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  1. #3168
    Quote Originally Posted by Lolipop0609  [View Original Post]
    I landed Sunday morning in Nairobi. After checking in at my hotel in Westlands I rested for a few hours. Decided to check out Westgate mall in the late afternoon.

    At the entrance to the right there is a Spanish Tapas Bar; nice atmosphere, there were a few good looking girls hanging out. I talked to one hot looking girl, we exchanged numbers as she was hanging out with friends she suggested to meet Monday for lunch. Later in the evening I checked out a few bars in Westlands, I was surprised how busy some were despite it was a Sunday night. Eventually I ran into a group of girls who were celebrating a birthday. One of the girls, in her early twenties, slim, hot body made eye contact with me. I joined the group, bought them a couple of drinks and started to talk to the girl. She was already pretty tipsy. It didn't take long before we started kissing; she was horny as horny could be. After a few more rounds of drinks I asked her if she wanted to come for a drink to my hotel. The group of friends was about to leave and she came with me. We continued kissing and touching each other in the taxi on the way to my hotel; made it hardly to my room. The sex was amazing, true GF experience.

    We had a total of 3 rounds great sex. She left in the early morning hours; I gave her money for the taxi; she didn't ask or wanted anything else.
    Karibu Kenya!

  2. #3167

    Nice experience in Westlands Nairobi

    I landed Sunday morning in Nairobi. After checking in at my hotel in Westlands I rested for a few hours. Decided to check out Westgate mall in the late afternoon.

    At the entrance to the right there is a Spanish Tapas Bar; nice atmosphere, there were a few good looking girls hanging out. I talked to one hot looking girl, we exchanged numbers as she was hanging out with friends she suggested to meet Monday for lunch. Later in the evening I checked out a few bars in Westlands, I was surprised how busy some were despite it was a Sunday night. Eventually I ran into a group of girls who were celebrating a birthday. One of the girls, in her early twenties, slim, hot body made eye contact with me. I joined the group, bought them a couple of drinks and started to talk to the girl. She was already pretty tipsy. It didn't take long before we started kissing; she was horny as horny could be. After a few more rounds of drinks I asked her if she wanted to come for a drink to my hotel. The group of friends was about to leave and she came with me. We continued kissing and touching each other in the taxi on the way to my hotel; made it hardly to my room. The sex was amazing, true GF experience.

    We had a total of 3 rounds great sex. She left in the early morning hours; I gave her money for the taxi; she didn't ask or wanted anything else.

  3. #3166

    Train

    Quote Originally Posted by ThinAir  [View Original Post]
    Been on this thread for two years, have a folder made up etc. Just wondering, for 10 day visit, thinking Nairobi only, but should I add Mombasa, or is it not worth it? From Mombasa thread it seems like it got quite worse, and not worth it? Highly planning a trip in next 4-6 weeks (mid to end September). Honestly, with the contacts I made in last two years via tinder etc. For banging purposes I'm good with Nairobi for whole 10 days. But thinking I might get bored, so train to Mombasa might be nice add to experience. Have anyone took that new train to Mombasa? Is it scenic? Or should I save time and take a flight. If I actually decide to go there?
    I enjoy the train trip when I was there in Jan. And when I go back I will use it again just book first class for 3 k its worth it. If you are going to be in Kenya for only ten days maybe spend a weekend in Nairobi and go to Mombasa like on sun thru Tues. Then go back to Nairobi I'm glad I went to Mtwapa for 8 days on my last trip I'm also glad I spent 2 weeks in Nairobi but you may be having so much fun in Nairobi no need to go to Mombasa.

  4. #3165

    Train

    Quote Originally Posted by ThinAir  [View Original Post]
    Been on this thread for two years, have a folder made up etc. Just wondering, for 10 day visit, thinking Nairobi only, but should I add Mombasa, or is it not worth it? From Mombasa thread it seems like it got quite worse, and not worth it? Highly planning a trip in next 4-6 weeks (mid to end September). Honestly, with the contacts I made in last two years via tinder etc. For banging purposes I'm good with Nairobi for whole 10 days. But thinking I might get bored, so train to Mombasa might be nice add to experience. Have anyone took that new train to Mombasa? Is it scenic? Or should I save time and take a flight. If I actually decide to go there?
    https://metickets.krc.co.ke/

  5. #3164
    Been on this thread for two years, have a folder made up etc. Just wondering, for 10 day visit, thinking Nairobi only, but should I add Mombasa, or is it not worth it? From Mombasa thread it seems like it got quite worse, and not worth it? Highly planning a trip in next 4-6 weeks (mid to end September). Honestly, with the contacts I made in last two years via tinder etc. For banging purposes I'm good with Nairobi for whole 10 days. But thinking I might get bored, so train to Mombasa might be nice add to experience. Have anyone took that new train to Mombasa? Is it scenic? Or should I save time and take a flight. If I actually decide to go there?

  6. #3163
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Wrong. If you leave any of the three EATV countries the EATV is VOID. As long as you stay within KE RW UG it is multientry BETWEEN these 3 countries. It doesn't cover the whole EAC just these three countries. But. there is confusion reigning supreme. If you depart to TZ. UG MIGHT let you back in. KE MIGHT NOT. After all its business. If you stand your ground and depending on the immigration officer he will sell or not sell a new single Entry VOA.

    A "single" entry Kenyan VOA can be used to exit to TZ or UG and you can return within the validity of the 90 days to KE without paying for a new VOA. I know its confusing.

    Neddy.
    Well I'm certainly learning something new. Thanks for the info.

  7. #3162
    Quote Originally Posted by LoverAfrica  [View Original Post]
    If you leave the EATV (KE RW UG) area I. E. Travel to TZ for example the EATV is void. If you want to reenter Kenya for example you need to buy a new visa.

    EATV is multi entry even if you leave any of the 3 countries you can re-enter within the 90 days.
    Wrong. If you leave any of the three EATV countries the EATV is VOID. As long as you stay within KE RW UG it is multientry BETWEEN these 3 countries. It doesn't cover the whole EAC just these three countries. But. there is confusion reigning supreme. If you depart to TZ. UG MIGHT let you back in. KE MIGHT NOT. After all its business. If you stand your ground and depending on the immigration officer he will sell or not sell a new single Entry VOA.

    A "single" entry Kenyan VOA can be used to exit to TZ or UG and you can return within the validity of the 90 days to KE without paying for a new VOA. I know its confusing.

    Neddy.

  8. #3161

    Multi-entry visa

    Quote Originally Posted by LoverAfrica  [View Original Post]
    If you leave the EATV (KE RW UG) area I. E. Travel to TZ for example the EATV is void. If you want to reenter Kenya for example you need to buy a new visa.

    EATV is multi entry even if you leave any of the 3 countries you can re-enter within the 90 days.
    What I read, a multi-entry visa to EAC is not available. However, you show that one is. It sure makes sense to get a multi-entry version if its on the menu.

  9. #3160
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    To come back to my question: To travel to TZ from Kenya for a few days I need to by an Visa for TZ and then on return again a visa for Kenya. Because the intial tourist visa is for a single entry only and the EATV is not valid.

    Do I understand it right?
    If you have a single entry visa for Kenya, you have to buy a visa for TZ and when you reenter Kenya the Kenyan visa ist still valid because you have not left the EA zone. Only requirement the visa is not expired.

  10. #3159
    Quote Originally Posted by LoverAfrica  [View Original Post]
    If you leave the EATV (KE RW UG) area I. E. Travel to TZ for example the EATV is void. If you want to reenter Kenya for example you need to buy a new visa.

    EATV is multi entry even if you leave any of the 3 countries you can re-enter within the 90 days.
    To come back to my question: To travel to TZ from Kenya for a few days I need to by an Visa for TZ and then on return again a visa for Kenya. Because the intial tourist visa is for a single entry only and the EATV is not valid.

    Do I understand it right?

  11. #3158

    Eatv

    If you leave the EATV (KE RW UG) area I. E. Travel to TZ for example the EATV is void. If you want to reenter Kenya for example you need to buy a new visa.

    EATV is multi entry even if you leave any of the 3 countries you can re-enter within the 90 days.
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  12. #3157

    Eatv

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    There are 6 EAC countries: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, S. Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. I read that DRC may join in the future.

    You can get individual country Visas but, but its my understanding that the EAC Visa is good for only 3 countries. The EAC Visa is a 90-day, single entry visa into the EAC but allows multiple entry between Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. It is not renewable.
    Correct. If you leave the EATV (KE RW UG) area I. E. Travel to TZ for example the EATV is void. If you want to reenter Kenya for example you need to buy a new visa. Its a bit complicated as TZ does NOT participate in the EATV programme.
    @pookyman I wouldn't worry too much about the 180 day rule. Most countries don't give a rats ass about. UG RW you can easily get extension even over 3 months without leaving the country. Kenya has a rule 90 days plus 90 days extension after that you're supposed to leave the EAC. Just hop over the border to TZ would NOT suffice! There is 2 ways to deal with this problem. You fly to Addis Ababa and return after a couple of days and you're good for another 90+90 days. Or you give kito kidogo 30.000 ksh and you so to speak virtually leave and return to KE i.e. get stamped out and in with a new sticker. There's helpful minders full service. I know people who are here more than 10 years. In fact there is a Scotsman in his eighties in Mtwapa. He simply burned his passport. Hence nobody bothers deporting him.
    Neddy

  13. #3156

    East Africa Community (EAC) Visa

    There are 6 EAC countries: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, S. Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. I read that DRC may join in the future.

    You can get individual country Visas but, but its my understanding that the EAC Visa is good for only 3 countries. The EAC Visa is a 90-day, single entry visa into the EAC but allows multiple entry between Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. It is not renewable.

  14. #3155
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    You mean Tanzania. Yes. You buy a TZ VOA and come back. It's only 4 hours from Mombasa. Take Modern Coast. They have 5 clubs. But most of the WGs there cater to the african taste.
    Yes. Tanzania. Typo. Thanks! I got some infos about an active SW scene along the Hospital-Beach road.

  15. #3154
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Does this also apply for a short visit to Zimbabwe? I plan a reccee from Mombasa to Tanga.
    You mean Tanzania. Yes. You buy a TZ VOA and come back. It's only 4 hours from Mombasa. Take Modern Coast. They have 5 clubs. But most of the WGs there cater to the african taste.

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