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  1. #4527

    Take the plunge

    Quote Originally Posted by Spaced69  [View Original Post]
    Recently single after a horrific marriage to a visa hunting Jamaican woman. I'm 50 and love my black women. I'm tempted to give Kenya or Ghana a try. I've never ever travelled alone. So a bit concerned.

    I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.

    Best / safest place to go.

    Accom recommendations for 2/3 wks.

    Expected rate to pay for pussy or two (yea I'm a cheapskate and also greedy).

    Any other advice greatly appreciated.
    First of all. Before you ask any more questions. Read the last 500 to 1000 posts in the Mombasa forum. Or if you like more condensed Infos. Use the search function go through all my posts in the Mombasa Forum working backwards. In addition check out Mombie75, Zimzam and Leblon posts. After you have done that, 99% of your questions will be answered. For the remainder of the 1% you can use trip advisor. I'd start with Kenya assuming you have never been to subsaharan Africa. Mombasa is the place. Start by marking all the places you read about in Google maps so you get an idea of area. That's how I started. 1000 $ a month gives you food, board and pussy as much as you'll ever get.

    You shall cry upon departure. By far the best therapy money can buy.
    To get you in the right mood watch following educational video. That was filmed on Mtwapa River.

    https://youtu.be/aZiNxJ9rLX0

    Neddy.

    Mwalimu.

  2. #4526
    Recently single after a horrific marriage to a visa hunting Jamaican woman. I'm 50 and love my black women. I'm tempted to give Kenya or Ghana a try. I've never ever travelled alone. So a bit concerned.

    I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.

    Best / safest place to go.

    Accom recommendations for 2/3 wks.

    Expected rate to pay for pussy or two (yea I'm a cheapskate and also greedy).

    Any other advice greatly appreciated.

  3. #4525

    Twerking Competitions Bringing Life Back the to Coast

    Was in Casaurina and the DJ announced they will resume the Sunday ladies dance (twerking) competition this Sunday, 17 October. A pleasant surprise considering it's been months without their hugely popular event.

    Current weekly twerking lineup:

    - Casaurina in Mtwapa Sunday

    - Hypnotica in Nyali Center Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

    - Club Legend in Mtwapa Wednesday

    - Standard Grill in Mtwapa Wednesday

    These competitions bring nice crowds, and provide some entertainment to distract from Kenya's ongoing 10pm curfew

  4. #4524
    Landed in Nairobi couple of nights back and now in Mombasa.

    First day here I unpack and then head off to the supermarket to stock up on water, soda, some food, pack of blobs.

    About a year back I spotted a cute and horny looking thing on a friends fb so I dropped her a message and we started to whatsapp a few weeks before I was coming here. She asked me to bring her a camera, wtf she wants that for I don't know, where do you buy a camera these days with phones having them. Anyways I said if I bring you a camera what do I get in return, her answer was I will suck your cock and lick your balls.

    So, She finishes work and it is 7 pm and arrives at my apartment around 8 pm, we have an hour then she has to be on her way to beat curfew. We sit on the couch and I catch her eyeing me up and down several times with a lingering look at the dick area.

    I ask how much for this, she says 3 k, I reply with you can have 2 k and some fare home. No sooner had I got the words out she pulled down my shorts and started to suck me off and lick my balls. Camera, She has forgot that request, just well as I don't have one. After a few minutes we head off to the shower, when you soap these African girls up with their smooth skin it is super erotic. Then to the bed for 10 minutes of good cock sucking, deepthroating, and ball licking and then the pounding begins in missionary.

    She was a sexy horny little fucker this one, 5 ft1 with African proportions. I then get her on top, she rides like fuck and cums twice over 10 minutes with some nice groans and twists, I am just laying back thinking it is not a bad day 1 as I see this perfect body going at it. I then lay her flat on her stomach and get in from behind and think I will hit this until I shoot my load, she is bucking back and squeezing her pussy on me and after 4-5 minutes I shoot. We lay for a couple of minutes to recover and then as she gets up for a shower she is on wobbly legs. Job done.

    2 k, 200 bob for motorbike, end of day 1. She will get a repeat. She added she is bisexual and has a couple of playmates, I said that is good as I am buy sexual as well up to 2000 ks. I am not really bothered about a 3 some as I like to put my energy into one but always fancied a double BJ. Will likely do it by the end of my trip.

    Day 2 now, mainly rest and refresh after travelling.

    Day 3 I will invite a strong Luo I know from Bamburi over for a pounding.

    Asante sana, kesho.

  5. #4523
    Big Tree rooms have been updated on that site and look good value if you are on a budget.

    Indiana, there the beach side rooms and the car park side rooms. The trick is to check several rooms and pick the best one. It is secure, GF, good location, nice breakfast but the same everyday, a great massage just outside as well, a gym for a work out, good WIFI. A friend of mine can get b&b beach side rooms for 3500 ks. There bungalows at the front but I've never checked them.

    Sai Rock, was my go to place, I got a super low rate for the last 15 yrs on the apartments but the manager has gone now who gave me it and the rate with him sadly. Large bedroom, kitchen, living room, hot water, (starting to look tired now), air con, secure, GF friendly, very good location with cheers and big tree 30 secs away, gym, nice pool. WIFI hit and miss. I know the new boss so I'm sure I can still get a good rate. , they advertise at 6 k but I know I can get less.

    Kahama I used to take the 2 bedroom apartment on top with a friend for 10 k a night, was good but I travel alone now so that's out. Nice place, good WIFI, GF, good location.

    A side note I found Indiana the quietest at night as Sai you can hear Cheers and Kahama has its own bar going.

    There is a good Airbnb in Bamburi apartments similar to Cowrie but these two places are over priced / not good value.

  6. #4522
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    It would be interesting to know what are daily rates there right now.
    Voila:

    https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/the-rooms

  7. #4521

    Food

    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]

    Mombasa is not the place for great food really. I find cafeserie the best but its not as cheap. Plenty local cafes if you rough it a bit but tasty Biriyani etc can be had, good chicken in a few places too.
    There is a new place called Char Choma, just next to White Sands and on walking distance (also over the beach) from Big Tree.

    As for now they don't have a signboard yet along the main road.

    It is a large restaurant with a wide variety of food, especially all kind of meats, which you choose when you enter. Very clean and well organized, reasonably priced.

    And yes, they serve a good cappuccino too.

    It is a hotel also, but I don't know their rates.

    Otherwise the Safari Inn in Shanzu serves good food at reasonable prices.

  8. #4520

    Big Tree

    Normally I always go to Big Tree, when I go to Mombasa. Lately Mwtapa, because there are some places that stay open whole night.

    Bad things about Big Tree:

    -no mosquitos nets, because architecture of the hut don't allow it. Well in hotels that I have visited in Diani and Mwtapa, there has been mosquito nets, but full of holes from smokers or too small, so no difference. That is what you get when going only cheap hotels.

    -water from shower is salty, but that is same in many places in coast, including Mwtapa. Nowadays some rooms have hot water, but not all.

    -no air conditioner, just a ventilator. Same like in many cheap hotels. Breeze from sea helps, sometimes it is even cold.

    Good things:

    -this is a place where girls come to hunt musungu customers. Many white people from Mwtapa and around come to Big Tree for sun bathing, especially on Wednesdays when there is pizza offer. So you can conveniently take a girl from there directly to your room. Sometimes it is silent, sometimes more girls. When the sun goes down everybody leave.

    -Cheers is on a walking distance. This is more popular place for girls to look for customers, and this is busy until curfew time. And you can buy most of the stuff from gasoline station 24 hours.

    -Big Tree in on the beach, and it is cheap, compared to most of the hotels on the beach. I like the atmosphere there, in the evening / night it is nice to sit with a girl under the palm trees. I like also hotel staff there.

    It would be interesting to know what are daily rates there right now.

  9. #4519
    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    Oiste,

    What is Big Tree going to charge you per night? It is a basic place and there is much better value around if yiu give your budget I can advise.

    Day time you can go anywhere it is safe, as below the biggest danger is traffic. Mombasa is not the place for great food really. I find cafeserie the best but its not as cheap. Plenty local cafes if you rough it a bit but tasty Biriyani etc can be had, good chicken in a few places too.

    I am headed to Mombasa next week for 3 weeks and will be there in Dec for 3 weeks.
    Please advise! Last year I was staying in Bamburi cowrie shell hotel quite good but far from everything. When I was there I visited Big tree, Indiana and ziwa beach hotel but very basic / dirty hotels. May be I'll go back next winter but would like to find a decent room not too far from everywhere. Any advise?

  10. #4518
    Oiste,

    What is Big Tree going to charge you per night? It is a basic place and there is much better value around if yiu give your budget I can advise.

    Day time you can go anywhere it is safe, as below the biggest danger is traffic. Mombasa is not the place for great food really. I find cafeserie the best but its not as cheap. Plenty local cafes if you rough it a bit but tasty Biriyani etc can be had, good chicken in a few places too.

    I am headed to Mombasa next week for 3 weeks and will be there in Dec for 3 weeks.

  11. #4517
    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for all the responses I have received.

    I think the best choice would be to stay at the Big Tree for ten days and then, if I am not satisfied, I would move to Diani Beach. Big Tree is a strategic point but I would like to know what I could find once I leave the resort. I mean ethnic restaurants closed to there, shops, and places to take a walk without getting killed. I repeat that I don't like nightlife and that I spend half of the day on the beach. Maybe it would be better to go directly to Diani? The rule is true that you have to read the whole forum but now the information in my head is too much!
    You can walk on the beach, that is what everybody do, safe as long as there is light. You can walk on the roads, but there is too much traffic. Traffic can actually kill you, that is biggest danger. On the beach you can find restaurants, or you can go to Nyali shopping center. Ethnic food, I don't know. Relatively Near Big Tree there is very popular beach restaurant, forgot the name. For shopping, same Nyali shopping centers. For everything basic, there is gasoline station very near, safe walking, in the same complex as Cheers. You get all the basic stuff from that gasoline station shop, water, beer, bread, etc.

  12. #4516
    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    I want to ask a question about the sea as I spend half of my day in the sun. Would it be a happy choice if I decided to stay in Mtwapa? I tried to search but the organized beaches (with umbrella and sun bed) and don't seem so beautiful to me, maybe is just my impression. I say this because Mtwapa intrigues me and I would also have found a good accommodation at Merryvilla for 50000 for a studio, but from there I have absolutely no idea of the distances to reach a beach with little expense. Of white sand equipped. Thank you and good day for yours help.
    Thanks for all the responses I have received.

    I think the best choice would be to stay at the Big Tree for ten days and then, if I am not satisfied, I would move to Diani Beach. Big Tree is a strategic point but I would like to know what I could find once I leave the resort. I mean ethnic restaurants closed to there, shops, and places to take a walk without getting killed. I repeat that I don't like nightlife and that I spend half of the day on the beach. Maybe it would be better to go directly to Diani? The rule is true that you have to read the whole forum but now the information in my head is too much!

  13. #4515
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    With a happy attitude and able to communicate with the ladies in a way they enjoy plus dressed in a way the lady will be proud to walk out with a gentleman -- you not have a problem with your looks or age.

    As young guy, macho attitude, smelling like garbage. You won't score however.

    I've had freebies. They're usually not free. I'd rather have an upfront no bullshit experience. As Bukowski once said "You don't pay them to stay, you pay them to leave".

    The best mongering trip to Thailand was at the age of 57, a couple of years ago. I am slightly overweight and dress casual professional. I speak Thai, and can sing a few songs in the language. But I've been able to do that for decades and still my younger experiences were not as stellar as this trip. The environment, the fun I had and I didn't pay through the nose. It didn't hurt I was staying at a very nice hotel (Marriot) and had a beautiful city view we could relax and enjoy. I feel a lot of it was due to my fun attitude and quiet confidence in myself at this stage in life.

    Can't wait for my upcoming trip to Nairobi and Mombasa!

  14. #4514
    Quote Originally Posted by NemanLion  [View Original Post]
    Got 5 days in Mombasa next week.

    Easiest way to get good girls to hotel?

    Any decent websites / apps?

    Or even contacts to share??

    Will update after my visit.
    I settled on a beautiful 22-year-old hottie about 2 weeks before my trip. We met on Tinder, and communicated / video called for a couple of weeks. I reserved a room for two at the Sarova Whitesands resort, and had no difficulty bringing my lady. We had an awesome time!

  15. #4513

    Mombasa coming

    Got 5 days in Mombasa next week.

    Easiest way to get good girls to hotel?

    Any decent websites / apps?

    Or even contacts to share??

    Will update after my visit.

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