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  1. #4455

    Alive

    Quote Originally Posted by Beno69  [View Original Post]
    Is Neddy69 still alive or 'no existing' Covid19 killed him? There are no more posts from him.
    I am working in sex prison. Another couple of months suffering. I'm monitoring the situation closely. Otherwise I'm alive and kicking.

    Neddy.

    Why would I be afraid of Covid? the survival rate is more than 99%.... Traffic accidents or malaria ar far more deadly.

  2. #4454
    Quote Originally Posted by PussNet  [View Original Post]
    I agree with commandments 1-9 but I wonder why Neddy put the 10th one.
    Is Neddy69 still alive or 'no existing' Covid19 killed him? There are no more posts from him.

  3. #4453
    Quote Originally Posted by AttilaTheHun  [View Original Post]
    1. Thou shalt not marry.

    2. Thou shalt not take a live in girl friend.

    3. Thou shalt trust nobody.

    4. Thou shalt not buy land or property.

    5. Thou shalt not make any kind of business.

    6. Thou shalt lock up all your valuables at all times.

    7. Thou shalt never drink alcohol in excess.

    8. Thou shalt never walk in the dark.

    9. Thou shalt negotiate the price in advance.

    10. Thou shalt never fall in love.
    I agree with commandments 1-9 but I wonder why Neddy put the 10th one.

  4. #4452

    'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa by Neddy69

    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan  [View Original Post]
    This news is from the online edition of the Nation. It tells of a Brit who is now in a legal situation with a woman who he appears to have been having a relationship with for the past year.

    https://nation.africa/kenya/counties...ssault-3438088

    As Neddy69 has mentioned many times in his 'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa. No Girlfriends. No Relationships.

    When we become to entangled in affairs with local women there is all to great a chance of things going sideways. And if they do the downside can become very serious.

    As Leblon recently pointed out, these situations can become deadly.

    Cheers and travel with both eyes open.
    1. Thou shalt not marry.

    2. Thou shalt not take a live in girl friend.

    3. Thou shalt trust nobody.

    4. Thou shalt not buy land or property.

    5. Thou shalt not make any kind of business.

    6. Thou shalt lock up all your valuables at all times.

    7. Thou shalt never drink alcohol in excess.

    8. Thou shalt never walk in the dark.

    9. Thou shalt negotiate the price in advance.

    10. Thou shalt never fall in love.

  5. #4451

    Live music in Mtwapa

    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    Was there still some place where band was playing live music in Mwtapa? That died long time ago when bars were ordered to close at 7 pm.
    .
    Actually Club Legend had a live band playing several times a week from 5 pm to 7 pm, like the band that used to play in Eagles Nest, and the band of the owner, Ricky Mololo.

    BTW, the place seems to have a new (American) manager now.

    Still there is very loud music from the DJ played, like for example at the dance competition on Wednesdays.

    At the "illegal" clubs (the Shebeens) in the night they play music at a very low level, and the visitors are also asked not to make too much noise.

    Other places with live music used to be the " LUO Bar" at the corner near Posta, where the matatus are stopping and the hookers are standing in the night.

    The funny thing is that the waitresses there are dressed in Swiss Dirndl costumes, as the lady owner has connections with Sankt Gallen, the actual name of the Bar.

    So only girls with outstanding big boops can work there.

    Other places with live music were the Congolese singer Ambro's own place in Shanzu, the " Bottoms Up Bar" and the Standard Grill, formerly Status Grill, opposite Lambada.

    In fact at this place you can still hear live BANGO music being played, maybe the owner has good connections.

  6. #4450
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    After Mombasa County now also Kilifi County has banned any live music or any band playing in clubs etc.

    So now on both sides of the Mtwapa bridge life became more boring again.

    And of course so many musicians lost their source of income now.
    Was there still some placewhere band was playing live music in Mwtapa? That died long time ago when bars were ordered to close at 7 pm. I went to Eagle Nest live music sessions on Wednesdays, but after bar closing time changed to 7 pm instead of 9 pm, they stopped.

    Music itself is not banned? There are some lively evenings in Hypnotica and Moonshine in Nyali, and on Wednesday dancing competition on Legend in Mwtapa.

    And places which are open whole night illegally.

    Best parties continue to be in Diani.

  7. #4449
    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan  [View Original Post]
    This news is from the online edition of the Nation. It tells of a Brit who is now in a legal situation with a woman who he appears to have been having a relationship with for the past year.

    https://nation.africa/kenya/counties...ssault-3438088

    As Neddy69 has mentioned many times in his 'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa. No Girlfriends. No Relationships.

    When we become to entangled in affairs with local women there is all to great a chance of things going sideways. And if they do the downside can become very serious.

    As Leblon recently pointed out, these situations can become deadly.

    Cheers and travel with both eyes open.
    Dutch guy murdered in Bamburi a couple of weeks back. His wife looks to be the one who set it up and has been arrested for questioning.

    I never ever get why a white guy wants a GF in Kenya when there are girls everywhere, every minute of every day for hire. Tell them what you want, agree the price and stick to that. Once you do business or relationship the clock is always ticking to that big problem arriving. After 20 years in Kenya I see this all the time.

  8. #4448

    No more live music.

    After Mombasa County now also Kilifi County has banned any live music or any band playing in clubs etc.

    So now on both sides of the Mtwapa bridge life became more boring again.

    And of course so many musicians lost their source of income now.

  9. #4447

    Another mzungu with girlfriend problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    This was very sad story, for both of them.

    https://www.tuko.co.ke/413768-krabbe...ound-dead.html

    I hope that this does not make any bad spirit against musungus here in Mombasa.
    This news is from the online edition of the Nation. It tells of a Brit who is now in a legal situation with a woman who he appears to have been having a relationship with for the past year.

    https://nation.africa/kenya/counties...ssault-3438088

    As Neddy69 has mentioned many times in his 'Ten Commandments' for living in Africa. No Girlfriends. No Relationships.

    When we become to entangled in affairs with local women there is all to great a chance of things going sideways. And if they do the downside can become very serious.

    As Leblon recently pointed out, these situations can become deadly.

    Cheers and travel with both eyes open.

  10. #4446

    Mtwapa Nightlife

    There is actually a place in Mtwapa where you can go after 7 pm and even after 10 pm. As long as there are customers.

    It is a very decent place with good music on a low level. Well stocked bar and food available.

    You can even play pool.

    The only condition for entering is that you will not cause any problems.

    It seems to be well known by the muzungus, as there are quite a few around.

  11. #4445

    Mtwapa Evenings

    On Wednesday night there is a dancing competition at Club Legend. In fact the only place in Mtwapa, besides Naiz where a reasonable number of people are gathered.

    So the girls in hotpants are shaking their asses, dancing Jamaican style, climbing the walls and occasionally rub their pussy in the nose of a Muzungu. I must say, if the girls would move that way while on top of me that would be quite an experience.

    So Club Legend is organizing something every evening from 5 pm till 7 pm, like karaoke night and live band in the weekend.

    After 7 it's still busy on the streets and the hookers are still standing on the usual spot along the street, I guess until 10 pm.

  12. #4444

    Sad story

    This was very sad story, for both of them.

    https://www.tuko.co.ke/413768-krabbe...ound-dead.html

    I hope that this does not make any bad spirit against musungus here in Mombasa.

  13. #4443

    Great stuff, good info.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Yes, all the places you mentioned are still open and operating.

    However, Mtwapa Paradise has very few customers as well as "Berchtesgaden", even though they have draught beer again.

    And I didn't see the Israeli real estate mafia gathering at Wellfit yet.

    Swiss community still hanging around at Safari Inn.
    OK, thank you. I appreciate the positive feedback. I'm not familiar with 'Berchtesgarden' ? The others were all on my daily trap line so to say.

    Afternoon beers at Big Tree, evenings spent circulating between Safari Inn, Cheers, Casuarina's, Club Niaz and others. What's and old pensioner not to love about that lifestyle. Haha.

    And most importantly pleasant, friendly female company readily available. Best retirement home on the planet. LOL.

    Cheers.

  14. #4442
    Quote Originally Posted by MoparMan  [View Original Post]

    Zimzam, are you familiar with the restaurant 'Mtwapa Paradise' located just up the road from A&G, opposite the Kenda Arcade Hotel? I hope it is still open?? Other favourite spots for hanging out were Tom's Welfit Bakery, La Parisienne Cafe and the Croissant Bakery.

    .
    Yes, all the places you mentioned are still open and operating.

    However, Mtwapa Paradise has very few customers as well as "Berchtesgaden", even though they have draught beer again.

    And I didn't see the Israeli real estate mafia gathering at Wellfit yet.

    Swiss community still hanging around at Safari Inn.

  15. #4441

    Moonshine bar Nyali Sunday

    Beautiful spot to take a girl. Live band DJ after. Though places is full by 5 pm well at least hardly any seats available, packed by around 7:30 pm. Located inside reef hotel. Definitely girls wanting to go home with someone. I met one with a hot body.

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