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  1. #4176

    You feel safe?

    Oiste, "SAFETY: 15 years as a permanent resident in Cuba definitely made me relax, so the question is what should I absolutely avoid doing in Accra or Ghana in general. I repeat that I don't go around at night, it's difficult, so I'm not going to get into any strange hole looking for trouble. How are the bus journeys across the country?

    So, if you feel relaxed in Cuba, why don't you shut up?

  2. #4175

    Spent a week there in Accra, with a quick jump to kumasi

    Spintex is a cool place even if a bit far from lapaz, Osu, and the rest. It was my first time going there and the first time I was seeing a red light district in Africa. Most of the girls are cool there, they have their own room and can take you there, they ask less than in Lapaz. There were numerous girls and some of them were really pretty. Kojo was also full during the week ends, like really full, only locals there.

    Ashaiman, if you ask to be taken to "two-two line" and ask for the girls, you will discover a bigger red light district but that one is really rough, I had a very alerting experience there that made me slow down a bit and come back to upper class places (without entering into details, I really thought I was going to be killed there). If you decide to go there, I recommend to be extra careful and to leave everything at your place except the money for one or two shots (and even that, they can take, so, think about it).

    All the previously place mentioned are still running (calabash, Kwame Nkuruma, carprice, lapaz also called abrantie or bighot) Niagara was a bit slow. I met a few really nice girls (even in the two-two line red light district).

    I met a girl in Accra last year, and this trip, she took me to ANC mall in east legon. You should give it a try, there is an honeysuckle and coco vanilla there, beautiful girls are out to have fun afterwork on the week end and are open to meet somebody.

    The place is a bit expensive, East Legon being what seemed to me a rich neighborhood.

    In tema, you can ask a taxi to take you to the girls in community district 7, one of the drivers was really cool and showed me around with a few explanations.

  3. #4174
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  4. #4173
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAuro  [View Original Post]
    Being a 15 year resident in Cuba and heading for Ghana! Please explain!

    ". SAFETY: 15 years as a permanent resident in Cuba definitely made me relax, so the question is what should I absolutely avoid doing in Accra or Ghana in general. I repeat that I don't go around at night, it's difficult, so I'm not going to get into any strange hole looking for trouble. How are the bus journeys across the country? . ".
    There is little to explain, Cuba has deeply tired me, living has become a Hell.

    I am a resident only because I have a daughter who I visit regularly but live there nooooooooooo!

    I like black women, better if they are curvy, and Ghana seems to me a relatively quiet country in which to live new experiences.

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  6. #4171

    Being a 15 year resident in Cuba and heading for Ghana! Please explain!

    Being a 15 year resident in Cuba and heading for Ghana! Please explain!

    ". SAFETY: 15 years as a permanent resident in Cuba definitely made me relax, so the question is what should I absolutely avoid doing in Accra or Ghana in general. I repeat that I don't go around at night, it's difficult, so I'm not going to get into any strange hole looking for trouble. How are the bus journeys across the country? . ".

  7. #4170

    Visiting Ghana

    I have a plane ticket for Thursday. I know a bit about Accra but I'm interested in any more info / contact you could PM me on the others cities (cape coast, takoradi, kumasi, tamale, sunyani, others), especially the nightlife and where the SW can be found. Yes I did read the forum.

    If somebody wants to have a drink there, just contact me here.

  8. #4169
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    Reading the reports on this forum about any countries in Asia, Africa, America, ... it seems to read the theory of parallel realities. Who pays 10, who pays 100, who pays 1000!

    I was 9 times in Ghana and never made a girl happy with 100 Dollars or Euro, never paid a hotel 50 $ but 15 Euro or something like this. The most expansive girls I met in Accra were some Nigerians, and just to avoid discussion I gave them sometimes up to 150 Ghs.

    As every place in the world, also Ghana is made of environments, situations, cases. Enter the appropriated one that fits for you, forget the rest. Your income is like mine but when in Ghana I never give up anything. I avoid the made for white people places and enjoy where blacks are going.

    Feel free to enquire for budget solutions, via PM or on this board.
    Thank you, I take advantage of your availability to ask you some questions that I cannot ask you in private (I cannot register by buying bitcoin because I do not use credit cards but only debit cards and at the moment I am not in Milan). I am almost convinced of Ghana, I really think I will go there but. I need the help of an experienced person like you seem to be. I state that I am 59 years old and I am in good shape, I have a low profile and I do not like professional prostitutes, not even clubs or discos (in the evening I go out for a beer but at 22.00 I am already in relaxation mode), I prefer GFE experiences with hunting in the street and I already have some contacts from Afrointroductions. Budget 1000/1300 euros per month maximum.

    AIR FLIGHT: I saw that Lufthansa travels from Milan via Brussels for 460 euros. Great. The problem is this absurd pandemic and tourist travel bans. Not bad, I could also spend my mornings attending an English language course at the Ace School of Languages, in this case obtaining a visa for study purposes https://aceschooloflanguages.com/eng...sion-programs/ A 1-month course costs $ 330 and only takes me 4 hours in the morning. Useful and delightful. Am I too paranoid or do you recommend another strategy? The school is in the Lapaz area and not far from Adabraka where I understand there are several decent accommodations around 150 cedis. Il Massimo would be an apartment but the costs are impossible, at least looking at sites like Airbnb.

    SAFETY: 15 years as a permanent resident in Cuba definitely made me relax, so the question is what should I absolutely avoid doing in Accra or Ghana in general. I repeat that I don't go around at night, it's difficult, so I'm not going to get into any strange hole looking for trouble. How are the bus journeys across the country?

    THE COUNTRY: after 1 month in Accra I would like to enjoy another month of sea, relax with a sunbed, umbrella and beer (and the pussy, of course). Can Cape Coast be?

    I'll stop here, I don't want to exaggerate. The fact is that I have read the whole forum and I have too much information and they send me into crisis ahahaha.

    Thanks dear.

  9. #4168
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    Unfortunately I am not in Ghana now but I usually go. When there, I lodge in Adabraka too, very strategical location.

    Have a reading of my reports of 2018,17, 16 and you will find interesting tips.

    My hotel is usually Ghasom on Adama Avenue, just opposite of Old Timers Club.

    I hope to read soon of you in this Forum, keep us posted.
    I am crazy to find this Ghasom Hotel on Adama Avenue and have not found any website of their prices.

    I have to solve the problem of subscribing to the forum (as I only use debit cards) to be able to discuss better in private.

  10. #4167
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    It is perhaps a temporary caution. I think that in the next months it should normalize. What I couldn't easy afford, is to fly, wearing a face mask for so many hours, and in the transit airport too. It means good 14 hours plus. By the way, try to PM me, maybe we can have a better communication experience in Italian.
    Hello unfortunately I would have to reach a certain number of messages or subscribe to write to you in private, I can do it thanks.

  11. #4166

    For Oiste

    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    Precisely for this! But now in the covid era there is no way to go there. Or at least I don't find it.
    It is perhaps a temporary caution. I think that in the next months it should normalize. What I couldn't easy afford, is to fly, wearing a face mask for so many hours, and in the transit airport too. It means good 14 hours plus. By the way, try to PM me, maybe we can have a better communication experience in Italian.

  12. #4165
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    I am Italian too and in the pre-Covid era, never ned a trick to receive a visa. The only trick was a fake hotel reservation, easy to get from bookings or tripadvisor. For the rest the embassy was very friendly, unlikely the Nigerian one.
    Precisely for this! But now in the covid era there is no way to go there. Or at least I don't find it.

  13. #4164

    For Oiste

    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Roman Guy, I'm Italian and as you know I have to find the trick to go to Ghana. Now I start to inquire about the visa, opening borders, etc.
    I am Italian too and in the pre-Covid era, never ned a trick to receive a visa. The only trick was a fake hotel reservation, easy to get from bookings or tripadvisor. For the rest the embassy was very friendly, unlikely the Nigerian one.

  14. #4163
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    Reading the reports on this forum about any countries in Asia, Africa, America, ... it seems to read the theory of parallel realities. Who pays 10, who pays 100, who pays 1000!

    I was 9 times in Ghana and never made a girl happy with 100 Dollars or Euro, never paid a hotel 50 $ but 15 Euro or something like this. The most expansive girls I met in Accra were some Nigerians, and just to avoid discussion I gave them sometimes up to 150 Ghs.

    As every place in the world, also Ghana is made of environments, situations, cases. Enter the appropriated one that fits for you, forget the rest. Your income is like mine but when in Ghana I never give up anything. I avoid the made for white people places and enjoy where blacks are going.

    Feel free to enquire for budget solutions, via PM or on this board.
    Thanks Roman Guy, I'm Italian and as you know I have to find the trick to go to Ghana. Now I start to inquire about the visa, opening borders, etc.

  15. #4162

    For Oiste & al

    Quote Originally Posted by Oiste  [View Original Post]
    I had been fantasizing about Ghana for some time but after reading the whole forum I realized that it is not for me. Hotel minimum 50 dollars a night, women 100 dollars a shot mhmmm. For me who live on 1000 euros a month is difficult and very expensive. It is true that I hate clubs and discos and I prefer to spend the day on the beach, and that I prefer to pick up girls on the street or in the markets (in short, I don't like professional working girls), but it is really complicated for me that I would have liked to spend there a couple of months. Sin!
    Reading the reports on this forum about any countries in Asia, Africa, America, ... it seems to read the theory of parallel realities. Who pays 10, who pays 100, who pays 1000!

    I was 9 times in Ghana and never made a girl happy with 100 Dollars or Euro, never paid a hotel 50 $ but 15 Euro or something like this. The most expansive girls I met in Accra were some Nigerians, and just to avoid discussion I gave them sometimes up to 150 Ghs.

    As every place in the world, also Ghana is made of environments, situations, cases. Enter the appropriated one that fits for you, forget the rest. Your income is like mine but when in Ghana I never give up anything. I avoid the made for white people places and enjoy where blacks are going.

    Feel free to enquire for budget solutions, via PM or on this board.

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