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  1. #5332
    I've been meaning to post a few reports about Mombasa as I traveled there recently. A lot of folks on here helped me out and answered questions before my trip, so I thought I'd return the favor and post some updates and things. I'll post two reports, but for now, I'll add a few helpful things for fellow first time visitors.

    One question I had before visiting was about where to stay. I was torn between finding a place in Mtwapa or staying at Big Tree (or any other cheap hotel near the beach). I decided on Big Tree even though I had some concerns before my visit about the hotel and traveling back and forth from Mtwapa as I figured that's where the good clubs were. As many pointed out, the rooms at Big Tree arent great, but staying on the beach was great. I can understand why many people on here decide to go the Airbnb route in Mtwapa as there were much nicer rooms at better prices. Just a warning, I spent a night in Diani and rented a place on Airbnb from a person with only a few ratings that accepted my request to rent and then immediately messaged saying that the room wasnt available but they had a different room. Classic bait and switch, and it can be a pain in the ass to cancel with airbnb as you need to call them. This whole thing wasted a few hours of my time but I was able to cancel it.

    Finding rides from Big Tree to Mtwapa was easy enough at all hours of the night. Quite a few times, I used a matatu for only 50 ksh. It's easy to find a motorbike or tuktuk but be prepared to negotiate. During the daytime, you just tell them you want to pay 150 and they'll accept it, but during the night time or if it's raining, they triple the price and stick to it.

    If you're concerned about exchanging currency, I figured out quite a few options. Once you arrive at the airport, you can purchase a safaicom sim which allows you to use the Mpesa app. The safaricom agent will use your passport to establish your number. Mpesa is great! I wish other countries all had similar apps, especially Thailand. What makes Mpesa great is that you have a vitual wallet that everyone accepts, even the girls. If you do pay girls, keep in mind they will see your name, if that matters to you. I decided to bring a significant amount of cash with me as I didn't want to use a foreign ATM. When exchanging cash, you can easily get the market value at a local banks (Naivas in Nyali has a few nearby). I also found that there were local bora bora shops that were willing to pay above market price. I was surprised by this because they actually paid me 155 ksh per USD when the market price was onlky 150 ksh. Handling cash can be a risk, so I brought the cash to City Mall and transferred it to my Mpesa account. It's also possible to use any popular transfer app and send money to an Mpesa account which elimates the need to bring cash or use ATMs.

    Anyways, just a few tips for anyone new to Kenya. My next post I'll talk about the experiences with the girls, prices, and clubs.

  2. #5331
    Quote Originally Posted by CumALot012  [View Original Post]
    15 K / hour. LOL. I need 1 hour to find a young sexy cutie for 3 K / night.

  3. #5330
    Quote Originally Posted by CumALot012  [View Original Post]
    Why does anyone need this kind of service in Mombasa? No girl you see anywhere in Mombasa is going to turn you down for that silly money of 10-15 k an hour.

    Just go outside and find one you like.

  4. #5329
    Quote Originally Posted by CumALot012  [View Original Post]
    Nice one, definitely but the price per hour is a huge turn off for me. Just my opinion.

  5. #5328

    Anyone tried MR Babe G Diani


  6. #5327

    Not for muzungus

    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    Here in Mtwapa all the bars serve beer and alcohol from morning to night without any limitations. Goldfish Eagle's Nest Paradise. No one cares about this arrangement.
    Those are the typical bars for muzungus.

    The government doesn't care about those drinking & spending their money.

    The new rules are aimed at the locals drinking in the daytime.

  7. #5326
    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    https://www.k24tv.co.ke/news/kindiki...s-132885/quote

    https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2024...o-be-shutdown/

    They changed it to residential areas. Some bars and customers in Mtwapa have been fined.
    Terrible day today without electricity from nine in the morning until eight in the evening in Mtwapa. I had a beer at Goldfish at 2 in the afternoon. Other customers were drinking beer with me. Samantha the waitress says are jokes. In Africa nothing is as it seems.

  8. #5325
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    I stayed out until 2:30 this morning in Nairobi. I was one of the first to leave. Where was this announced?
    https://www.k24tv.co.ke/news/kindiki...s-132885/quote

    https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2024...o-be-shutdown/

    They changed it to residential areas. Some bars and customers in Mtwapa have been fined.

  9. #5324
    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    It was announced that drinking dens can open 5 pm to 11 pm weekdays and 2 pm to 11 pm weekends. Hotels no time limits.

    I am not sure if this has been adhered to as I am a non drinker / bar-pub goer. These silly ideas usually last a few weeks then revert to normal.

    We shall see.
    Here in Mtwapa all the bars serve beer and alcohol from morning to night without any limitations. Goldfish Eagle's Nest Paradise. No one cares about this arrangement.

  10. #5323

    No limits

    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    It was announced that drinking dens can open 5 pm to 11 pm weekdays and 2 pm to 11 pm weekends. Hotels no time limits.

    I am not sure if this has been adhered to as I am a non drinker / bar-pub goer. These silly ideas usually last a few weeks then revert to normal.

    We shall see.
    I stayed out until 2:30 this morning in Nairobi. I was one of the first to leave. Where was this announced?

  11. #5322
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  12. #5321
    It was announced that drinking dens can open 5 pm to 11 pm weekdays and 2 pm to 11 pm weekends. Hotels no time limits.

    I am not sure if this has been adhered to as I am a non drinker / bar-pub goer. These silly ideas usually last a few weeks then revert to normal.

    We shall see.

  13. #5320
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    I heard that in Mtwapa bars are are only allowed to start selling alcohol after 5 pm.

    In the daytime they are only allowed to sell food and soft drinks.
    I heard that too. But that was 14 years ago. When the prisons were overcrowded in a few weeks (no one could pay the fine), they gave up again. Like I said, 14 years ago.

  14. #5319

    Alcohol

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    As both the president and especially the vice-president are non drinking religious zealots there are many new anti-alcohol decisions made in Kenya, as they say they don't want to rule a nation of drunkards.

    I heard that in Mtwapa bars are are only allowed to start selling alcohol after 5 pm.

    In the daytime they are only allowed to sell food and soft drinks.

    Heavy fines are given to those who break these new rules, even for customers. 15000 for the seller and 5000 for the customer.
    Yes. That goes for bars. Regular Restaurants may serve alcohol during the whole day. Like Paradise where the minimum pensioner drunkards have their morning tusker.

    Mwalimu.

  15. #5318
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    As both the president and especially the vice-president are non drinking religious zealots there are many new anti-alcohol decisions made in Kenya, as they say they don't want to rule a nation of drunkards.

    I heard that in Mtwapa bars are are only allowed to start selling alcohol after 5 pm.

    In the daytime they are only allowed to sell food and soft drinks.

    Heavy fines are given to those who break these new rules, even for customers. 15000 for the seller and 5000 for the customer.
    I don't care about the alcohol, as long as there are no restrictions on pussy. LOL.

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