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  1. #3244

    Black diamond

    Was at black diamond weds and Friday night live band on weds good crowd. Lot of good looking women after 2 am on both nights it seems the price the girls are willing to go with drops I started to ask girls if they want to go with me for 3 k maybe ask 9 girls only one said it was to low. I was suprise how FAST a lot of girls said yes I was thinking maybe by 2 30 the girls will go with you for maybe 2 k or 2. 5 k. Now most of the girls at 2 am are not 9 or 10 but still some a good looking in my eyes. Early in the evening some of the hot girls wanted 5 k or 6 k wouldn't go lower and course they know their worth and I'm sure guys will pay that or higher I'm sure some hot looking women show up at 1 am and are out the door by 2 am for 6 k or higher ever time they come.

  2. #3243

    Variety

    Quote Originally Posted by AttilaTheHun  [View Original Post]
    Could you give me your top countries In Africa With The Most Beautiful Women and with the most unattractive women. I was looking at photos and videos wsj, youtube etc and it seems to me there are large differences by countries.
    I don't know your taste. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But in Kenya you can find any body type or skin color.

    Neddy.

  3. #3242

    The prettiest girls in Africa

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    I spend on average 8 months a year in Africa.
    Could you give me your top countries In Africa With The Most Beautiful Women and with the most unattractive women. I was looking at photos and videos wsj, youtube etc and it seems to me there are large differences by countries.

  4. #3241
    Quote Originally Posted by SoberHans69  [View Original Post]
    Wow thanks for the detailed reply, you're a legend.

    So many injections, you African mongers are very dedicated and an inspiration LOL.
    I spend on average 8 months a year in Africa.

  5. #3240

    Malerone originel

    Quote Originally Posted by Willyboy  [View Original Post]
    Vaccination against yellow fever is mandatory only for Kenya when the seven days before entering Kenya have been in a yellow fever country.
    30 euro /12 pieces. 7 days before trip en 7 days after.

  6. #3239
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Tetanus, Hepatitis ABC, Cholera, Typhoid. Get a yellow WHO Vaccination pass.

    Yellow fever is NOT necessary when you come from Europe or the US. It is advisable to get it if you plan to travel within Africa. The cheapest way. Go on arrival in Nairobi or Mombasa airport and ask for the port health officer. He is authorized to vaccine Yellow fever which is now valid for live. Dirt cheap.

    Malaria prophylaxis. I personally never take chemoprophylaxis. Not really necessary in Nairobi and Mombasa. If you want to take prophylaxis take 100 mg Doxycycline daily dirt cheap in local pharmacies. Forget the expensive rubbish your local doctor in your home country tries to prescribe. I personally have stuff which kills the malaria parasite within hours 100%. But it's not approved by the pharmaceutical Mafia.

    I only use exposure prophylaxis. That is. If you arrive in your room. close all windows. Use half a can of insectcide. Spray in all corners in a circular movement. Leave the room.Wait for 20 minutes. All dudu should be dead by now...
    Wow thanks for the detailed reply, you're a legend.

    So many injections, you African mongers are very dedicated and an inspiration LOL.

  7. #3238

    Recommended vaccines

    Quote Originally Posted by SoberHans69  [View Original Post]
    One last question, sorry.

    If I'm just going to Nairobi, which injections, tablets should I get before going?

    Thanks again, appreciate it.
    Tetanus, Hepatitis ABC, Cholera, Typhoid. Get a yellow WHO Vaccination pass.

    Yellow fever is NOT necessary when you come from Europe or the US. It is advisable to get it if you plan to travel within Africa. The cheapest way. Go on arrival in Nairobi or Mombasa airport and ask for the port health officer. He is authorized to vaccine Yellow fever which is now valid for live. Dirt cheap.

    Malaria prophylaxis. I personally never take chemoprophylaxis. Not really necessary in Nairobi and Mombasa. If you want to take prophylaxis take 100 mg Doxycycline daily dirt cheap in local pharmacies. Forget the expensive rubbish your local doctor in your home country tries to prescribe. I personally have stuff which kills the malaria parasite within hours 100%. But it's not approved by the pharmaceutical Mafia.

    I only use exposure prophylaxis. That is. If you arrive in your room. close all windows. Use half a can of insectcide. Spray in all corners in a circular movement. Leave the room.Wait for 20 minutes. All dudu should be dead by now.
    In the evening wear socks and long trousers treated with permethrine. Bring NOBITE blue for clothes and NOBITE white for the skin which contains 50% DEET. All other stuff like AUTAN is rubbish. Check your room for mosquito screen in front of the window or mosquito net. Sleep under it. or if you have a ceiling fan over your bed use it on stage 2 or 3. The mozzie is simply blown off.

    Other medication? Bring nothing. Serious. I have never seen more pharmacies in my life than in Africa. I use Azithromycine all the time for example..Made in Kenya 250 bob. If you insist on imported stuff like Zithromax same Azithromycine from pfizer pay 2000 bob... Another tipp. Pharmacies try to sell you the expensive imported stuff..Insist on local made or indian equivalents.
    Unless you're on specialist medication like blood pressure medication I bring nothing any more except sprayable wound cover which is excellent and very handy as small cuts and other small wounds get infected very easy in tropics.

    Sir Neddy.

    To live in Africa you have to be
    half doctor in tropical medicine
    half vehicle mechanic
    know about plumbing electrical wiring
    how to drill a borehole
    etc...

  8. #3237

    Malaria

    Quote Originally Posted by SoberHans69  [View Original Post]
    One last question, sorry.

    If I'm just going to Nairobi, which injections, tablets should I get before going?

    Thanks again, appreciate it.
    Malaria: I need them to Kenya?

    Against Malaria is currently no available vaccinate. It is possible to use malaria To protect yourself against infection with malaria when stung by a mosquito. Whether you need malaria depends on the size of the risk you at your destination incurs an infection with malaria. Kenya are advised malaria.

    Kenya you need the malaria Malarone or Lariam. In consultation with the doctor Home Vaccination is here made a choice. This depends partly on your trip (expensive) and your health.

  9. #3236

    Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by PimpGreen  [View Original Post]
    Only yellow shot is needed to enter country, also malaria tablets are useful while out there.
    Vaccination against yellow fever is mandatory only for Kenya when the seven days before entering Kenya have been in a yellow fever country.

  10. #3235
    Quote Originally Posted by SoberHans69  [View Original Post]
    One last question, sorry.

    If I'm just going to Nairobi, which injections, tablets should I get before going?

    Thanks again, appreciate it.
    Only yellow shot is needed to enter country, also malaria tablets are useful while out there.

  11. #3234
    One last question, sorry.

    If I'm just going to Nairobi, which injections, tablets should I get before going?

    Thanks again, appreciate it.

  12. #3233
    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I've stayed at Parklands Shade a few times. Be aware that it's part of K1 club which gets busy Tuesdays & Thursdays especially, so for the average tourist it would be noisy, but for you it could be a gold mine.

    The askari came hammering on my door 5 minutes into a threesome once as you have to walk through reception, but people only stay there to party so it's basically GF.
    Brilliant, thanks.

    I like to go out at night and sleep daytime anyway so might be ideal.

  13. #3232
    Quote Originally Posted by TripleDarknes  [View Original Post]
    I'd probably give Lamu Island a miss but despite that the chances of something happening in the tourist zones are quite low.

    Trip.
    Nice one, cheers.

    Hopefully some of you lot will be around when I go, so I can buy you drinks to say thanks.

  14. #3231

    Terror

    Quote Originally Posted by SoberHans69  [View Original Post]
    Out of interest does anyone think there will be more terror attacks in Kenya on tourists due to the situation with Iran and America?
    I'd probably give Lamu Island a miss but despite that the chances of something happening in the tourist zones are quite low.

    Trip.

  15. #3230

    SoberHans

    I've stayed at Parklands Shade a few times. Be aware that it's part of K1 club which gets busy Tuesdays & Thursdays especially, so for the average tourist it would be noisy, but for you it could be a gold mine.

    The askari came hammering on my door 5 minutes into a threesome once as you have to walk through reception, but people only stay there to party so it's basically GF.

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