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  1. #5302

    The arrival of the Eastern Europeans

    I just stumbled across this YouTube video. The arrival of our Russian brothers in Mtwapa. An accident waiting to happen. Not even command of the English language.

    For your entertainment.

    A REAL GEM.

    https://youtu.be/FOitKOgiPEc?si=ouV0MTmRC8kpKkFv

    Mwalimu.

  2. #5301
    Quote Originally Posted by LitmusSmut  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    I am looking to venture to Kenya (Mombasa and Nairobi), been doing some research here by RTTF and online via news articles, YouTube. While I am getting an idea, a lot of gaps remain so I would like to get explicit answers to my questions, not just get a vague, soft feel before I commit.

    Is there anyone here I can PM directly to ask probably some 5 to 10 questions?

    Please let me know. I'd be glad to make a friend and share my experiences if you got questions for me.
    Sure, feel free.

  3. #5300
    Quote Originally Posted by LitmusSmut  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    I am looking to venture to Kenya (Mombasa and Nairobi), been doing some research here by RTTF and online via news articles, YouTube. While I am getting an idea, a lot of gaps remain so I would like to get explicit answers to my questions, not just get a vague, soft feel before I commit.

    Is there anyone here I can PM directly to ask probably some 5 to 10 questions?

    Please let me know. I'd be glad to make a friend and share my experiences if you got questions for me.
    Sure, I just returned from Kenya about a week ago. I was in both cities with my hottie girlfriend.

  4. #5299

    Asking for Mentor

    Hello,

    I am looking to venture to Kenya (Mombasa and Nairobi), been doing some research here by RTTF and online via news articles, YouTube. While I am getting an idea, a lot of gaps remain so I would like to get explicit answers to my questions, not just get a vague, soft feel before I commit.

    Is there anyone here I can PM directly to ask probably some 5 to 10 questions?

    Please let me know. I'd be glad to make a friend and share my experiences if you got questions for me.

  5. #5298
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Can you get it in Kenya for 300 - 600 KSh?

    I'm in Rwanda now, I'll check.
    If I remember well 800 ksh.

  6. #5297
    Quote Originally Posted by BPalacio  [View Original Post]
    I would be arriving in Mombasa at 1:00 AM.
    Adding 1 h drive from airport, arrival after 02: AM I would only dare in high class hotel, because of security.

    Or at high class AirBnB. I would either stay directly at NBO in a cafe, to take first flight to MBA, in case early checkin possible, or stay a night in hotel in NBO.

    I did that once, unfortunately my reasonably priced hotel close to airport was not very convenient.

    You might consider doing the visit to NBO during first days of your trip.

  7. #5296
    Quote Originally Posted by BPalacio  [View Original Post]
    *Apologies to all the guys who have had to deal with all my questions in the Nairobi thread. It is very much appreciated, and I won't forget to contribute intel when I return from my short maiden trip to Kenya.

    So, I will be landing in NBO late in the evening on a Tuesday after a 8 ish hour flight from CDG. It will be in business class, so I hopefully will be able to rest and hit the ground running. Or at least hit the ground not a complete zombie.

    My question is is it ill advised to immediately take the 11:00 PM flight from NBO to Mombasa? I would be arriving in Mombasa at 1:00 AM. Would there even be Ubers around available to take me to my hotel / AirBnB? Would this be safe, especially as a newbie to Africa?

    I presume it's probably a safer and more advisable move to just stay in Nairobi for my first night and not board another flight immediately after my long CDG-NBO flight. I just wanted to spend time in Mombasa first to experience the mongering scene there before spending maybe 2-3 days in Nairobi before my return flight. I don't have much time on this trip, and I wanted to get exposure to Mombasa to see if it's more enjoyable than Nairobi.

    It seems like the girls are cheaper and more agreeable to pay for play in Mombasa than Nairobi. I am basing this off of interactions / basically scheduling hookups with girls off of dating apps like Tinder and Badoo. Nairobi girls are far more likely to demand higher prices and scoff at an initial offer of 4-5 K KSH, and they seem much more rude and untrustworthy. Mombasa girls have largely been fine with offers of 4-5 K KSH for a couple hours and they have been much friendlier and seem like they'd probably provide better service. Again, this is coming from a newbie, so this might prove largely untrue and to be a foolish assumption. That being said, I am aware that I am to NOT trust these girls. And I don't. It just seems to me that Mombasa girls seem a bit friendlier.

    Anyway, can I call again on the Kenyan vets here to give their thoughts on taking a midnight flight to Mombasa the same day I come from Paris? Also your thoughts on if Mombasa girls are indeed cheaper and provide better service than their Nairobi counterparts?
    Your flight from CDG will arrive 20.40 the NBO-MSA KQ flight leaves at 23.59, you can catch that no problem getting you to MBA at 01.00. I use the AMS to NBO flight arriving at 2200 and still get the 2359 to MBA.

    Then get uber or bolt to your hotel from Mombasa airport.

    Girls are more willing and easy to grab in Mombasa.

    Easy as that.

  8. #5295
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    After arriving at Nairobi airport you will have to pick up your suitcase yourself and walk to the other side of the airport to check in and board the plane to Mombasa, so that will take some time.

    At Mombasa airport you will always find some taxis, but at night they will most likely ask for higher prices.
    If time wise you can make it, keep going straight to mombassa.

    As mentioned, you will have to collect your suitcase and passport check can easily take an hour or more at that time, but it's easier to keep going if you can. The day of travel is gone anyway and if you have to travel again the next day, you loose as least half a day again.

    Arriving at mbs at 1 is not a problem. They might charge a bit more, but not as much more, but some additional USD 5 max. If you negotiate well. Better still, book an Uber or bolt after landing or share a taxi with a fellow mzungu.

    Best of luck.

    P.S.: if the connecting flight is on the same ticket, def. Keep going as the risk of missing the connecting flight is on them and often they even make the domestic last flight if the day, wait for the international connection.

  9. #5294

    Landing late from CDG in NBO. Direct flight to Mombasa ill-advised

    After arriving at Nairobi airport you will have to pick up your suitcase yourself and walk to the other side of the airport to check in and board the plane to Mombasa, so that will take some time.

    At Mombasa airport you will always find some taxis, but at night they will most likely ask for higher prices.

  10. #5293

    Landing late from CDG in NBO. Direct flight to Mombasa ill-advised?

    *Apologies to all the guys who have had to deal with all my questions in the Nairobi thread. It is very much appreciated, and I won't forget to contribute intel when I return from my short maiden trip to Kenya.

    So, I will be landing in NBO late in the evening on a Tuesday after a 8 ish hour flight from CDG. It will be in business class, so I hopefully will be able to rest and hit the ground running. Or at least hit the ground not a complete zombie.

    My question is is it ill advised to immediately take the 11:00 PM flight from NBO to Mombasa? I would be arriving in Mombasa at 1:00 AM. Would there even be Ubers around available to take me to my hotel / AirBnB? Would this be safe, especially as a newbie to Africa?

    I presume it's probably a safer and more advisable move to just stay in Nairobi for my first night and not board another flight immediately after my long CDG-NBO flight. I just wanted to spend time in Mombasa first to experience the mongering scene there before spending maybe 2-3 days in Nairobi before my return flight. I don't have much time on this trip, and I wanted to get exposure to Mombasa to see if it's more enjoyable than Nairobi.

    It seems like the girls are cheaper and more agreeable to pay for play in Mombasa than Nairobi. I am basing this off of interactions / basically scheduling hookups with girls off of dating apps like Tinder and Badoo. Nairobi girls are far more likely to demand higher prices and scoff at an initial offer of 4-5 K KSH, and they seem much more rude and untrustworthy. Mombasa girls have largely been fine with offers of 4-5 K KSH for a couple hours and they have been much friendlier and seem like they'd probably provide better service. Again, this is coming from a newbie, so this might prove largely untrue and to be a foolish assumption. That being said, I am aware that I am to NOT trust these girls. And I don't. It just seems to me that Mombasa girls seem a bit friendlier.

    Anyway, can I call again on the Kenyan vets here to give their thoughts on taking a midnight flight to Mombasa the same day I come from Paris? Also your thoughts on if Mombasa girls are indeed cheaper and provide better service than their Nairobi counterparts?

  11. #5292
    Quote Originally Posted by MamaGuevos  [View Original Post]
    I have posted in the Kenya section before. I have been to Kenya and Uganda many times. That is a strange question to ask, because one doesn't need to travel to Africa to know the correct therapy for a disease.
    Everyone just listen to him. I'm retiring from this site.

  12. #5291

    Have I ever been to Africa?

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Have you ever been to Africa?
    I have posted in the Kenya section before. I have been to Kenya and Uganda many times. That is a strange question to ask, because one doesn't need to travel to Africa to know the correct therapy for a disease.

  13. #5290
    Quote Originally Posted by MamaGuevos  [View Original Post]
    I know you are trying to share your experiences with malaria, but for someone who has never had malaria before, you might end up killing them. One day of P Alaxin may work for you (because you have some degree of immunity), but it is not enough for someone who has no immunity.

    Gonorrhea is almost all resistant to azithromycin these days. This is no longer a good treatment (althogh it was a decade or so ago). Malarone is a great drug. If you are an American with health isurance, it will cost you $5. 00 for the co pay. It is not for treating malaria. It is for preventing malaria. Its easy to take. Why would you have to be stupid and gullible to take malarone?
    Have you ever been to Africa?

  14. #5289

    Malaria drugs

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Sleeping pills: Bring them from home. You need a doctor's prescription and even then, they're hard to find. Sex helps me sleep.

    Prep: Ask the pharmacist (chemist) to set you up with a doctor. Hospitals give HIV medication out free.

    Malaria: I caught Malaria in Nairobi. Wherever there's mosquitoes, there's malaria. The pharmacist sells malaria medication cheap. I pay approximately KSh 300 for P Alaxin brand. Once I recognize the symptoms, I take P Alaxin and am cured in two hours. I always take only 3 of the 9 pills recommended.

    Azithromycin cures chlamydia, gonorrhea and food poisoning and much more. It's about KSh 200 for Indian mfg generic.

    If you go the chemist, get every medication for a fraction of the price you can in USA And EU and it's not 'fake'. I do all the time.

    Malarone is for the gullible inexperienced African traveler and the stupid.
    I know you are trying to share your experiences with malaria, but for someone who has never had malaria before, you might end up killing them. One day of P Alaxin may work for you (because you have some degree of immunity), but it is not enough for someone who has no immunity.

    Gonorrhea is almost all resistant to azithromycin these days. This is no longer a good treatment (althogh it was a decade or so ago). Malarone is a great drug. If you are an American with health isurance, it will cost you $5. 00 for the co pay. It is not for treating malaria. It is for preventing malaria. Its easy to take. Why would you have to be stupid and gullible to take malarone?

  15. #5288
    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    Mhmmmm.

    Co-Arinate FDC take once you have contracted malaria. Heal 48 hours. Always buy them and take them with you when you go home.
    Can you get it in Kenya for 300 - 600 KSh?

    I'm in Rwanda now, I'll check.

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