.

Neddy.

Kalamaris87
01-28-21, 11:57
Bored? How can it be? You can do any kind of imaginable activity in Kenya. Except skiing. Bring loads of money.

Go on safari.
Go hiking.
Go Swimming in clubs in the sea.
Learn french in the Alliance.
Jog on the beach.
Go sailing on a traditional dhow.
Play Tennis.
Play Golf theres loads of excellent places.
Go high sea fishing.
Go scuba diving.
Buy a dirt bike and explore the hinterland.
Rent a light aircraft and fly.
Learn Kiswahili.
Watch TV Theres Satellite TV packages there with loads of channels.
Visit Mombasa Old town.Thanks for your reply Sir Neddy.

Those options sound all nice and would be certainly fun. But I try to understand the whole situation. I have read many posts like don't go to the hinterland, don't walk here and there, even in daytime, it's dangerous here and dangerous there. Only use Uber to move around. Stuff like that. And on the other hand side you suggest buying a dirtbike and explore the hinterland and go hiking. It's sounds for me a bit paradox. Can you really move that freely to do all those activities?

Naked Gunz
01-28-21, 15:33
Bored? How can it be? You can do any kind of imaginable activity in Kenya. Except skiing. Bring loads of money. If you're bored in Kenya you're probably too dumb to live. Ask your life licence to be revoked. LOL.Neddy.Simple search on Mr. Google will find tons of shit. Visit the old Fort Jesus with your best TnA that you can tolerate being around. There is a new skydiving club in Basa too. Me? I just like to fuuuuuuck! Step 1. Find hot tang. Step 2. Shag long and oh so well. Step 3. Rinse, repeat and go back to Step 1. I love my life!.

Neddy69
01-28-21, 19:11
Thanks for your reply Sir Neddy.

Those options sound all nice and would be certainly fun. But I try to understand the whole situation. I have read many posts like don't go to the hinterland, don't walk here and there, even in daytime, it's dangerous here and dangerous there. Only use Uber to move around. Stuff like that. And on the other hand side you suggest buying a dirtbike and explore the hinterland and go hiking. It's sounds for me a bit paradox. Can you really move that freely to do all those activities?Africa is dangerous. You might get killed and robbed anytime. Don't go there.

Neddy.

Mombie75
01-28-21, 19:37
Thanks for your reply Sir Neddy.

Those options sound all nice and would be certainly fun. But I try to understand the whole situation. I have read many posts like don't go to the hinterland, don't walk here and there, even in daytime, it's dangerous here and dangerous there. Only use Uber to move around. Stuff like that. And on the other hand side you suggest buying a dirtbike and explore the hinterland and go hiking. It's sounds for me a bit paradox. Can you really move that freely to do all those activities?Mombasa is safe as long as you use common sense. Don't be flash, don't wander off at night into strange areas.

DzikaBomba
02-12-21, 16:34
I'm here my second day. Yesterday nothing Happens, because I was to tired from the travel.

Today I had some Badoo contacts, but only one replied and after a few messages she was offline and later she said tomorrow.

Casuarina ist empty as the bars on the other side of the street.

I'm Sitting here maybe Something Happens later.

Security in casuarina Said Girls don't come because there are no customers for them.

You have some advice? Asking boda boda Driver?

DzikaBomba
02-12-21, 19:17
I was Sitting other side of causarinas and from 7:30: PM Things are Starting to get better and I met some nice Girl for the night.

Leblon
02-15-21, 09:55
I was Sitting other side of causarinas and from 7:30: PM Things are Starting to get better and I met some nice Girl for the night.Causarina, action is from 19.30 until 20.45. So have to hurry when picking girls. After Casourina, some people go to club in Postal street, starting with Z. Everybody knows place.

Even more people go to club little outside Mwtapa, costs you 100 shilling by motorbike ride. Everybody know this club, some people even don't go to casourina on weekends, they go there directly.

Those places are open whole night.

But, last Saturday night that club outside the Mwtapa got raided by police. Everybody were running away or hiding in buildings. Police arrested many people, also musungus. So it could be that not so many people go there for a little time.

DzikaBomba
02-15-21, 14:00
Causarina, action is from 19.30 until 20.45. So have to hurry when picking girls. After Casourina, some people go to club in Postal street, starting with Z. Everybody knows place.

Even more people go to club little outside Mwtapa, costs you 100 shilling by motorbike ride. Everybody know this club, some people even don't go to casourina on weekends, they go there directly.

Those places are open whole night.

But, last Saturday night that club outside the Mwtapa got raided by police. Everybody were running away or hiding in buildings. Police arrested many people, also musungus. So it could be that not so many people go there for a little time.Thanks!

Yes I noticed that the picking time at casuarina is very Short.

You have to go and to choose.

What I'm missing is getting some kind of ST. When you Go to Casuarina there are only LT on offer.

And I don't always want to take a girl overnight.

You know how to get ST at day time? Also PM me please If you know.

The one I had last night LT from casuarina didn't want to give me her number (So when I want to fuck today again I have again to go to Casuarina to look for LT.

With the curfew there is no ST option.

Chris P
02-15-21, 20:46
Thanks!

Yes I noticed that the picking time at casuarina is very Short.

You have to go and to choose.

What I'm missing is getting some kind of ST. When you Go to Casuarina there are only LT on offer.

And I don't always want to take a girl overnight.

You know how to get ST at day time? Also PM me please If you know.

The one I had last night LT from casuarina didn't want to give me her number (So when I want to fuck today again I have again to go to Casuarina to look for LT.

With the curfew there is no ST option.Thanks for update, I'm hoping to get back to Mombasa in May or June. I like LT. Couple of rounds at night and again in the morning before sending them on their way. What are the LT prices like in Casaurina? I guess there aren't many guys around so you can get a bargain. Is Sheba open?

Mombie75
02-15-21, 21:18
As curfew is 10 pm maybe they are worried if you leave Causarina at 9 pm then it is too risky for a ST and they don't get home in time?

ST I usually pay 2 k, I don't do LT but if so I would give 2 k or 3 k.

DzikaBomba
02-16-21, 03:41
As curfew is 10 pm maybe they are worried if you leave Causarina at 9 pm then it is too risky for a ST and they don't get home in time?

ST I usually pay 2 k, I don't do LT but if so I would give 2 k or 3 k.I had a really tight 21 year old hard Body and she First asked for 50 dollar LT.

Then quoted 3000 ksh and I offered 2500 which she accepted.

Yesterday I did nothing because today at 5:30 am my day trip is Starting, so I needed a good test.

Covid is no problem Here haha. In casuarina they did a booty Shake kontest. That was awesome!

Leblon
02-17-21, 16:04
Thanks!

Yes I noticed that the picking time at casuarina is very Short.

You have to go and to choose.

What I'm missing is getting some kind of ST. When you Go to Casuarina there are only LT on offer.

And I don't always want to take a girl overnight.

You know how to get ST at day time? Also PM me please If you know.

The one I had last night LT from casuarina didn't want to give me her number (So when I want to fuck today again I have again to go to Casuarina to look for LT.

With the curfew there is no ST option.Musungus go to Big Tree beach bar on daytime, so girls follow. Some day many girls, some day empty. Depends also if sun is shining or not. And Cheers maybe, they are close each others. That is some distance from Mwtapa town, I don't know where are shorttime places in Mwtapa?. In Postal road there are lot of cafes and bars where are lot of foreigners sitting by the street, so girls follow there also, I assume.

Copacapana beach? Could there be many girls?

Collect phone numbers from girls all the time, even if you are not going to take them that night. Also if you see pretty girls in the street or shops. Then when you need short time, start to call them, one of them should be available.

Negative side of this calling to somebody is that if they promise to come "immediately", that means minimum an hour. If they promise to come "soon", maybe four hours. And then at the end not come at all.

PM me f you want to know name of those places that most of the girls after Casorouina closes.

DzikaBomba
02-17-21, 20:15
Musungus go to Big Tree beach bar on daytime, so girls follow. Some day many girls, some day empty. Depends also if sun is shining or not. And Cheers maybe, they are close each others. That is some distance from Mwtapa town, I don't know where are shorttime places in Mwtapa?. In Postal road there are lot of cafes and bars where are lot of foreigners sitting by the street, so girls follow there also, I assume.

Copacapana beach? Could there be many girls?

Collect phone numbers from girls all the time, even if you are not going to take them that night. Also if you see pretty girls in the street or shops. Then when you need short time, start to call them, one of them should be available.

Negative side of this calling to somebody is that if they promise to come "immediately", that means minimum an hour. If they promise to come "soon", maybe four hours. And then at the end not come at all.

PM me f you want to know name of those places that most of the girls after Casorouina closes.Thanks. No, I'm ok after the Curfew. I don't want to try to get into troubles Here.

Today The picking time in Casuarina was extremely short!

Until 19:30 - 19:45 the place was very empty. Than a few Girls arrived, but not much. And at 20:45 they already turned the Lights on! Not many people there et all. Interesting is that you have to leave the place with a mask on, but staying inside without is ok. I don't understand that.

I found one which I liked. I offered her 2000 LT which she accepted.

28 year old, with one Child. But great body, without Baby damage and a small ass Like I like them!

I fucked Here two times and she Said I'm crazy haha. Now she is Destroyed sleeping, while I'm watching TV.

What's also interesting is that I had always very tight pussys Here. I didn't expected that Here in Africa and I'm on the smaller side.

DzikaBomba
02-18-21, 13:06
Is there some kind of a weekly market or a market where I can buy fake clothes?

They should have Something Like that similar to Asia, but I couldn't find.

Leblon
02-19-21, 14:10
Thanks. No, I'm ok after the Curfew. I don't want to try to get into troubles Here.

Today The picking time in Casuarina was extremely short!

Until 19:30 - 19:45 the place was very empty. Than a few Girls arrived, but not much. And at 20:45 they already turned the Lights on! Not many people there et all. Interesting is that you have to leave the place with a mask on, but staying inside without is ok. I don't understand that.

I found one which I liked. I offered her 2000 LT which she accepted.

28 year old, with one Child. But great body, without Baby damage and a small ass Like I like them!

I fucked Here two times and she Said I'm crazy haha. Now she is Destroyed sleeping, while I'm watching TV.

What's also interesting is that I had always very tight pussys Here. I didn't expected that Here in Africa and I'm on the smaller side.When you leave Casourina, police is often (always?) outside watching who leaves without mask. If you leave without mask, police will arrest you, unless you pay them money. That is why bouncers check that everybody have mask when leaving, they don't want their customers to get in trouble with police.

Mombie75
02-19-21, 17:10
Is there some kind of a weekly market or a market where I can buy fake clothes?

They should have Something Like that similar to Asia, but I couldn't find.No they do not have such in Mombasa. You could go in to Town and look at the small clothing stalls / shops locals have but the majority is second hand. You won't get the fake designer stuff like in Asia.

Jersey86
02-22-21, 07:28
Hey,

I'm planning a trip to Mombasa in October. Hopefully ill be vaccinated by then and the worst of COVID will be over, fingers crossed.

I have a few questions:

Hotel vs Airbnb. What do you recommend? Does the average Airbnb host have issues with a guest bringing over a new girl every day? Does hotels? I'm planning on renting a whole apartment. I won't be partying and probably not even drink alcohol. I assume security guards are common, will they have issues with me bringing local girls over?

What part of the town / area to stay in / avoid? Any particular unsafe areas to avoid? What are the nicer parts of the area, with restaurants and bars?

Prep and Doxycycline: I'm having trouble finding online vendors in Europe, anyone have any suggestions? Can I buy Doxycycline in Mombasa easily and cheap?

Best dating app: What's the best dating app for picking up girls for LT?

Safari: I'm planning on staying for 2 weeks, so I'm considering going on a safari, any suggestions? Is it even worth in the area? Anything else non-sex / touristy stuff worth doing in Mombasa? Maybe a short trip to Nairobi?

Mombie75
02-23-21, 14:13
Hey, Hotel vs Airbnb. What do you recommend? Does the average Airbnb host have issues with a guest bringing over a new girl every day? Does hotels? I'm planning on renting a whole apartment. I won't be partying and probably not even drink alcohol. I assume security guards are common, will they have issues with me bringing local girls over? What part of the town / area to stay in / avoid? Any particular unsafe areas to avoid? What are the nicer parts of the area, with restaurants and bars? Prep and Doxycycline: I'm having trouble finding online vendors in Europe, anyone have any suggestions? Can I buy Doxycycline in Mombasa easily and cheap? Best dating app: What's the best dating app for picking up girls for LT?
Safari: I'm planning on staying for 2 weeks, so I'm considering going on a safari, any suggestions? Is it even worth in the area? Anything else non-sex / touristy stuff worth doing in Mombasa? Maybe a short trip to Nairobi?Hotel or Abnb being girl friendly, that depends on the hotel and the airbnb so no obvious answer really. Security guards are usually fine, buy them a soda or give them a dollar and keep them happy every few days.

Areas, nicer area is Nyali, or stay around Bamburi beach if you like the beach and fresh air, stay in Mtwapa if you want to get a more local feel.

All safe during day, at night use boda bike or uber as its cheap and cuts out any hassle.

Meds I never bother with antimalarials, sleep under a net you will be fine.

Apps I use badoo, always worked for me.

If you want a safari I can give you a reputable rep.

DesasterArea
02-24-21, 11:41
Hey guys,

I am currently planning to make my first visit to Mombasa as soon as the COVID-situation calms down a bit. I started informing myself some weeks ago. ISG is a good source of information but you have to read ALOT as there are of course some discussions going as well. I usually prepare myself by summing up all useful information in a document (usually PDF) so I can open it on my mobilephone.

Below you find a Link to my kind on dropbox. I included the best ways to find girls, some restaurants, maps etc. If anybody hast additional things to add please post the information and I will update the file. Much appreciated would be: additional ways to find girls (Apps, websites), Tricks to find girls via Apps from your home country without paying, any other bars or clubs for girls, restaurants you recommend, girl-friendly airBnB or hotels. Just any information you think would be useful.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/1y0ncvo1oo7004z/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0

Naked Gunz
02-24-21, 15:40
Hotel vs Airbnb. What do you recommend? Does the average Airbnb host have issues with a guest bringing over a new girl every day? Does hotels? I'm planning on renting a whole apartment. I won't be partying and probably not even drink alcohol. I assume security guards are common, will they have issues with me bringing local girls over?What part of the town / area to stay in / avoid? Any particular unsafe areas to avoid? What are the nicer parts of the area, with restaurants and bars?
Prep and Doxycycline: I'm having trouble finding online vendors in Europe, anyone have any suggestions? Can I buy Doxycycline in Mombasa easily and cheap?Best dating app: What's the best dating app for picking up girls for LT?Safari: I'm planning on staying for 2 weeks, so I'm considering going on a safari, any suggestions? Is it even worth in the area? Anything else non-sex / touristy stuff worth doing in Mombasa? Maybe a short trip to Nairobi?I have never used anti-malaria or a net in Kenya since 2005 when I hit the ground running. Prep? Just lucky. I have Tinder Gold. At least 60 in line waiting when I'm in Kenya. Try a Ft. Jesus tour. Safari? You can see wild animals on nature TV. I think that would be to boring alone. I hunt for the kitty kat.

DzikaBomba
02-25-21, 05:45
I don't know what's the thing with the Wuhan flu and why you are want to wait until it calms down here.

It could not be more calm here as it already is!

Nobody cares and the people are not dying like flies. I have never heard about anyone sick here.

Masks are only worn to protect from the Police haha.

Just come and stop wasting your time.

CleanShave
02-25-21, 08:57
Is there anyway in Mombasa to get a COVID test and results within 24 to 48 hrs?I think Mombasa Hospital is the only one which is linked to the certificate to leave Kenya.

You can go 8. 00 am-2. 00 pm. Or 9. 00 am-12.00 noon at weekends.

Cost is 7500 shillings.

You then have to pick up the hard copy 24 hours later.

DesasterArea
02-25-21, 09:57
I think Mombasa Hospital is the only one which is linked to the certificate to leave Kenya.

You can go 8. 00 am-2. 00 pm. Or 9. 00 am-12.00 noon at weekends.

Cost is 7500 shillings.

You then have to pick up the hard copy 24 hours later.I updated my PDF-Guide with this information as well as some basic info about Prep:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/8t7d6bkqadf6e0i/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0

Zimzam
02-25-21, 17:30
Much appreciated would be: additional ways to find restaurants you recommend Here is some more info:

Some more Restaurants:

More expensive:

*Moorings (the floating Restaurant near the bridge in Mtwapa).

La Marina, Mtwapa,* at the Creek.

Monsoon, some say the best restaurant in Mtwapa,* at the Jumba Historical Site,*nice place at the beach* (take the North road, turn right* at the weighbridge).

La Veranda, Italian food, behind City Mall
Yul's, Bamburi Beach.

Moderate priced Restaurants:

La Follia* at the Mtwapa Mall.

Makuti Hidden Restaurant, in the small road near Wellfit Bakery Mtwapa, German style food of varying quality.

10th Street Fast Food, Good hamburgers & chips. , behind City Mall, near La Veranda.

Safari Inn, Swiss style food, Shanzu Beach.

Cheers, Bamburi Beach, opposite Police Station.

Big Tree,* at the beach, behind Cheers.

WellFit Bakery, Mtwapa, for coffee & cakes.

Cheap Restaurants:

Small Restaurant under Eagles Nest Bar, good food for little money.

Grilled chicken, next to Naiz, opposite Casuarina.

Many small places* at Cobacabana Beach.

Very relaxed place at the far end: The Crab's Den, good samozas.

To Spend the day* at the Beach:

Continental Resort, you can have a beachbed under umbrella for free, if you have some drinks and / or food* (good samozas.).

Big Tree.

Clinic.

OASIS Clinic, on the North Road, right side behind Danka's*They can give PREP etc. Also free supply of condoms, even female condoms.

DesasterArea
02-25-21, 18:18
Thanks ZimZam. I added your restaurants (along with the addresses I could find off the internet) and the clinic.

Did another update to the file:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/e4b76jc6qc3pd8e/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0

PimpGreen
02-25-21, 20:36
I think Mombasa Hospital is the only one which is linked to the certificate to leave Kenya.

You can go 8. 00 am-2. 00 pm. Or 9. 00 am-12.00 noon at weekends.

Cost is 7500 shillings.

You then have to pick up the hard copy 24 hours later.It doesn't matter now, it's illegal for me to leave the UK where I'm based due to COVID lockdown, I'm hoping we'll be allowed to travel around Mid May or June.

I've had my COVID vaccination jabs now, hopefully Kenyan government will let us in again without all the hassles.

Naked Gunz
02-26-21, 13:33
Here is some more info:More expensive:*Moorings (the floating Restaurant near the bridge in Mtwapa).Very nice place, especially at night. Try to find a hot classy girl, and not a regular hoe for this place.

Leblon
02-26-21, 15:18
Thanks ZimZam. I added your restaurants (along with the addresses I could find off the internet) and the clinic.

Did another update to the file:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/e4b76jc6qc3pd8e/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0I liked that map that gives the big picture of the Mombasa, I was so confused myself when I arrived first time to Mombasa. South beach? Mwtapa?

Places that are missing:

Two most important clubs from Mwtapa at the moment: Zodiac and Greenwood.

In Bamburi beach, Char Choma is now most favourite beach restaurant to eat, live music on Wednesday and Friday. Place to go with girl, not to look for girl.

Nyali: Escape club and Jumeirah.

Diani: Most important club at the moment: Manyatta.

Forty Thieves and Bidibady closed, Amigos and Nomads are beach bars to go at the moment.

DesasterArea
02-26-21, 17:33
I liked that map that gives the big picture of the Mombasa, I was so confused myself when I arrived first time to Mombasa. South beach? Mwtapa?

Places that are missing:

Two most important clubs from Mwtapa at the moment: Zodiac and Greenwood.

In Bamburi beach, Char Choma is now most favourite beach restaurant to eat, live music on Wednesday and Friday. Place to go with girl, not to look for girl.

Nyali: Escape club and Jumeirah.

Diani: Most important club at the moment: Manyatta.

Forty Thieves and Bidibady closed, Amigos and Nomads are beach bars to go at the moment.Thanks Leblon. Are the mentioned clubs (Zodiac, Greenwood, Escape club, Jumeirah and Manyatta) good places to hunt for girls? What about the beach bars? Will update on Monday to see if more info are coming in until then.

Leblon
02-28-21, 15:01
Thanks Leblon. Are the mentioned clubs (Zodiac, Greenwood, Escape club, Jumeirah and Manyatta) good places to hunt for girls? What about the beach bars? Will update on Monday to see if more info are coming in until then.In Mwtapa, Greenwood and Zodiac are places to find girls.

Escape and Jumeirah are more like to go with your own girl.

Manyatta in Diani is the main place for night life and finding girls.

PiereLang
03-03-21, 12:08
Very good platform. Unfortunately the link does not work.


Hey guys,

I am currently planning to make my first visit to Mombasa as soon as the COVID-situation calms down a bit. I started informing myself some weeks ago. ISG is a good source of information but you have to read ALOT as there are of course some discussions going as well. I usually prepare myself by summing up all useful information in a document (usually PDF) so I can open it on my mobilephone.

Below you find a Link to my kind on dropbox.

Mr Matrix
03-03-21, 17:04
Very good platform. Unfortunately the link does not work.Try again works fine for me. And thanks OP for your work putting it together.

Leblon
03-05-21, 12:02
Has someone visited Lamu recently from Mombasa? I have read that best way is to go to Malindi and take flight from there?

Any hotel to recommend? I am planning to travel with girl since I have impression that it is very islamic and religious place? So no girls, no drinking?

Pokeris
03-06-21, 18:16
Has someone visited Lamu recently from Mombasa? I have read that best way is to go to Malindi and take flight from there?

Any hotel to recommend? I am planning to travel with girl since I have impression that it is very islamic and religious place? So no girls, no drinking?Yes the best way was fly from malindi. I been here few years ago also take girl with me from watamu and after both fly to lamu from malindi.Now they have direct flights from Mombasa to lamu with skyward express .before they have few bars here and alcohol was served also have one floating bar in ocean couple hundred meters away from shore any local boat man can take you here. Some food stores sell alcohol too. Lamu was nice for couple of days after get bored. Its possible to get some girl even here but quality and selection will be low so better take girl with you.

https://www.skywardexpress.co.ke/

DesasterArea
03-08-21, 12:44
Did another update to the "Kenya for first timers" file.

Thanks to all who contributed info so far. Will do further updates if more info comes in.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vwi47ppo4zuwyd6/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0

Leblon
03-08-21, 13:45
Yes the best way was fly from malindi. I been here few years ago also take girl with me from watamu and after both fly to lamu from malindi.Now they have direct flights from mombasa to lamu with skyward express .before they have few bars here and alcohol was served also have one floating bar in ocean couple hundred meters away from shore any local boat man can take you here. Some food stores sell alcohol too. Lamu was nice for couple of days after get bored. Its posible to get some girl even here but quality and selection will be low so better take girl with you.

https://www.skywardexpress.co.ke/There are two flights from Malindi to Lamu, I took morning fligth with fly540.com, flying at 10.40. That skywardexpress is cheaper, it flies at afternoon at 15 or 16 o'clock.

I haven't taken any flights back yet, let's see how long before I get bored. If we start to fight with girl I am planning to book a bus ride for her back and stay there alone.

Bus is much more cheaper, but I have read from newspaper that you need to have police escort for cars going between Malindi and Lamu. And in newspaper there was a story that bus passengers on one day had to wait for many hours for police escort to arrive.

Any recommendation where to take hotel from there. I guess just cheapest one from center?

Zimzam
03-08-21, 17:18
Did another update to the "Kenya for first timers" file.

Thanks to all who contributed info so far. Will do further updates if more info comes in.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vwi47ppo4zuwyd6/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0Just remembered some restaurants in Mombasa Town.

Medium priced: The Blue Room, well known, good mainly Indian style food, like Chicken Tika etc. Along the main Diga Road, corner with Haile Selassie Rd.

Restaurant next to Fort Jesus and some in the Old Town nearby.

At the other side of the Creek, past the New Nyali Bridge, both at the water side:

Several restaurants at the English Point complex, at the water, opposite Fort Jesus, like Cafe Arabika, for good Cappuccino etc. Also a Pizza restaurant there.

More near the bridge is the Tamarind Restaurant, supposed to be one of the best restaurants in Mombasa and thus quite expensive.

DesasterArea
03-12-21, 09:44
Just remembered some restaurants in Mombasa Town.

Medium priced: The Blue Room, well known, good mainly Indian style food, like Chicken Tika etc. Along the main Diga Road, corner with Haile Selassie Rd.

Restaurant next to Fort Jesus and some in the Old Town nearby.

At the other side of the Creek, past the New Nyali Bridge, both at the water side:

Several restaurants at the English Point complex, at the water, opposite Fort Jesus, like Cafe Arabika, for good Cappuccino etc. Also a Pizza restaurant there.

More near the bridge is the Tamarind Restaurant, supposed to be one of the best restaurants in Mombasa and thus quite expensive.OK. I will have a look to get some names I. E. "Restaurant next to Fort Jesus" could maybe be "The Fort Seafood Restaurant and Pizzeria" at the roundabout.

Zimzam
03-12-21, 16:13
OK. I will have a look to get some names I. E. "Restaurant next to Fort Jesus" could maybe be "The Fort Seafood Restaurant and Pizzeria" at the roundabout.The one at the entrance of Fort Jesus is Karibu Old Town Restaurant, the one at the water side is Forodhani Restaurant.

DesasterArea
03-15-21, 12:01
Hey guys,

Thanks for all the contributions. I did another update to the file adding more detailed information to some places where girls are found (including maps to see how far they are from each other).

If you experienced another bar or club to be useful while hunting for girls please let me know.

I was thinking about what information could be useful in addition to that. Tell me what you think or suggest:

- where are ATMs in closed rooms (not out in the street)?

- where to get good rates exchanging money?

- experience with different types of transport (Uber, Taxi etc.).

Etc.

Tell me what you think.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ictmtoknoqv9t4t/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0

Zimzam
03-15-21, 15:49
Hey guys,
- where are ATMs in closed rooms (not out in the street)?
- where to get good rates exchanging money?
- experience with different types of transport (Uber, Taxi etc.).Etc.
ATM in Mtwapa: Barclays, or whatever it's called now: you enter a small airconditioned room, with, most of the time a watch (wo) man around:

It is along the main road between Posta junction and Kenol Petrol station, near the small Tusky's (but I don't know if that one is still operating) , in between a fish shop (you will smell it) and a large shop where they sell things for ladies, just where there is a Safaricom shop with a tent outside.

Several ATM's on the outside of the City Mall, next to: "The Lounge" , in a covered area, security people are always sitting there.

Also in the Nyali Shopping Mall (Naivas) there are several banks with ATM's.

Most people change money in the shops next to the "New Cheers", you can ask them for their rates, but they don't want to tell you outside, where other people are around, so you have to go inside the shop.

When in Mtwapa and you don't want to go to Cheers you can change with the arab businessman just next to the Posta junction, where there are a lot of mattresses stored outside, but rate a bit lower.

For taxis you can use Uber or Bolt Kenya, the rates are almost equal, but can vary sometimes.

When you are a regular customer you can receive offers for reduction on fares, but only when you pay with credit card. (and the drivers are not fond of it).

When arrived at the airport and there is no Uber available, but you know their rate, you can probably find one of the other waiting taxis there for about the same rate.

Btw, I saw some errors on your map: Pa Pweza is now named Azul Margarita, but the location is correct , next to Big Tree . Kenyatta Public Beach is the same as Pirates Public Beach.

PookyMan
03-15-21, 16:22
Here is some more info:

Some more Restaurants:

More expensive:

*Moorings (the floating Restaurant near the bridge in Mtwapa).

La Marina, Mtwapa,* at the Creek.

Monsoon, some say the best restaurant in Mtwapa,* at the Jumba Historical Site,*nice place at the beach* (take the North road, turn right* at the weighbridge).

La Veranda, Italian food, behind City Mall
Yul's, Bamburi Beach.

Moderate priced Restaurants:.I don't think Makuti Hidden Restaurant is still there.

In Mtwapa there is also La Parisienne. Maybe 100 m past Merry Villas and on the other side of the road.

Pretty good food and good pizzas too. Not expensive. Owned by a Belgian guy and run by his Kenyan GF.

PookyMan
03-15-21, 16:43
Hey guys,

Thanks for all the contributions. I did another update to the file adding more detailed information to some places where girls are found (including maps to see how far they are from each other).

If you experienced another bar or club to be useful while hunting for girls please let me know.

I was thinking about what information could be useful in addition to that. Tell me what you think or suggest:

- where are ATMs in closed rooms (not out in the street)?

- where to get good rates exchanging money?.ATMs. That work with Maestro ATM cards:

Mtwapa:

- Equity bank.

- I&M Bank, Cooperative Bank. Both in the Mtwapa mall, at the bank office, so quite safe.

Bamburi (village):

- Cooperative Bank, to the right of Naivas there. Just an ATM booth, with some other ATMs there too.

Nyali Mall (all at the bank office):

- Absa (used to be Barclays), Cooperative Bank (both on the first floor).

- Equity (ground floor).

City Mall (no nearby security there, I think):

- Several, not sure which, haven't use any of those for years.

Uber, Bolt is hit and miss. Often it takes long for them to show up, or not at all. So I usually opt for a boda (motor bike) or a tuktuk. Or even a matatu.

Slowalk
03-16-21, 01:40
Has anyone sent money to themselves using these apps?

Slowalk
03-16-21, 04:00
Has anyone sent money to themselves using these apps?Open a m-pesa account and send your money to it.

Kaappo22
03-16-21, 11:21
Has anyone sent money to themselves using these apps?I've used World Remit successfully several times. Haven't felt the need to try other services as it works smooth enough for me.

Neddy69
03-16-21, 15:07
Has anyone sent money to themselves using these apps?Yes world remit works like a breeze. Used to pay my rent for my apartment in Mtwapa. You can send to most mobile money accounts in the whole of Africa. Of course to yourself too.

Neddy.

Neddy69
03-16-21, 15:12
I don't think Makuti Hidden Restaurant is still there.

In Mtwapa there is also La Parisienne. Maybe 100 m past Merry Villas and on the other side of the road.

Pretty good food and good pizzas too. Not expensive. Owned by a Belgian guy and run by his Kenyan GF.Makuti Hidden is gone since years. An Austrian ran it. Best schnitzel and potato salad in town. Now in ruins.

For me the best joint used to be A&G Cafe. A misnomer. Just below Eagles nest. The guy who used to run it was chef in the Serena. He served very nice steak and potatoes and kachumbari. For 500 kes. Don't know if he survived. La parisienne. Espresso was good. Food nothing to write home about. But maybe they have a new chef.

Neddy.

Mombie75
03-16-21, 19:16
Mo a Lisa beer garden at the Monal Lisa hotel does good food in Mtwapa. Great chicken, sukuma, chips for around 500 bob.

DesasterArea
03-17-21, 12:09
ATMs. That work with Maestro ATM cards:

Mtwapa:

- Equity bank.

- I&M Bank, Cooperative Bank. Both in the Mtwapa mall, at the bank office, so quite safe.

Bamburi (village):

- Cooperative Bank, to the right of Naivas there. Just an ATM booth, with some other ATMs there too.

Nyali Mall (all at the bank office):.Thanks. Added info to file (thanks Pookyman).

Deleted Hidden restaurant and replaced it with Mona Lisa Beergarden.

Added info about cigarettes and alcohol.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0n1oedyzkl3pen7/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0

CleanShave
03-24-21, 14:08
I did my covid test today at Mombasa Hospital and it was predictably bureaucratic.

It is best to arrive early (8. 00 am). They give you a card with a number on. After a while they then call out the number and give you a form to fill in.

You need to bring a pen and your passport.

After a long wait you are then called to the desk again where the form is checked and you go into the hospital to hand the form in and show your passport. You are then called to collect the form and take it to the cashier to pay the 7500 shillings either cash or card.

They then give you a receipt and you then wait to be called for the test.

The test itself takes a minute the whole process about two hours.

CleanShave
03-24-21, 14:15
There are rumours that Kenya will be added to the UK 'red list' on Monday 29 March the day that new rules banning holidays are introduced.

However, UK residents are able to visit Kenya (and indeed anywhere else) because of Section 7 of the new regulations which permit you to travel to look at show homes or talk to real estate agents.

Zimzam
03-24-21, 15:22
I did my covid test today at Mombasa Hospital and it was predictably bureaucratic.

It is best to arrive early (8. 00 am).
They then give you a receipt and you then wait to be called for the test.

The test itself takes a minute the whole process about two hours.How long does it take to get the results?

Do you get the results in both printed form and digital. ?

Mombie75
03-24-21, 16:44
I went to the Gertrudes childrens hospital on Links Road in Nyali for my covid test. No queue, in, tested, and gone in 15 minutes. Results 24 hours later.

I think from memory the cost was 7 k.

Mombie75
03-24-21, 16:46
There are rumours that Kenya will be added to the UK 'red list' on Monday 29 March the day that new rules banning holidays are introduced.

However, UK residents are able to visit Kenya (and indeed anywhere else) because of Section 7 of the new regulations which permit you to travel to look at show homes or talk to real estate agents.It looks a strange one that ruling to me. Is it not obvious people could contact an estate agent in the country they want to visit and get an appointment to view a property with no intention of buying it but making their trip legal.

PimpGreen
03-25-21, 03:56
There are rumours that Kenya will be added to the UK 'red list' on Monday 29 March the day that new rules banning holidays are introduced.

However, UK residents are able to visit Kenya (and indeed anywhere else) because of Section 7 of the new regulations which permit you to travel to look at show homes or talk to real estate agents.UK needs to put itself on a red list, with over 120,000 deaths compared with Kenya with just over 2,000 deaths from COVID.

Mombie75
03-25-21, 17:37
UK needs to put itself on a red list, with over 120,000 deaths compared with Kenya with just over 2,000 deaths from COVID.The 120 k is a BS fantasy number. Go and research how they count and reach that total.

PeterStran2019
03-27-21, 12:21
Did another update to the "Kenya for first timers" file.

Thanks to all who contributed info so far. Will do further updates if more info comes in.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vwi47ppo4zuwyd6/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0Hi,

It seems this map is not anymore online? Any other place top pick it up?

I'll be in Mombasa in early April and would be curious to see what the map has to offer.

Thanks.

DesasterArea
03-29-21, 07:42
Hi,

It seems this map is not anymore online? Any other place top pick it up?

I'll be in Mombasa in early April and would be curious to see what the map has to offer.

Thanks.Hi Peter,

The correct link for the file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0n1oedyzkl3pen7/Kenya%20First-timers.pdf?dl=0.

Unfortunately every time I do an update to the file a new link is generated by dropbox.

It would be nice if you could correct or add information to the file after your trip.

Have a nice time down there.

Zimzam
03-29-21, 16:40
I recently sent an money transfer to an African country (not Kenya) and it turned out the money was falsely collected by another than the designated receiver.

It was even cashed before the rightful receiver opened the mail with the transaction number etc.

Of course I immediately contacted the Worldremit helpdesk via chat, which is 2 weeks ago now. And they just keep on answering with meaningless and repetitive statements, such as "we have contacted our agent" etc.

So a solution is not in sight.

Unfortunately the receiver did not have a mobile phone bank-account, which I believe is a much safer way to transfer the money.

I suspect one or more local agents to have stolen the money, as there are many and they are all having the data one needs to collect the cash.

So from now on I will prefer to pay maybe a bit more (not even in all cases) and use Western Union in future.

Neddy69
03-29-21, 17:10
I recently sent an money transfer to an African country (not Kenya) and it turned out the money was falsely collected by another than the designated receiver.

It was even cashed before the rightful receiver opened the mail with the transaction number etc.

Of course I immediately contacted the Worldremit helpdesk via chat, which is 2 weeks ago now. And they just keep on answering with meaningless and repetitive statements, such as "we have contacted our agent" etc.

So a solution is not in sight.

Unfortunately the receiver did not have a mobile phone bank-account, which I believe is a much safer way to transfer the money.

I suspect one or more local agents to have stolen the money, as there are many and they are all having the data one needs to collect the cash.

So from now on I will prefer to pay maybe a bit more (not even in all cases) and use Western Union in future.Falsely collected? How can that be. I always sent money ONLY on mobile money accounts. Never had a problem. Did you send it to a bank? I don't think World remit is less safe than WU. The prime reason I used world remit to transfer money straight in the mobile money account of the recipient. I used it for years to pay my rent in Kenya.

Neddy.

Zimzam
03-29-21, 17:29
Falsely collected? How can that be.
.As I stated before I suspect the local agents in that country.

The person I did send the transaction number to had not even opened the message with the number when the money was collected.

I am just very disappointed in the way WorldRemit is dealing with my case.

I have done several transactions with WorldRemit that went well and I do prefer the mobile money way, but that was not possible this time.

SceticoBlu
03-29-21, 19:37
How long does it take to get the results?

Do you get the results in both printed form and digital. ?Better go there and take the test result. MBA Hospital sent me an code via email but it could not be opened. The sheet is ready next day at 10 am.

By the way no one checked my test on Kenyan airports. I flew MBA-NAI and NAI- home.

Delongi
04-05-21, 12:40
Day 1: Decided to stay at Mtwapa, rented a nice house with a supposedly private pool, but turns out there's a family living on premise so no privacy. And they weren't excited to hear I was going to bring companions. So I decided to move to some airbnb apartment the next day.

Day 2: The new apartment had no aircon even though it was listed. I called some other places that have AC listed and they all had various inaccuracies in the property descriptions. Decided to stay in the apartment anyway and just leave all windows open. Rented a terrain bike. It's fun being able to drive around, or just go in one direction and see what's out there. Make sure your phone has enough juice since you can go in cycles in the dirt roads in the outback without GPS. It's worth riding a bike just to see the bike-taxis standing in junctions going "WTF?! A tourist in a bike?! Who gave him a bike?! Now he doesn't need us! They're taking our jobs! LOL. Went to the beach the evening. It has nice vibes, with tables on the sand and background music. There are some girls passing by, probably looking for tourists, but the restaurant owners seem to chase them away, so no one approached me in the 2-3 times I was there.

Day 3: Planned lunch with an African queen from Afrointroductions (an absolute stunner), offered her lunch and a trip to the marine park. Didn't know where to buy tickets exactly so picked a restaurant next to the marine park's main offices in Shanzu. She decided not to show up. I think it was because Shanzu isn't a glamorous area, and because I told her I stay at Mtwapa. She probably got the idea I'm a cheapskate. Decided to spend the afternoon and evening riding around the slums on the east side of Mtwapa, to see if I can find a poor non-pro that would fuck me on a whim. But young women are rarely alone and I feel uncomfortable talking sex with others around. You probably need a guide to tap into that population, like maybe a taxi-bike guy. Didn't pursue that. Decided to go to Casuarina, but apparently went too late, forgot about the curfew, the place was closed already. Some driver I met a couple of days later assured me it's still open for business. A few nice guys near Casuarina pointed me to the Zodiac club which stays open after the curfew. The coordinate in google maps is -3. 953378,39. 749394. It's in an alley that's guarded by a couple of guys. There's a big iron door, an inner courtyard, and another iron door with a lock for accessing the second floor, all guarded. These guys take security seriously. Inside I saw a few ugly girls and some old white guys that probably haven't heard of the smartphone revolution and were settling for Godzilla's. There were a couple of 7's there but I was busy eating and other guys hooked to them before I could. I didn't see anything interesting there and left. Well at least I managed to get dinner after 20:00.

Day 4: By now I was getting seriously horny so decided to talk to a girl on Tagged whose picture had hooker vibes, said she'll come but kept postponing until noon. I decided to give up on her and call an old contact I made since before Covid (I planned on going to Mombasa a year ago just before Covid started), I gave her a bit of money back at the time when her mother was sick (yeah I know it's a common story but I verified it with pretty horrifying pics she sent from the hospital). Initially I planned on fucking a few easy girls to get the testosterone poison out of my body the first few days and then date nicer girls for the GirlFriend Experience and was saving her for that. But I got too horny and called her and surprisingly the moment she heard from me she dressed and crossed the whole town in an hour to meet me at a restaurant near the apartment. Her face didn't look as pretty as her old pictures, the thing with Kenyan girls is that they have almost no hair and keep putting on wigs or braids and change their style completely every few months. We chatted a bit, ate, and she agreed to come to my apartment (it's a bit awkward telling a girl to come to your place, it's a lot easier if you got some attraction like a private pool, so their acceptance of your offer is "out of curiosity" and not out of "whoring", and they can keep their pride). We went for a shower and when she stripped I had difficulty breathing for a few seconds. She just had the perfect body. Maybe 45 kg, tits proudly up in the air, small solid round butt. 21 years old body with a 30 years old face. To start off the relationship on the right foot, and to show respect (Kenyan girls don't get that enough from their men) I went down on her. Pro tip: when they cum, before they completely finish, pause the licking for a few seconds, let them cool a bit and restart again. It creates a new orgasm for them. They can sustain 4-5 cycles. Every time I do that to a woman she then kisses, hugs, caresses and fucks me like mad. Their love meter for you goes to 10/10 for 20 minutes. Plus, when you fuck them a few minutes later they still have secondary orgasms. After the first round she started making signals of having to leave, she proposed staying another half hour fearing to disappoint me but I let he go, knowing she'll come back later. She didn't ask for money but I politely asked if she needed any. She asked if I had a present for her. In fact I did buy a couple of skin lotions at the duty free on the way at 25 $ apiece, gave her one (Black girls -- and men -- use skin lotions regularly. This gift doesn't fail). I then gave her another 2000 for "uber" but it was pre-paid so when she arrived back home she asked what to do with the money. Told her to use it for the next ride to me. She later said she used it to buy food, her and her mother were missing food. Not sure if it's true, but plausible since the economy is in the shitters and whole sectors (especially restaurants and tourism) are completely out of jobs. We scheduled to meet again the next day at 15:00.

Day 5: I decided to leave Mtwapa in favor of Bamburi, I wanted a better apartment with AC and in a more "respectable" neighborhood. I don't see the point of being in Mtwapa proper, you can always taxi a girl to you (send her an Uber) from any place so might as well stay in a decent place. And it gives you access to girls from the southern regions. The girl from the previous day didn't show up at 15:00, said she had something else till 18:00, then at 18:00 didn't show up either, at that point I told her some other time and started frantically chatting with various girls to try and save the evening. Found some 20 years old student, she came over to a restaurant next to me, I paid the taxi. She wasn't very good looking but not horrible either. Had prominent African features like lush lips. But even though we had a nice meal and good conversation, she didn't seem to want to come over. We went out of the restaurant to the parking lot and I wished her farewell and let her understand I wasn't going to pay for her way back home. She changed her mind and came over. In the living room, she was shy and a bit taken aback by my quick advances. We had chit-chat for a while and she brought up that her "mother needs help" and I said I'll send her 3-4 K. She then agreed to go take a shower. In bed when I started touching her she kept recoiling, like a virgin for the first time. I asked her when was the last time she had sex, she said 3 months. I went down on her and she came HARD. Immediately after that the dynamic changed completely and she was all in, GFE, even suggested anal. We tried but I couldn't get my old dick hard enough to penetrate. Fucked her 4 times without rubber during the night, and went down on her two times total. One thing that disturbed me was her smell. She did shower, it's just that African girls have this odd sweat-like smell. By the morning I was nauseous and was glad to see her gone. While leaving everything became awkward again, she seemed offended by the sum I offered (3-4 K I mentioned the previous evening), plus I didn't even have it on me, told her to come with me to the nearest ATM, but she preferred just leaving without payment. Maybe to pull on my heart strings and get a bigger payout later. She then texted me that she wasn't on pills and needs to get a day-after pill and needs money. I'm sending her money over m-pesa later today.

Lessons learned so far:

* The heat here is insane, if you're overweight you probably can't sleep without AC, and you get very sweaty during sex.

* Check the hotel / airbnb before paying. Or rent for a short period and extend it later (now there's no tourism so it'll stay available).

* Always mark 2 adults so they can't complain (or complain less) when you bring a companion.

* Carry a small bottle of sunscreen on you, and re-apply every few hours while in the sun.

* Girls often don't show up on time, if at all. Try having 3 willing girls for every encounter, 1 will show up and the others not. But once one shows up if you cancel the others they immediately assume you're with another girl, they don't fall for bullshit excuses.

* They're all after money, even if they don't admit it.

* If you say you're staying at Mtwapa, it will lower girls' esteem for you.

* If you send a girl a link to your airbnb apartment / hotel and they see the price you're paying (50 $+), they're immediately impressed and sometimes offer to come over without the lunch / dinner ceremony.

* Girls from Mtwapa are cheap since their cost of living is low and they often live in slums. But in more upscale regions (Bamburi, Nyali) 3 K is a joke for them. The median salary in Kenya is 140 K / month (1400 $) and apartment rental for 1 bedroom start at 20 K (200 $) so do the math. Find out where they live to estimate how much you'll have to pay them to keep them happy.

DzikaBomba
04-05-21, 19:24
Thanks for your Report.

I was in February in Mombasa (Mtwapa). Mtwapa is the best Place IMO, because the girls from Causarina are outside of your Hoteldoor.

I don't care what they are thinking. I'm the one paying. And the ones in Mtwapa don't care either. They where all nice with good Attitude and very happy with 2000 Ksh LT.

I recommend the Hotel Prestige Leisure in Mtwapa. Basic, but Clean and Large Rooms. With 2 Pools. All the Mtwapa Girls liked the Place.

You can get the Big Apartment Room for 2500 Ksh when you Book directly at the Owner through Whatsapp.

When some Senior Members are interested please ask me through PM I can give you his Number for Room Bookings.

And BTW Zodiac is a Karaoke Bar and not really a Place to pick up Girls. For me its only a place to go there already with a Girl. But after Curfew Times they turn off the Music there, so it gets boring then there.

Rwenotmen
04-05-21, 22:29
This was an excellent report, thanks for sharing.

We need many more of these, not the joke bsiht fake stories some other members post.

I especially like this advice:



* If you send a girl a link to your airbnb apartment / hotel and they see the price you're paying (50 $+), they're immediately impressed and sometimes offer to come over without the lunch / dinner ceremony.
Spot on, my brother.



The median salary in Kenya is 140 K / month (1400 $)Ummm, No.

Not poking at you, I mean no offense, but wherever you got that number from is completely wrong. Even the Govt of Kenya own statistics show over 70% of the country's population is rural; all major international development orgs calculate that over 70% live at subsistence, that is Just-barely-above-poverty levels.

Perhaps you meant 14 K KSh / month?

Anyway, bravo for a smashing report.

DesasterArea
04-06-21, 12:02
Day 1: Decided to stay at Mtwapa, rented a nice house with a supposedly private pool, but turns out there's a family living on premise so no privacy. And they weren't excited to hear I was going to bring companions. So I decided to move to some airbnb apartment the next day.Thanks Delongi for your report. Seems you were not that lucky during the first 5 days. Hope you did not leave Mombasa on day 6. Please feel free to continue your story.

Harry2
04-06-21, 12:56
I didn't believe the number either. But http://www.salaryexplorer.com/salary-survey.php?loc=111&loctype=1.

Higher than the Philippines.

Interesting report. Sounds a little tougher to get P4P than I'd expect.

Zimzam
04-06-21, 18:17
I don't know who is making these statistics and how they are making them, but this average income of 14.000 ksh per month does really not correspond to the majority of the population. I think you are lucky in Kenya if you earn indeed a fraction of that amount.

If you look for the unemployment rate in Kenya in the official statistics again you will see a rate of around 5 %.

Again this is unbelievable. About 50 % would be more close to reality I would say. , especially concerning the youth.

In Kenya I hardly met someone with a regular income or indeed with a real job.

Mombie75
04-06-21, 19:25
Basic jobs like in a bank, reception, office will pay around 15-30 k a month. To earn 147 k a month you will need a very good job in Nairobi, a big law firm or NGO.

Kaappo22
04-07-21, 09:55
Indeed, the salary figure is way off. A basic laborer earns 300-700 KSH a day in Nairobi, less in other cities and much less in rural areas. With 140 k a month you'd be living like a king.

SceticoBlu
04-08-21, 06:51
The average Kenyan is poor and many are starving.

However a lot of cars worth over 5 million Ksh are on the streets.

Leblon
04-08-21, 10:03
Day 1: Decided to stay at Mtwapa, rented a nice house with a supposedly private pool, but turns out there's a family living on premise so no privacy. And they weren't excited to hear I was going to bring companions. So I decided to move to some airbnb apartment the next day.
.Easiest way to get girls in Mwtapa is still Casourina in my opinion. But action time is from 19.30 to 20.50 o'clock. Or even 20-20.45 o'clock, before that there are not many girls. And during week it may be quite silent, on Sunday there are more people because of dancing competition.

Places that are open after curfew in Mwtapa have been silenced by police. Once so active Green Wood close at 9 pm, I think nobody goes there anymore. Prime Comfort, I think it is silent now also after police raided it and arrested many.

Zodiac, only few people known by management are allowed inside, so that is not a place to find girls either.

There are places that are open whole night in Nyali but those places also it is better to go with your own girl.

This calling some girl to visit. It is very frustrating. They are hours late. And if at some point they don't answer to phone anymore, or phone is closed, you can be sure that they are not coming. That happens very often. In curfew times normally it is too late to call some replacement since it is forbidden to move already when you realize that girl is not coming after all.

Delongi
04-09-21, 11:08
Thanks Delongi for your report. Seems you were not that lucky during the first 5 days. Hope you did not leave Mombasa on day 6. Please feel free to continue your story.

Sounds a little tougher to get P4P than I'd expect.I don't think it's hard to get laid here every night by 7+ looking girls. But I like unprotected sex so I aim a bit higher than call / bar girls to reduce chance of HIV (I take Tenvir-them pills every day of course). That takes a bit more investment. I also want these girls to be available when I come back to Mombasa in the future. Stable girls are more likely to be around and healthy than call / bar girls. I'm staying here for a month so I'm in no hurry. Also I'm finding my libido isn't what it used to be, I need a day to recharge between encounters.


Basic jobs like in a bank, reception, office will pay around 15-30 k a month. To earn 147 k a month you will need a very good job in Nairobi, a big law firm or NGO.Exactly. Had a long talk with a sharp girl yesterday, she said accounting / office management pays 18 K-30 K depending on seniority.

It seems like there are 3 types of population in Kenyan cities:

1. People living in sheds, paying 5 K / month for a basic 1-room shed. Lots of Mtwapa girls come from there.

2. Middle-class citizens living in buildings, paying 20 K+ per month for a small apartment.

3. Corrupt government officials / police (apparently they're all corrupted), and high-paying jobs in very specific government-regulated sectors like medicine. Apparently to reach these jobs you must have connections and bribe the correct people. These jobs pay 140 K / month.

Salary stats on various sites are misleading, they often poll foreigners working in Kenya in well-paying jobs, they don't represent the average Kenyan.

Day 6: I was drained from the previous night and decided to take a day off sex and recover some missed sleep.

Day 7: Called over my old contact with the amazing body from day 4. Went down on her but I think she faked an orgasm. Wanted to fuck her without rubber but she said she wants us to get HIV-tested first. Offered to suck me instead. I started coming in her mouth and she ran to the toilets to wash her mouth. Said it's the first time it happened to her. Afterwards she started kissing me passionately, sucked my tongue real hard, laid down over me, grabbed my wimpy dick that wasn't yet ready for another round and started using it to rub her clit. It felt weird to me. Turns out that's her way of masturbating. Took her several minutes of sucking my tongue and rubbing her clit with my dick till she came off. Very weird experience, I felt I was being used, but enjoyed it. To each his own. She seemed more relaxed afterwards. We went to the hotel's pool and she asked me to take photos of her (I have a good smartphone with a good camera), I took a slow-motion video of her splashing in the water and she was amazed and later shared it to her social networks.

We took the bike and went to eat lunch at the Char-Choma restaurant (highly recommended, beautiful setting on the beach), then I took her shopping at mtwapa. At the store she tried on a few dresses and kept asking if the price is ok, for one of the items she said it costs 150 (1.5 $) so I told her "heck, go ahead and buy the whole store" and went out to buy some water. Came back 5 minutes later and she was haggling with the merchant over a 9000 bill. Now that's starting to be serious money, I shouldn't have been that confident. Since I don't carry a credit card on me and that bill would have finished all my cash I told her to take 3000 KSH worth of clothes and put the rest aside and we'll come back tomorrow. She did. I returned the bike to the store since I wanted to rent a car instead (impresses girls more, and there's AC). We took a tuktuk back to the hotel and made a stop at a pharmacy to pick up HIV testing kits, then went to a car agency to pick up a car, and back at the hotel. At the hotel we took the tests, went down to the pool, when we came back the results were ready and we were both clean. We had sex, she rode me and held by hands down till I exploded into her. She came off my dick and blood-stained cum flowed down on the bed. She was starting her period. And I forgot to put a towel down before. Ugh. Later that evening we were thinking what to do the next day, she somehow put it into her head that I rented a car to go with her to Diani beach (1.5-2 hours drive from Bamburi, including a ferry on the way, and terrifying driving experience), told her it's a bit too far and that we should find something closer. While I was searching for attractions she fell asleep on the sofa. Woke her up and she went to sleep in bed. I was a bit vexed since I planned on fucking her again before sleep.

Day 8: The next morning she overslept, then started watching stuff on her phone and ignoring me, didn't return back kisses, didn't talk to me. After a hour of that I decided not to waste the day with her that way and told her I'll drive her back home. She was a bit shocked. Offered her to go to breakfast together. She was very silent during the way and at the restaurant. I grabbed her hand and cupped it, asked her what's wrong, she started tearing up and finally admitted she was angry about not going to Diani beach. Tried to explain to her again that it's a long drive, the specific attraction she wanted to go to wasn't an option due to the opening hours (some excursion starting early). Felt bad for her and did want to see her in the future so told her we're going to grab the rest of the clothes from yesterday. We went to the shop and I gave her 6000 KSH and told her I'm staying at the car. Knowing that she might actually keep part of the cash to herself and not to buy clothes, that way she doesn't take money directly from me and can keep her pride. We continued to drive to her mother's house, where I dropped her off and told her mother and younger sister Hi. Her sister is 15 years old with very bulging breasts, wearing no bra. I wonder if they dangled her in front of me on purpose. Happened several times that girls mentioned their younger sisters and showed me pictures of them. Not touching that, I heard Kenyan jails aren't very nice. Immediately when I left she started texting me and telling what she couldn't tell me to my face and wanted us to disconnect and block whatsapp. I tried to rationalize with her and calm here (good luck, with an emotional girl on her period). An hour later she texts me she needs money to take a taxi from her mother to her place (they live apart). I went to charge my m-pesa and sent her some as a goodwill gesture. Later that night she said she misses me already, so I guess I'll be seeing more of her after all.

Some waitress girl was messaging me the past few days, told her I'll come have lunch with her. She lives in the southern shore, which is problematic since there's no road connecting it to Mombasa island. You need to take a ferry to cross. When I reached Mombasa island some idiot tutkuk that was standing at the side of the road barged into my lane and I slowed down to avoid collision. The guy behind me must have been playing with his phone or something and bumped into my car. BOUM! Rental car. Great. There goes my day. Turns out the guy behind him bumped into him as well. 3-way accident. And the tuktuk driver ran away of course. I call the rental agency, they say involve the police. I talked to the two other drivers, they say the police are useless and you'll have to bribe them anyway, it will get more expensive for everyone. One of them had an uncle with a garage, we decided to go there and fix the cars. My damage was 4500 KSH. Even though I was not to blame I decided to pay since it's a small sum, and the others had more substantial damages. It turned out well since I broke the car's mirror and got a scratch the day before while passing by some minibus that started driving while I overtook it, same situation as with the tuktuk today. So got that fixed as well for another 1 K. Very decent price, due to the family discount. If I'd come alone I'd be charged 3 x that at least. Shared a tuktuk with the guy that bumped into me, his home was on the way back to my hotel. While waiting for useless Uber he invited me up to his home to refresh a bit, and introduced me to his wife and kids. Probably wanted to create an emotional connection in case the car rental agency aren't satisfied with the repairs and ask me and him to pay up more. The bastard was well-off and had an apartment on the island overlooking the river. And he dodged the bill. Well, Arabs. Always trying to make or conserve money, morals be damned.

Told the waitress I couldn't meet her, went back to the hotel, and wanted a girl for the night. Started pinging various badoo and tagged contacts, it was getting near curfew time but one replied, from Mtwapa. Said she has no way of coming to my place, told her I'll come pick her up. Picked her up, brought her back to my hotel at Bambouri. We talked about her family. Same story as always: no father, elder child that's expected to work and help the rest of the family. Works at a massage parlor in Shanzu, says she doesn't do sex and happy endings but other workers there do. And due to Covid no one's coming. I wasn't convinced but she seemed a relatively innocent girl so I fucked her without rubber. She didn't seem to mind (which is scary). We went to sleep and I fucked her again the morning. She didn't ask for money but I told her since her work place is struggling I want to help her. She agreed and I slipped 4 K into her purse. Sent her on her way.

Day 9: Went on lunch with an intelligent student, we had a very interesting 4-hours conversation about her family and Kenyan traditions. Came to Mombasa from the other side of the country, parents are paying for education, expecting her to start working when she gets her diploma and start sending back money. She has a sharp mind and good humor. I want her as a long-term friend. I didn't offer to bring her back to my place or anything insulting, drove her back home. She then texted me she's willing to meet again. The waitress has been trying to contact me again, I felt sorry for her never managing to meet me, told her I'll meet her halfway on Mombasa island (she's from the southern shore), but even so it wouldn't have left us much time to talk before curfew. Told her she can come to my place, we'll have talk and no sex, I have a second bedroom and she can use it. She arrived, I paid for her taxi. She's a very sweet girl, the "neighbor's daughter", flat breast, not very good looking, hard-working as a waitress in a restaurant 11 hours / day, day-in day-out without doing any activities. Worked there for free as in intern for a while till they let her have a paying job, left her quarrelling parents in Nairobi to get some peace and quiet in Mombasa. Taught herself to swim in a pool. That's rare for a Kenyan girl, they all seem scared of water. Now here's a girl really trying to change her fate. She shares a place with a girlfriend that went away on a 1-month vacation with her boyfriend. And her restaurant got harassed by the police that day and might get closed. Poor girl was exhausted and just needed a soul to talk to. I felt really sorry for her and didn't push for sex as I normally would. We watched some Netflix, talked, and I let her go to sleep in the second bedroom. The next morning we went to the hotel pool, and I sent her on her way and gave her 2 K for taxi. We decided to go snorkeling together on her day off in a few days.

Things I learned:

* Uber is utter trash here. You select the destination, get an estimation of 3 minutes till a driver reaches you, a few minutes later the driver calls and asks where you are and where you need to go. They seem to not receive the route details. Then the driver just hangs around doing shopping somewhere and finally arrives after 15 minutes. This has happened in 4 out of 6 times I used this shitty service. It's more of a chatting application to a random driver in your area.

* Driving here is very stressful. Especially in urban areas. If you can't predict the zigzags and crazy traffic patterns you will most likely have an accident. Drive very, very carefully, but not too carefully since Kenyans don't expect that and will bump into you.

* If you're used to drive on the right side of the road (which is the RIGHT side to drive on! Be careful not to drive too close to the road shoulder, lots of tuktuks and motorbikes bulge into the leftmost lane.

* There's nothing much to actually do in Mombasa besides the girls. Not many parks or attractions. And even those are lame. The only significant attraction is the Safari but that's 5 hours away so you probably need 2-3 days dedicated to that.

* Girls here don't have good phones and can't take good pictures of themselves. They want good pictures to put on their profile photos. Especially ones where they live the good life, being in a good restaurant or on the beach. Try finding an expensive-looking setting. I think good pictures are as important as money to them (it's a way for them to attract future men), you maybe can get away with just that as payment. Plus as long as their pictures are being "hostages" on your phone they're being extra-nice.

* If you got a water-resistant phone you can take pictures in the pool, which girls adore.

* Try bringing a dual-SIM phone so you can get SMS messages on your primary line when authenticating to websites, and can make local calls and get internet on the Kenyan line.

* Pharmacies here charge insane prices for everything when they see a white guy. Try sending in your black girlfriend to do the shopping for you instead.

* If you promise a girl to take her shopping, set a clear budget for that ahead of time, so she's not disappointed when you buy less than she hoped for. Manage expectations.

* A lot of places here use m-pesa and not credit cards (a kind of digital money, everyone can send to everyone, not just customers-to-businesses like credit cards). Using it is cumbersome for foreigners since you need to get money from an ATM and find an "m-pesa dealer", give him cash and he tops-up your m-pesa account. Then you need to download and install the m-pesa app which is tied to a local SIM. It should be possible to use services like Worldremit and paypal to transfer directly from credit card to m-pesa but I haven't managed, my home country is usually not supported.

Harry2
04-10-21, 09:23
Thanks a lot Delongi!

I didn't know there were home HIV tests! How much are they?

I think if you contract HIV it takes 1-3 months to show up. I thought this made the test useless, but, after a quick search, if you can't detect it, you can't transmit it. Very interesting!

Can I ask, how much does the anti-HIV medicine you take cost? And can girls get the morning after pill in Kenya?

Delongi
04-11-21, 06:32
I didn't know there were home HIV tests! How much are they?The test: http://www.oraquick.com/.

In a cheap area I paid for them 150 KES each, in a nicer area 500 KES. Depends on the pharmacy and if you're paying white person prices.


Can I ask, how much does the anti-HIV medicine you take cost? And can girls get the morning after pill in Kenya?I take Tenvir them, which is the generic variant of the better known Truvada. In my country homosexuals can get them freely, but not regular people (they don't want to encourage unprotected sex), I declared I'm homosexual but they didn't believe me, so I had to order it online, but then you need a prescription. In my case my native language is hard to translate so I sent a general letter of recommendation but not actual prescription, somehow it went through and I got the pills.

It costs 1 $ per pill. You take it once a day roughly at the same hour, and must not forget to take them. If you miss a day, you can get HIV. Supposedly all people that did get HIV while taking these pills missed a day. But there's not enough research.

Yes, there are morning-after pills and one of the girls I was with took one.

Zimzam
05-02-21, 14:33
I recently sent an money transfer to an African country (not Kenya) and it turned out the money was falsely collected by another than the designated receiver.

It was even cashed before the rightful receiver opened the mail with the transaction number etc.
.For the benefit of WorldRemit I can now declare that after 6 weeks I have received a return of my stolen money.

It took however a continuous relentless and persistent pushing of their help-desk before they took up the case seriously and finally concluded that it was indeed a case of fraudulent cashing of the money-transfer.

Anyway it is better to use the direct transfer of money to mobile phone accounts, as these become now available in more African countries.

Leblon
05-02-21, 18:39
From today, bars are opening in Mombasa area at 7 pm, before it was 9 pm. What I have understood is that this is same thing in whole country.

So in Nairobi bars are opened also, and Nairobi is not closed anymore, you can travel there and from there.

Curfew still starts at 10 pm, so there is three hours now to go home after bars are closed.

I visited Casourina, there were few people there, not many. No Sunday dance competition. This is sad, Casourina started to be very lively already, on that one and half hour period that people were spending there, when it was still closing at 9 pm or 21 o'clock.

No idea how long this bar closure time will continue, nothing was announced. Rumours say that one month, but those are just rumours.

DiorHomie
05-12-21, 13:08
I'm planning on making a trip to Mombasa / Mtwapa in a few weeks. Do you guys have any recommendations for housing? & will I need to rent a vehicle? & other usual information I need.

Blakman
05-13-21, 07:28
Uber and bolt when not striking can take you every where within $7 or less inside Mombasa area. If you are an app site person you can live anywhere. Pay for girls uber they will come. But if you like to see girls walk by mtwapa and bamburi area I guess.


I'm planning on making a trip to Mombasa / Mtwapa in a few weeks. Do you guys have any recommendations for housing? & will I need to rent a vehicle? & other usual information I need.

Blakman
05-17-21, 08:32
Took another Mombasa tour with member true gent. First hit new big tree. Nice sunny day. Relaxing. A few girls. Definitely could see potential but not enough people to stay. Off to Mtwapa bar area. Same thing. Relaxing. Could see potential but not enough to stay. Causerani empty. I had a girl stop by, she was kinda weird, not hot. Bought her a drink but that was it. I hear it was packed before 7 pm curfew. Trying to find a uber or bolt was not possible. Settle with tuk tuk. Get to my apartment and text a few numbers. Tonight I was sticking to 2 k. I have only one gift left to offer. So its either or. Young lady settles for 2500 including motorbike. It seems late at night tuk tuk or motorbike is best bet to travel unless you have personal contact with former uber. She arrives. Nice body okay face. 5'3. I like them taller but got booty and tits so it works. We drink, she ask for condom. I say oral no condom fucking condom. She says condom everything. We smoke. We start kissing. She raises up her dress. Gets on top of me. Pulls out my dick. Slides it in her pussy. In my head I am saying wait a minute. You said condom everything. She starts riding me like crazy. She has massive energy. Takes out her boobs which are nice size and still 3/4 full since she has a child. Have me suck each then both. Seems to really turn her on. I tell her to suck my dick. Which she's is displaying great energy. Stroking it with two hands while sucking it. I bring her to the bedroom. And she has her legs spread wide. She says you see all this pussy I am giving you. Fuck it fuck it hard. So I am fucking it hard. She is also saying cum in my pussy. The girl last night said the same thing. But that's one thing I make sure not to do. We Then we switch to doggy. She has a nice ass. I am fucking her hard. She can take dick though and its taking a toll on my energy. She lays on her back and I am fucking it best I can but then I lose all my energy. She says fuck me fuck me. Are you tired. I surrender and say yes yes. I ask for a break. 2 hours later I go to fuck her missionary. My main focus is just to nut. I feel myself nutting pull out and she does not let me cum in her mouth or face. That's rare in Kenya. She cleans up and goes to living room on her phone. I sleep like a baby. She cleans up nicely. I give 2.4 k and she takes a box of cookies. She was a good p4 p. Better than the 4 k I paid day prior.

Leblon
05-20-21, 00:18
This report, now that I read it before posting, it became too long, like my reports always do.

So summary: Diani has most probably best night life at the moment in Kenya. Especially Tandori is nice at least in weekends.

Long report:

Visited Diani in last weekend. I was very surprised how good parties there are in Diani, all night long. Some people had told me that it is also silent place like rest of the Kenya, not true at all.

I went on Friday to Manyatta club, around 9 pm. Note that in whole Kenya bars are supposed to close at 7 pm. I drunk wine in hotel even before going out. There was quite a good party, it was nice to see people dancing and having fun, so I drunk some more. I talked to several girls, couple of good lookers but they were not so professionals that they would go with me in first night (but money was still needed of course), I changed phone numbers.

Finally, I agreed with one professional who I had seen there for some year that she would come to sleep with me. I said that I want to check Tandori before going to sleep, I was expecting it to be empty like it was always in January. So, we went there.

Tandori looked empty outside, but when I went inside, it was totally full, lot of people dancing and lot of girls. It was so crowded that I lost my girl but I did not care since there were so many better ones. I later saw her sitting on a lap of one musungu. And even later she came to tell me that one girl had told her that I had not paid to that girl so she was suspicious. Which was bullshit, I did not know anybody in that place and I always pay.

I saw one beautiful girl who I thought that she is musungu but she said that she is arabic. I asked phone number but she did not remember so I got only her friend number which I lost. Later I was looking of her, but then I was already so drunk, I did not remember how she looked like except beautiful. Hopefully we meet again. I met more pretty girls who said that they can't go with me that night, only tomorrow, changed numbers.

I decided to leave and I made a deal with one girl who looked pretty in my drunken eyes. We agreed all the conditions and prize, and we were just about to leave, when I inspected her stomach through her clothes, and found out that she had serious pregnancy damage. So I lied to her that I am too tired, lets meet some other day, had to give her my phone number, she called me many days afterwards. Back to drinking.

It started to be 5 in the morning, and I had been drinking since 7 in the evening. Party still continued, but I had no more strength, I went to hotel to sleep alone, too drunk to do anything anyway (like always, felt sorry for this decision when I woke up).

Saturday, I woke up late, ate something and continued sleeping. Three or more different girls were calling me continuously, I did not feel talking to anybody. I finally managed to walk to Baharini shopping centre. It started to be evening, I thought that I should not have hangover anymore but felt weak. I bought thermometer. Fever!! I thought covid / malaria / dengue. I went to hotel to sleep more and decided to not go out. Then I thought that since I have come all the way here, I can at least go to drink coke and stay far from people.

I went to street after 10 pm curfew time without mask, to look motorbike taxi. Police saw me and said Hello,. In Mwtapa this would have been expensive and maybe arrest.

I went to Manyatta club and somehow I ordered beer instead of coke. There was a girl who looked totally unfamiliar for me, she hit or pushed me every time she walked past me, until I complained to security. Probably something to do with previous Friday night. One very pretty girl who also looked totally unfamiliar to me, came to talk to me and said that we had talked long time in previous night. I asked her phone number but she said "later" and I did not saw her anymore.

I changed to Tandori club, there were some people, at midnight there came lot of people. I still had plan to go to sleep alone. I sat on the bar to drink my second beer. Next to me was surprisingly tall and slim luo lady. I told her that I will go to my hotel after this one beer. She asked me do I want her to come with me to suck my dick? I answered "I do" and our romance had started. I ended up drinking several beers with her in Tandori. I told her that I have fewer but she was touching my forehead and told me that I don't have. And indeed, when I later measured my fever in hotel while she was sucking my dick, fewer was gone. That was short sickness.

Luo lady was very wild in bed although she was not working girl (I believe her). I agreed to pay her 3 kilos, that seems to be sum everybody were asking in Diani. I see in reports that many guys want girls that they don't need to pay. I am different, I always want to pay and agree terms and I am suspicious if some girl says that money is not needed. Maybe they make some big hassle in the morning and demand lot of money. Also this "you pay in the morning what you want to" is very expensive and makes problems.

Sunday, luo lady left and I went to Baharini shopping centre again to eat, it was time to leave to Mwtapa. I finally answered to one of those girls that had called me since that very drunken Friday night. This one had sent me photos in WhatsApp and she looked OK. When she arrived to Havana restaurant I was again surprised, she was very tall and nicely shaped masai lady, and looked even prettier than in her photos. So I took her with me to one night trip to Mwatapa. She was not working girl at all and I believe her stories also, I paid her three thousand, food and transport back to Diani on Monday morning. We will see again probably.

So, summary again, Diani has best parties in Kenya. I think this have been situation all the curfew time, I was there in January last time. It could be that last weekend was exceptionally busy because of Eid, end of Ramadan. But some people said that it is same every weekend. Tandori has become main place there, that inside club is really nice. During week it is more silent but Manyatta always have people and girls.

Lamu probably have good parties too, now again that Ramadan is finished. Even in Ramadan? But to Lamu you need to bring your own lady, unless you are powerful enough to get young musungu girls, there are many of them there. Also Lamu local guys also try to get those musungu girls since Kenyan girls in Lamu don't do premarital sex, and working girls are very rare.

Nyali / Mwtapa, no parties after bar closing time changed to 7 pm instead of 9 pm, but lot of girls in need of economic support. I guess same in Nairobi.

Mombie75
05-20-21, 12:16
As with Kenya things change quickly. You get 1, 2 or 3 bars / clubs that are popular for 6 months or a year thrn they die and another springs up. The odd place like Casarina in Mtwapa or Diamond in Nairbi always seem to keep going.

Diani is like this, around 2008-2012 the weekends were rocking in Tandoori and Shak then it died off.

The owners of Tandoori must be connected if they ignore curfew.

Leblon
05-21-21, 10:36
As with Kenya things change quickly. You get 1, 2 or 3 bars / clubs that are popular for 6 months or a year thrn they die and another springs up. The odd place like Casarina in Mtwapa or Diamond in Nairbi always seem to keep going.

Diani is like this, around 2008-2012 the weekends were rocking in Tandoori and Shak then it died off.

The owners of Tandoori must be connected if they ignore curfew.Maybe I should not write these curfew places name in public? But police knows them anyway since they go there to collect bribes every nights.

In Diani there are three of them, in Nyali I know three also, in Bamburi one. Mwtapa there are three also. In Lamu police is even guarding one.

In Malindi I heard that there was one place but owner got tired of paying police.

Difference in Diani is that there is dancing and music involved, normal night club stuff, which is fun. Other towns, these places are just for sitting and drinking, playing pool. There are working girls usually in these places of course.

In Lamu there is also good party but as I said, bring your own girls to Lamu. In these places, there is always danger to get arrested, if police comes anyway. And if you go at home before four in the morning, you may get arrested on the road block.

FeelBait
05-22-21, 13:29
Decided to visit because where I was at in the middle east was getting stale. I decided to start with Mtwapa because it seemed like the most run-down destination for topic activities in the country. I figured if I didn't like it here, I could upgrade to another spot easily.

First, let it be known I am a relatively fit white man in my 30's with good profile pictures for dating websites. I am also brutally straightforward with woman on sites like this. I don't play stupid 'dating' games. They understand I want to fuck them or do lewd things to them from the get-go. The ones who don't like it get filtered out instantly, which saves everyone a hassle. I'm not looking for romance, and while I am certain I could 'get it for free', I really don't like catching feels or giving feels, then fucking off. I keep things strictly friendly and 'professional'. Everybody gets paid, and everybody knows I'm their customer.

My strategy was simple: badoo and tinder profiles with stated raunchy intent. No promises of dating or romance. Just flings. I even made mention of specific activity I was seeking on Badoo, which was bareback + creampie. I straight up told every chick I matched with (and there were many), to read my profile then give me their whatsapp if they still were interested. After day 1 I accumulated a stockpile of rapid HIV tests, because I discovered this was the key to let these Kenyan women feel at ease with a foreign man they don't even know, blowing his sperm deep inside of them while they are not even on birth control. HIV is a big scare here, for good reason. I take prep, so my concern is low. Anyways, I had about 150+ matches in a 20 mile radius, and I narrowed that down to about 20 acceptable looking women close to mtwapa who were very excited to fuck raw and take a creampie.

I chose poorly when it came to hotels. Prestige Leisure Hotel is a run down dump on a dirt road. It is only suitable for bringing 'low class' women with low expectations. I would not dream of trying to seduce a tinder hottie at this location. The roaches are very large, the beds are awful. Do not come here. Go to Jambo Traveler Hotel instead. I made it work anyways, because I did not feel like moving. It is also overpriced for the amenities. Getting the 'local rate' is impossible if you are a young and obviously new to Kenya mzungu. I am certain I am paying at least 2-3 x as much as the Kenyans staying in this place. I am jealous of the hot young ladies the older white guys have, here. I wonder where they found them? Then again they have had months to years to perfect their trade, in this location.

Day 1: Arrived at 10 am. Took a nap till 3 pm. Invited a 20 year old 'college student' from kilifi area to come down. Agreed to raw sex and creampie through whatsapp. She took 2 hours to get to mtwapa, but I was expecting that. Paid for her transport there and back. She was astounded that I actually looked like my profile pictures, and was visibly aroused and dripping wet by the time I took off her panties. Shy personality, but a nice body and obviously never had a baby. I asked her if she was on birth control, and she said no. Not very active during sex, but it didn't matter because she had a rippling, muscular gripping type of pussy. I put her on her stomach and prone boned her, till I came inside of her. I ground it into her for several minutes, and she asked what I was doing. I told her 'I am trying to get you pregnant', and she put her face into the pillow. Eventually, we finished and got cleaned up. I gave her 5 k for transport and shopping, because we are friends now.

Later evening time, went to causarina but it was DEAD, with only one drug addict with crazy scars dancing to way-too-loud music. I had a Tusker, and was pleasantly surprised by it. This African beer is pretty good, or maybe I am deluded because I haven't had a beer since I was in Angeles city 2 years ago. Closing time is 7 pm. A few relatively skinny pros wandered in around 6:30-ish. I was beat and jetlagged, so I didn't take them. I already had a lineup anyways. The people who work there must develop hearing damage quickly. The Db is too high for safety, literally.

Day 2: Woke at 7 am, had overpriced 500 ksh breakfast that the local Kenyans get for 100 ksh or less. 9 am, I message one local girl who is less than a mile away if she wants to come over and get creampied. Heart-eyes + yes. 23 years old, taller than me, legs like a race horse and very friendly and nice. She wanted an HIV test first, so we figured that out. 250 ksh each for peace of mind isn't a bad deal. She had a very clean shaved pussy and had such a nice ass that I wanted to do some really deep, long oral on her + face sitting. She was very enthusiastic about that activity, grinding away. African girls taste unique, and I have come to enjoy it. According to her, she came several times. I have only the deluge of wetness on my cheeks and chin to attest to the truth of that. I fucked her after that in several different positions, but eventually returned to prone-bone. It is perfect for ramming it in deep, versus that round and large African booty. She encouraged it along by reaching back with both her hands and spreading her cheeks. She also pushed her face into the pillow, leaving it smeared with brown makeup. I whisper in her ear that I'm going to cum deep inside of her, while pushing myself in as deep as I can go. Her pussy clenches down like a vice, and I have to rut hard a few times to get enough stimulation to actually do what I said I was going to do. Deep creampie. She's giggling for some reason, and doesn't stop till she makes it to the bathroom to take her shower. There was no round 2, but she did want to tongue wrestle for a little while. Sent her on her way with 5 k shopping and travel money, because we are friends now.

Evening: salon worker had been rabidly texting me wanting to get on my dick all day, so I popped a cialis (excellent, wonderful drug. Such a long lasting, clean pump that makes sex even better + solves my sometimes shy dick.) and invited her over. 25 years old, a fairly average body, but a delicious round ass in the beginning stage of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steatopygia . My dick knows what he likes, even if I find it a bit ridiculous on an intellectual level. She didn't care about an HIV test, and was feeling my dick up while stepping through my front door. Many of these women are simply incredibly horny for white men, and she enjoyed especially some race play dirty talk. She liked being told that I was breeding her, and that I was going to knock her up with a white baby. The sex was decent, even if she was not all that interactive. A very hungry, squeezing pussy and a nice pillowy ass to grind against. "Cum inside me baby!" so I did. Without a day to recover, my load was not as impressive as it usually is, but she still commented that she could feel it inside. I asked her if she was on birth control. "No, but I will take emergency pill. " Okay then. 4 K for my new friend, so she could go shopping.

Day 3: morning date was a no-show, after waiting for 2 hours of no contact I let her know not to come, since I could not wait any longer for her. 2 hours after that she texted me back and called me some names. Funny stuff. She was only a couple miles away at shanzu, so she had no excuse to not show up on time. Even African time. Moved on to my next on the list. A 24 year old who said to me that she wants a white baby more than anything, while we were discussing things on whatsapp. I told her I would pin her down in my bed and breed a white baby into her, and she gave me some heart eyes emotes and tongue out emotes, so I guess she was into it. Invited her over. By now the receptionist is giving me this look when I have new woman show up. ***** please, your hotel is in a brothel town and is run by a polygamist Pakistani with one obviously mid-teenage wife and like 7 kids. Don't look at ME that way. We took home kit HIV tests, and had a drink, then moved on to the fucking. Sadly she was excited at first and was very friendly with me, but became shy and poorly responsive as we moved on through the act. My usual moves and experience were not sufficient to loosen her up. I tried to ask her what was wrong, but she wouldn't explain. The mood was shot, and I can't maintain an erection for a woman who is not into it at all. I sent her home with 3 k anyways, for her time. Not sure if I got played, did something wrong, or if she was letting her horny fantasy get ahead of her thinking mind. So basically that day was a wash.

I wandered around Mtwapa till it started to get dark, and saw an incredible number of young men simply loitering around on motorbikes or doing nothing at all. Who are all the motorbikes for? How do they make enough to survive when there is such an oversaturation of transport, but few people taking that transport? There is no bar scene at the moment, the town is dead for tourism. So there they sit in the sun, trying to get my attention. From my travels around the world, I have learned to gauge the danger level of a location by the number of idle young men in the streets. Here, the number of idle young men is off the charts. A lone white man in his 30's with absolutely no backup stands out like the sorest of thumbs.

Stopped by Casuarina and talked to a pro, offered some cash to show me the other scenes in the area. So she took me around to some slum-brothel shacks and local drinking establishments. Ugly, fat, malnourished women were on offer. Saw absolutely nothing worth getting that dirty for. The 'local bars' were dirt floor huts where Kenyans drink while ugly hookers and street people wander by. Not my scene. Quite depressing. I had a drink there, making sure to witness the cap being opened on my beer, bought a few drinks for the locals as to not leave them with bad feelings towards me, then went on my way after paying my 'guide'. I am sure there are more underground activities, but the effort required to penetrate into them isn't something I can summon up at the moment.

When I got back to my hotel I made the decision to cut my stay short and flush about $150 down the drain in lodging. Then I booked an airbnb in Nyali. I have about 10 women waiting to come visit me still at this point, and from asking a couple of them, it sounds like they are more than willing to come to Nyali also. It's a fairly central location, or so it seems. With relatively nice amenities close by, and with a far superior security situation (as far as I could tell). We shall see.

More to come.

Quick Run Down: Mtwapa is dead as a doornail for bar pickups or any type of street action. If there are pros here they are mostly in hiding, or have moved down to other parts of Mombasa for better pickings. The 7 pm bar closing time is a disaster, and the 10 pm curfew really limits things. The online-game is jumping, but there isn't any reason to be in mtwapa for the online-game. It's a dirty town with very little going for it without the bar scene operating. I might check it out again someday, and stay at Jambo Traveler instead. It actually looks like an oasis in a sea of filth.

There ARE some absolute gems here and there in the town, but I wasn't feeling up for cold-approaching, especially while my lodging was in such a sorry state.

FeelBait
05-22-21, 13:37
Decided to visit because where I was at in the middle east was getting stale. I decided to start with Mtwapa because it seemed like the most run-down destination for topic activities in the country. I figured if I didn't like it here, I could upgrade to another spot easily.

First, let it be known I am a relatively fit white man in my 30's with good profile pictures for dating websites. I am also brutally straightforward with woman on sites like this. I don't play stupid 'dating' games. They understand I want to fuck them or do lewd things to them from the get-go. The ones who don't like it get filtered out instantly, which saves everyone a hassle.

My strategy was simple: badoo and tinder profiles with stated raunchy intent. No promises of dating or romance. Just flings. I even made mention of specific activity I was seeking on Badoo, which was bareback + creampie. I straight up told every chick I matched with (and there were many), to read my profile then give me their whatsapp if they still were interested. After day 1 I accumulated a stockpile of rapid HIV tests, because I discovered this was the key to let these kenyan women feel at ease with a foreign man they don't even know, blowing his sperm deep inside of them while they are not even on birth control. HIV is a big scare here, for good reason. I take prep, so my concern is low. Anyways, I had about 150+ matches in a 20 mile radius, and I narrowed that down to about 20 acceptable looking women close to mtwapa who were very excited to fuck raw and take a creampie.

I chose poorly when it came to hotels. Prestige Leisure Hotel is a run down dump on a dirt road. It is only suitable for bringing 'low class' women with low expectations. I would not dream of trying to seduce a tinder hottie at this location. The roaches are very large, the beds are awful. Do not come here. Go to Jambo Traveler Hotel instead. I made it work anyways, because I did not feel like moving. It is also overpriced for the amenities. Getting the 'local rate' is impossible if you are a young and obviously new to Kenya mzungu. I am certain I am paying at least 2-3 x as much as the kenyans staying in this place. I am jealous of the hot young ladies the older white guys have, here. I wonder where they found them? Then again they have had months to years to perfect their trade, in this location.

Day 1: Arrived at 10 am. Took a nap till 3 pm. Invited a 20 year old 'college student' from kilifi area to come down. Agreed to raw sex and creampie through whatsapp. She took 2 hours to get to mtwapa, but I was expecting that. Paid for her transport there and back. She was astounded that I actually looked like my profile pictures, and was visibly aroused and dripping wet by the time I took off her panties. Shy personality, but a nice body and obviously never had a baby. I asked her if she was on birth control, and she said no. Not very active during sex, but it didn't matter because she had a rippling, muscular gripping type of pussy. I put her on her stomach and prone boned her, till I came inside of her. I ground it into her for several minutes, and she asked what I was doing. I told her 'I am trying to get you pregnant', and she put her face into the pillow. Eventually, we finished and got cleaned up. I gave her 5 k for transport and shopping, because we are friends now.

Later evening time, went to causarina but it was dead, with only one drug addict with crazy scars dancing to way-too-loud music. I had a Tusker, and was pleasantly surprised by it. This African beer is pretty good, or maybe I am deluded because I haven't had a beer since I was in Angeles city 2 years ago. Closing time is 7 pm. A few relatively skinny pros wandered in around 6:30-ish. I was beat and jetlagged, so I didn't take them. I already had a lineup anyways.

Day 2: Woke at 7 am, had overpriced 500 ksh breakfast that the local Kenyans get for 100 ksh or less. 9 am, I message one local girl who is less than a mile away if she wants to come over and get creampied. Heart-eyes + yes. 23 years old, taller than me, legs like a race horse and very friendly and nice. She wanted an HIV test first, so we figured that out. 250 ksh each for peace of mind isn't a bad deal. She had a very clean shaved pussy and had such a nice ass that I wanted to do some really deep, long oral on her + face sitting. She was very enthusiastic about that activity, grinding away. African girls taste unique, and I have come to enjoy it. According to her, she came several times. I have only the deluge of wetness on my cheeks and chin to attest to the truth of that. I fucked her after that in several different positions, but eventually returned to prone-bone. It is perfect for ramming it in deep, versus that round and large African booty. She encouraged it along by reaching back with both her hands and spreading her cheeks. She also pushed her face into the pillow, leaving it smeared with brown makeup. I whisper in her ear that I'm going to cum deep inside of her, while pushing myself in as deep as I can go. Her pussy clenches down like a vice, and I have to rut hard a few times to get enough stimulation to actually do what I said I was going to do. Deep creampie. She's giggling for some reason, and doesn't stop till she makes it to the bathroom to take her shower. There was no round 2, but she did want to tongue wrestle for a little while. Sent her on her way with 5 k shopping and travel money, because we are friends now.

Evening: salon worker had been rabidly texting me wanting to get on my dick all day, so I popped a Cialis (excellent, wonderful drug. Such a long lasting, clean pump that makes sex even better + solves my sometimes shy dick.) and invited her over. 25 years old, a fairly average body, but a delicious round ass in the beginning stage of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steatopygia . My dick knows what he likes, even if I find it a bit ridiculous on an intellectual level. She didn't care about an HIV test, and was feeling my dick up while stepping through my front door. Many of these women are simply incredibly horny for white men, and she enjoyed especially some race play dirty talk. She liked being told that I was breeding her, and that I was going to knock her up with a white baby. The sex was decent, even if she was not all that interactive. A very hungry, squeezing pussy and a nice pillowy ass to grind against. "Cum inside me baby!" so I did. Without a day to recover, my load was not as impressive as it usually is, but she still commented that she could feel it inside. I asked her if she was on birth control. "No, but I will take emergency pill. " Okay then. 4 K for my new friend, so she could go shopping.

Day 3: morning date was a no-show, after waiting for 2 hours of no contact I let her know not to come, since I could not wait any longer for her. 2 hours after that she texted me back and called me some names. Funny stuff. She was only a couple miles away at shanzu, so she had no excuse to not show up on time. Even African time. Moved on to my next on the list. A 24 year old who said to me that she wants a white baby more than anything, while we were discussing things on whatsapp. I told her I would pin her down in my bed and breed a white baby into her, and she gave me some heart eyes emotes and tongue out emotes, so I guess she was into it. Invited her over. By now the receptionist is giving me this look when I have new woman show up. * please, your hotel is in a brothel town and is run by a polygamist Pakistani with one obviously mid-teenage wife and like 7 kids. Don't look at ME that way. We took home kit HIV tests, and had a drink, then moved on to the fucking. Sadly she was excited at first and was very friendly with me, but became shy and poorly responsive as we moved on through the act. My usual moves and experience were not sufficient to loosen her up. I tried to ask her what was wrong, but she wouldn't explain. The mood was shot, and I can't maintain an erection for a woman who is not into it at all. I sent her home with 3 k anyways, for her time. Not sure if I got played, did something wrong, or if she was letting her horny fantasy get ahead of her thinking mind. So basically that day was a wash.

I wandered around Mtwapa till it started to get dark, and saw an incredible number of young men simply loitering around on motorbikes or doing nothing at all. Who are all the motorbikes for? How do they make enough to survive when there is such an oversaturation of transport, but few people taking that transport? There is no bar scene at the moment, the town is dead for tourism. So there they sit in the sun, trying to get my attention. From my travels around the world, I have learned to gauge the danger level of a location by the number of idle young men in the streets. Here, the number of idle young men is off the charts. A lone white man in his 30's with absolutely no backup stands out like the sorest of thumbs.

Stopped by Casuarina and talked to a pro, offered some cash to show me the other scenes in the area. So she took me around to some slum-brothel shacks and local drinking establishments. Ugly, fat, malnourished women were on offer. Saw absolutely nothing worth getting that dirty for. The 'local bars' were dirt floor huts where Kenyans drink while ugly hookers and street people wander by. Not my scene. Quite depressing. I had a drink there, making sure to witness the cap being opened on my beer, bought a few drinks for the locals as to not leave them with bad feelings towards me, then went on my way after paying my 'guide'. I am sure there are more underground activities, but the effort required to penetrate into them isn't something I can summon up at the moment.

When I got back to my hotel I made the decision to cut my stay short and flush about $150 down the drain in lodging. Then I booked an airbnb in Nyali. I have about 10 women waiting to come visit me still at this point, and from asking a couple of them, it sounds like they are more than willing to come to Nyali also. It's a fairly central location, or so it seems. With relatively nice amenities close by, and with a far superior security situation (as far as I could tell). We shall see.

More to come.

Quick Run Down: Mtwapa is dead as a doornail for bar pickups or any type of street action. If there are pros here they are mostly in hiding, or have moved down to other parts of Mombasa for better pickings. The 7 pm bar closing time is a disaster, and the 10 pm curfew really limits things. The online-game is jumping, but there isn't any reason to be in Mtwapa for the online-game. It's a dirty town with very little going for it without the bar scene operating. I might check it out again someday, and stay at Jambo Traveler instead. It actually looks like an oasis in a sea of filth.

There ARE some absolute gems here and there in the town, but I wasn't feeling up for cold-approaching, especially while my lodging was in such a sorry state.

Real1
05-22-21, 15:11
I pregamed a few girls before I showed up, however I have just been riding with one so far since I been here and the other chicks are starting to fall off. They are assuming I'm with another chick and stopped fucking with me. Any tips?

DzikaBomba
05-22-21, 18:42
I chose poorly when it came to hotels. Prestige Leisure Hotel is a run down dump on a dirt road. It is only suitable for bringing 'low class' women with low expectations. I would not dream of trying to seduce a tinder hottie at this location. The roaches are very large, the beds are awful. Do not come here. Go to Jambo Traveler Hotel instead. I made it work anyways, because I did not feel like moving. It is also overpriced for the amenities. Getting the 'local rate' is impossible if you are a young and obviously new to Kenya mzungu. I am certain I am paying at least 2-3 x as much as the kenyans staying in this place. I am jealous of the hot young ladies the older white guys have, here. I wonder where they found them? Then again they have had months to years to perfect their trade, in this location.Thanks for your Report.

I was in Mtwapa in February for 3 Weeks and also in Prestige Leisure and enjoyed the Place and would go there again.

I paid 2,5 k for the bigger Apartment Room and it was ok. I especially liked the Location close to Causarina. The Bar Closing Time then was 9 pm, so it was ok, not like today.

But I like to stay at "low class" Places with "low Class" women haha. But that's me. But for the fact that you stayed in Prestige you paid high prices for Girls.

I picked up "low class" women from Casuarina or the Bar Opposite and paid them 1,5 - 2 K for LT with great Service.

But without Casuarina I'm not interested to go there. I don't like Online Pickings there. With Casuarina until 9 pm it was ok, but not without.

Mombie75
05-23-21, 08:16
FeelBait, your report was so good you posted it twice! Sounds like you are enjoying Las Mtwapa.

Real, times are tough for the locals at the moment so some will be busy with all sorts. You have to have patience with the Africans. You will work it out.

Neddy69
05-23-21, 19:34
Ya. Thanks for the update. Welcome to Mtwapa. You can check out, but you can never leave. Dead as a doornail. Thats why Kenya is off my list as long as the stupid curfew at 7 pm exists. My boots on the ground told me as much. One word though. You pay way too much. Overnight in Mtwapa is 2 k Ksh max. Transport. ST 1000 ksh. I am not so fond of Tinder. You can hit on anything which catches your eye during the day. Especially in Mtwapa. Extra income is always welcome. Local brothels. Forget it. They're for locals. And most locals are into big girls. But so far you're doing ok for a Kenya newbie.

Neddy.

Working in Sexprison for a while.

Zimzam
05-30-21, 02:26
Some latest from Mtwapa.

There is a new roadside bar which seems to be the new muzungu hot-spot.

It's called the Goldfish, located next to Eagles Nest, opposite Legend Club.

Nice bar, girls, who are very much used to muzungus hanging around.

Excellent grilled chicken.

The sad news is that the chef of the small restaurant under Eagles Nest, A & G restaurant, passed away recently. He was a very good chef, who had earned his stars working in the big hotels and the food was very reasonably priced. He was also a nice person.

Pole Sana.

Then the Marina Restaurant has changed it's name, I guess it's under new managem nuent as well.

One thing: the 7 pm closure really sucks. !

Neddy69
05-30-21, 03:51
Some latest from Mtwapa.

There is a new roadside bar which seems to be the new muzungu hot-spot.

It's called the Goldfish, located next to Eagles Nest, opposite Legend Club.

Nice bar, girls, who are very much used to muzungus hanging around.

Excellent grilled chicken.

The sad news is that the chef of the small restaurant under Eagles Nest, A & G restaurant, passed away recently. He was a very good chef, who had earned his stars working in the big hotels and the food was very reasonably priced. He was also a nice person.

Pole Sana.

Then the Marina Restaurant has changed it's name, I guess it's under new managem nuent as well.

One thing: the 7 pm closure really sucks. !A & G chef passed away? He had the best steak for 500 ksh in town. What a pity! Thanks for the update. Yeah nightlife sucks. What nightlife? At the rate people in Kenya getting vaccinated they probably lift the curfew in 2030.1 million out of 52 million. Uganda is even worse out of 44 million 500.000 are vaccinated. And Madagascar? 29.000 out of 12 million.

Neddy.

Blakman
05-30-21, 10:46
The outside sitting area can fit 15 people max. How many girls can congregate there. I was there with with true gent. Unless you are station in mtwapa no need to haul in a taxi to this place but it can be used as a sitting place to watch a few girls walk by but nothing abundant.


Some latest from Mtwapa.

There is a new roadside bar which seems to be the new muzungu hot-spot.

It's called the Goldfish, located next to Eagles Nest, opposite Legend Club.

Nice bar, girls, who are very much used to muzungus hanging around.

Excellent grilled chicken.

The sad news is that the chef of the small restaurant under Eagles Nest, A & G restaurant, passed away recently. He was a very good chef, who had earned his stars working in the big hotels and the food was very reasonably priced. He was also a nice person.

Pole Sana.

Then the Marina Restaurant has changed it's name, I guess it's under new managem nuent as well.

One thing: the 7 pm closure really sucks. !

Mopar Man
05-30-21, 16:39
Some latest from Mtwapa.

There is a new roadside bar which seems to be the new muzungu hot-spot.

It's called the Goldfish, located next to Eagles Nest, opposite Legend Club.

Nice bar, girls, who are very much used to muzungus hanging around.

Excellent grilled chicken.

The sad news is that the chef of the small restaurant under Eagles Nest, A & G restaurant, passed away recently. He was a very good chef, who had earned his stars working in the big hotels and the food was very reasonably priced. He was also a nice person.

Pole Sana.

Then the Marina Restaurant has changed it's name, I guess it's under new managem nuent as well.

One thing: the 7 pm closure really sucks. !Thanks for the update Zimzam.

That is sad news about the chef / owner of the A&G Cafe. It was one of the best spots in Mtwapa for good quality food at very reasonable prices. I had many a fine meal and coffee there with Neddy69 during the months I spent in Mtwapa in 2018/19 prior to Covid.

Zimzam, are you familiar with the restaurant 'Mtwapa Paradise' located just up the road from A&G, opposite the Kenda Arcade Hotel? I hope it is still open?? Other favourite spots for hanging out were Tom's Welfit Bakery, La Parisienne Cafe and the Croissant Bakery.

I'm looking forward to returning to Mtwapa in the near future. Just waiting for my second jab here at home then I will feel safer to travel. Like Neddy says 'it will take Kenya and Uganda forever' to get any reasonable level of vaccine's done in their countries. So we get some protection and go then. Wtf eh? I'm a 70 year old guy, I want some level of confidence I may not get to sick. A little sickness I am ok with, death, not so much. LOL.

I'm starting to feel the effects of extreme boredom here at home. LOL. Covid has produced my longest stretch of time at home in 14 years.

I'm hoping the curfew gets relaxed soon, however recent news from the Kisumu area is not encouraging. But, I can tell you, Mtwapa even with a curfew still offers more action than my area open 24/7. Haha.

OK, take care.

Zimzam
05-30-21, 19:37
Mtwapa, Sunday evening quarter to seven.

Naiz club, fully packed to the brim for Reggae Night.

On the other side of the street, Casuarina, absolutely completely empty.

BTW, at Naiz they spray your hands at the entrance with Dettol!

The horrible toilet smell stays for hours.

Blakman
05-31-21, 02:24
Beautiful spot to take a girl. Live band DJ after. Though places is full by 5 pm well at least hardly any seats available, packed by around 7:30 pm. Located inside reef hotel. Definitely girls wanting to go home with someone. I met one with a hot body.

Zimzam
05-31-21, 06:29
Zimzam, are you familiar with the restaurant 'Mtwapa Paradise' located just up the road from A&G, opposite the Kenda Arcade Hotel? I hope it is still open?? Other favourite spots for hanging out were Tom's Welfit Bakery, La Parisienne Cafe and the Croissant Bakery.

.Yes, all the places you mentioned are still open and operating.

However, Mtwapa Paradise has very few customers as well as "Berchtesgaden", even though they have draught beer again.

And I didn't see the Israeli real estate mafia gathering at Wellfit yet.

Swiss community still hanging around at Safari Inn.

Mopar Man
05-31-21, 17:52
Yes, all the places you mentioned are still open and operating.

However, Mtwapa Paradise has very few customers as well as "Berchtesgaden", even though they have draught beer again.

And I didn't see the Israeli real estate mafia gathering at Wellfit yet.

Swiss community still hanging around at Safari Inn.OK, thank you. I appreciate the positive feedback. I'm not familiar with 'Berchtesgarden' ? The others were all on my daily trap line so to say.

Afternoon beers at Big Tree, evenings spent circulating between Safari Inn, Cheers, Casuarina's, Club Niaz and others. What's and old pensioner not to love about that lifestyle. Haha.

And most importantly pleasant, friendly female company readily available. Best retirement home on the planet. LOL.

Cheers.

Leblon
06-01-21, 09:18
This was very sad story, for both of them.

https://www.tuko.co.ke/413768-krabbe-gunther-german-man-accused-killing-kenyan-girlfriend-found-dead.html

I hope that this does not make any bad spirit against musungus here in Mombasa.

Zimzam
06-02-21, 18:29
On Wednesday night there is a dancing competition at Club Legend. In fact the only place in Mtwapa, besides Naiz where a reasonable number of people are gathered.

So the girls in hotpants are shaking their asses, dancing Jamaican style, climbing the walls and occasionally rub their pussy in the nose of a Muzungu. I must say, if the girls would move that way while on top of me that would be quite an experience.

So Club Legend is organizing something every evening from 5 pm till 7 pm, like karaoke night and live band in the weekend.

After 7 it's still busy on the streets and the hookers are still standing on the usual spot along the street, I guess until 10 pm.

Zimzam
06-04-21, 08:46
There is actually a place in Mtwapa where you can go after 7 pm and even after 10 pm. As long as there are customers.

It is a very decent place with good music on a low level. Well stocked bar and food available.

You can even play pool.

The only condition for entering is that you will not cause any problems.

It seems to be well known by the muzungus, as there are quite a few around.

Mopar Man
06-18-21, 20:35
This was very sad story, for both of them.

https://www.tuko.co.ke/413768-krabbe-gunther-german-man-accused-killing-kenyan-girlfriend-found-dead.html

I hope that this does not make any bad spirit against musungus here in Mombasa.This news is from the online edition of the Nation. It tells of a Brit who is now in a legal situation with a woman who he appears to have been having a relationship with for the past year.

https://nation.africa/kenya/counties/mombasa/mombasa-businesswoman-accuses-briton-of-assault-3438088

As Neddy69 has mentioned many times in his 'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa. No Girlfriends. No Relationships.

When we become to entangled in affairs with local women there is all to great a chance of things going sideways. And if they do the downside can become very serious.

As Leblon recently pointed out, these situations can become deadly.

Cheers and travel with both eyes open.

Zimzam
06-20-21, 05:56
After Mombasa County now also Kilifi County has banned any live music or any band playing in clubs etc.

So now on both sides of the Mtwapa bridge life became more boring again.

And of course so many musicians lost their source of income now.

Mombie75
06-20-21, 10:04
This news is from the online edition of the Nation. It tells of a Brit who is now in a legal situation with a woman who he appears to have been having a relationship with for the past year.

https://nation.africa/kenya/counties/mombasa/mombasa-businesswoman-accuses-briton-of-assault-3438088

As Neddy69 has mentioned many times in his 'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa. No Girlfriends. No Relationships.

When we become to entangled in affairs with local women there is all to great a chance of things going sideways. And if they do the downside can become very serious.

As Leblon recently pointed out, these situations can become deadly.

Cheers and travel with both eyes open.Dutch guy murdered in Bamburi a couple of weeks back. His wife looks to be the one who set it up and has been arrested for questioning.

I never ever get why a white guy wants a GF in Kenya when there are girls everywhere, every minute of every day for hire. Tell them what you want, agree the price and stick to that. Once you do business or relationship the clock is always ticking to that big problem arriving. After 20 years in Kenya I see this all the time.

Leblon
06-23-21, 08:59
After Mombasa County now also Kilifi County has banned any live music or any band playing in clubs etc.

So now on both sides of the Mtwapa bridge life became more boring again.

And of course so many musicians lost their source of income now.Was there still some placewhere band was playing live music in Mwtapa? That died long time ago when bars were ordered to close at 7 pm. I went to Eagle Nest live music sessions on Wednesdays, but after bar closing time changed to 7 pm instead of 9 pm, they stopped.

Music itself is not banned? There are some lively evenings in Hypnotica and Moonshine in Nyali, and on Wednesday dancing competition on Legend in Mwtapa.

And places which are open whole night illegally.

Best parties continue to be in Diani.

Zimzam
06-25-21, 11:27
Was there still some place where band was playing live music in Mwtapa? That died long time ago when bars were ordered to close at 7 pm.
.Actually Club Legend had a live band playing several times a week from 5 pm to 7 pm, like the band that used to play in Eagles Nest, and the band of the owner, Ricky Mololo.

BTW, the place seems to have a new (American) manager now.

Still there is very loud music from the DJ played, like for example at the dance competition on Wednesdays.

At the "illegal" clubs (the Shebeens) in the night they play music at a very low level, and the visitors are also asked not to make too much noise.

Other places with live music used to be the " LUO Bar" at the corner near Posta, where the matatus are stopping and the hookers are standing in the night.

The funny thing is that the waitresses there are dressed in Swiss Dirndl costumes, as the lady owner has connections with Sankt Gallen, the actual name of the Bar.

So only girls with outstanding big boops can work there.

Other places with live music were the Congolese singer Ambro's own place in Shanzu, the " Bottoms Up Bar" and the Standard Grill, formerly Status Grill, opposite Lambada.

In fact at this place you can still hear live BANGO music being played, maybe the owner has good connections.

AttilaTheHun
06-27-21, 00:14
This news is from the online edition of the Nation. It tells of a Brit who is now in a legal situation with a woman who he appears to have been having a relationship with for the past year.

https://nation.africa/kenya/counties/mombasa/mombasa-businesswoman-accuses-briton-of-assault-3438088

As Neddy69 has mentioned many times in his 'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa. No Girlfriends. No Relationships.

When we become to entangled in affairs with local women there is all to great a chance of things going sideways. And if they do the downside can become very serious.

As Leblon recently pointed out, these situations can become deadly.

Cheers and travel with both eyes open.1. Thou shalt not marry.

2. Thou shalt not take a live in girl friend.

3. Thou shalt trust nobody.

4. Thou shalt not buy land or property.

5. Thou shalt not make any kind of business.

6. Thou shalt lock up all your valuables at all times.

7. Thou shalt never drink alcohol in excess.

8. Thou shalt never walk in the dark.

9. Thou shalt negotiate the price in advance.

10. Thou shalt never fall in love.

PussNet
06-27-21, 20:06
1. Thou shalt not marry.

2. Thou shalt not take a live in girl friend.

3. Thou shalt trust nobody.

4. Thou shalt not buy land or property.

5. Thou shalt not make any kind of business.

6. Thou shalt lock up all your valuables at all times.

7. Thou shalt never drink alcohol in excess.

8. Thou shalt never walk in the dark.

9. Thou shalt negotiate the price in advance.

10. Thou shalt never fall in love.I agree with commandments 1-9 but I wonder why Neddy put the 10th one.

Beno69
07-10-21, 07:01
I agree with commandments 1-9 but I wonder why Neddy put the 10th one. Is Neddy69 still alive or 'no existing' Covid19 killed him? There are no more posts from him.

Neddy69
07-10-21, 10:31
Is Neddy69 still alive or 'no existing' Covid19 killed him? There are no more posts from him.I am working in sex prison. Another couple of months suffering. I'm monitoring the situation closely. Otherwise I'm alive and kicking.

Neddy.

Why would I be afraid of Covid? the survival rate is more than 99%.... Traffic accidents or malaria ar far more deadly.

BroComplex
07-24-21, 18:30
I am working in sex prison. Another couple of months suffering. I'm monitoring the situation closely. Otherwise I'm alive and kicking.

Neddy.

Why would I be afraid of Covid? the survival rate is more than 99%.... Traffic accidents or malaria ar far more deadly.......Yes the survival rate is high but you could be one of the unlucky ones. If you are over 50 years old I would be worried.

NIO 400
07-26-21, 18:26
This is a short update aimed to understand what to expect.

1. Taxi from Airport to Mtwapa is 2 K or get a SIM card for Uber at the outside section of the airport terminal. All mobile operators there are scammers but Safaricom. Line is Long.

2. The public beach is closed by two layers of fence and a police in a middle. Private beach AKA hotels or Mtwapa beach is open.

3. From About 8 PM Mtwapa become a Ghost town. Bars close at 7 PM.

4. Transport from Mtwapa to city mall is best by a TokTok, only 200 bob. I forgot already about Matatu.

5. I heard complain about Dar (Tanzanya) that no place for coffee for watching the action. So plenty of places here from eaglenest area down the road many small bars with food / Grill.

6. a Popular bar for Pro is down eagle nest on the road. Soda is 50 BOB.

7. Hotels are all 3.5 K per day but apartments with full service / equipped are around 1800 per day if you pay a week in advanced. Empty apartments are 12 k per month.

8. Mtwapa is still a shit place although I see a luxury apartments popping all over.

9. Girls-Most girls now not interested as in the past years. So if you remember the time that you talk to every girl and she comes your room and only then talk price its history. Some girls will ask crazy price and most refuse to go. If you use Tinder they all refuse to go unless you offer similar or higher price then in Thailand etc. Many girls will walk away from you as you approach them like they don't want even to come close to you. In one of the coffee shops the Waitresses complain to the manager about a customer that touch her hand. So the older version of Mtwapa is largely gone.

Finally I don't see any reason to come to Mtwapa. Sexy girls still there from everyday life so if you can offer a very high proposal that they can not reject maybe you can get them. Or just work hard to find something that fits you.

Leblon
07-27-21, 12:40
This is a short update aimed to understand what to expect.

1. Taxi from Airport to Mtwapa is 2 K or get a SIM card for Uber at the outside section of the airport terminal. All mobile operators there are scammers but Safaricom. Line is Long.

2. The public beach is closed by two layers of fence and a police in a middle. Private beach AKA hotels or Mtwapa beach is open.

3. From About 8 PM Mtwapa become a Ghost town. Bars close at 7 PM.

4. Transport from Mtwapa to city mall is best by a TokTok, only 200 bob. I forgot already about Matatu.

5. I heard complain about Dar (Tanzanya) that no place for coffee for watching the action. So plenty of places here from eaglenest area down the road many small bars with food / Grill.

6. a Popular bar for Pro is down eagle nest on the road. Soda is 50 BOB.

7. Hotels are all 3.5 K per day but apartments with full service / equipped are around 1800 per day if you pay a week in advanced. Empty apartments are 12 k per month.

8. Mtwapa is still a shit place although I see a luxury apartments popping all over.

9. Girls-Most girls now not interested as in the past years. So if you remember the time that you talk to every girl and she comes your room and only then talk price its history. Some girls will ask crazy price and most refuse to go. If you use Tinder they all refuse to go unless you offer similar or higher price then in Thailand etc. Many girls will walk away from you as you approach them like they don't want even to come close to you. In one of the coffee shops the Waitresses complain to the manager about a customer that touch her hand. So the older version of Mtwapa is largely gone.

Finally I don't see any reason to come to Mtwapa. Sexy girls still there from everyday life so if you can offer a very high proposal that they can not reject maybe you can get them. Or just work hard to find something that fits you.I left on beginning of July. I was paying 2000 shillings per night, girls were nice and slim and pretty in my opinion. I am planning to go back. Some girls refused and wanted more, for some I paid 2 k for short time.

But if somebody refused there was always somebody else to come, economic situation is not good. I have never used Tinder, I have lot of old contacts. I picked up girls from those Postal Road cafes and bars near eagle nest, Zodiac, Legion, wherever. I got many contact numbers from these common girls like waitresses but that is so slow and difficullt way to get laid, I personally prefer malayas. , meaning working girls.

Himbersaft
07-27-21, 20:23
This is a short update aimed to understand what to expect.



3. From About 8 PM Mtwapa become a Ghost town. Bars close at 7 PM.

4. Transport from Mtwapa to city mall is best by a TokTok, only 200 bob. I forgot already about Matatu.

8. Mtwapa is still a shit place although I see a luxury apartments popping all over.
To point 3 : Restaurants open until 9 PM for example Safari In (Shanzu) Yuls, Cha Choma (Bamburi Beach) etc.

To point 4 : Matatu from Mtwapa to city mall / Nyli center 50 bob, from Mtwapa to Mombasa town 100 bob.

To point 5: I agree, Mtwapa was and is a shit hole or how one of my friends says: Holidays in the garbage dump.

Edward5
08-01-21, 22:10
I saw some posts where some say you can get any girl as long as the offer is enough. Is this relatively true? Like if you get turned down could you start offering high but reasonable prices, like $200-$300 to girls that turned you down, would that change their mind for more cash?

For example if you saw a girl working in the mall, can you most likely get her to have sex with you if you offered her a decent amount of money.

How much cash would you need to buy most girls who turned you down when you didn't offer them any money?

How would you go about offering them cash for sex, would you say something like, Would $100 dollars be enough for you to have sex with me? Can you be direct like that?

Tinte
08-02-21, 06:52
What will bee the outcome in Mombasa?

If the girl is financially well, has a Boyfriend and strong familiarly bonds etc. She may starts a drama und you perhaps end up in trouble I guess.

For a start, if a girl is not responding to a smile and a Hello, - I would forget it, not worth it.

First to Kenya I have therefor found some girls impolite wen they not responded to a simpel greeting, a non intentional Hello, . Thats just a signal.

Now its easy, if they respond to a smile and a Hello, I would go on with my intention.

Black ink.

NIO 400
08-02-21, 08:23
How much cash would you need to buy most girls who turned you down when you didn't offer them any money?.Try yourself, just go to your bank senior female executive, tell her you want to fuck her when she refuse offer half of her salary. If she refuse again offer more and more.

See what happen and post here this case study.

SceticoBlu
08-02-21, 12:20
I saw some posts where some say you can get any girl as long as the offer is enough.

Some but not any. They have their pride. And be aware that part of their pride is not to be paid for sex. But they readily take a gift.

Tinte
08-02-21, 17:00
How does a guy brings at first the fact across that the payment after sex will bee clearly a gift and not wage to avoid a slap into his face because he wanted her to become a hooker in case of a misunderstanding by the girl.

Tinte / black ink.

Dg8787
08-02-21, 17:05
Try yourself, just go to your bank senior female executive, tell her you want to fuck her when she refuse offer half of her salary. If she refuse again offer more and more.

See what happen and post here this case study.With any bank employee you would just ask if you can make a direct deposit in her.

The approach to any female would be the same as with any girl in the home country.

Dg8787
08-02-21, 17:08
How does a guy brings at first the fact across that the payment after sex will bee clearly a gift and not wage to avoid a slap into his face because he wanted her to become a hooker in case of a misunderstanding by the girl.

Tinte / black ink.I usually say here is something for you to buy a gift for your kid (s) or for yourself and tuck the money into her purse or pocket.

SceticoBlu
08-02-21, 18:45
You make her compliments and say you would like to invite her for a drink. If at the beginning you talk about money and sex she will be shocked. You will get dates and get laid. However don't expect that it always works. Afterwards you just give her something like 2 K and no more talk about money is necessary.

In case you are too shy or unept for a minimum of flirting stay with the professional dating sites.

Tinte
08-02-21, 20:36
Go out and visit Casuarina, chat up a Girl and bee as nice as you can. Flirt with her, buy her some drinks and bee the king on the dance floor with her. She sure will love it, appreciate it.

Then screw her in any style you like it. Etc.

Soon after the deed try to send her home with the money for a lollipop for her son.

The doc will eventually study your case.

You got to meet the girls expectations in you and in some Counties in Africa you can mostly easy do so. But some girls just give a shit on you for any money.

Besides they like sex as everywhere.

Tinte / black ink.

Zimzam
08-04-21, 10:14
Believe it or not, but at the moment Big Tree is being renovated.

They are building a new terrace with hopefully Ocean-proof walls.

The terrace is now directly connected to the main bar area.

Also the ramshackle gents change cabin, which only had a few remnants of a curtain left, has been replaced with a mobile toilet, but that doesn't really provide a pleasant place to change your clothing.

Mopar Man
08-04-21, 15:58
Believe it or not, but at the moment Big Tree is being renovated.

They are building a new terrace with hopefully Ocean-proof walls.

The terrace is now directly connected to the main bar area.

Also the ramshackle gents change cabin, which only had a few remnants of a curtain left, has been replaced with a mobile toilet, but that doesn't really provide a pleasant place to change your clothing.Okay! Now this is the kinda good news story I like to read! Life returns to a North Coast Landmark.

Excellent news ZimZam.

I hope to return to the area in the next weeks. It is good to hear of signs of renewed life in that dusty, little paradise!!

Maybe Big Tree can become the new 'day time' version of Casuarina's until the bar hours are extended in the evening?

Cheers.

Leblon
08-04-21, 21:31
Okay! Now this is the kinda good news story I like to read! Life returns to a North Coast Landmark.

Excellent news ZimZam.

I hope to return to the area in the next weeks. It is good to hear of signs of renewed life in that dusty, little paradise!!

Maybe Big Tree can become the new 'day time' version of Casuarina's until the bar hours are extended in the evening?

Cheers.Good news indeed. I think Big Tree already is day time version of Casarina, and it has been already many years, together with Cheers. When I asked from Mwtapa hard working girls where they had been in daytime, often they told me that they had been in Big Tree and Cheers, also this year. And for Bamburi girls it is near.

SceticoBlu
08-05-21, 06:59
This year most days Big Tree had more staff than guests. There is competition by the Club Tisa 10 minutes away. Soda 150 plus transport is too much for a girl to site there and hope a muzungu comes.

Zimzam
08-10-21, 17:15
Now the bars etc are allowed to continue until 9 in the evening.

Mopar Man
08-11-21, 01:00
Now the bars etc are allowed to continue until 9 in the evening.This is very welcome news ZimZam. Thank you for posting. I just applied for my eVisa yesterday and am hoping to travel to the coast within a couple of weeks.

Cheers.

Jalle
08-15-21, 22:10
I've read the forum 50 pages back, but still having hard time choosing where to stay around the north coast. The area appears to be really confusing for first-timer and currently even more so given the current covid closures. I've decided not to stay in Mtwapa dust since I'm spending some weeks in rural Africa before Mombasa. Also, I'm heading to Diani after north coast so that's not an option.

My criterion:

- relatively safe area to walk around daytime.

- pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby.

- relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc.

- 30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself).

According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public. Does it make beach area completely dead? Would it make sense to stay near Nyali malls or further north the coast around Bamburi? I've got an impression that some normally lively places can be deserted because of covid. Which area is the place to be right now? Any help is highly appreciated!

By the way if anyone is around in Nov-Dec let me know.

Neddy69
08-16-21, 10:49
I've read the forum 50 pages back, but still having hard time choosing where to stay around the north coast. The area appears to be really confusing for first-timer and currently even more so given the current covid closures. I've decided not to stay in Mtwapa dust since I'm spending some weeks in rural Africa before Mombasa. Also, I'm heading to Diani after north coast so that's not an option.

My criterion:

- relatively safe area to walk around daytime.

- pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby.

- relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc.

- 30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself).

According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public. Does it make beach area completely dead? Would it make sense to stay near Nyali malls or further north the coast around Bamburi? I've got an impression that some normally lively places can be deserted because of covid. Which area is the place to be right now? Any help is highly appreciated!

By the way if anyone is around in Nov-Dec let me know.The problem I have with Nyali. You need transport. Everything is spread out.

Mtwapa. There's only one way to find out. Go there. I like convenience. In Mtwapa I can do everything by walking.

Including picking up pussy while I do my shopping. LOL.

Neddy.

Mombie75
08-16-21, 12:40
My criterion:

Relatively safe area to walk around daytime = all areas are safe in daylight hours away from one or two on Mombasa island where you won't be anyways.

Pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby. = pretty much everywhere.

Relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc. = Mtwapa, Bamburi, Nyali all have this. Each one is only a few $ away from each other by uber. I always stay on Bamburi beach as it is central for all of them.

30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself). = Too many options to name.

According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public = Yes, could well change by Nov as locals have met MPs to get it reopened just yesterday.

Does it make beach area completely dead? = Currently yes it very quiet.

Leblon
08-17-21, 11:16
I've read the forum 50 pages back, but still having hard time choosing where to stay around the north coast. The area appears to be really confusing for first-timer and currently even more so given the current covid closures. I've decided not to stay in Mtwapa dust since I'm spending some weeks in rural Africa before Mombasa. Also, I'm heading to Diani after north coast so that's not an option.

My criterion:

- relatively safe area to walk around daytime.

- pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby.

- relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc.

- 30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself).

According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public. Does it make beach area completely dead? Would it make sense to stay near Nyali malls or further north the coast around Bamburi? I've got an impression that some normally lively places can be deserted because of covid. Which area is the place to be right now? Any help is highly appreciated!

By the way if anyone is around in Nov-Dec let me know.I used always stay in Big Tree in Bamburi beach, I did that also in January-February this year. Then I got tired of travelling from Mwtapa at last minute before curfew started, with crazy motobike taxi, scaring for my life. Usually with a girl who was just browsing her phone, not scared at all, although we went so far that we passed all the cars.

So I moved to Mwtapa and I was happy there. In Mwtapa there are some places which are open still when other bars close, illegally.

You could go Nyali also, but where to walk there? In shopping center and in beach? There are places also in Nyali that are open whole night, but not as good for mongering. In Nyali there are Moonshine and Hypnotica, if you are looking for girl friend (and some working girls also).

If you are looking for bad girls (which I thing as good girls), go to Mwtapa, it is more simple there.

By the way, what I have understood, afternoon places are still Big Tree and Cheers (close to each others), that is where some Mwtapa girls went when I asked them. And for Bamburi girls those places are near.

DzikaBomba
08-17-21, 13:18
My Recommendation is Prestige Leisure in Mtwapa.

When you contact the Owner directly (you can contact me through PM for his Number) you get a big Apartment for 2500 Ksh.

Smaller and cheaper Rooms are also available.

The Location is good. But the standard is a bit lower, some would say run down, but I liked it. But the Rooms are big, the people are nice, the service is good. You have Internet, warm water.

You have two pools and Restaurant on the possession. What else do you want?

Girlfriendly 100% as long as they have ID.

Everything close and BodaBodas are always waiting for you outside.

Zimzam
08-18-21, 19:25
Unfortunately a new mosque has started operating just next door, with even louder speakers.

Besides the already extremely noisy hallelujah churches around.

Leblon
08-18-21, 22:54
When I was in Mwtapa, I was hanging around Postal Road cafes and bars all the time. So seemed to be many other musungus. So better take hotel somewhere there if somebody goes to Mwtapa. Then you can just walk around, no need for motobike taxis.

Neddy69
08-19-21, 09:30
When I was in Mwtapa, I was hanging around Postal Road cafes and bars all the time. So seemed to be many other musungus. So better take hotel somewhere there if somebody goes to Mwtapa. Then you can just walk around, no need for motobike taxis.Exactly. I have everything within a mile radius. Plus endless entertainment 24/7. Wazungu being murdered, ripped off, lied to, jailed, drugged. Drama every day. They should make an epic TV documentary. Mtwapa the city which never sleeps. Everybody is living there. From destitute scots, drunkards of various nations on minimum pension, millionaires, tax evaders, retired mafia dons (no kidding), fugitives of all kinds, child molesters, retired somali pirates, child support evaders. How I know it. I know them all. I listen. But I never speak. You name it Mtwapa has it. The highlight is everyday the expat coffee meeting where unbelievable stories are swapped. (All true of course). Just read the Daily Nation. Its Africa. On the way up posta road (now paved) you pick up pussy at random for a quick relaxation. At nightfall you head up to chew fresh miraa or smoke natural herbs then head to legends for sweet Congolese life Soukouss or Rhumba. After that to Naiz for a couple of ice cold tuskers looking at some red hot dressed chicas. Later to AR Casuarina enjoying the show and listen to sweet bongo tunes from Tanzania.

Neddy.

Who misses Mtwapa dearly.

Oiste
08-19-21, 17:23
Exactly. I have everything within a mile radius. Plus endless entertainment 24/7. Wazungu being murdered, ripped off, lied to, jailed, drugged. Drama every day. They should make an epic TV documentary. Mtwapa the city which never sleeps. Everybody is living there. From destitute scots, drunkards of various nations on minimum pension, millionaires, tax evaders, retired mafia dons (no kidding), fugitives of all kinds, child molesters, retired somali pirates, child support evaders. How I know it. I know them all. I listen. But I never speak. You name it Mtwapa has it. The highlight is everyday the expat coffee meeting where unbelievable stories are swapped. (All true of course). Just read the Daily Nation. Its Africa. On the way up posta road (now paved) you pick up pussy at random for a quick relaxation. At nightfall you head up to chew fresh miraa or smoke natural herbs then head to legends for sweet Congolese life Soukouss or Rhumba. After that to Naiz for a couple of ice cold tuskers looking at some red hot dressed chicas. Later to AR Casuarina enjoying the show and listen to sweet bongo tunes from Tanzania.

Neddy.

Who misses Mtwapa dearly.Dear Neddy,

You have clear ideas. Better to listen to the misfortunes of others than to tell your own.

Mombie75
08-19-21, 19:32
Exactly. I have everything within a mile radius. Plus endless entertainment 24/7. Wazungu being murdered, ripped off, lied to, jailed, drugged. Drama every day. They should make an epic TV documentary. Mtwapa the city which never sleeps. Everybody is living there. From destitute scots, drunkards of various nations on minimum pension, millionaires, tax evaders, retired mafia dons (no kidding), fugitives of all kinds, child molesters, retired somali pirates, child support evaders. How I know it. I know them all. I listen. But I never speak. You name it Mtwapa has it. The highlight is everyday the expat coffee meeting where unbelievable stories are swapped. (All true of course). Just read the Daily Nation. Its Africa. On the way up posta road (now paved) you pick up pussy at random for a quick relaxation. At nightfall you head up to chew fresh miraa or smoke natural herbs then head to legends for sweet Congolese life Soukouss or Rhumba. After that to Naiz for a couple of ice cold tuskers looking at some red hot dressed chicas. Later to AR Casuarina enjoying the show and listen to sweet bongo tunes from Tanzania.

Neddy.

Who misses Mtwapa dearly.Well, I stay on Bamburi beach, spend my time at the other end of the stretch at Cafeserie, Java, City mall, but I do oftentimes have a wander up to Mtwapa late afternoon to pick up an evening delight or Casaurina late on. There are certainly plenty of Brits and Europeans I have seen shrink in size and stature over the decade or so on the scene, the sun, the women, the constant ducking and diving wears them down. Keep yourself to yourself, never get involved, have your short time with a girl, never see them more than a 3 times, be up front and agree the price, move on once the deed is done, there are plenty and a never ending stream of them to go around.

Jalle
08-20-21, 01:14
Thanks for great advice everyone!

It seems like Mtwapa is more interesting than I initially thought. Is it something similar to Kabalagala in Kampala? At least Neddy has seen them both if I recall correctly?

My only problem with Mtwapa is daytime. I'd rather spend my days on the beach or in fancier bars. Not that I haven't seen more low key places during my 15 Africa trips, but in this case there are decent beach options nearby. Did I understand correctly that Mtwapa daytime scene is mostly pros looking for extra buck?

Zimzam
08-20-21, 05:17
My only . Did I understand correctly that Mtwapa daytime scene is mostly pros looking for extra buck?I would say Big Tree and Cheers is where you meet the real pros in the daytime, while wherever you walk in Mtwapa you will meet so many smiles on the way. You just have to respond to them.

There is the Cobacabana Beach in Mtwapa that has developed into some kind of a Disneyland especially since the public Kenyatta Beach was closed.

Every week more elaborate and permanent structures are erected on the beach, sound systems are blaring from all sides.

Like public beach before most girls that come there are not specifically looking for a muzungu, but you might be lucky there.

BTW, just experienced some kind of an Anne Frank situation when we were in a bar after curfew hour. It was announced that the police was coming.

We had to rush to the attic where we were packed into a small room under the makuti in the dark, being urged to be dead silent.

Anyway after some time the sign, all clear, was given and everything went on like before, as if nothing had happened.

CrowExplorer
08-20-21, 05:29
BTW, just experienced some kind of an Anne Frank situation when we were in a bar after curfew hour. It was announced that the police was coming.

We had to rush to the attic where we were packed into a small room under the makuti in the dark, being urged to be dead silent.

Anyway after some time the sign, all clear, was given and everything went on like before, as if nothing had happened.Wow! We're living in scary times. No matter where you happen to be in, it seems the one thing all countries have in common, is that their government used covid 19 as an excuse to give themselves more power over this past year.

Mombie75
08-20-21, 09:20
I would say Big Tree and Cheers is where you meet the real pros in the daytime, while wherever you walk in Mtwapa you will meet so many smiles on the way. You just have to respond to them.

There is the Cobacabana Beach in Mtwapa that has developed into some kind of a Disneyland especially since the public Kenyatta Beach was closed.

Every week more elaborate and permanent structures are erected on the beach, sound systems are blaring from all sides.

Like public beach before most girls that come there are not specifically looking for a muzungu, but you might be lucky there.

BTW, just experienced some kind of an Anne Frank situation when we were in a bar after curfew hour. It was announced that the police was coming.

We had to rush to the attic where we were packed into a small room under the makuti in the dark, being urged to be dead silent.

Anyway after some time the sign, all clear, was given and everything went on like before, as if nothing had happened.Haha brilliant. Watch your pockets in the dark and get a fresh drink when you get out.

Neddy69
08-20-21, 13:12
Dear Neddy,

You have clear ideas. Better to listen to the misfortunes of others than to tell your own.Make no mistake. I also left a couple of 1000 on the table. I call it entrance fee to paradise. But all these stories I hear make me chuckle. Kenyan chicas know how to fuck your brains out. Literally. Most important. Learn from your mistakes. Some of those I met never learned and ended up destitute and bankrupt.

Neddy.

Neddy69
08-20-21, 13:24
Thanks for great advice everyone!

It seems like Mtwapa is more interesting than I initially thought. Is it something similar to Kabalagala in Kampala? At least Neddy has seen them both if I recall correctly?

My only problem with Mtwapa is daytime. I'd rather spend my days on the beach or in fancier bars. Not that I haven't seen more low key places during my 15 Africa trips, but in this case there are decent beach options nearby. Did I understand correctly that Mtwapa daytime scene is mostly pros looking for extra buck?Pros? The lowest scum hangs out early evening in the bars around eagles nest scrounging free drinks from the drunkards. In Mtwapa there is no clear border between Semi Pro or Non Pro. You pay the tariff. Just walk down posta road. Say mambo.

Someone could make a behavorial study. Nothing stops you from getting into a matatu to go to Bamburi Beach during daytime. Also I go frequently. Before sunset I'm back in Mtwapa. Best to go stay in Merry Villas or (F) Luck Apartments. Monger Central self Catering Appartements.

Neddy.

Neddy69
08-21-21, 21:35
I go to Kenya anytime. I feel safe there.

The answer to just how many people die on Kenya's roads depends on who you ask.

The country's national transport authority put it at 2,965 for 2016, while the official statistics agency had it as 4,809 people. Then there's the World Health Organisation, which says between 3,000 and 13,000 Kenyans die each year on the country's roads.

Official Covid death toll in Kenya:

4,467.

Neddy.

Jamie8
09-01-21, 15:03
So tinder is amazing here crazy amount fo matches just make sure to video call first, had a few fake people that refuse! It's probably all you need (I didn't wander outside solo much yet just work and tinder so no experience of girls in bars) but I do miss escort agencies. Does anyone know of any proper agencies with a website etc? Or any good facebook groups?

Not many posts recently but if anyone has any questions I'm happy to help, living in Shanzu currently but will probably move closer to the beach soon. Any apartment hunting tips with good internet would also be appreciated.

Thanks!

Mombie75
09-01-21, 18:56
An escort agency in Mombasa would be a complete waste of time, the women are found everywhere from the street, shops, salons, bars. They would just fake pics up and overcharge.

Onyx82
09-09-21, 12:14
My strategy was simple: badoo and tinder profiles with stated raunchy intent. No promises of dating or romance. Just flings. I even made mention of specific activity I was seeking on Badoo, which was bareback + creampie. I straight up told every chick I matched with (and there were many), to read my profile then give me their whatsapp if they still were interested.Wow great report man!

It's something similar I'm after when I will go to Kenya.

Mostly done mongering in Thailand and there you can do BB without any problems (from my experience).

Just a question mate:

Did you setup the tinder / badoo before you went to Kenya or when you where there?

Amadeuss
09-09-21, 12:46
So tinder is amazing here crazy amount fo matches just make sure to video call first, had a few fake people that refuse! It's probably all you need (I didn't wander outside solo much yet just work and tinder so no experience of girls in bars) but I do miss escort agencies. Does anyone know of any proper agencies with a website etc? Or any good facebook groups?

Not many posts recently but if anyone has any questions I'm happy to help, living in Shanzu currently but will probably move closer to the beach soon. Any apartment hunting tips with good internet would also be appreciated.

Thanks!You are new to free mongering, asking girls out? You prefer to stay in the basement and video call girls? Then no need to go to Mombasa! As Mombie said: calling Escorts there are a waste of time.

Go out, put a smile on your face, walk the roads, grab a beer, sit down and the birds will come to you. Become a grown up man and not a little shy schoolboy.

Onyx82
09-09-21, 14:30
Hello fellow mongers!

I've been planning / thinking about my trip next year when I turn 40.

My first plan was to visit Rio but that has changed to Kenya instead since better prices, less fly time and I've been really urging to try some of the African ladies.

So my plan is to travel around 1 week after the election (hopefully it will be calm) and to stay 1 month or a little bit more.

Plan like 4-6 days first in Nairobi then 2 weeks in Mombasa and then back to Nairobi for a last week or so.

I've read threw the forums a bit and realized that Mtwapa maybe shouldn't be a area to have your base in Mombasa area.

So from what I've read there is a few options:

Bamburi.

Diani Beach.

Nyali.

1) What areas would you recommend for a first time Kenya monger in Mombasa that is used to Thailand?

2) Tinder / badoo, should you start it before you go and use the gold future to find prospects before arriving or is that unnecessary when you are in Nairobi first?

3) How much does Cialis and stuff like the cost?

4 a) Been thinking about taking a safari tour too, but the prices I've found online seems ridiculous some of them?

4 b) Should I bring along a girl to a safari (wouldn't mind paying for her if she is a wild crazy one).

5) Is it much hazel to take a detour to Tanzania and Dar / Zanzibar? And is it worth it?

6) Airbnb or hotel?

Pros cons in Kenya?

Hmm I think that's about what I can think about right now.

Thanks in advance the Swedish bloke.

Oh if you have any good newbie tips feel free to share it too.

NIO 400
09-10-21, 09:27
My first report which was posted last month was a kind of negative impression as it was refered to my first week of the month. So what was change in the following 3 weeks?

1. Its turned out that my appartment become to hell from various reasons. I was staying at "Mtwapa palm estate". First the non stop nois comming from "Marry Villa" this two buliding nearly touch each other and the TV nois from the african was non stop all night. WIfi was terrible too altough the owner claim he was renovated.

2. I moved to one of the israelies building in the Ally oposite the Wellfit Bakery. The guy wanted 3500 bob per day but after he saw he will not get it he reduce the fee to 2000 bob for the appartment in the last floor. (they also have rooms too for 2 k). The name of the place was "Romi Villa" the owner is Israel from Yemen origin. You can fuck all the girls in this hotell. You need to understand this is mostly long term rentals for local girls witout any cleaning services, and utilites not included or furnitures. So the local girls that live there including cleaners etc will fuck milion percent. This hotel have more upscale rooms / appartment for tourist and fast WIFI with nearly no noise. Its located in the far end of the ally. Consruction noise in Mtwapa can kill you its a non stop pain.

3. Girls-The best place to get girls is the area around Wellfit Bakery but after a short learnig curves we got contact from the israelies. We call it "recommanded girls" which means good looking with NO Drama. So you need to become friends with them the will give you the numbers. Price is around 1 K all night. You need to remember that this girls was hunted in deep waters from villiges some have been suported by "boyfriends" some not. Some are sex bombs with no kids but bedore I got this contacts I had no access to this girls.

4. Mtwapa is best fitted for those who who ignore the pain of the constant noise, the police, the pot holes, the dissess. The imposible slow wifi etc and focus only about fucking in the lower posiible fee for the longer possible time.

5. if you sick there get the fuck out, the midicine some are fake. For example the the Benzathine Penicillin is fake its sold for 100 bob in hospitals. Including Mombasa hospital.

6. Uber is no longer working there. You can see two taxies in the App but its not working.

7. Tourist police is located withing Mtwapa police they are Ok.

8. PCR test before you departure you go to Mombasa hospital, The process is manual and frustrating to get the resoults by mail you need to handwright your mail and hope they not forget to send it. No automation here as all the proccess is manual on papers. My flight to Dubai was from Nairobi so I had to show a QR code Kenya health in Nairobi airport even when I took a flight from Mombasa.

9. After a month I left to Dubai and from there to Bogota Colombia.

Good Luck.

Taurus1
09-11-21, 09:53
My first report which was posted last month was a kind of negative impression as it was refered to my first week of the month. So what was change in the following 3 weeks?

1. Its turned out that my appartment become to hell from various reasons. I was staying at "Mtwapa palm estate". First the non stop nois comming from "Marry Villa" this two buliding nearly touch each other and the TV nois from the african was non stop all night. WIfi was terrible too altough the owner claim he was renovated.

2. I moved to one of the israelies building in the Ally oposite the Wellfit Bakery. The guy wanted 3500 bob per day but after he saw he will not get it he reduce the fee to 2000 bob for the appartment in the last floor. (they also have rooms too for 2 k). The name of the place was "Romi Villa" the owner is Israel from Yemen origin. You can fuck all the girls in this hotell. You need to understand this is mostly long term rentals for local girls witout any cleaning services, and utilites not included or furnitures. So the local girls that live there including cleaners etc will fuck milion percent. This hotel have more upscale rooms / appartment for tourist and fast WIFI with nearly no noise. Its located in the far end of the ally. Consruction noise in Mtwapa can kill you its a non stop pain.

3. Girls-The best place to get girls is the area around Wellfit Bakery but after a short learnig curves we got contact from the israelies. We call it "recommanded girls" which means good looking with NO Drama. So you need to become friends with them the will give you the numbers. Price is around 1 K all night. You need to remember that this girls was hunted in deep waters from villiges some have been suported by "boyfriends" some not. Some are sex bombs with no kids but bedore I got this contacts I had no access to this girls.

4. Mtwapa is best fitted for those who who ignore the pain of the constant noise, the police, the pot holes, the dissess. The imposible slow wifi etc and focus only about fucking in the lower posiible fee for the longer possible time.

5. if you sick there get the fuck out, the midicine some are fake. For example the the Benzathine Penicillin is fake its sold for 100 bob in hospitals. Including Mombasa hospital.

6. Uber is no longer working there. You can see two taxies in the App but its not working.

7. Tourist police is located withing Mtwapa police they are Ok.

8. PCR test before you departure you go to Mombasa hospital, The process is manual and frustrating to get the resoults by mail you need to handwright your mail and hope they not forget to send it. No automation here as all the proccess is manual on papers. My flight to Dubai was from Nairobi so I had to show a QR code Kenya health in Nairobi airport even when I took a flight from Mombasa.

9. After a month I left to Dubai and from there to Bogota Colombia.

Good Luck.For internet you can buy data bundle from Safaricom. 5 GB = 1000 KSh. / 10 GB = 2000 KSh. Very reliable everywhere. Sim-Card is 100 KSh.

Go to the shop, they install

It for you. There is a complication as you have to convert the phone air time into data air time. I give them a small tip of max. 100 KSh.

NIO 400
09-11-21, 10:15
For internet you can buy data bundle from Safaricom. 5 GB = 1000 KSh. / 10 GB = 2000 KSh..I bought the Telcom Unlimited internet for 4 K bob. Its a monthly bundle and the phone number never expired. The location is https://g.page/KEN-COMPS-MTWAPA?share.

No limit on usage.

Zimzam
09-12-21, 11:17
Unfortunately nowadays internet via Telkom sim-card is sometimes terribly slow and coverage is not available everywhere, especially at some beach areas.

I think the slow internet is the case when many people are using Telkom at the same time. Sometimes I have to switch over to Safaricom, which performs better, but is more expensive.

SceticoBlu
09-12-21, 11:55
PCR test before you departure you go to Mombasa hospital, The process is manual and frustrating to get the resoults by mail you need to handwright your mail and hope they not forget to send it. No automation here as all the proccess is manual on papers.
Better go and take the result yourself. They are open 24 h. The result is ready on the next day. I stopped at Mombasa Hospital on my way to the airport and so avoided going to town a second extra time.

Somewhere else it was written on entering Kenya a PCR test is not required in case of full vaccination. Maybe this is also true for leaving Kenya, but I am not sure.

BTW no one on the airport controlled my PCR test when I left Kenya this March.

Albert9989
09-12-21, 12:39
Better go and take the result yourself. They are open 24 h. The result is ready on the next day. I stopped at Mombasa Hospital on my way to the airport and so avoided going to town a second extra time.

Somewhere else it was written on entering Kenya a PCR test is not required in case of full vaccination. Maybe this is also true for leaving Kenya, but I am not sure.

BTW no one on the airport controlled my PCR test when I left Kenya this March.I entered Kenya in last mid August and left early September.

With full vaccination it was ok for entry, provided you have done the visa online, and the qrcode as required.

For exit, I was asked for PCR test by a security guy before entry to airport, but when I just say full vaccination, it authorized me for entry.

Then inside each control asked for PCR test and I just say again vaccinated and was ok. One of the inside controls ask to see the proof of vaccination and I showed my French application showing a qrcode saying 2 D, meaning 2 doses I guess. And was also ok.

NIO 400
09-12-21, 13:29
Somewhere else it was written on entering Kenya a PCR test is not required in case of full vaccination. Maybe this is also true for leaving Kenya, but I am not sure.

BTW no one on the airport controlled my PCR test when I left Kenya this March.Yes its true, the purpose of the PCR is not to exit Kenya is for entering you next destination, this is enforce in Kenya when check inn.

So at Nairobi airport my next destination was Dubai when they do not care if I vacasineted or not all the wanted is my PCR test which I had to show twice, one in Nairobi when boarding and when I landed. In my cases since Nairobi considered as high risk we had to do another test in Dubi airport in a fully automated machine and no need to wait to the results.

Now, if you go to Europe I think no PCR need to exit Kenya if you hold European passport. If you are Kenyan I bet you must do it. All this risk assessment is based on what passport you have and not where you came from.

NIO.

NIO 400
09-12-21, 13:44
Unfortunately nowadays internet via Telkom sim-card is sometimes terribly slow Slow? I would called it hell, only from 2 Am to the morning is fast. You want quality products? Book a flight out of Kenya.

You want cheap pussy? Eat this shit and don't talk.

Now you want to stay forever? No problem extend your visa for more 3 month at the immigration. You want more months? Well no need to fly out of Kenya just go to the owner of the German bakery he know agents give your passport as they send it to the airport immigration they will stamp it as it look like you left Kenya and came back. This is cheaper option then resident visa everyone in the Wellfit Bakery know that.

When I took a taxi to the airport leaving Mombasa I saw the police in the entrance of the airport shouting to the driver "Gift" the driver told me if he refuse they will raid on his car looking for any deficiencies.

Also one of the police in the airport open my bag desperately looking for nylon bags, even the smallest one. I enjoyed the process when he find shit. Greeting from Colombia.

Albert9989
09-13-21, 15:35
I entered Kenya in last mid August and left early September.

With full vaccination it was ok for entry, provided you have done the visa online, and the qrcode as required.

For exit, I was asked for PCR test by a security guy before entry to airport, but when I just say full vaccination, it authorized me for entry.

Then inside each control asked for PCR test and I just say again vaccinated and was ok. One of the inside controls ask to see the proof of vaccination and I showed my French application showing a qrcode saying 2 D, meaning 2 doses I guess. And was also ok.Small detail that I forget: PCR test less than 96 h was requested for entry by Kenya, but no test needed for exit and entry in France if fully vaccinated.

Sorry.

SceticoBlu
09-13-21, 20:39
http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/forum/showthread.php?893-General-Reports&p=2603078&viewfull=1#post2603078.

Hi Albert, two days ago you have written no PCR Test is required in case of vaccination for entry.

Albert9989
09-13-21, 23:39
http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/forum/showthread.php?893-General-Reports&p=2603078&viewfull=1#post2603078.

Hi Albert, two days ago you have written no PCR Test is required in case of vaccination for entry.Right, that's why I wanted to come back on my post to mention it.

Onyx82
09-14-21, 20:42
No-one have any tip?

Would be much appreciated.


Hello fellow mongers!

I've been planning / thinking about my trip next year when I turn 40.

My first plan was to visit Rio but that has changed to Kenya instead since better prices, less fly time and I've been really urging to try some of the African ladies.

So my plan is to travel around 1 week after the election (hopefully it will be calm) and to stay 1 month or a little bit more.

Plan like 4-6 days first in Nairobi then 2 weeks in Mombasa and then back to Nairobi for a last week or so.

I've read threw the forums a bit and realized that Mtwapa maybe shouldn't be a area to have your base in Mombasa area.

So from what I've read there is a few options:

Bamburi..

Leblon
09-15-21, 07:34
No-one have any tip?

Would be much appreciated.Diani is easiest place for somebody who has not been in Mombasa / Kenya / Africa, in my humble opinion.

And there are no restrictions for night life, or at least police is not as hard there like in for example Mwtapa.

I like to visit there for a weekend, then I get bored because it is quite small place after all, always same people everywhere.

You can go there first and then move to Nyali, and then visit Mwtapa.

If you really travel to Kenya, you could write some kind of report of your experiments. You haven't written any reports of Thailand for example, just questions about your possible travel destinations.

Onyx82
09-15-21, 13:09
Diani is easiest place for somebody who has not been in Mombasa / Kenya / Africa, in my humble opinion.

And there are no restrictions for night life, or at least police is not as hard there like in for example Mwtapa.

I like to visit there for a weekend, then I get bored because it is quite small place after all, always same people everywhere.

You can go there first and then move to Nyali, and then visit Mwtapa.

If you really travel to Kenya, you could write some kind of report of your experiments. You haven't written any reports of Thailand for example, just questions about your possible travel destinations.Thanks for the advice and of course I will be writing reports when I go.

And the reason that I haven't written any reports about Thailand is that I didn't even know about this forum when I was there and it feels quite silly to write reports years past.

I have some sense now about how / where I'm going to Kenya now.

Going to start with 6 nights in Nairobi then take the train down to Mombasa and then stay in Mtwapa for de first 2 weeks or so then go down to Cowrie in Bamburi and from there I got interested in going to Kisumu and then back to Nairobi.

Going to stay around 7-8 weeks and ATM I've fixed everything except the visa and plane tickets.

Oh and about restrictions so my hope is that it will be gone when I go next year.

Leblon
09-15-21, 21:48
Thanks for the advice and of course I will be writing reports when I go.

And the reason that I haven't written any reports about Thailand is that I didn't even know about this forum when I was there and it feels quite silly to write reports years past.

I have some sense now about how / where I'm going to Kenya now.

Going to start with 6 nights in Nairobi then take the train down to Mombasa and then stay in Mtwapa for de first 2 weeks or so then go down to Cowrie in Bamburi and from there I got interested in going to Kisumu and then back to Nairobi.

Going to stay around 7-8 weeks and ATM I've fixed everything except the visa and plane tickets.

Oh and about restrictions so my hope is that it will be gone when I go next year.Next year? So you have lot of time to change your plans, I thought that you needed urgent answers.

I don't know if restrictions are gone next year but corona at least is still there, or more of it since nobody gets vaccinated.

You can stay in Mwtapa two weeks and during that make a one night or two night trip to Diani, that is very common, on weekend there is more action. Less restrictions there. You can do even daily trip, some people do that also. Using matatu to go there is relatively simple, even taxi is not so expensive.

Many people like Mwtapa town, then again many people don't. I started to stay there during corona time, and I started to like it. But if there would be no restrictions I would maybe stay again in Bamburi beach and visit Mwtapa just by evening / night to pick a girl.

I don't know so much about Kisumu except many (most?) of my girls are coming from there, luo ladies, tall and slim.

Better keep your plans flexible in case you don't like some place. It is more expensive of course if you haven't paid everything beforehand. And little bit stressful.

Onyx82
09-15-21, 23:58
Next year? So you have lot of time to change your plans, I thought that you needed urgent answers.

I don't know if restrictions are gone next year but corona at least is still there, or more of it since nobody gets vaccinated.

You can stay in Mwtapa two weeks and during that make a one night or two night trip to Diani, that is very common, on weekend there is more action. Less restrictions there. You can do even daily trip, some people do that also. Using matatu to go there is relatively simple, even taxi is not so expensive..Yeah next year, I like to plan in advance and having something to look forward too.

I've booked a place at most locations but with the ability to cancel up to 1-2 days before.

Have you ever been at Villa Bavaria?

That's one of the 2 bookings I did in Mtwapa along with "Mombasa apartments".

Tried to stay pretty close to Postal road.

Yeah that weekend excursion with 1-2 nights in Diani is one of the things I'm thinking about especially on my bday.

Yeah I'm pretty flexible and can change if really needed, but also I can try to make the most of the situation.

Yeah heard that Luo girls are kinda crazy. And for me planning in Kisumu also is because I read some stuff from Neddy.

But yeah my reports will come in from the moment I have a free hand when I'm down there.

And thanks again, your experienced advice is most welcome.

NIO 400
09-16-21, 01:21
Next year? Don't be naive, you will wait forever to that reports.

Onyx82
09-16-21, 14:23
Don't be naive, you will wait forever to that reports.Nah they will come when I go there.

But hey be skeptical sure.

BTW just tried Tinder gold and set the location on the 3 places I'll be going. And got damn what a goldmine.

Run Marathon
09-17-21, 07:36
Hi All!

I am planning a trip to Diani in October 2021.

Can anyone (local) describe the covid situation in Kenya, Mombasa or Diani?

Are there many infected people?

Curfew?

Bars open?

Talents / Ladies there?

Other tourist there?

Many Thanks for your informations.

Marathon.

Kaappo22
09-17-21, 08:04
Can anyone (local) describe the covid situation in Kenya, Mombasa or Diani?
Are there many infected people?No one knows for sure. Most people with flu-like / respiratory symptoms don't get tested for covid. If they test it's for malaria / typhoid etc. There's numerous nastier diseases than covid present in their lives, they can't afford any unnecessary tests, they think covid is a hoax. In general, covid is nothing to worry about for them. They wear masks to avoid fines and follow (some of) the restrictions.


Curfew?22-04.


Bars open?
Talents / Ladies there?
Other tourist there?Yes.

It's not what it was pre-covid because there's less international travel and wealthy westerners coming over. There's still just as many or even more poor girls than before covid, so fun can certainly be had.

Tinte
09-17-21, 08:43
Organise your self and enjoy life as some locals there do.

Ibaski
09-17-21, 09:01
Hi All!

I am planning a trip to Diani in October 2021.

Can anyone (local) describe the covid situation in Kenya, Mombasa or Diani?

Are there many infected people?

Curfew?

Bars open?

Talents / Ladies there?

Other tourist there?

Many Thanks for your informations.

Marathon.I am in Diani right now. Can not speak for talent but am sure there are plenty.

Bars are open. I was hanging out at a place till midnight yesterday.

At Baobab there were plenty of guests.

I do not stay at places like these in general. Highly recommend not doing so.

When I wanted to change my guest they wanted me to pay 9 K. This makes no sense as the reservation is on my name with no of guests as 2. (Does not state the second guests name).

For return PCR test, I did mine at Diani Beach Hospital for 7 K and got results in 24 hours.

Have fun.

Onyx82
09-17-21, 17:44
Organise your self and enjoy life as some locals there do.So it's a bad idea to get some info beforehand?

I'm going there for holiday and fucking. Not to live as a local broke dude xD.

Leblon
09-17-21, 22:36
I am in Diani right now. Can not speak for talent but am sure there are plenty.

Bars are open. I was hanging out at a place till midnight yesterday.

At Baobab there were plenty of guests.

I do not stay at places like these in general. Highly recommend not doing so.

When I wanted to change my guest they wanted me to pay 9 K. This makes no sense as the reservation is on my name with no of guests as 2. (Does not state the second guests name).

For return PCR test, I did mine at Diani Beach Hospital for 7 K and got results in 24 hours.

Have fun.I go to Sofia Baharini hotel always in Diani. That is not on the beach, beach places are expensive. No problem ever with the girls, you can have even couple of them, and reasonable price, near Baharini shopping center.

In Diani, at least in weekend Tandori is open so late that I have never managed to stay there until end. Go first to Manyatta club.

In Tandori and Manyatta there are both girls looking for musungu customer and also girls that got very annoyed if musungu even talk to them.

Diani is always fun place to visit and it is beautiful, and nice and peaceful little village. For me just a weekend is enough.

What is good in Diani is that there curfew is only in theory, those two clubs are open whole nights, and there is music and dance. In Mwtapa / Nyali there is no dance / music in places illegally open after curfew, just drinking. Or has Green Wood opened again?

And in Diani police don't harass you in beach and in street for not having a mask, like in North.

There are several places to get return PCR test, In Diani, in Mombasa town, I believe in Nyali also. Prices are from 7 k to 10 k, I paid 10 k. I would advice to find in advance a place to get the test. Then tell them a day and time of your flight, and what is a time window in your return country that your test need to be valid, like 96 hours or 48 hours. Then they will tell you date and time when to come make test. Results come to your phone in SMS, so no need to visit clinic anymore. It is very stressful try to calculate yourself what is right time to go to test so that your results are fresh enough when you arrive your destination country, and test arrival time is not too late that you don't get results before your flight.

When I came back last time in Nairobi airport, they did not let you even go to check in if you could not show test result.