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  1. #4018

    Nairobi 3 days- one photo

    I spent a few days in NBO. i was absent in Kenya for 3 years.
    My 1st Hotel was THE HERON, Millimani Road. NBO seems to have few visitors and the Hotel rates are reasonable. $43. THE HERON has a beautiful Indian-influenced architecture.

    I moved to CROSSROADS HOTEL, Westlands, $41. The Launch 40-FOURTY (24 hours open!) is just above, and I mount one stage up to the 9th floor. My room is in the 8th floor and the reception at the 5th floor, so visitors are not really checked.

    I was told on Wednesdays a music band plays at a place called BiSTROT? 1st floor , not far from here, opposite Havanna BAR.

    THE BLACK DIAMOND changed the name THE BOSS END? And it is belonging to an Indian person now.

    A few girls on Tuesday at 40-FOURTY, a group of 7 girls invited me to celebrate birthday, but I was suspicious they would oblige to charge me later for their bill, LOL.

    A pleasant girl called Anne (24) flirted with me. She did not mind at all taking her pussy pixs. Finished studies sociology, next day I asked her for the subject of her Masters "You know it's difficult to study and somebody was writing my Masters, I don't remember my subject". That's Africa. She works in an SPA now. Took her for massage to my room. Beautiful body she had.

    "How much You want tomorrow morning? "I don't know, maybe 100 $? " I will give you 5000 KSH (40 $)". She was nice and handsome and friendly. But her pussy, or was it her hair had an odd smell. Also, she was not passionate. And she could not find sleep and her mobile phone / Youtube was on even at 4 am. I could have paid her less too. But NBO is expensive too, U hardly get a pizza below 1000KS (€9).

    Much different to sexy Shila (26), she appeared on my old Kenyan number (3 years ago) which was now under her name. She works to clean dusty buildings during construction. A normal girl. Had a hard time to convince her to visit me at my room after work. Soon she totally was happy to be with a foreigner, and she took many photos of my room, means she was never in a good Hotel.

    We fell in kind of Love very quickly, but I did not sex her. I don't want to break her innocent heart- knowing that I would leave the town 2 days later. I refused to tell her my age, 70 would have shocked her. I startled myself how I managed to get her soft and take her heart? But that's Africa too.

    John.
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  2. #4017
    Try African Tribe Hotel. I did not stay there. It's in Makindiye. I'm not giving accommodation recommendations. RTFF. I don't know of anybody's preferences and standards. Things change very quickly in Africa. Places close down or become noisy overnight. Mosque or church with midnight service nearby. Noisy Drinking dens. Don't forget. Bars were closed in Uganda fare the better part of 18 months. M7 decreed opening as of Jan. 1st 2022. But if Capital is open. Nobody knows.

    Thanks mate. I will have a look!

  3. #4016

    Westlands Nairobi

    I shot this photo one night. I might try here my way back through. It's in the K1 Compound.
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  4. #4015

    Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by Kommissar1231  [View Original Post]
    Thank you. Do you have a hotel, guest house recommendation for Kabalagala?
    https://www.agoda.com/de-de/african-...71e&tspTypes=8

    Try African Tribe Hotel. I did not stay there. It's in Makindiye. I'm not giving accommodation recommendations. RTFF. I don't know of anybody's preferences and standards. Things change very quickly in Africa. Places close down or become noisy overnight. Mosque or church with midnight service nearby. Noisy Drinking dens. Don't forget. Bars were closed in Uganda füare the better part of 18 months. M7 decreed opening as of Jan. 1st 2022. But if Capital is open. Nobody knows.

    Mwalimu.

  5. #4014

    Advice & *Suggestions* for AirBnBs. In Kenya

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Yes. You are definitely spoiled. In Africa good quality accommodation can be astonishingly expensive. This is not Asia. Expect overpriced dingy accommodation. Forget AirBnB and Booking.com. For Africa. Totally overpriced. Equally the so called hostels. All for tourists. It really depends on you budget. One hint. The best you'll not find on the internet. There's loads of cheap guest houses especially in Kigali and Kampala. Expect minor inconveniences like water and power cuts. Even hotels which are not on the internet at all. I just search on the area I want to stay in and look at Google maps and maps. Me. The best internet platform for Africa used to be jumia travel unfortunately closed down. Never book in advance. Go there. Stay for 2 nights. Be prepared to move.
    BTW thanks Neddy and Slowalk about the visa & PCR / covid *updated* information.

    I do want to disagree with one point. With all due respect to Brother Neddy: there's no way any tourist or mongerer is going to know safe / cheap / etc places that are Not-hotels or not-Abb -- unless they already have intimate knowledge of the locations. Which 99% will not.

    Doesn't matter if the places are dingy (most are not, some are) or overpriced (which, most are!

    The purpose of these forums IS< to share such intimate info.

    If people won't share that info, then rest of us should suggest / recommend hotels or Abbs.

    I gave advice on how to filter Abb listings:

    http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...robi&p=2223797#post2223797.

    I gave advice about *possible* Abb options:

    http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...robi&p=2522990#post2522990.

    I suggest members provide more *specific* information, for all our benefit.

  6. #4013
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Yes. You are definitely spoiled. In Africa good quality accommodation can be astonishingly expensive. This is not Asia. Expect overpriced dingy accommodation. Forget AirBnB and Booking.com. For Africa. Totally overpriced. Equally the so called hostels. All for tourists. It really depends on you budget. One hint. The best you'll not find on the internet. There's loads of cheap guest houses especially in Kigali and Kampala. Expect minor inconveniences like water and power cuts. Even hotels which are not on the internet at all. I just search on the area I want to stay in and look at Google maps and maps. Me. The best internet platform for Africa used to be jumia travel unfortunately closed down. Never book in advance. Go there. Stay for 2 nights. Be prepared to move.

    Mwalimu.
    Thank you. Do you have a hotel, guest house recommendation for Kabalagala?

  7. #4012

    Accommodation

    Quote Originally Posted by Kommissar1231  [View Original Post]
    Neddy69: From the information I gathered on the different sub-forums, I see that you have been around Kampala, Kigali and Nairobi. I am staying at Woodmere in Nairobi and Kahama in Mombasa but I am wondering if you had any hotel / Airbnb recommendations for Kampala and Kigali? From what I see on Airbnb and even booking.com, a lot of places seem dodgy at best. Or I am just spoiled from living in Thailand where really nice hotels can be had for 1,000 Baht a night.
    Yes. You are definitely spoiled. In Africa good quality accommodation can be astonishingly expensive. This is not Asia. Expect overpriced dingy accommodation. Forget AirBnB and Booking.com. For Africa. Totally overpriced. Equally the so called hostels. All for tourists. It really depends on you budget. One hint. The best you'll not find on the internet. There's loads of cheap guest houses especially in Kigali and Kampala. Expect minor inconveniences like water and power cuts. Even hotels which are not on the internet at all. I just search on the area I want to stay in and look at Google maps and maps. Me. The best internet platform for Africa used to be jumia travel unfortunately closed down. Never book in advance. Go there. Stay for 2 nights. Be prepared to move.

    Mwalimu.

  8. #4011
    Neddy69: From the information I gathered on the different sub-forums, I see that you have been around Kampala, Kigali and Nairobi. I am staying at Woodmere in Nairobi and Kahama in Mombasa but I am wondering if you had any hotel / Airbnb recommendations for Kampala and Kigali? From what I see on Airbnb and even booking.com, a lot of places seem dodgy at best. Or I am just spoiled from living in Thailand where really nice hotels can be had for 1,000 Baht a night.

  9. #4010

    Other areas

    Quote Originally Posted by Crow2  [View Original Post]
    Just discovered this site. Some Africa veterans and some thinking it ought to be like Thailand. Am resident in Kisumu. Did anyone check out the Place club there?
    Check out the Other areas subforum. This is the Nairobi Forum. I wrote a few pieces about Kisumu. But very few Forum members make it there. I was there when Buccaneers Strip Club was swinging. Last elections that was. 2017.

    Mwalimu.

  10. #4009

    New here

    Just discovered this site. Some Africa veterans and some thinking it ought to be like Thailand. Am resident in Kisumu. Did anyone check out the Place club there?

  11. #4008
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Another joke is the Jitenge QR form you must have created before arrival. Once you land at NBO you will enter the airport and stand in line before you reach immigration. Health personnel scan your 3-D bar code QR form that you either printed or have open on your smart phone. You are required to log into the site everyday for 14 days and report any Covid symptoms.

    In my case, my name doesn't appear when I log into the system and I can't enter symptoms. The system is supposed to notify the phone number you used to create the form. If not, you still can access the system by entering the number you used. Mine just tells me my number is invalid. I wonder what that matters after 90 days and 180 days when I leave the country.
    I have not heard before that I should login to some system and report covid reports. I did not do it last time and nobody asked about it when I left the country.

    This QR form is kind of joke yes, I filled it couple of weeks before flight to Kenya and told that I had not covid symptoms. And I have to put there a seat number, which I had of course no idea, so I put 60 always.

    There was some discussion about problems with ATMs. Although I wrote to Mombasa forum my story about ATM stolen my money, that was only time that I have had problems in Kenya. I am counting on ATMS, I don't carry very much foreign cash with me. Couple of time my foreign cash has been stolen by some girl, I haven't even known who of my many visitors.

    Also, nowadays in Kenya I pay in supermarkets and in restaturants by card directly, I don't have to visit ATM so often as before.

    There has not been card cloning problems like in for example South America, there I am afraid to pay by card.

    I have not got problems with Visa Online either.

  12. #4007

    Kiss

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Another joke is the Jitenge QR form you must have created before arrival. Once you land at NBO you will enter the airport and stand in line before you reach immigration. Health personnel scan your 3-D bar code QR form that you either printed or have open on your smart phone. You are required to log into the site everyday for 14 days and report any Covid symptoms.

    In my case, my name doesn't appear when I log into the system do I can't enter symptoms. I wonder what that matters after 90 days and 180 days when I leave the country.
    Africans and IT. The whole rubbish doesn't even work in Europe. They once said KISS. For that reason I love Guinea Bissau. They still type the residence permit by typewriter. Even if some countries have IT systems now. They're not working as they're supposed to work. The results range from hilarious to annoying. And now these online health declarations take the BS to a new level.

    Old but hilarious story.

    Guy arrives at Monrovia on the height of the civil war. He virtually has all paperwork in order. Even a valid Visa! Customs and immigration highly annoyed because they can't sell him a Visa and make a few hundred bucks. They took away his passport until he paid up a couple of hundred dollars in order to enter Liberia.

    That's the positive in Africa. It's called corruption.

    You can buy any paper and any stamp. I was offered from captains licence or genuine IDs. You name it. The problem now are the EVisa. The Airlines don't let you board without one. You probably get still VoA in Entebbe. But. See above.

    Neddy.

  13. #4006

    Jitenge Traveler Surveillance QR Code

    Another joke is the Jitenge QR form you must have created before arrival. Once you land at NBO you will enter the airport and stand in line before you reach immigration. Health personnel scan your 3-D bar code QR form that you either printed or have open on your smart phone. You are required to log into the site everyday for 14 days and report any Covid symptoms.

    In my case, my name doesn't appear when I log into the system and I can't enter symptoms. The system is supposed to notify the phone number you used to create the form. If not, you still can access the system by entering the number you used. Mine just tells me my number is invalid. I wonder what that matters after 90 days and 180 days when I leave the country.

  14. #4005

    Illegal

    Quote Originally Posted by NIO400  [View Original Post]
    Wrong, you can extend forever.
    You forgot to mention. Illegal. But possible. And technically it's not an extension. An Immigration officer actually stamps you out and in again
    technically you have left the country virtually and return virtually... Cost depends who you know between 20 and 30k KSH. I know people who live 12 years on illegal Visa extensions in Kenya. Do I recommend it? No. And do yourself a favor. Never mention people or places where you can obtain it in the forum...

    Neddy.

  15. #4004

    EVisa is Difficult if Traveling

    Quote Originally Posted by DzikaBomba  [View Original Post]
    Why should People wave their holiday in Kenia only because there is no VoA? I can't believe that someone will cancel their Holiday only because of this.

    What's the problem with only Evisa?

    I'm sure they did it because they want to eliminate corruption and cash disappearing at the immigration counters.
    One issue with an eVisa is that my credit card is almost always rejected the first time. I must verify multiple times which is inconvenient from my home country but downright aggravating when I'm out of my country.

    Another issue is I'm playing visa-go-round when my two 90 day visas are up, I must leave the country and start the process over from another country. I met some who do the South Africa-Namibia-Botswana circuit with no visa at all. I can go from Kenya to Tanzania for a VoA but not to Uganda unless I have a eVisa. Again, what difference does it make when Uganda Immigration pastes a white man's passport with a black woman' photo visa?

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