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  1. #819

    Jankeh & Kumba

    Jankeh was an absolute gem, really enthusiastic & willing to please and be pleased. Kumba, dead fish, only there for the money, no BJ, etc.
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  2. #818
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Sell off your property while you can. I heard that the president is in cahoots with Indian Land developers selling overpriced Land. You should make a handsome profit. All overseas gambians want to buy land. You're an african I am not worried about you. But if I were you I'd sell and leave while you can.
    I am not sure if the Dalasi will fall that far. The foreign currency market is rigged as you know...
    I am not coming back. LOL. Although I still have a car there. I might go to Bissau.
    Neddy.
    Absolutely. I am finished with Sex prison. If I could I'd never return to Europe. period.
    Got you. You say leave because there's better out there (Clearly there is based on your Tanzanian report) or because you see it going to shits even more in the near future?

  3. #817
    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenGap  [View Original Post]
    For some reason they look ready to have a poop.
    Coincidentally I got the one on the left to do a pee, LOL. Didn't go as far as #2 but I don't think either would have objected. Oh, romance.

  4. #816

    Is it just me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hungambia  [View Original Post]
    Good old days in TG.
    For some reason they look ready to have a poop.

  5. #815
    Quote Originally Posted by Hungambia  [View Original Post]
    Great insights! I'm "stuck" here with a couple of houses and lands. I have a home in Europe so I can run if need be, but I feel safer in Africa at the moment than anywhere in the Western world. I feel storm is coming, to use a quote from T2. Since I've been here nearly 10 years I'm more or less well aware of the local pitfalls, and I'm not married to a local, nor do I run an official business here. Yes it's sad to see scores of toubabs sucked totally dry, not knowing that the trusted taxi driver that the girlfriend recommended is the boyfriend, or the "cousin" and her kids at the compound is actually Lamin's real wife and kids. I mainly pick village girls, hitchhiking on the road. They are happy with a few hundred dalasis and a lot of promises, I drop them after a few weeks. They are keen to earn too, lately I've noticed a pleasant trend of many chicas licking at $$ when they go down on me, there's progress! Where do you see the Dalasi going? I believe it will hit close to 80 against the soon. If you ever come back here how can I get in touch with you?
    Sell off your property while you can. I heard that the president is in cahoots with Indian Land developers selling overpriced Land. You should make a handsome profit. All overseas gambians want to buy land. You're an african I am not worried about you. But if I were you I'd sell and leave while you can.
    I am not sure if the Dalasi will fall that far. The foreign currency market is rigged as you know...
    I am not coming back. LOL. Although I still have a car there. I might go to Bissau.
    Neddy.
    Absolutely. I am finished with Sex prison. If I could I'd never return to Europe. period.

  6. #814
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    If the horse is dead. You have to dismount. Unfortunately a lot of expats I know are either unwilling or unable to move to another african country. Countries which used to be good can become shitty or outright dangerous overnight. Never become entrechend or delusional in an African country. If you bought a house or business or even committed the greatest stupidity of all getting married then you're fucked. All your assets can go within the blink of an eye.

    A new president can change the rules. Racial politics directed against foreigners or white people in particular. Read history. To put it short. Be prepared to move. And yes as unpleasant as it sounds I have met people in their 80's lost everything and are now near destitute.

    Countries going down: Kenya too expensive and too corrupt.

    Gambia. Tourism is all but dead.

    Rwanda. This is not what its portrayed to be. Total police state. Can go down the drain again and most likely will.

    South Africa: In a nutshell. Fucked.

    Countries stable or on the rise:

    Tanzania. While not a democracy stable and predictable policy. Dirt cheap. Little hassle with the law. In short. Relaxed..
    Great insights! I'm "stuck" here with a couple of houses and lands. I have a home in Europe so I can run if need be, but I feel safer in Africa at the moment than anywhere in the Western world. I feel storm is coming, to use a quote from T2. Since I've been here nearly 10 years I'm more or less well aware of the local pitfalls, and I'm not married to a local, nor do I run an official business here. Yes it's sad to see scores of toubabs sucked totally dry, not knowing that the trusted taxi driver that the girlfriend recommended is the boyfriend, or the "cousin" and her kids at the compound is actually Lamin's real wife and kids. I mainly pick village girls, hitchhiking on the road. They are happy with a few hundred dalasis and a lot of promises, I drop them after a few weeks. They are keen to earn too, lately I've noticed a pleasant trend of many chicas licking at $$ when they go down on me, there's progress! Where do you see the Dalasi going? I believe it will hit close to 80 against the soon. If you ever come back here how can I get in touch with you?

  7. #813

    Moving

    Quote Originally Posted by Hungambia  [View Original Post]
    Good old days in TG.
    If the horse is dead. You have to dismount. Unfortunately a lot of expats I know are either unwilling or unable to move to another african country. Countries which used to be good can become shitty or outright dangerous overnight. Never become entrechend or delusional in an African country. If you bought a house or business or even committed the greatest stupidity of all getting married then you're fucked. All your assets can go within the blink of an eye.

    A new president can change the rules. Racial politics directed against foreigners or white people in particular. Read history. To put it short. Be prepared to move. And yes as unpleasant as it sounds I have met people in their 80's lost everything and are now near destitute.

    Countries going down: Kenya too expensive and too corrupt.

    Gambia. Tourism is all but dead.

    Rwanda. This is not what its portrayed to be. Total police state. Can go down the drain again and most likely will.

    South Africa: In a nutshell. Fucked.

    Countries stable or on the rise:

    Tanzania. While not a democracy stable and predictable policy. Dirt cheap. Little hassle with the law. In short. Relaxed.

    Uganda: The pearl is still the pearl. Dirt cheap. Perfect climate. Sweet pussy. Only political big question mark. The current president is old. Nobody knows what's going to happen if he passes away. Coups political unrest a real possibility.

    Madagascar: All the same. Nothing changes for the better. LOL.

    Senegal. politically very stable. learn French. a little overvalued currency. Currently too expensive fur my taste. CFA is waiting to be devalued for a long time versus the Euro

    Up and coming:

    Nigeria and Angola. Big time currency devaluation. Sweet pussy.

    Sierra Leone: one of the most peaceful countries. Currency's absolutely worthless.

    I could go on and on.

    Thats my view of things.

    Neddy.

  8. #812

    Gambia.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hungambia  [View Original Post]
    I know, unfortunately I'm not as mobile as you are. To be honest D35 for a bottle of beer was a bit cheap, but I agree, the country is f'd up. I do get pussy for D2 / 300 though, not the usual 800/1000. I'll be stuck here for a while, so I just have to roll with the punches. I do envy you, and your freedom. Fula girls as you know put out good and it is cheap. Question for you: Based on your experience, is the "Gambian stupidity" unique to Gambia or is it more of a general thing? You know the way they do things here.
    Thats unique to the Gambia. Their sense of entitlement is unbelievable. My mate is still there. He finds it very hard to get girls at the rate of like 500 dal. And very unreliable. They either have "menstrual bleeding" or are "virgins". They have all their gambian BFs. They want to collect from Toubab without giving anything in return.

    But if you want shag them. See above. But he's into slim chics. The foreigner girls are just a rip off. Even for 1000. They want 2000.3000. Total Rip Off. I came to Gambia in 2016. The last Jammeh years. But the last couple of years the rip off got worse. In the good old day you found a quiet sister for 500. These days are over.

    Go to Guinea Bissau. Much better there.

    I still have a residence permit there until 2023. LOL.

    Neddy.

  9. #811

    Mariama and. I can't remember the second one's name.

    Good old days in TG.
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  10. #810

    Short report

    I was Nov. / Dec. For a couple of weeks in Gambia and Senegal. The visa rules ve.

    Changed for peoples from most countrys is now visa on arrivel. They just take fingerprint.

    And eyscann. The airport is a construction site. The entry, receipt of the stamp is very quick, also.

    If you leave the country The baggage is still X-rayed in front of the exit.

    From November 1, a new law should come into force that prohibits smoking in restaurants or in front of them.

    The first days in November no club / restaurants allowed the guest for smoking,10 days later we could smoke.

    Nearly in every clu or bar.

    The club operators also complain that many English tourists fail to arrive, whether it is due to the Thomas Cook bankruptcy or whatever I cannot answer.

    Some girls get megalomania and charge prices of 3000 - 4000 Dalasi for LT, but I never paid more then.

    1200 Dal. The girls at the strip are not really pretty, some pros or semi re always around Britannia and Time inn.

    I forgot this places better is you go Sundays or afternoon / evening to poco loco or palma rima beach. For me the strip is.

    Going down, Wow is closed.

    The GTA only wants to see more tourists on the strip (you can see many older pensioner couples in the evening), after midnight the strip has died out.

    The tourism police have to pay more attention to the fact that prostitutes cannot enter this part. The only positive thing is that the police regularly bring the bumsters away from the strip with jeeps.

    The good times for us in Gambia are unfortunately over.

    Gambia is changing but what ll be the result?

  11. #809
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    The only girl friendly place I recommend is and was Easy Time lodge...

    Neddy.
    I don't necessarily recommend it but there is also Seabreeze. Good location nearby the action and a good enough restaurant serving main dishes from 300 dal (5 ) upwards. I don't like the rooms though. I know some think accommodation isn't important as it is 'only to monger' but I like to feel I'm on holiday. I asked the receptionist to show me a room. The television was missing and it was just one big slab of concrete with small miserable windows. Looked more like a prison cell from 'Escape from Alcatraz' than a holiday resort.

  12. #808
    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    There are no package holiday hotels that are girl friendly. You'll pay more to bring a girl back to your hotel than you will be paying her for her services. That is perverse. Get yourself a private place through airbnb or similar or you could try Kasumai beach resort. They have a private lawn with a mini swimming pool facing the sea. It's about a 10 minute walk from the action. Last time I was there, there where loads of European women making out with Gambian loverboys which makes me suspect they are not too difficult concerning visitors. But check with the management in advance if they are going to charge you or not.

    I recently read about a place called oasis apartment complex. They are right next to the football field about 300 meters from 'the strip'. They charge 20 euro / day if you take it for a month. That's not too bad from a tourist point of view considering the location and what you get.
    Yes Oasis is my place to stay secure, ID Card check and not to expensive next to the strip. Good rates for longtime stay, just electric you've to pay extra. Pool is okay.

    Go back there son.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I'm looking at spending a month in Gambia next year. I generally prefer the West African thicker / bigger boobs and ass body type to East, and thought I'd try somewhere other than Ghana, which is becoming a bit pricy. However, my free month is May, which I've just discovered coincides with Ramadan. There doesn't seem to be much on the board about this topic. Does anyone have experience of Ramadan in Gambia? Does everything carry on as normal or are there restrictions in nightclubs (no music / alcohol), girls not wanting to put out, a generally dim view taken toward mongers?

    In addition, as we're on the Muslim topic, approximately what proportion of the girls you find in Senegambia (if I go I'll be staying on the strip, probably either Easytime Lodge or Oasis apartments) have suffered FGM?

    Many thanks for any info.
    Forget about Ramadan I was there last year in may boring time. You find some gals but just waste of time. You get alcohol, clubs re open but I would do this never.

    Again. Lot of gals go home cause their " job in an hotel" is fiished.

  13. #807

    Forget it

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I'm looking at spending a month in Gambia next year. I generally prefer the West African thicker / bigger boobs and ass body type to East, and thought I'd try somewhere other than Ghana, which is becoming a bit pricy. However, my free month is May, which I've just discovered coincides with Ramadan. There doesn't seem to be much on the board about this topic. Does anyone have experience of Ramadan in Gambia? Does everything carry on as normal or are there restrictions in nightclubs (no music / alcohol), girls not wanting to put out, a generally dim view taken toward mongers?

    In addition, as we're on the Muslim topic, approximately what proportion of the girls you find in Senegambia (if I go I'll be staying on the strip, probably either Easytime Lodge or Oasis apartments) have suffered FGM?

    Many thanks for any info.
    FGM? 90%. Forget going in Ramadan. Dead as a dodo. Try to find some of the 5% Christians. Better you fly to Sierra Leone. Or Saly in Senegal. But avoid Ramadan. Waste of time. But my fav thick booty country is Nigeria.

    Neddy.

  14. #806

    Ramadan

    Hello all,

    I'm looking at spending a month in Gambia next year. I generally prefer the West African thicker / bigger boobs and ass body type to East, and thought I'd try somewhere other than Ghana, which is becoming a bit pricy. However, my free month is May, which I've just discovered coincides with Ramadan. There doesn't seem to be much on the board about this topic. Does anyone have experience of Ramadan in Gambia? Does everything carry on as normal or are there restrictions in nightclubs (no music / alcohol), girls not wanting to put out, a generally dim view taken toward mongers?

    In addition, as we're on the Muslim topic, approximately what proportion of the girls you find in Senegambia (if I go I'll be staying on the strip, probably either Easytime Lodge or Oasis apartments) have suffered FGM?

    Many thanks for any info.

  15. #805

    Forget Gambia

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesXFisher  [View Original Post]
    So I have now booked my flights to Banjul and will be in The Gambia for 7 nights in mid-November.

    I have found a couple of options, as follows:

    * Sunu hotel (EX-SARGES hotel) - about 400 for 7 nights.

    * Mansea Beach Hotel and Resort. About 430 for 7 nights.

    I don't mind cheap and cheerful, but I do need A/C and WiFi! I want to stay where the action is and don't mind noise.

    Do you guys have any experience of the above, or other recommendations?

    Any experience with AirBnb?

    Thanks in advance!
    Forget TG. Its finished. Girls in the known take out joints like Britannia or Time Inn ask now for 2000 dal. The only girl friendly place I recommend is and was Easy Time lodge. For female Sex tourists its different because they book in one gambian BF and of course pay for double occupancy. Most beach hotels will not accept a "guest. Maybe you can sneak them in during day time. Shag in the afternoon and be done at night fall. I would avoid any hotel packages. You can eventually get some SWs around Senegambia. There is usually some girls in the afternoon at Poco Loco. I would stick with Sierra Leone girls but expect to pay between 1000 and 2000 dal nowadays. Go to tagged and build a line up. much better.

    Neddy.

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