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  1. #3940
    Quote Originally Posted by DickabodCrane  [View Original Post]
    1st Mistake: Kwame and Kofi are all first names there's no Ghanaian who would be called Kwame Kofi at the same time.

    2nd Mistake: Harper Road is in the business district. Hence No. 4 would most probably be a Bank, because Harper Road has only Banks, insurance companies, law firms etc.

    Therefore even if the staff at the Embassy don't usually check the references this one would rouse some suspicion at first glance.

    If you're going to make up a reference use Western first names such as Peter, John, Charles etc then any Ghanaian name as a last name. That will be convincing enough. Look up any of the upscale neighborhoods in Accra and Kumasi and use those addresses. It would be more believable for someone who lives in a gated community in Accra to be expecting a visitor from the US or UK thus there wouldn't be any need to verify it.

    Hope this helps.
    Yeah I was just giving the guy an example, trying to help out. And "No. 4" Harper Road, Kumasi is the address of Vienna City aka "Roses Guest House", one of my favorite places in Kumasi. Harper Road in Kumasi also has some very nice hotels.

    Cheers!

  2. #3939
    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    I just made one up. The Ghanaian's down at the embassy are worried about one thing, and one thing only, collecting your Visa fees.

    As an example, I think I put something like this;.

    - "Kwame Kofi, No 4 Harper Road, Kumasi, Ghana Ph. # +233 3xxxx577.

    Good luck and have fun.
    1st Mistake: Kwame and Kofi are all first names there's no Ghanaian who would be called Kwame Kofi at the same time.

    2nd Mistake: Harper Road is in the business district. Hence No. 4 would most probably be a Bank, because Harper Road has only Banks, insurance companies, law firms etc.

    Therefore even if the staff at the Embassy don't usually check the references this one would rouse some suspicion at first glance.

    If you're going to make up a reference use Western first names such as Peter, John, Charles etc then any Ghanaian name as a last name. That will be convincing enough. Look up any of the upscale neighborhoods in Accra and Kumasi and use those addresses. It would be more believable for someone who lives in a gated community in Accra to be expecting a visitor from the US or UK thus there wouldn't be any need to verify it.

    Hope this helps.

  3. #3938

    Sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by DelBosque  [View Original Post]
    Back from Ghana sinds a few weeks, here is my report.

    ACCRA.

    Nkrumah Circle. Plenty of SW after 7 PM along Nkrumah street ans the streets around, also behind the Niagara Hotel, 400 to 500 CD ...
    Sorry, Sorry, mistake. The rate was 40 to 50 CD!

  4. #3937

    I'm back

    Mainly stayed in Accra left for 2 days to Nkawkaw and suhum to see family. Lapaz, kum hotel is all you need. The women are all over the place. No need to go far.

  5. #3936
    [Deleted by Admin]

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This report was deleted because it contributed nothing of value and in fact constituted a complete waste of bandwidth.

    The purpose of this Forum is to provide for the exchange if information between men on the subject of finding women for sex. Let's stick to the subject.

  6. #3935
    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreek  [View Original Post]
    Any suggestions please for cheap hotel (less than 100 cedis) in Kumasi? Ideally clean and in the center? I don't care for flat screen TV.

    Also, if you could share any contacts, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Millions of thanks.
    Best place place in Kumasi for the money is Vienna City hands down. Known as "Roses Guest House", it is a motel / hotel, restaurant, pool hall, casino, dance club all combined into one great place. They have the best damn food in Kumasi.

    Not to be confused with "Vienna City" in Accra.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHBq0bArSdI

    https://www.agoda.com/roses-guest-ho....html?cid=-218

  7. #3934

    No, I'm not wrong!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreek  [View Original Post]
    I have been in Ghana 6-7 times before I moved here. They did check my references two of these times. If they catch you lying, you loose both visa and visa application fees and you get black listed.

    Simpler is to book a 2nd hotel and then cancel that second reservation. Just because they are Africans, they are not stupid!

    Thanks.
    I've been to Ghana 9 times now and have spent over a year in the country. They have never checked the contacts on my visa application.

    With that said, it is entirely possible that they could, but the chances of that are very small indeed. I always had at least one legit contact, if the Ghanaians did check both and discovered that one of the contacts was not legit, I sincerely doubt if they would "Black list" you. The Ghanaians are very reasonable when it comes to tourist visa's. And you're correct, they are not stupid.

    I love traveling to Ghana, most of my friends here in the States just don't get it, but I love the wild west feel of the place and believe it or not, I love the food and Music! Here's a compilation video of some of my travels to Ghana - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAaOYjHb9K0&t=3s.

    Cheers!

  8. #3933
    Quote Originally Posted by DelBosque  [View Original Post]
    Back from Ghana sinds a few weeks, here is my report.

    ACCRA.

    Nkrumah Circle. Plenty of SW after 7 PM along Nkrumah street ans the streets around, also behind the Niagara Hotel, 400 to 500 CD, sometimes they stay for the night for the same price, I was never dispointed. The close Vienna City was mostley empty.

    Danquah Circle. There is the Calabash at 200 m from the circle and you find some nice SW around with good service. You can go in the opposite small short time hotel or take them to your hotel.

    Jokers Club. Nice club with high (expensive) class ladys. Not my style.

    La Paz. I was there on a Saturday evening and there was nothing to find.

    Chicos Pub (and hotel) - closed for renovation..
    100 USD? That's quite high my man. Especially in a place like Ghana. Supply and Demand. Only the top tier girls should be netting such figures with any semblance of frequency.

  9. #3932
    Quote Originally Posted by DelBosque  [View Original Post]
    Back from Ghana sinds a few weeks, here is my report.

    ACCRA.

    Nkrumah Circle. Plenty of SW after 7 PM along Nkrumah street ans the streets around, also behind the Niagara Hotel, 400 to 500 CD, sometimes they stay for the night for the same price, I was never dispointed. The close Vienna City was mostley empty.

    Danquah Circle. There is the Calabash at 200 m from the circle and you find some nice SW around with good service. You can go in the opposite small short time hotel or take them to your hotel.

    Jokers Club. Nice club with high (expensive) class ladys. Not my style.

    La Paz. I was there on a Saturday evening and there was nothing to find.

    Chicos Pub (and hotel) - closed for renovation.

    SOMANYA.

    Stayed at the Palm Hotel. (basic but ok). There is a brand new big discotheque on walking distance from the Palm hotel. I was there on a Sunday evening and there was many people, young and older, live band outside, DJ inside. Good experience. But in the daytime there is less to do in Somanya.

    After all, in Ghana you can find good quality for less money. Halve the price than in Ivory Coast!! GO, GO.
    500 cedi (100 usd) for SWs at Circle, and they don't even stay the night? Damn. It's hardly more than a year that I was getting jokers girls all night for 50 usd. Have prices gone up that much? And ivory coast is twice that?? Dude, I think we need to remember supply and demand, local economics and birth rates when visiting sub Saharan Africa. No way should SWs, or any girl other than a perfect 10, be getting near 100 usd. Learn game. It works better in Africa than Asia.

  10. #3931

    Back home

    Quote Originally Posted by DelBosque  [View Original Post]
    Next month I go back to Ghana, my first time was twenty five years ago.

    I want to see the difference and hope to have again a good time.

    I think I go to follow the footsteps of our friend RomanGuy, his reviews are interesting with very usefull details.

    I like his traveling style; So I expect to visit Chico's Pub, La Paz area and maybe also Somanya. On Google Street View there aren't.

    Interesting points to see. I hope to find them. I report whem I am back.
    Back from Ghana sinds a few weeks, here is my report.

    ACCRA.

    Nkrumah Circle. Plenty of SW after 7 PM along Nkrumah street ans the streets around, also behind the Niagara Hotel, 400 to 500 CD, sometimes they stay for the night for the same price, I was never dispointed. The close Vienna City was mostley empty.

    Danquah Circle. There is the Calabash at 200 m from the circle and you find some nice SW around with good service. You can go in the opposite small short time hotel or take them to your hotel.

    Jokers Club. Nice club with high (expensive) class ladys. Not my style.

    La Paz. I was there on a Saturday evening and there was nothing to find.

    Chicos Pub (and hotel) - closed for renovation.

    SOMANYA.

    Stayed at the Palm Hotel. (basic but ok). There is a brand new big discotheque on walking distance from the Palm hotel. I was there on a Sunday evening and there was many people, young and older, live band outside, DJ inside. Good experience. But in the daytime there is less to do in Somanya.

    After all, in Ghana you can find good quality for less money. Halve the price than in Ivory Coast!! GO, GO.

  11. #3930

    Kumasi hotel suggestions + contacts?

    Any suggestions please for cheap hotel (less than 100 cedis) in Kumasi? Ideally clean and in the center? I don't care for flat screen TV.

    Also, if you could share any contacts, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Millions of thanks.

  12. #3929

    You are wrong- Occasionally they do call your references

    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    I just made one up. The Ghanaian's down at the embassy are worried about one thing, and one thing only, collecting your Visa fees.

    As an example, I think I put something like this;..
    I have been in Ghana 6-7 times before I moved here. They did check my references two of these times. If they catch you lying, you loose both visa and visa application fees and you get black listed.

    Simpler is to book a 2nd hotel and then cancel that second reservation. Just because they are Africans, they are not stupid!

    Thanks.

  13. #3928
    Quote Originally Posted by Siffredi123  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    How do you get the second reference on the tourist visa application? The first one can be the hotel, but how to get the second one? I'm not getting response from my local consul.
    I just made one up. The Ghanaian's down at the embassy are worried about one thing, and one thing only, collecting your Visa fees.

    As an example, I think I put something like this;.

    - "Kwame Kofi, No 4 Harper Road, Kumasi, Ghana Ph. # +233 3xxxx577.

    Good luck and have fun.
    Last edited by Admin3; 04-08-19 at 00:22.

  14. #3927

    2 references needed.

    Hi guys,

    How do you get the second reference on the tourist visa application? The first one can be the hotel, but how to get the second one? I'm not getting response from my local consul.

  15. #3926

    Good times in Ghana

    Quote Originally Posted by DogDays  [View Original Post]
    Got 12 days left to leave my desperation behind in the old USA. Will hopefully write something back. Been out of the hobby for while now back to Ghana to sample what l used to have whenever l want some. Here in the Pacific Northwest it so hard and damn expensive plus you got to watch your back before getting busted. Thanks agin.
    https://www.youtube.com/edit?ar=2&o=...id=OI_Ze2wQnWU

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