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  1. #4100
    Payment is a subtle thing. Many girls are not used to it (those I prefer), some blush, some are shocked and to some it is like preaching to a converted.

  2. #4099
    Quote Originally Posted by Argo1990  [View Original Post]
    You must be joking right? 20 k for a short time? I would not even pay that much for an ENTIRE WEEK!

    Is Nairobi really this ridiculous these days??
    Over the years I have had plenty of girls in Nbi ask for 20-30 k and even as much as 80 k. If a girl is not short of cash when you ask her price for the deed then they will quote silly amounts in the hope that some idiot pays it and yes some do.

    I find there is still plenty to be had for 3, 4, 5 k.

    I am not sure what the girls are asking for in the bars where the wazungu frequent these days if anyone knows please update.

  3. #4098

    Price for different people

    It must be understood that there are different prices for muAfrica, muIndi, musungu, Turists. There is also another price for stupid tourists and this has no limit.

  4. #4097
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    I don't know so much about Nairobi but when I was there a year ago, I always went to Brew Bistro, that was nice night club, both tourist and professional girls.

    Living in Nairobi is more expensive than in Mombasa, so girls ask more money. I don't know what is medium prize in Nairobi.

    When Nairobi girls visit Mombasa (often, for vacation)), they ask Nairobi prices or some crazy prize, and their mouth literally drop down when I tell them that I can get girls for two thousand for night. Last time I visited Diani, one Nairobi girl asked me eight thousand, next one ten thousand, and later one twenty thousand. These were all short time prizes of course.
    You must be joking right? 20 k for a short time? I would not even pay that much for an entire week!

    Is Nairobi really this ridiculous these days?

  5. #4096

    Nra id

    Quote Originally Posted by Comoros23  [View Original Post]
    In country, I extended my visa. So 6 months in total. I have the document that covers me to my flight.

    Just checking. I saw something on the eFNS website about people staying over 90 days registering for some document (Can anyone confirm all I need is a print out of my visa extension to exit the country? I assume there's nothing else needed, but I don't need problems at immigration when I try to leave!

    (To the guy below, I bet you could mess around at night in Easleigh. If you didn't walk anywhere or have more than 2 beers. But once you're in a bar, you're fine.).
    You are right. Stay over 90 days you actually have to (should apply) for a Non resident alien ID. Not much use though. By the time it was issued usually after months its expired already.

    Mwalimu.

    Who's actually planning to hang out in Eastleigh.

  6. #4095

    Better to do it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Comoros23  [View Original Post]
    In country, I extended my visa. So 6 months in total. I have the document that covers me to my flight.

    Just checking. I saw something on the eFNS website about people staying over 90 days registering for some document (Can anyone confirm all I need is a print out of my visa extension to exit the country? I assume there's nothing else needed, but I don't need problems at immigration when I try to leave!

    (To the guy below, I bet you could mess around at night in Easleigh. If you didn't walk anywhere or have more than 2 beers. But once you're in a bar, you're fine.).
    Yes theoretically you need to do so.

    Pre eFNS most people did not realize because the immigration officer (usually) automatically did it when extending the Visa.

    Even if they don't control it strictly, it is better to do it.

    If you don't and come across an immigration officer in bad mood or need of extra money, you might get into trouble.

    Theoretically you then also should receive an Alien ID Card, which is helpful because it's recognized and you don't have to carry your passport all the time anymore.

    Usually you never get it cause it takes them more than 3 months to issue it.

    So my advice would be, to pass by at the immigration office to avoid any future possible trouble.

    Keep us updated.

  7. #4094
    Quote Originally Posted by Comoros23  [View Original Post]
    In country, I extended my visa. So 6 months in total. I have the document that covers me to my flight.

    Just checking. I saw something on the eFNS website about people staying over 90 days registering for some document (Can anyone confirm all I need is a print out of my visa extension to exit the country? I assume there's nothing else needed, but I don't need problems at immigration when I try to leave!

    (To the guy below, I bet you could mess around at night in Easleigh. If you didn't walk anywhere or have more than 2 beers. But once you're in a bar, you're fine.).
    I did not have any document printed, all I had was my passport, they checked dates there. Maybe they connected to some database, probably.

    I was six month also, left on the last day.

  8. #4093
    Quote Originally Posted by Comoros23  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone confirm all I need is a print out of my visa extension to exit the country? I assume there's nothing else needed, but I don't need problems at immigration when I try to leave!
    The extension has to be registered in the system. That is what they check at the airport. So beware of conmen who provide false printed extensions.

  9. #4092

    Leaving Kenya. Docs?

    In country, I extended my visa. So 6 months in total. I have the document that covers me to my flight.

    Just checking. I saw something on the eFNS website about people staying over 90 days registering for some document (Can anyone confirm all I need is a print out of my visa extension to exit the country? I assume there's nothing else needed, but I don't need problems at immigration when I try to leave!

    (To the guy below, I bet you could mess around at night in Easleigh. If you didn't walk anywhere or have more than 2 beers. But once you're in a bar, you're fine.).

  10. #4091
    Quote Originally Posted by TaiwanLaowai  [View Original Post]
    Why Hausa? Isn't that mainly spoken in norther parts of Nigeria. Isn't Senegal French and Wolof? So is French enough or do you need Wolof there? Also, what makes Seychelles go to the top of your list? I haven't seen many others talk about it before.
    My bad you are right. I keep mixing up Niger and Senegal in my head. Senegal = Wolof. Niger = Hausa. I would say spoken French shoud be enough, but READING french is a no go. I was using google translate to chat and the girls were looking at me puzzled. It's one of those old "I can speak it but I can't write it' types of deals there.

    Seychelles .... LOL. Go read that forum bro. It's all in there.

  11. #4090
    Anthony8.

    Plenty of those places on the list I am not sure you would want to go. Places in Umoja, Eastleigh, Kawangware, etc at night! They will be fine through the day but may not be open or have anyone in them.

    You are better sticking to Westlands and places like Havana, Black Diamond now Boss Den, and Brew Bistro. Brew Bistro also has a place on Ngong Road. There are plenty other places with good crowds but I am a bit out the loop on Nbi these days.

    CBD / Town during the day early evening like Sabina Joy, just find a bar with loud music and women will be available.

    I can't say I would ever use streetwalkers in Kenya. High risk of HiV etc.

  12. #4089
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony8  [View Original Post]
    What I like about Nairobi is the National Parks so nearby. A daily hike in Karura Forest seems affordable! Nothing but the perfect cheap Airbnb's.

    I get a very bad vibe from Nairobi when I read the forum. Prices way too high, no advice on where else to go?! Hardcore pro Central Business District (CBD)? I don't even consider Dating websites.

    The Soi 6 of Pattaya (ahum used to be $15 anyways), the Kabalagala of Kampala. Where I can spread the good herb amongst these fine ladies in a pocket friendly way.

    CBD / Westland based on reviews I fear are going to be hardcore expensive 5 k a night or worse:

    Black Diamond.

    Florida Night Club.

    Relax Pub & Restaurant.

    New Amar Bar & Restaurant.

    Ricoz Pub.

    New nyanza pub.

    Small World Waters.

    Apple Bees.

    Sabina Joy pub (reviews of 5-10 k for all night slim girls.).

    Relax Inn.

    Nairobi kitale club.

    Tea Room Guesthouse.

    Club Bavon.

    Liddos.

    Gabeez.

    Tahiti lounge.

    Obviously this is Nairobi and 2 k for the night should still be possible. I'm not much into streetwalkers and prefer bars but since CBD seems so hardcore, how are the CBD streets? Hot slim girls? I found the locations but no price info.

    CBD Streetwalkers:

    Koinange Street.

    River road.

    Accra Road.

    Luthuli Avenue.

    Duruma Road Latema Road.

    Kirinyaga road.

    Parliament Road.

    Ronald Ngara.

    Outside CBD I consider SW here:

    Argwings Kodhek Road (Hurlingham).

    12th Street (Eastleigh).

    Spine Road / Nyama Villa Club (Umoja).

    The stretch from Tabernacle Church to Capital Centre (South B).

    Some confirmed hooker bars outside CBD, is 2 k for the night enough here? Prices please if anyone has been here:

    Mirangi Bar (Eastleigh).

    JK Mbuthia House Bar (Huruma).

    Heshima Junior Bar and Restaurant (Pipeline Embakasi).

    Club Paris (Umoja).

    Nyama Villa Club & Discotheque (Umoja).

    207 Lounge Bar (Maziwa).

    Kipkabus Safari Club (Ngara).

    Zebra Bar (Kawangware).

    Airportzone club (Githurai 44).

    Double M Bar & Lodging (Githurai 44).

    I'm looking for the Capital Pub of Kampala in Nairobi. Any of these bars fit the description? Any help on hooker bars outside CBD would be appreciated. No way this list is this short!
    I don't know so much about Nairobi but when I was there a year ago, I always went to Brew Bistro, that was nice night club, both tourist and professional girls.

    Living in Nairobi is more expensive than in Mombasa, so girls ask more money. I don't know what is medium prize in Nairobi.

    When Nairobi girls visit Mombasa (often, for vacation)), they ask Nairobi prices or some crazy prize, and their mouth literally drop down when I tell them that I can get girls for two thousand for night. Last time I visited Diani, one Nairobi girl asked me eight thousand, next one ten thousand, and later one twenty thousand. These were all short time prizes of course.

  13. #4088
    Quote Originally Posted by TaiwanLaowai  [View Original Post]
    Why Hausa? Isn't that mainly spoken in norther parts of Nigeria. Isn't Senegal French and Wolof? So is French enough or do you need Wolof there? Also, what makes Seychelles go to the top of your list? I haven't seen many others talk about it before.
    French will get you anywhere in Dakar.

  14. #4087
    Quote Originally Posted by Vector313  [View Original Post]
    It really depends on what your personal approach is. Personally I'm Nigerian descendant american, so I can "blend in" more than most in many countries. I personally rank them as 1. Seychelles, 2. Uganda, 3. South Africa, 4. Kenya. If I had to pick a 5th I'd say Cameroon but that's only from experience of sleeping with a few Cameroonian women that I've met in other countries as that's one of the few countries I haven't actually been to. I tend to avoid the francaphone countries after my Senegal visit because my french is very minimal, but Cameroon people tend to speak both english and french. If your french is strong, then I'd say Cameroon and Senegal are good bets too. I encountered many hot chicks in Dakar, but if you don't speak Hausa then you are pretty much screwed.
    Why Hausa? Isn't that mainly spoken in norther parts of Nigeria. Isn't Senegal French and Wolof? So is French enough or do you need Wolof there? Also, what makes Seychelles go to the top of your list? I haven't seen many others talk about it before.

  15. #4086

    Great report!

    Somebody get this man a beer, dammit!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rwenotmen  [View Original Post]
    Wow, this is the best site-scrape I've ever seen, LOL!

    I can't answer on almost any of those places. Only to say-- if you're a mzungu, I would NOT be seen *walking* the areas of most of those places at night! (Using taxi / share to go directly there, and leave. MAYBE!

    A few updated items. Year 2022:

    Nairobi is as cheap or as expensive as you want to make it. That's the 'beauty' of a country so corrupt. It's 'money-laudering capital of Africa' economy provides so many opportunities for the adventurous!

    Want a great meal for 5 USD or less? Try one of the Highlands Restaurants. Kenyan food of course, but yummy! E. g. Highlands Restaurants. Premier on Moi Ave diagonally across from Hilton Hotel.

    Want a ridiculously (even for the US) expensive meal e. G. 14 USD just for an appetizer? Try INTI restaurant at that domed building (One Africa Place) on Westlands Roundabout...

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