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  1. #3798

    Land

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Due to the ever increasing erosion of the buildings of Big Tree, caused by the waves of the Ocean they have now re-arranged the premises. The elevated terrace has been closed and most people are now seated in the sand under the trees. The wall on that side has been removed, so it is more open now.

    I heard some rumours (just rumours!) about an ongoing court case concerning the legal ownership of that place.
    As far as I know most Land belongs to the Uhuruto Clans. Big Tree was owned by an Italian who died a couple of years ago. Of course the land is always leased. I think his son took over. The land is extremely valuable. Same as Pirates. Sooner or later these places will disappear and will be razed to the ground and replaced by luxury apartments.

    Neddy.
    Look at what happened to Simmers. There's people trying to take the land off you by creating court cases. Ruto gobbled up the Simmers Land. They just kill you by drawn out expensive court cases. Eventually you ll drop out when you spend all your money. The one with the deeper pocket takes over.

  2. #3797

    Big Tree changes

    Due to the ever increasing erosion of the buildings of Big Tree, caused by the waves of the Ocean they have now re-arranged the premises. The elevated terrace has been closed and most people are now seated in the sand under the trees. The wall on that side has been removed, so it is more open now.

    I heard some rumours (just rumours!) about an ongoing court case concerning the legal ownership of that place.
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  3. #3796

    Danga Lounge and Bamburi town

    This information is half year old now, situation may have changed.

    When you go a kilometer or two from Mwtapa town to direction of Malindi, you get to big petrol station, where is also Danga Lounge upstairs.

    This Danga Lounge was kind of center of the Mwtapa night life, often better than Casourina. Although building is in service station, it is upscale place. Usually I checked both Casourina and Danga Lounge when I visited in Mwtapa town, it is worth of visiting if Casourina has boring night.

    At the backyard of the building there is big terasse, could have action in daytime and earlier in the evening, I have never checked.

    Danga Lounge had lot of local people in groups, but usually some girl also looking for customer. I was there always with one girl, so I could not try to get those working girls. But this is like Nyali places, you can't go directly to try negotiate the prize, you can't be sure that girl is there for work, like in Casourina.

    Danga is so near to Mwtapa that you can take a mototaxi, if you dare.

    Bamburi town or community, there are two big bars next to each others, very crowded at weekends, lively during week also. Was it Samba bar other one?, other name I don't remember, local people know them, they are famous. I had designated taxi with me usually, waiting for me. But I remember taking moto taxi from there to Sheba once. Better not to go to walk in neighborhood, actually I only went to these two bars, and then left. Note, do not confuse Bamburi town and Bamburi beach. Bamburi beach / North Beach is a place where tourists spend daytime, and where hotels are. Bamburi town is big community, normally no reason to go there, just like Shanzy.

    In Citymall and Naivas, there are lot of people in Naivas shopping centre clubs, Anuba, Tabas and Hypnotic. But usually there were group of people together, not pair of girls. Sheba lounge in top of City mall was more of place where working girls were. It was very silent half a year ago, but I have heard that it is renovated now, and popular again. That used to be place where girls were looking for business.

    In ancient times, it was so easy in Mombasa region at nights, just go to Casourina, no need to go anywhere else. With the unfortunate decline of the Casourina, I don't have any favourite place to go there anymore. Easiest way was to take girl from Big Tree or from Cheers in afternoon or early evening.

    Sometimes I tried to call some girl to come to see me, but it is guaranteed that they are late for four hours or more, or don't come at all.

  4. #3795

    Advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    I am a Brit and have lived in Mombasa and Nairobi on and off over the last 15 years, this post is all you need to know about Mombasa, 100%.
    I was not staying 15 j in Mombasa. If you not make appointment about sex price in Kenya. You can have super big troubles. One time I was giving 2 k for less than 1 h (no appointment before) end the girls try to make end all was in my room. End the one of room must pay all. The police can come to your end arrest you end not the girl.

  5. #3794

    Bamburi.

    In Saturday you can go to Yul's restaurant on the beach, other days on the evening in City Mall, Sheba, Akuba, Hipnotic (shisha).

    Use tinder! There is a lot of girls.

    Go to bar, Supermarket, restaurants and smile to girls, take WhatsApp and would be OK.

    Do not pay for sex, give them some money for taxi, pay for dinner, drink that's all.

    Best Mikeiw.

    Quote Originally Posted by Poppeye23  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    In two weeks, I will go to Momabasa, Bamuri Beach. It will be my first visit in Kenya.

    Does anybody have some recommendation where I can go to in the evening or night? I want to know, on witch day I should go to witch pub, bar or disco. I want to avoid to travel from one empty club to the other.

    Can somebody help?

  6. #3793

    Moonshine club

    The Moonshine club is on the grounds of the Reef Hotel in Nyali, not far from Naivas.

    Right at the beach. They have theme-nights like reggae nights and nights with live bands. As you indeed walk over the hotel grounds to the club I am wondering if you could smuggle a girl into your room if you happen to stay in the Reef Hotel. They used to have a very strict policy of not allowing visitors in your room. You had to report to the security & the girl was treated almost like a criminal.

  7. #3792

    Sarova

    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    I haven't been there for some time now. But in my experience, when Safari Inn has live band nights, whole Cheers crowd is there, and Cheers is empty. In Safari Inn, all the girls (including Cheers girls), tell you that they are there first time, and they are students or waitresses in some other restaurants. Well, they tell you same in Cheers also, if they see you there first time.

    By the way, is Moonshine still active, that is not mentioned here so much. Very nice place to go, especially with the girl, especially if they have some action in the beach. Or was it Moonlight?

    It is one bar in this very big hotel in Nyali beach, you need to walk through whole hotel to get to that beach bar. Some girls were there sometimes looking for musungu customers.
    I think you mean Sarova Whitesands. Very nice there. I took a 18 year old Kamba Cappuccino there for Salsa Lessons. Oh. Sweet memories. She s in France now.

    Neddy.

  8. #3791

    Hunting venues in Mombasa / North coast

    Quote Originally Posted by Poppeye23  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    In two weeks, I will go to Momabasa, Bamuri Beach. It will be my first visit in Kenya.

    Does anybody have some recommendation where I can go to in the evening or night? I want to know, on witch day I should go to witch pub, bar or disco. I want to avoid to travel from one empty club to the other.

    Can somebody help?
    Ok. Greater Mombasa area breaks down in four hunting districts. Mombasa Island proper. Nyali. Bamburi / Shanzu. And lastly Mtwapa actually belonging already to Kilifi County.

    Mombasa Island.

    Clubs. Casablanca 2 floors full of chicas.

    Florida near the port. DO NOT move on foot at night. Strictly uber / taxi. There is more drinking dens in the area. But only for the brave hearted. Somewhere there is a disco with poor students in need of financial support. Ask. Expect higher prices there 2 to 3 k ksh. Plus transport.

    Nyali.

    Upscale playground for the rich and famous.

    Daytime. City Mall. Cafesserie.

    Nyali Centre. Naivas. Java Coffee House.

    Night. Sheba. Anuba Lounge. Bobs Bar. 2 k and up depending on you negotiating skills and your looks.

    Bamburi / Shanzu.

    Beach playground. Lower class hookers. Sit at Big Tree during low tide or evening BEFORE sunset. Pirates.Cheers.
    Shanzu. Yuls. Safari Inn.
    Tipp for the bravehearted. Go during morning to Bamburi town or Bombolulu. Never at night. Don't run around with a big camera playing tourist. Blend in.

    Lastly my favourite.

    Mtwapa.

    Dayhunting sit on the main drag between posta and Luck Apartments. Wellfit German bakery highly recommend. Youll see chicas with high heels already in the morning. Its malaya (hooker) central. Walk around main road. Big tuskys. Have a Tusker at La Marina Beach in the afternoon.

    Nighttime.

    Casuarina. Naiz. Banhof. Kendas.

    Avoid venturing late night into the slum area on the other side of Malindi Mombasa road. Bandit country.

    Enjoy.

    Neddy.

  9. #3790

    Non resident rates

    Quote Originally Posted by Bond69X  [View Original Post]
    Unfortunately, it is my only opening (end of year).

    I know I will be over paying the accommodating, but I guess there will be a full load of chicas arriving to make some money.
    Another important point to note. Classified Kenyan Hotels operate at a so called non-resident rate which is always quoted in foreign currency and is considerably higher than the so called resident rate which is quoted in Kenyan shillings. I never pay the higher non-resident rate which is always quoted on online booking platform sites. That's why it pays not to pre-book. You overpay big time. This system was introduced to bring in foreign currency while enabling the residents to avail themselves to the lower ksh tates.

    What you do is this. Show up at the front desk. Say Jambo. Habari gani and ask for the resident rate. If they ask you for your residence in Kenya tell them a fictitious PO Box adress in Nairobi. Voila. If you play by the book you're going to be ripped off BIG time. Nobody gives a rats ass if you're actually resident or not.

    Neddy.

  10. #3789
    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    Nightlife is only busy Fri. / sat, yhe other nights can be very quiet now.

    Check out Cheers and Safari inn on the nights of the live bands as you will get people out for that, plenty bar flies looking for men.
    I haven't been there for some time now. But in my experience, when Safari Inn has live band nights, whole Cheers crowd is there, and Cheers is empty. In Safari Inn, all the girls (including Cheers girls), tell you that they are there first time, and they are students or waitresses in some other restaurants. Well, they tell you same in Cheers also, if they see you there first time.

    By the way, is Moonshine still active, that is not mentioned here so much. Very nice place to go, especially with the girl, especially if they have some action in the beach. Or was it Moonlight?

    It is one bar in this very big hotel in Nyali beach, you need to walk through whole hotel to get to that beach bar. Some girls were there sometimes looking for musungu customers.

  11. #3788
    Quote Originally Posted by Poppeye23  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    In two weeks, I will go to Momabasa, Bamuri Beach. It will be my first visit in Kenya.

    Does anybody have some recommendation where I can go to in the evening or night? I want to know, on witch day I should go to witch pub, bar or disco. I want to avoid to travel from one empty club to the other.

    Can somebody help?
    Nightlife is only busy Fri. / sat, yhe other nights can be very quiet now.

    Check out Cheers and Safari inn on the nights of the live bands as you will get people out for that, plenty bar flies looking for men.

  12. #3787
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Guys. Forget about going to clubs in Africa. You can score with ANY girl be it in the matatu, ask your hairdresser, your pedicure, the girl at the supermarket cashier's desk the girls shopping at african markets. Smile at her if she smiles back. Say Jambo. Nini namba yako? What is your telephone number? Fix date. Take her for a soda. After ask her to listen to some music in the room. Do NOT talk about sex or money. Shag her. Depending on circumstances she ll spend the night or not. Do never force the issue. When she is dressed and about to leave give her some folded ksh Banknotes between 1000 and 1500 ksh in her hand. Say that's her taxi money.

    You're done.

    Clubs. Yes you can use them. BUT. Some caveats..
    I am a Brit and have lived in Mombasa and Nairobi on and off over the last 15 years, this post is all you need to know about Mombasa, 100%.

  13. #3786
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Guys. Forget about going to clubs in Africa. You can score with ANY girl be it in the matatu, ask your hairdresser, your pedicure, the girl at the supermarket cashier's desk the girls shopping at african markets. Smile at her if she smiles back. Say Jambo. Nini namba yako? What is your telephone number? Fix date. Take her for a soda. After ask her to listen to some music in the room. Do NOT talk about sex or money. Shag her. Depending on circumstances she ll spend the night or not. Do never force the issue. When she is dressed and about to leave give her some folded ksh Banknotes between 1000 and 1500 ksh in her hand. Say that's her taxi money.

    You're done.

    Clubs. Yes you can use them. BUT. Some caveats..
    This advice is pure gold worked 90% of the time for me, the rest 10% of the time I didn't follow up.

  14. #3785

    Naivas

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeiw  [View Original Post]
    Hello guys,

    I'm in Mombasa. Bamburi now. In Saturday I was interested Yul's and City mall club (3 floor). It was perfect, a lot of smiling girls wanted to meet and spend time. But in Monday in clubs was empty. Could you help me where to go in other days in the evening or during day?
    Go to the big Naivas in Nyali during the day. Hot chicas do their shopping. Sit at the self service restaurant and observe. Smile if you see some sweet chica shopping. Say she looks sweet and you like to meet her later on. Take number. Shag. Done.

    Jambo.

    Neddy.

  15. #3784

    Tipps for Africa Newbies

    Guys. Forget about going to clubs in Africa. You can score with ANY girl be it in the matatu, ask your hairdresser, your pedicure, the girl at the supermarket cashier's desk the girls shopping at african markets. Smile at her if she smiles back. Say Jambo. Nini namba yako? What is your telephone number? Fix date. Take her for a soda. After ask her to listen to some music in the room. Do NOT talk about sex or money. Shag her. Depending on circumstances she ll spend the night or not. Do never force the issue. When she is dressed and about to leave give her some folded ksh Banknotes between 1000 and 1500 ksh in her hand. Say that's her taxi money.

    You're done.

    Clubs. Yes you can use them. BUT. Some caveats.

    Never take a chica which approaches you. Drinks excessively or smokes. You call for trouble big time. Look out for simple dressed chicas. Or chics who nurse on their soft drinks. Approach them. No need to be shy. Its Africa! If you heed to my advice you going to live in perpetual paradise. Don't expect to get a list from senior members go there do that. You have to get in hunting mode. I hardly go to clubs. I found Cheers or Safari Inn waste of time. 90% expired hardcores plying their sagging boobs there and hoping for the one or other linen white package tourist
    dropped by Condor or Thomson Holidays waiting to be ripped off. I walk in day or early evening in Mtwapa smile say jambo. Done. Clubs I rarely take something. Casuarina. Banhof. Do your homework. Read the posts.

    Lock everything up. Do not deposit anything at the hotel Safe. Don't get senselessly drunk.

    Jambo Kenya.

    Neddy.

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