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  1. #4051

    First time in Ghana

    My I. T. Job is now remote, so taking time to get outside of the USA.

    Just arrived in Accra and will be here for a few weeks.

    Staying in Osu, but I took Roman's advice to get outside of the tourist areas. Went to Lapaz last night (Monday) and didn't see much--didn't really expect to on a Monday. From there, I headed to Vienna City. Some guy's birthday party, so it as 80/20 men to women. Then it started pouring and everyone either went home or scrambled inside to play pool and smoke hookah.

    After that I went to Calabash but there wasn't much going on. I figure it's just the day of the week.

    I'll try again tonight to see what it looks like.

    Is anyone in Accra? If so, send me a PM. Always better to explore with a wing.

  2. #4050
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    It is just this video, to stimulate my fantasy on Nima by night but honestly, I feel my scary to enter this town alone in the night without any fair direction. I frequently visit Lapaz in the night, no problem.
    I wouldn't either Roman, Nima is rough. To many other good places to go. Lapaz is good. My favorite place is Kumasi.

  3. #4049

    For TyDown

    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    I've been to Nima a couple times during the day, but haven't been there at night. I did find this video of the nightlife in Nima, pretty interesting.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gm2D6EKWtOE
    It is just this video, to stimulate my fantasy on Nima by night but honestly, I feel my scary to enter this town alone in the night without any fair direction. I frequently visit Lapaz in the night, no problem.

  4. #4048

    Nima

    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    Ty Down, thank you for the exhaustive response. I hope that others will also be able to use the information and keep the area alive. Now I'm not in Ghana but whenever I will get there I won't miss out and post.
    I have another question: I frequently go to Nima (Accra) by day, but somebody told me to be also very live by night: any suggestion?
    I've been to Nima a couple times during the day, but haven't been there at night. I did find this video of the nightlife in Nima, pretty interesting.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gm2D6EKWtOE

  5. #4047

    For Ty Down

    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    EDIT; correction, it is on Obeng By-Pass. Found this - Krofrom Total Service Station - Prime location with links to many places including Suame roundabout and Tafo, Central Market, Airport Roundabout, and Tafo Nhyiaeso. Lube bay, vulcanizing shop adjacent, washing bay behind and mart.
    Directions -
    From Suame Roundabout. go 1.5 km on Obeng By-Pass to Krofrom Total Service Station, turn right on Ohenenana K Oppong Ave. and you're there, looks like several bars and places to eat. A few places to check out is - X5 Pub, Tipsy Bar, Mekays Bar, Janet & Sons Bar, several eating places.
    Hope this helps, take some pics of the bars and restaurants please. Thanks Roman.
    Ty Down, thank you for the exhaustive response. I hope that others will also be able to use the information and keep the area alive. Now I'm not in Ghana but whenever I will get there I won't miss out and post.
    I have another question: I frequently go to Nima (Accra) by day, but somebody told me to be also very live by night: any suggestion?

  6. #4046
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know about an area in Kumasi called Krofrom where it is rumoured to be a wide night scenario? It is on Obeng By-Pass.
    EDIT; correction, it is on Obeng By-Pass. Found this - Krofrom Total Service Station - Prime location with links to many places including Suame roundabout and Tafo, Central Market, Airport Roundabout, and Tafo Nhyiaeso. Lube bay, vulcanizing shop adjacent, washing bay behind and mart.

    Directions -

    From Suame Roundabout. go 1.5 km on Obeng By-Pass to Krofrom Total Service Station, turn right on Ohenenana K Oppong Ave. and you're there, looks like several bars and places to eat. A few places to check out is - X5 Pub, Tipsy Bar, Mekays Bar, Janet & Sons Bar, several eating places.

    Hope this helps, take some pics of the bars and restaurants please. Thanks Roman.

  7. #4045

    Kumasi Info

    Does anyone know about an area in Kumasi called Krofrom where it is rumoured to be a wide night scenario? It is on Obeng By-Pass.

  8. #4044

    T-Club

    Hello guys,

    Has anyone been to T-Club (opposite la Palm Royal beach hotel) recently? I used to have a good score there. But I have a feeling things must be pretty slow in those areas cause of COVID.

  9. #4043
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDarkSmith  [View Original Post]
    Eventually, I did visit a few mongering places and I am going to share what I have seen.

    The scene in Lapaz is the most active I have been able to see, I would say 40 to 50 street walkers. There is very loud music and some girls are good looking. They ask for 70.

    There is a place in Osu, close to vida e caffe where you will find 10 to 20 of them asking for 500 cedis but they do bargain. Some are good looking.

    At Calabash, there are around 10 on this period, I think they asked me for 50.

    There is a place between Osu and Lapaz they seem to call caprice I don't know how to spell it so be careful with pronouncing it. A few also there asking for 80, those seem to have cool attitude.

    A driver took me to a place he seemed to call Jerish (again don't know the spelling) there are good looking ones here too asking for 150 to 200 but they bargain. Without going into any unnecessary discussion or analysis, those ones vave me the feeling they were sad (and a bit angry)..
    Great report. Did you use any apps like Badoo or Tinder to meet any women? For the women you brought back, what was the average price you paid per hour? Were those spots only for night time action or daytime action as well? Or was there a different spot (s) for daytime action.

    Apologies for the flood of questions, but its very exciting to get an updated report on Ghana!

  10. #4042

    For John Dark Smith and al

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDarkSmith  [View Original Post]

    Carprise.
    Maybe you mean Caprice or anyway Boomerang Club in Caprice Complex. I was there, good choice of girls. Check on Facebook their program. It is on Nsawam Road, lat lang (5. 584189, -0. 216814).

    https://www.facebook.com/Boomerang-N...ub-63382507483

    https://www.facebook.com/Boomerang-N...26339300732439

  11. #4041
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDarkSmith  [View Original Post]
    There is a place between Osu and Lapaz they seem to call caprice I don't know how to spell it so be careful with pronouncing it.
    Carprise.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDarkSmith  [View Original Post]
    A driver took me to a place he seemed to call Jerish (again don't know the spelling).
    Jerry's Pub.

    Another spot is located just on the left of Niagara hotel (when facing it), but I don't know I didn't feel it a great idea.

  12. #4040

    Accra report

    Eventually, I did visit a few mongering places and I am going to share what I have seen.

    The scene in Lapaz is the most active I have been able to see, I would say 40 to 50 street walkers. There is very loud music and some girls are good looking. They ask for 70.

    There is a place in Osu, close to vida e caffe where you will find 10 to 20 of them asking for 500 cedis but they do bargain. Some are good looking.

    At Calabash, there are around 10 on this period, I think they asked me for 50.

    There is a place between Osu and Lapaz they seem to call caprice I don't know how to spell it so be careful with pronouncing it. A few also there asking for 80, those seem to have cool attitude.

    A driver took me to a place he seemed to call Jerish (again don't know the spelling) there are good looking ones here too asking for 150 to 200 but they bargain. Without going into any unnecessary discussion or analysis, those ones vave me the feeling they were sad (and a bit angry).

    Other than that, I met a waitress in a restaurant in Osu that shared good contact and talked about seeing each other after work, I don't know where that will go, but yes, being perceived as a foreigner (I'm black, it is not obvious to them until I speak) seems to open a few doors. Had an exchange with a woman in a travel agency, another one selling sim cards, all that to say that yes, it seems there are opportunities.

    This is what I can share with you guys.

  13. #4039

    In Accra

    I'm in Accra for a few days, feel free to send me a map. I don't know if I will have something to share on the forum, but if there is some related to our activity, I will.

  14. #4038

    Afrointroductions beware

    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    I would say, it is useless. Anytime anywhere you move around in the country you have possibility to approach and to be approached by girls and ladies.

    To contact a girl previously might put you in troubles exposing you at the risk of meeting ugly girls, scammers, traps.
    Girls online have great expectations from you and have all the time to request expansive gifts, money transfers, purchases on Amazon in advance, cure and treatments for mummy, daddy and children.

    If you know a girl directly on the go in Ghana (bar, beach, street, bus, mall, market) everything remains at a lower financial level and you see what you..."buy".
    Try WeChat instead, when you are there of course, because the range is 20 km, it gives excellent results to find and to be found.
    This is perfectly stated Roman Guy. I am 100% in agreement. I found AfroIntroductions to actually be a huge source of effort (endless texts and WhatsApp messages with girls you haven't see yet as RG explains and then by the time you meet them all expectations have been enhanced and half of the girls either demanded to meet with their "elder brother" in tow or showed up with him. Gifts were repeatedly asked for and her entire family was waiting for an introduction and gifts.

    As many experienced members have mentioned before. Every girl is available in Africa, just smile, be polite, be discreet, hand out your local WhatsApp number on a piece of paper to the girl of your choice during a discreet handshake and she will know what you want and what to do. Take the relationship forward on your terms and never never agree to speak to her "elder brother" or for him to bring him along. If she needs permission from someone else to meet you just move on to the next one.

  15. #4037
    Quote Originally Posted by Jj3939  [View Original Post]
    Hi,
    Can anyone with experience advise if it's worth it?
    It looks great, but is it teeming with catfish?
    I would say, it is useless. Anytime anywhere you move around in the country you have possibility to approach and to be approached by girls and ladies.

    To contact a girl previously might put you in troubles exposing you at the risk of meeting ugly girls, scammers, traps.
    Girls online have great expectations from you and have all the time to request expansive gifts, money transfers, purchases on Amazon in advance, cure and treatments for mummy, daddy and children.

    If you know a girl directly on the go in Ghana (bar, beach, street, bus, mall, market) everything remains at a lower financial level and you see what you..."buy".
    Try WeChat instead, when you are there of course, because the range is 20 km, it gives excellent results to find and to be found.

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