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  1. #3549

    Elections

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    I was considering that also. Now booked some 10 days after erections, even if it's known that riots etc. Take place after the elections.

    Going to Mombasa, hopefully it will be calm there.

    I was once forcefully evacuated from Kenya around New Year some 9 years ago. We were driven to the airport in a bus with an armed policeman in front of the bus, avoiding the main road through Bombolulu, but instead taking the road through Nyali.
    For what its worth, I have just left Nairobi last week and was told when I said I wanted to go back in August to forget it. The riots will start after the election as lots of Kenyans want Obuto out so they told me to wait until the end of September when things have cooled down.

  2. #3548

    Erections

    Quote Originally Posted by JakePeacock  [View Original Post]
    Girls on tinder are high tailing it the f* out of Kenya for the election because presumably all hell will / could break lose. Was going to go, now delaying plans, any confirm or deny?
    I was considering that also. Now booked some 10 days after erections, even if it's known that riots etc. Take place after the elections.

    Going to Mombasa, hopefully it will be calm there.

    I was once forcefully evacuated from Kenya around New Year some 9 years ago. We were driven to the airport in a bus with an armed policeman in front of the bus, avoiding the main road through Bombolulu, but instead taking the road through Nyali.

  3. #3547

    Elections

    Quote Originally Posted by JakePeacock  [View Original Post]
    Girls on tinder are high tailing it the f* out of Kenya for the election because presumably all hell will / could break lose. Was going to go, now delaying plans, any confirm or deny?
    I ll tell you what I did. Booked on Quatar Airways landing 28th July in NBO. Inshallah. Another Neddy Adventure coming up. And yes I will monger in Kibera. Nothing to worry about. Elections, Coup d Etats, Famines, Local Wars,Terror Attacks, Tourist murders are all part of daily life in Africa. Will spend election day in Shanzu. Shored up with a nice chica.
    Neddy
    The biggest danger in Africa is Vehicle accidents followed by Malaria followed by girls liberating valuables. In all other cases its just being at the wrong spot at the wrong time...

  4. #3546

    Uhuru

    Quote Originally Posted by Helgi  [View Original Post]
    Mombie75, do you have any reliable source for this statement? Or did you just check the ownership and the possessions or rather the political activity of the owners of all the Kenayn hotels yourself?
    Its a well known fact that most north coast beach lands are owned by the kenyatta clan and other politicians which lease them to indians and other kenyan investors. Nobody cares if these hotels are full or empty. There is an indian price cartel on north coast no room is to be sold less than 3000 bob a day.

  5. #3545

    Election on August 8 no go?

    Girls on tinder are high tailing it the f* out of Kenya for the election because presumably all hell will / could break lose. Was going to go, now delaying plans, any confirm or deny?

  6. #3544
    Quote Originally Posted by Helgi  [View Original Post]
    Mombie75, do you have any reliable source for this statement? Or did you just check the ownership and the possessions or rather the political activity of the owners of all the Kenayn hotels yourself?
    I know a lot of the owners personally.

  7. #3543
    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    The hotels are for the most part owned by very rich Kenyans and usually they are multi millionaire politicians.
    Mombie75, do you have any reliable source for this statement? Or did you just check the ownership and the possessions or rather the political activity of the owners of all the Kenayn hotels yourself?

  8. #3542
    The hotels are for the most part owned by very rich Kenyans and usually they are multi millionaire politicians, they can easily sit back with them making no money. The mentality in Kenya is if there no customers put the price up, not down like any proper business would. As said the price for rooms and the standard of them is very poor compared to most other countries. You either pay it or go elsewhere, its life.

    Hotel price and standards is greatly hindering Kenyan tourism with visa fees and very poor infrastructure.

  9. #3541
    Quote Originally Posted by Willyboy  [View Original Post]
    65 dollar for one hotel room is more than 2 week work for room cleaner,
    No!

    Its a actually a month salary. Cleaners, security officers (Askari) get 6000 or 7000 a month.

    In Mtwapa an apartment for fits the Mzungu standards start from 10000 per month, but girls share a cheap African style "one room apartment".

    The best time to visit Mombasa is from December first to Jan 15. In this time girls from all over Kenya's flooding the streets. December is also school one month vacation so eager girls out of school looks for fun. Clubs is fully packed as well.

  10. #3540

    Over Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by Willyboy  [View Original Post]
    65 dollar for one hotel room is more than 2 week work for room cleaner, 10 h / day end 6 days from 7. It is very normal that tourist say bye-bye Kenya.
    I totally agree Willyboy and the majority of hotels are way overpriced for the facilities they provide. Nothing wrong in registering a girl at reception and as you say it's a bit of insurance they won't get out if there's trouble. I think most pro's and semi's know this too and that's why I stay away from cheap places, not only for comfort but security as well. The country will continue losing tourists as long as they adopt this take it or leave it attitude. Time for a major upheaval for the owners of these places to bring them up to a European / USA standard when they're actually charging more or less the same prices with no hot water or back up gen sets for power cuts which are pretty common occurrence there.

  11. #3539

    Overpriced

    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    If your going to pay $65 a night your better off at Sai rock apartments. They ask for 6000 ks but you might get them down to 5000 ks or 5500 ks which is $50 and $60 respectively. Sai rock is very secure being a main hotel and they have generator so no power cuts. Also GF as long as she has ID they copy at reception going in so offers security that way too. Location wise it is perfect, on the beach, next door to cheers bar, big tree, 5 minutes to supermarkets and 10 minutes to mtwapa.

    Rooms are spacious, air con, mozzy nets, cooking facilities. They could do with a bit tlc but in Africa they usually all do. If you use them ask to be shown 2 or 3 apartments and pick the best one.

    BTW I have no affiliation with this place but I use it all the time when in Mombasa, as knowing Mombasa very well it is as far as I know the best overall place at present in terms of value.
    65 dollar for one hotel room is more than 2 week work for room cleaner, 10 h / day end 6 days from 7. It is very normal that tourist say bye-bye Kenya.

  12. #3538

    Ziwa Beach Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Valuable info. Thanks. The rooms are starting at 65 $ for garden view. If there is no hassle, it seems one of the very few decent hotels at Bamburi Beach where we can enjoy our hobby.

    Most appartements are in a desolate shape and at night not really safe to get back.

    Other option is to stay at Diani beach. There many nice appartementson AirBnB, starting from 20 $, are available. But not many girls around there. Its more for ByO with a date girl.
    Grateful thanks to Mombie75, Zimzam Chris P and Amadeuss for your invaluable feedback.

    Whichever I choose, I will provide update info on my return.

    Thanks again.

  13. #3537
    If your going to pay $65 a night your better off at Sai rock apartments. They ask for 6000 ks but you might get them down to 5000 ks or 5500 ks which is $50 and $60 respectively. Sai rock is very secure being a main hotel and they have generator so no power cuts. Also GF as long as she has ID they copy at reception going in so offers security that way too. Location wise it is perfect, on the beach, next door to cheers bar, big tree, 5 minutes to supermarkets and 10 minutes to mtwapa.

    Rooms are spacious, air con, mozzy nets, cooking facilities. They could do with a bit tlc but in Africa they usually all do. If you use them ask to be shown 2 or 3 apartments and pick the best one.

    BTW I have no affiliation with this place but I use it all the time when in Mombasa, as knowing Mombasa very well it is as far as I know the best overall place at present in terms of value.

  14. #3536
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    There's also no receptionist around at night, just a Masai watchman who gave me a big grin and thumbs up when I brought a girl home, so no walk of shame. Quite a pleasant place all in all - 24 hour bar, good staff and security, a nice deck to sit and watch the sea.
    Ziwa Beach Resort used to be called Bamburi Beach Resort,
    I stayed there some years ago, when it was still named Bamburi Beach Resort.

    If you rent one of the apartments (not a bungalow) you have to share the veranda, or balcony containing the kitchen with the people staying in the apartment next to you.

    If you have no neighbours it's OK, but it might happen that you have a complete (Indian) family next door, with a bunch of children running in & out and the ladies cooking food from morning till evening.

  15. #3535
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    PortugalChris. I stayed earlier this year at Ziwa Beach Resort and there were no guest charges. There's also no receptionist around at night, just a Masai watchman who gave me a big grin and thumbs up when I brought a girl home, so no walk of shame. Quite a pleasant place all in all - 24 hour bar, good staff and security, a nice deck to sit and watch the sea. No TVs in the rooms,.
    Valuable info. Thanks. The rooms are starting at 65 $ for garden view. If there is no hassle, it seems one of the very few decent hotels at Bamburi Beach where we can enjoy our hobby.

    Most appartements are in a desolate shape and at night not really safe to get back.

    Other option is to stay at Diani beach. There many nice appartementson AirBnB, starting from 20 $, are available. But not many girls areound there. Its more for ByO with a date girl.

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