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  1. #4354
    Quote Originally Posted by DesasterArea  [View Original Post]
    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.

  2. #4353
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    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.

  3. #4352
    Quote Originally Posted by DesasterArea  [View Original Post]
    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/e4b76jc6qc...imers.pdf?dl=0
    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.

  4. #4351
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    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.

  5. #4350
    Quote Originally Posted by CleanShave  [View Original Post]
    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.

  6. #4349

    Kenya for first-timers

    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/e4b76jc6qc...imers.pdf?dl=0

  7. #4348
    Quote Originally Posted by DesasterArea  [View Original Post]
    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.

  8. #4347

    Guide for first-timers

    Quote Originally Posted by CleanShave  [View Original Post]
    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/8t7d6bkqad...imers.pdf?dl=0

  9. #4346
    Quote Originally Posted by PimpGreen  [View Original Post]
    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.

  10. #4345

    Covid in Mombasa

    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.

  11. #4344
    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey86  [View Original Post]
    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.

  12. #4343

    Mombasa information summary for First-timers

    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/1y0ncvo1oo...imers.pdf?dl=0

  13. #4342
    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey86  [View Original Post]
    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.

  14. #4341

    Vacation in October

    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?

  15. #4340
    Quote Originally Posted by DzikaBomba  [View Original Post]
    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.

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