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  1. #3912

    Casablanca.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    Still open. The local imams would like to close it down but although the owners are Luo, they are close to Uhuru (President).

    The women are hardcore in Casablanca. Negotiate hard.
    Well, they are not more hardcore than the Divas from Mtwapa or Bamburi.

    Especially on the weekends it can be quite a local fun crowd too.

    Good thing is they have rooms right on the premises if you are out there for a quick fix.

  2. #3911

    Casablanca

    Still open. The local imams would like to close it down but although the owners are Luo, they are close to Uhuru (President).

    The women are hardcore in Casablanca. Negotiate hard.

  3. #3910

    Sexy

    Quote Originally Posted by Beno69  [View Original Post]
    If you have money and are not too stingy. You are allways sexy!
    As long as you are white and wave 1000 ksh notes you can be 98 years old fugly you're catered for.

    Neddy.

  4. #3909
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    Mombie and Zimzam, thanks for the replies and helpful information. Bike rentals are way more expensive in Kenya compared to Thailand. In Thailand, I can rent a bike for a month easy for $100 US dollars. Mombie, you mentioned if I feel daring try Casablanca, are you suggesting this is a club catering for locals? In Thailand, the girls always call me a sexy man. However, in reality, I am middle age and an overweight white man. Will I be just as sexy in Kenya as I am in Thailand?
    As long as your clean and tidy the girls will be there for you.

    Casablanca can be a lot of fun, the girls can be a bit wild in there if it is still like years gone by.

  5. #3908
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    ...However, in reality, I am middle age and an overweight white man. Will I be just as sexy in Kenya as I am in Thailand?...
    If you have money and are not too stingy. You are allways sexy!

  6. #3907

    Casablanca.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    Mtwapa Casarinhas gets busy after midnight, always girls in there. Also Danke on a weekend if you want to try pulling local girls with jobs.

    Naivas complex which is near Voyager you have 3 clubs, you can try these on the weekend.

    City mall just across from the Naivas complex has Lounge bar and Sheba, try these also.

    Cheers just up the road try anytime after 4 pm and there will be girls there.

    There is a strip of bars in Bamburi but I've never been myself.

    If you feel daring you could try Casablanca in town.

    Short time 2000 and long time just work up over from that.
    Are you sure that Casablanca is still open? My mate told me the owner died a couple of years back and was closed.

  7. #3906

    Thanks for the info.

    Mombie and Zimzam, thanks for the replies and helpful information. Bike rentals are way more expensive in Kenya compared to Thailand. In Thailand, I can rent a bike for a month easy for $100 US dollars. Mombie, you mentioned if I feel daring try Casablanca, are you suggesting this is a club catering for locals? In Thailand, the girls always call me a sexy man. However, in reality, I am middle age and an overweight white man. Will I be just as sexy in Kenya as I am in Thailand?

  8. #3905
    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    1. What are the clubs / bars I should be visiting for day and night mongering?

    2. What is the going rate for short-time and

    Thank you in advance.
    Mtwapa Casarinhas gets busy after midnight, always girls in there. Also Danke on a weekend if you want to try pulling local girls with jobs.

    Naivas complex which is near Voyager you have 3 clubs, you can try these on the weekend.

    City mall just across from the Naivas complex has Lounge bar and Sheba, try these also.

    Cheers just up the road try anytime after 4 pm and there will be girls there.

    There is a strip of bars in Bamburi but I've never been myself.

    If you feel daring you could try Casablanca in town.

    Short time 2000 and long time just work up over from that.

  9. #3904

    Rentals

    Quote Originally Posted by Violatedm3  [View Original Post]
    My mate said he wants to rent a motorbike, apparently, in the past, he offers a motorbike taxi driver money for the use of their bike during his stay. I would prefer tuk-tuk to rent for my stay or car, I understand the roads are dirt roads for the most part and not paved which concerns me. Is renting a tuk-tuk or a car possible? Any recommendations of where to rent one and what would be the cost for a month?
    .
    There is an elderly guy renting out off-road style motorbikes in Mtwapa, opposite the supermarket which is next to Posta, near the junction with the main road, where all the Matatus stop.

    These bikes are of varying quality, so you have to pick a good one. He is asking 1500 ksh per day (15 $) . Yes it's possible to make a deal with a boda boda driver to rent their bike, if you rent for a long time you should be able to have it for 1000 a day. I once got a good bike when I asked the people at Safari Inn and they called someone.

    There is a car rental business not far from the mall which is still called Nakumatt, though that shop is no longer open. It is opposite the gate of some kind of zoo, named Haller Park. There is a club at that same gate, used to be named Black Havana.

    They ask for 2500 a day, should be less if you rent for a longer period.

    Tuk Tuks are very uncomfortable, especially on the bad roads.

  10. #3903

    Hello Newbie here.

    I am new to the forum. I am traveling to Mombasa for the month of October with a mate who has been to Kenya many times, however, his last visit was in 2012. I have never been to Kenya I have lived in Thailand for 8 years and traveled throughout S. E. Asia and South America. We are book to stay at the Voyager Beach Resort and we have an "after hours" 2 bedroom apartment in Mwtapa. Yes, we could have traveled cheaper but I am getting older now and I certain comforts. I understand after reading some posts on this forum and speaking with my mate it's all freelancers. So I have a couple of questions and if they have been asked in the past forgive me.

    1. What are the clubs / bars I should be visiting for day and night mongering?

    2. What is the going rate for short-time and long-time?

    3. My mate said he wants to rent a motorbike, apparently, in the past, he offers a motorbike taxi driver money for the use of their bike during his stay. I would prefer tuk-tuk to rent for my stay or car, I understand the roads are dirt roads for the most part and not paved which concerns me. Is renting a tuk-tuk or a car possible? Any recommendations of where to rent one and what would be the cost for a month?

    4. Any other helpful information that you can share would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance.

  11. #3902
    Quote Originally Posted by Traveller747  [View Original Post]
    As I'm planning a trip to the Mombasa beach area I would appreciate the advise of an insider. Are there any girl friendly 4 or 5 star Hotels / resorts? Or do I really have to settle for a 3 star house in a doubtful surrounding, if I want some horizontal fun?
    4 and 5 star you would have to pay full rate and heck them in properly to get them access.

  12. #3901

    Hotels

    As I'm planning a trip to the Mombasa beach area I would appreciate the advise of an insider. Are there any girl friendly 4 or 5 star Hotels / resorts? Or do I really have to settle for a 3 star house in a doubtful surrounding, if I want some horizontal fun?

  13. #3900

    Coba Cabana Beach area

    Recently the Coba Cabana Beach area in Mtwapa at the mouth of the Creek has developed into something like the public beach (Kenyatta Beach) in Bamburi.

    At first only the Coba Cabana Beach bar was there but now dozens of makeshift bars have sprung up over the full length of the sandy beach with hundreds of chairs placed there, children's playground etc.

    Especially in the weekends the place is fully packed. Cars parked everywhere, even though the road to reach there is quite bad.

    So there is a lot of competition for the original see see bar and with the prices they charge for the food they will surely feel the competition.

    At the rocky end of the beach there is a very picturesque place now, called the "Crab's Den", partly hidden in the caves, with relaxing seats between the rocks & beautiful views over the Creek. & if you are lucky freshly caught fish at an affordable price.

  14. #3899
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    I actually picked up a freebie regular girl who had her own car.
    Do you remember what kind of car she had? (I think I know her).

  15. #3898

    Thanks.

    Thanks.

    Now there is something free in Prestige. I will stay there longer.

    When I am back (and have time) I will make a report with a comparing to Uganda / Thailand.

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