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  1. #4069
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    6. If you just want to bang, go to Jokers.
    Due to COVID-19, the dance clubs in Osu are all closed. This includes Jokers, Hot Gossip, and Carbon, among others. Vienna City was closed when I arrived 2 weeks ago, but they were open on Monday, so maybe the other places will open soon.

    Bars and pubs remain open. I see a lot of people at Firefly, Twist, Shisha Lounge, Bloom Bar, Honeysuckle, and Zen Garden.

    I recently discovered another community outside of Osu with a lively scene of working girls, pubs, strippers, and dance clubs (which are all open). I'll write a separate report with more details.

  2. #4068
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    Like Chocolate, I signed up for afrointroductions and hooked up with this magnificent African Queen for two weeks. I found more genuine and higher quality girls on that site (perhaps because far fewer people actually pay the subscription fee, so it proves you are for real). She didn't want money, just fun, and we sure had that!
    Your lady in black looks very interesting. Did you notice that she has a ring on her left ring finger? Did you get on with her that well?

  3. #4067
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    BPalacio, My first time to Africa was Ghana in 2003. For Malaria, the local pharmacy has the right medication for the local type of malaria. Don't bring medication from home. I remember getting Alaxin for less than $5. In addition get generic versions of azythromycin for travelers diarrhea and sildenafil for cheap.

    Afro website in some countries is effective. In Ghana, its very very very very very sketchy, even worse than in Nigeria. Make sure to study the photos well. If they were taken in a studio or the background looks like America or Europe, they are frauds. They know what stories will work on you because they know you want that model in the photo to be real. They are very good at touching up photos.
    Hey Slowalk,

    Thanks for the suggestions on medications. I will for sure get my diarrhea meds in Ghana if I go, but I think I will get the suggested malaria meds before I get to Ghana just to make things easier on me. I also appreciate the head's up about afrointro being a bit sketchy in Ghana. I have been proceeding with caution, but I will be extra cautious in vetting women.

  4. #4066
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    Hey bud, I haven't been to Ghana in over a year, but went a few times between 2013 and 2019. I'd say it's ok for a newbie. Stable, English-speaking, not known for crime or violence: of course you have to watch yourself same as everywhere, and I rarely leave in certain areas (Osu, Accra Mall, Labadi Beach / Jokers, Aviation Social Centre, Paloma Hotel, Circle; I take Ubers between them) but I haven't had any negative incidents with safety.

    1. Kenya has better infrastructure: you can get an apartment on Bamburi Beach for under $50 a night, while the beach at Accra is maddeningly underused. Most of it just has shacks and rubbish. There are some half-finished apartment blocks that made zero progress between 2013 and 2019. Typical Africa. But like you, I prefer the West African body type over East (sprint queens v long distance runners) - the girl in my pic, who was an athlete and dancer with thighs so strong they could have popped a football and booty so big and round she could literally buck me into the air when I was shagging her face down from behind, simply wouldn't be found in Kenya. I've looked all over Mombasa for a body like that and they just don't exist.

    2. Yes, girls are up for one-night flings. One of the great things about Africa is that sex is so normal, almost expected. It's not at all like the West with the endless bullshit, demanding women, fake are at pe cases, etc. I'm a good-looking, in shape guy with game, so I often got freebies. Generally I would meet girls in real life, see if the attraction, chemistry and banter was there, then invite her back with me. When we're about to head out, I'd ask whether she needs "a gift". Some said yes, some no. I never paid more than US $50 (and they were for 8+ hip-hop queens), and once the issue was raised I never had a problem (except once: see 5).

    3. Tinder and badoo. Can't remember if I used tagged or tantan, probably not..
    Chris,

    Thank you for taking your time to address all my questions. I did not expect to actually get all of my questions answered. It is much appreciated, brother!

    I am also looking forward to a first trip to Ghana once this COVID nonsense is over. I am in the process of trying to map out where I want to go when I can travel. I know I would like to enjoy some beautiful black women, so I have been reading all I can on the commonly suggested hotspots in Africa. Everyone has been recommending Kenya, and it does seem like Kenya is probably an easier time, but your post makes Ghana seem very approachable and appealing. I am concerned a bit, though, that all of the seasoned Africa travelers say that scams are everywhere in Africa and that you have to be well on your toes, especially if you're a solo traveler. I will definitely read up a bit more on what to look out for.

    In the interim, I have also been researching Brazil. It's closer to me coming from the US, but it's troublesome because of the language barrier and it's not as cheap. I also have a suspicion that African women would be more open in bed and would be better sexual partners. I have more research to do, but I have to say that your post is a big asset for this thread. Thanks again, brother.

  5. #4065
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    BPalacio, My first time to Africa was Ghana in 2003. For Malaria, the local pharmacy has the right medication for the local type of malaria. Don't bring medication from home. I remember getting Alaxin for less than $5. In addition get generic versions of azythromycin for travelers diarrhea and sildenafil for cheap.

    Afro website in some countries is effective. In Ghana, its very very very very very sketchy, even worse than in Nigeria. Make sure to study the photos well. If they were taken in a studio or the background looks like America or Europe, they are frauds. They know what stories will work on you because they know you want that model in the photo to be real. They are very good at touching up photos.
    Of course there are scams, this is Africa. But all girls have smartphones these days so demand to do a quick videochat with them, only 20 seconds, to check it's really them. If they refuse, move on.

  6. #4064
    Hey bud, I haven't been to Ghana in over a year, but went a few times between 2013 and 2019. I'd say it's ok for a newbie. Stable, English-speaking, not known for crime or violence: of course you have to watch yourself same as everywhere, and I rarely leave in certain areas (Osu, Accra Mall, Labadi Beach / Jokers, Aviation Social Centre, Paloma Hotel, Circle; I take Ubers between them) but I haven't had any negative incidents with safety.

    1. Kenya has better infrastructure: you can get an apartment on Bamburi Beach for under $50 a night, while the beach at Accra is maddeningly underused. Most of it just has shacks and rubbish. There are some half-finished apartment blocks that made zero progress between 2013 and 2019. Typical Africa. But like you, I prefer the West African body type over East (sprint queens v long distance runners) - the girl in my pic, who was an athlete and dancer with thighs so strong they could have popped a football and booty so big and round she could literally buck me into the air when I was shagging her face down from behind, simply wouldn't be found in Kenya. I've looked all over Mombasa for a body like that and they just don't exist.

    2. Yes, girls are up for one-night flings. One of the great things about Africa is that sex is so normal, almost expected. It's not at all like the West with the endless bullshit, demanding women, fake are at pe cases, etc. I'm a good-looking, in shape guy with game, so I often got freebies. Generally I would meet girls in real life, see if the attraction, chemistry and banter was there, then invite her back with me. When we're about to head out, I'd ask whether she needs "a gift". Some said yes, some no. I never paid more than US $50 (and they were for 8+ hip-hop queens), and once the issue was raised I never had a problem (except once: see 5).

    3. Tinder and badoo. Can't remember if I used tagged or tantan, probably not.

    4. Long-term free (just expenses). Short term, $25-50 (on the very rare occasion, only once or twice in several multi-week trips, that someone wanted more and refused to budge, I just got someone else!

    5. Ghana women are usually sweet. One notable exception: don't want to go into details now, you can look through my old posts. Keep an eye out for her. Someone else had a similar experience. And of course, watch out for Nigerians (a universal rule). But Ghanaian girls generally are sweet, simple, easy, and love sex. God Bless Africa!

    6. If you just want to bang, go to Jokers. Lots of fun (especially if you play pool); sexy, shapely girls who dress up and make an effort; decent food too. Play some pool, have some banter, see what you like, then invite her home and discuss "gift". She'll probably spot you as a newbie and demand some outrageous amount (or you might be really ugly so she doesn't want to fuck you, LOL) but I found that once you're having fun, couple of drinks, jokes, banter, the chick actually wants to have sex with you so she'll go for nothing or a low amount under $50. Just keep everything playful and fun, that worked for me. If you meet a serious girl, the great thing is you can still bang straight away! In any other country you'd have to wait weeks or months, but sex is in the blood here and it's just considered normal after a date here. You have to get out of the Western mindset while you're here. This is Africa.

    7. Decent hotels are way too expensive in Accra: one of the negatives of lack of tourist development (as opposed to Mombasa). Frankies in Osu is $100 per night. There are crappy fleapit hotels like Niagara for $50/ night but Airbnb definitely better. I got a full apartment for around that price near to Accra Mall. It's also good to get an apartment in a block with security as I did. I've heard stories of scams where guys follow girls to hotels or undefended apartments and rob you. Never happened to me but better safe than sorry.

    8. I took mefloquine (one big tablet per week) starting a week before I headed out and finishing a week after my return, and never had any health issues. I used mosquito spray when I went out. Got the odd bite but no odds. You do need a yellow fever certificate when you land. They always check for it at the airport.

    Hope that helps. No substitute for boots on the ground and feeling things out for yourself though. I'm looking forward to more trips to Ghana and Africa once this covid nonsense is over (if the globalists running the world ever allow it to be).

  7. #4063

    Ghana and Meds

    BPalacio, My first time to Africa was Ghana in 2003. For Malaria, the local pharmacy has the right medication for the local type of malaria. Don't bring medication from home. I remember getting Alaxin for less than $5. In addition get generic versions of azythromycin for travelers diarrhea and sildenafil for cheap.

    Afro website in some countries is effective. In Ghana, its very very very very very sketchy, even worse than in Nigeria. Make sure to study the photos well. If they were taken in a studio or the background looks like America or Europe, they are frauds. They know what stories will work on you because they know you want that model in the photo to be real. They are very good at touching up photos.

  8. #4062
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP  [View Original Post]
    Like Chocolate, I signed up for afrointroductions and hooked up with this magnificent African Queen for two weeks. I found more genuine and higher quality girls on that site (perhaps because far fewer people actually pay the subscription fee, so it proves you are for real). She didn't want money, just fun, and we sure had that!
    Hey Chris,

    Thanks for letting me know about Afrointroductions. Can I ask you a few questions about mongering in Ghana? The Ghana thread hasn't been very active outside of Chocolate, so I was hoping I could ask a few newbie questions.

    1. Do you think Ghana is a good location for a newbie to Africa? I have heard Kenya is the best newbie spot, but I like the bigger thick ladies of West Africa more than the slim spinners that I've seen to be Kenyan women.

    2. I know you said you enjoyed the company of a lovely woman for two weeks the last time you were in Ghana, but are the non-pros in Ghana up for just one night flings? Are women on Afrointro open to straight forwardly asking to hook up for pay?

    3. Any other apps / websites that might be better if I'm not looking for a long-term girlfriend? I would rather be straight forward in letting them know that I would like them in the bedroom and they would be paid for their time. I don't think I would have the time, money, or charisma to do a long-term girlfriend situation.

    4. Can you share what the prices you experienced in Ghana were? Either for the long-term girlfriend experience or for short time bedroom flings?

    5. I have read some nightmare trip reports from the Kenya thread where a brother has had the misfortune of running into a thieving / aggressively business-like woman once they're in the bedroom. In your experience, are Ghana women normally sweet?

    6. If straight up asking a woman to sleep with you right off the bat is the wrong move, do you think most Ghana women would be down after a dinner date? I saw Chocolate say he would share a meal with them and maybe a milkshake and they would be down to fuck after that.

    7. In Accra, would you say hotels are the way to go or AirBnBs are better?

    8. How is the mosquito situation in Accra? I plan on bringing DEET and malaria meds (Doxycycline), but I have never been to Africa so I don't know much to expect.

    Apologies for the massive amount of questions, but I thought it prudent to ask brothers who have had success in Ghana what they have done right.

    Will appreciate anything you care to share, brother. Thanks!

  9. #4061

    Afro

    Quote Originally Posted by BPalacio  [View Original Post]
    Hey chocolate,

    Sounds like your trip is going well! Did you use any apps at all on your hunt? You were able to get women at 100 CD? I have been talking to a few and the lowest any has accepted has been 300 CD. Perhaps it is easier on the ground than hunting online. Do you wine and dine them like a girlfriend or can you get straight to the fun stuff? Would it be cool to hit you up via PM for some additional questions? I'm planning a trip to either Ghana or Kenya and it'the be great if I could get some pointers from a guy who has had success recently.
    Like Chocolate, I signed up for afrointroductions and hooked up with this magnificent African Queen for two weeks. I found more genuine and higher quality girls on that site (perhaps because far fewer people actually pay the subscription fee, so it proves you are for real). She didn't want money, just fun, and we sure had that!
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  10. #4060
    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    You currently have less than two dozen posts to your name here on ISG, but you've already graced us with a handful of nice little reports about Ghana. I know I speak for many on ISG when I say keep reporting and that we look forward to reading your reports. I'm curious to know if many of the women in Ghana have asses as luscious as social media influencer and model westafricandol (Modesta Boafo).
    After two weeks in Accra, I can confirm that her body type is very common. In the United States, we say these are "thick" ladies with a small waist and big hips / ass. The hair wigs and weaves are also popular here.

    The image you posted is a professional model with makeup, wardrobe, and some Photoshop retouching. So I'm not saying that you'll see flawless women like her walking around. But you will see the "real world" version of her in shopping malls, grocery stores, and on the street.

    Also, thank you for the compliment. I have received a lot of value from this forum, so I am happy to give back.

  11. #4059
    Quote Originally Posted by BPalacio  [View Original Post]
    Hey chocolate,

    Sounds like your trip is going well! Did you use any apps at all on your hunt? You were able to get women at 100 CD? I have been talking to a few and the lowest any has accepted has been 300 CD. Perhaps it is easier on the ground than hunting online. Do you wine and dine them like a girlfriend or can you get straight to the fun stuff? Would it be cool to hit you up via PM for some additional questions? I'm planning a trip to either Ghana or Kenya and it'the be great if I could get some pointers from a guy who has had success recently.
    When I arrived 2 weeks ago, I relied upon AfroIntroductions (paid for a 1 year membership last year when I was in the cubicle and dreaming about my escape), and I still have several months remaining on the membership. My experience with Afro has been great. I have connected with many local ladies, all of whom were just as beautiful in person as they were online. Nearly all the ladies that I've met are either students or recently graduated. And they all need help with groceries, tuition, hair, nails, etc.

    I like to play the dating game. I enjoy the innocent, youthful, feminine energy as we talk and flirt. So a restaurant for a pizza (40 cidis) , or a milk shake at the mall (15 cidis) , or a glass of wine at the beach (20 cidis) is typical with me. It seems like local ladies don't often have these experiences, so I enjoy putting a smile on their faces before we return to my apartment. I also pay for their Uber home in addition to a gift of 100 cidis.

    I've connected with a few ladies from Tinder, but not as many as from Afro. And even though I see reports that Badoo and Tagged are effective apps, I have not had any success with them personally.

    One downside of the apps is that a woman's profile may say that her location is "Accra", but you then discover that she actually lives an hour away. Accra is a sprawling capital city (with a lot of traffic) so it's not always easy or cheap to connect with women who live in the outer regions of the city.

    So taking advice from the senior members of the forum, I'm now venturing away from the apps and into the real world. The shopping malls and grocery stores in Accra are gold mines. A simple "Hey, how are you" gets the conversation going. The women are open, friendly, and always available to meet later for a juice or ice cream.

    I've never been to Kenya, but I can say that Accra, Ghana is a peaceful place. As I said a few days ago, many of the popular clubs are closed due to COVID-19. But there's still plenty of fun to be had.

    Feel free to PM me with any other questions.

  12. #4058

    RE: First time in Ghana

    Quote Originally Posted by ChocolateHuntr  [View Original Post]
    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.
    You currently have less than two dozen posts to your name here on ISG, but you've already graced us with a handful of nice little reports about Ghana. I know I speak for many on ISG when I say keep reporting and that we look forward to reading your reports. I'm curious to know if many of the women in Ghana have asses as luscious as social media influencer and model westafricandol (Modesta Boafo).
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails ModestaBoafo.jpg‎  

  13. #4057
    Quote Originally Posted by ChocolateHuntr  [View Original Post]
    In the few days that I've been here, the majority of ladies I've met are university students (many of them studying fashion). Much like most of Africa, the population of Accra is young. So there are a lot of girls in their early twenties, particularly in the shopping malls, pubs, and restaurants. This is my first time in Africa, so I'm pleasantly surprised to discover that these ladies not only know what to do in the bedroom, but also in the kitchen. They all know how to cook. In fact several have come to my apartment to cook for me. With their sweet and feminine energy, I enjoy every moment.

    As students, most of them have no money to go out to eat. Or to pay for taxis to explore Accra. I'm happy to pay the 20 cidi round-trip Uber fare to have them visit. And I always offer a gift of 100 cidis when they leave to "help with university costs".
    Hey chocolate,

    Sounds like your trip is going well! Did you use any apps at all on your hunt? You were able to get women at 100 CD? I have been talking to a few and the lowest any has accepted has been 300 CD. Perhaps it is easier on the ground than hunting online. Do you wine and dine them like a girlfriend or can you get straight to the fun stuff? Would it be cool to hit you up via PM for some additional questions? I'm planning a trip to either Ghana or Kenya and it'the be great if I could get some pointers from a guy who has had success recently.

  14. #4056
    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy  [View Original Post]
    As for beaches, a good chance is Sakumono. It's a place on the same Tema Road as Labadi but closer to Tema, easy to reach by tro tro. Although it's not always an accessible beach, it looks like a series of 5 or 6 terraces directly on the ocean, with food, drink, and music. IMO Titanic City is the best one. Of course, the right day and time must be chosen. I don't know how much CoViD affects frequentation, but they are mostly outdoor places. You can check on Google Maps (Lat Lan 5. 611857, -0. 044652).
    Roman,

    Thanks for the recommendation on Tema and Sakumono / Titanic beach. I'm just looking for a chair and umbrella on the beach to enjoy a cold beer. So I'll visit this week and report back.

  15. #4055

    For ChocolateHuntr

    Quote Originally Posted by ChocolateHuntr  [View Original Post]
    Went to Labadi beach but security is blocking the entrance. They told me the president ordered the beach closed due to coronavirus. I asked them if other beaches are open but they didn't know. I'll continue asking around to see if other beaches are open. I just want a place where I can rent a chair and umbrella and lay on a beach.

    Also, the night clubs are all officially closed. This includes Hot Gossip, Jokers, Carbon, and Twist (but their upstairs bar is still open). Again, these are all in the Osu tourist area, so maybe it's possible that the clubs outside of Osu may be open. I generally prefer open-space night clubs (vs bars) because the girls are up and dancing in the clubs, so I can see exactly what they are working with.

    Any suggestions are appreciated.
    As for beaches, a good chance is Sakumono. It's a place on the same Tema Road as Labadi but closer to Tema, easy to reach by tro tro. Although it's not always an accessible beach, it looks like a series of 5 or 6 terraces directly on the ocean, with food, drink, and music. IMO Titanic City is the best one. Of course, the right day and time must be chosen. I don't know how much CoViD affects frequentation, but they are mostly outdoor places. You can check on Google Maps (Lat Lan 5. 611857, -0. 044652).

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