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  1. #4485
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    BTW, just experienced some kind of an Anne Frank situation when we were in a bar after curfew hour. It was announced that the police was coming.

    We had to rush to the attic where we were packed into a small room under the makuti in the dark, being urged to be dead silent.

    Anyway after some time the sign, all clear, was given and everything went on like before, as if nothing had happened.
    Wow! We're living in scary times. No matter where you happen to be in, it seems the one thing all countries have in common, is that their government used covid 19 as an excuse to give themselves more power over this past year.

  2. #4484
    Quote Originally Posted by Jalle  [View Original Post]

    My only . Did I understand correctly that Mtwapa daytime scene is mostly pros looking for extra buck?
    I would say Big Tree and Cheers is where you meet the real pros in the daytime, while wherever you walk in Mtwapa you will meet so many smiles on the way. You just have to respond to them.

    There is the Cobacabana Beach in Mtwapa that has developed into some kind of a Disneyland especially since the public Kenyatta Beach was closed.

    Every week more elaborate and permanent structures are erected on the beach, sound systems are blaring from all sides.

    Like public beach before most girls that come there are not specifically looking for a muzungu, but you might be lucky there.

    BTW, just experienced some kind of an Anne Frank situation when we were in a bar after curfew hour. It was announced that the police was coming.

    We had to rush to the attic where we were packed into a small room under the makuti in the dark, being urged to be dead silent.

    Anyway after some time the sign, all clear, was given and everything went on like before, as if nothing had happened.

  3. #4483
    Thanks for great advice everyone!

    It seems like Mtwapa is more interesting than I initially thought. Is it something similar to Kabalagala in Kampala? At least Neddy has seen them both if I recall correctly?

    My only problem with Mtwapa is daytime. I'd rather spend my days on the beach or in fancier bars. Not that I haven't seen more low key places during my 15 Africa trips, but in this case there are decent beach options nearby. Did I understand correctly that Mtwapa daytime scene is mostly pros looking for extra buck?

  4. #4482
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Exactly. I have everything within a mile radius. Plus endless entertainment 24/7. Wazungu being murdered, ripped off, lied to, jailed, drugged. Drama every day. They should make an epic TV documentary. Mtwapa the city which never sleeps. Everybody is living there. From destitute scots, drunkards of various nations on minimum pension, millionaires, tax evaders, retired mafia dons (no kidding), fugitives of all kinds, child molesters, retired somali pirates, child support evaders. How I know it. I know them all. I listen. But I never speak. You name it Mtwapa has it. The highlight is everyday the expat coffee meeting where unbelievable stories are swapped. (All true of course). Just read the Daily Nation. Its Africa. On the way up posta road (now paved) you pick up pussy at random for a quick relaxation. At nightfall you head up to chew fresh miraa or smoke natural herbs then head to legends for sweet Congolese life Soukouss or Rhumba. After that to Naiz for a couple of ice cold tuskers looking at some red hot dressed chicas. Later to AR Casuarina enjoying the show and listen to sweet bongo tunes from Tanzania.

    Neddy.

    Who misses Mtwapa dearly.
    Well, I stay on Bamburi beach, spend my time at the other end of the stretch at Cafeserie, Java, City mall, but I do oftentimes have a wander up to Mtwapa late afternoon to pick up an evening delight or Casaurina late on. There are certainly plenty of Brits and Europeans I have seen shrink in size and stature over the decade or so on the scene, the sun, the women, the constant ducking and diving wears them down. Keep yourself to yourself, never get involved, have your short time with a girl, never see them more than a 3 times, be up front and agree the price, move on once the deed is done, there are plenty and a never ending stream of them to go around.

  5. #4481
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Exactly. I have everything within a mile radius. Plus endless entertainment 24/7. Wazungu being murdered, ripped off, lied to, jailed, drugged. Drama every day. They should make an epic TV documentary. Mtwapa the city which never sleeps. Everybody is living there. From destitute scots, drunkards of various nations on minimum pension, millionaires, tax evaders, retired mafia dons (no kidding), fugitives of all kinds, child molesters, retired somali pirates, child support evaders. How I know it. I know them all. I listen. But I never speak. You name it Mtwapa has it. The highlight is everyday the expat coffee meeting where unbelievable stories are swapped. (All true of course). Just read the Daily Nation. Its Africa. On the way up posta road (now paved) you pick up pussy at random for a quick relaxation. At nightfall you head up to chew fresh miraa or smoke natural herbs then head to legends for sweet Congolese life Soukouss or Rhumba. After that to Naiz for a couple of ice cold tuskers looking at some red hot dressed chicas. Later to AR Casuarina enjoying the show and listen to sweet bongo tunes from Tanzania.

    Neddy.

    Who misses Mtwapa dearly.
    Dear Neddy,

    You have clear ideas. Better to listen to the misfortunes of others than to tell your own.

  6. #4480

    Entertainment

    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    When I was in Mwtapa, I was hanging around Postal Road cafes and bars all the time. So seemed to be many other musungus. So better take hotel somewhere there if somebody goes to Mwtapa. Then you can just walk around, no need for motobike taxis.
    Exactly. I have everything within a mile radius. Plus endless entertainment 24/7. Wazungu being murdered, ripped off, lied to, jailed, drugged. Drama every day. They should make an epic TV documentary. Mtwapa the city which never sleeps. Everybody is living there. From destitute scots, drunkards of various nations on minimum pension, millionaires, tax evaders, retired mafia dons (no kidding), fugitives of all kinds, child molesters, retired somali pirates, child support evaders. How I know it. I know them all. I listen. But I never speak. You name it Mtwapa has it. The highlight is everyday the expat coffee meeting where unbelievable stories are swapped. (All true of course). Just read the Daily Nation. Its Africa. On the way up posta road (now paved) you pick up pussy at random for a quick relaxation. At nightfall you head up to chew fresh miraa or smoke natural herbs then head to legends for sweet Congolese life Soukouss or Rhumba. After that to Naiz for a couple of ice cold tuskers looking at some red hot dressed chicas. Later to AR Casuarina enjoying the show and listen to sweet bongo tunes from Tanzania.

    Neddy.

    Who misses Mtwapa dearly.

  7. #4479

    Postal Road

    When I was in Mwtapa, I was hanging around Postal Road cafes and bars all the time. So seemed to be many other musungus. So better take hotel somewhere there if somebody goes to Mwtapa. Then you can just walk around, no need for motobike taxis.

  8. #4478

    Prestige Leisure Mtwapa

    Unfortunately a new mosque has started operating just next door, with even louder speakers.

    Besides the already extremely noisy hallelujah churches around.

  9. #4477

    Prestige Leisure Mtwapa

    My Recommendation is Prestige Leisure in Mtwapa.

    When you contact the Owner directly (you can contact me through PM for his Number) you get a big Apartment for 2500 Ksh.

    Smaller and cheaper Rooms are also available.

    The Location is good. But the standard is a bit lower, some would say run down, but I liked it. But the Rooms are big, the people are nice, the service is good. You have Internet, warm water.

    You have two pools and Restaurant on the possession. What else do you want?

    Girlfriendly 100% as long as they have ID.

    Everything close and BodaBodas are always waiting for you outside.

  10. #4476
    Quote Originally Posted by Jalle  [View Original Post]
    I've read the forum 50 pages back, but still having hard time choosing where to stay around the north coast. The area appears to be really confusing for first-timer and currently even more so given the current covid closures. I've decided not to stay in Mtwapa dust since I'm spending some weeks in rural Africa before Mombasa. Also, I'm heading to Diani after north coast so that's not an option.

    My criterion:

    - relatively safe area to walk around daytime.

    - pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby.

    - relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc.

    - 30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself).

    According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public. Does it make beach area completely dead? Would it make sense to stay near Nyali malls or further north the coast around Bamburi? I've got an impression that some normally lively places can be deserted because of covid. Which area is the place to be right now? Any help is highly appreciated!

    By the way if anyone is around in Nov-Dec let me know.
    I used always stay in Big Tree in Bamburi beach, I did that also in January-February this year. Then I got tired of travelling from Mwtapa at last minute before curfew started, with crazy motobike taxi, scaring for my life. Usually with a girl who was just browsing her phone, not scared at all, although we went so far that we passed all the cars.

    So I moved to Mwtapa and I was happy there. In Mwtapa there are some places which are open still when other bars close, illegally.

    You could go Nyali also, but where to walk there? In shopping center and in beach? There are places also in Nyali that are open whole night, but not as good for mongering. In Nyali there are Moonshine and Hypnotica, if you are looking for girl friend (and some working girls also).

    If you are looking for bad girls (which I thing as good girls), go to Mwtapa, it is more simple there.

    By the way, what I have understood, afternoon places are still Big Tree and Cheers (close to each others), that is where some Mwtapa girls went when I asked them. And for Bamburi girls those places are near.

  11. #4475
    My criterion:

    Relatively safe area to walk around daytime = all areas are safe in daylight hours away from one or two on Mombasa island where you won't be anyways.

    Pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby. = pretty much everywhere.

    Relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc. = Mtwapa, Bamburi, Nyali all have this. Each one is only a few $ away from each other by uber. I always stay on Bamburi beach as it is central for all of them.

    30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself). = Too many options to name.

    According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public = Yes, could well change by Nov as locals have met MPs to get it reopened just yesterday.

    Does it make beach area completely dead? = Currently yes it very quiet.

  12. #4474
    Quote Originally Posted by Jalle  [View Original Post]
    I've read the forum 50 pages back, but still having hard time choosing where to stay around the north coast. The area appears to be really confusing for first-timer and currently even more so given the current covid closures. I've decided not to stay in Mtwapa dust since I'm spending some weeks in rural Africa before Mombasa. Also, I'm heading to Diani after north coast so that's not an option.

    My criterion:

    - relatively safe area to walk around daytime.

    - pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby.

    - relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc.

    - 30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself).

    According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public. Does it make beach area completely dead? Would it make sense to stay near Nyali malls or further north the coast around Bamburi? I've got an impression that some normally lively places can be deserted because of covid. Which area is the place to be right now? Any help is highly appreciated!

    By the way if anyone is around in Nov-Dec let me know.
    The problem I have with Nyali. You need transport. Everything is spread out.

    Mtwapa. There's only one way to find out. Go there. I like convenience. In Mtwapa I can do everything by walking.

    Including picking up pussy while I do my shopping. LOL.

    Neddy.

  13. #4473

    Best area to stay?

    I've read the forum 50 pages back, but still having hard time choosing where to stay around the north coast. The area appears to be really confusing for first-timer and currently even more so given the current covid closures. I've decided not to stay in Mtwapa dust since I'm spending some weeks in rural Africa before Mombasa. Also, I'm heading to Diani after north coast so that's not an option.

    My criterion:

    - relatively safe area to walk around daytime.

    - pharmacies, money exchanges, other basic services nearby.

    - relatively easy access to restaurants, beach bars, lounges, etc.

    - 30-100 USD per night (price-quality ratio matters more than the price itself).

    According to local news Jomo Kenyatta beach is still closed to public. Does it make beach area completely dead? Would it make sense to stay near Nyali malls or further north the coast around Bamburi? I've got an impression that some normally lively places can be deserted because of covid. Which area is the place to be right now? Any help is highly appreciated!

    By the way if anyone is around in Nov-Dec let me know.

  14. #4472

    Excellent News ZimZam!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Now the bars etc are allowed to continue until 9 in the evening.
    This is very welcome news ZimZam. Thank you for posting. I just applied for my eVisa yesterday and am hoping to travel to the coast within a couple of weeks.

    Cheers.

  15. #4471

    More time for Fun.

    Now the bars etc are allowed to continue until 9 in the evening.

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