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    Trip Report: West Africa Cameroon, Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Ghana, Ivory Coast: Lagos

    Lagos: Victoria Island and the Mainland.

    Had an eventful few evenings here. Stayed on VI at 5 star hotel, which was GF (as I think they all are) and hit a few of the clubs and the #1 strip bar. Additionally, had a wild ride out to a remote locals only party arena with some pick-up options at low prices. As with most of West Africa, 90% of the women in the clubs will be BBW, it's only 10% of the women are average / slim. Most are literally clinically obese. Dont believe me: check a Tinder Feed for Lagos - the locals like the woman to weigh double the men.

    I started the night, taking a Bolt (best ride sharing app) not far from my hotel to Shades (https://maps.app.goo.gl/ayCjHY5CQGffbc8v6) around 9:00 pm. Had a beer and decent pizza in the front of the house watching the women come in. This is definitely a popular working girls bar, with ex-pat mongers lurking, and you have good lighting and music not too loud so you can have a conversation. Most of the women were not to my taste, but met one hottie, Cee . (PM for her dets) Just the type of body I like: slim tight, waist, nice plump but not kardasian ass, decent breasts, and a magnificent smile. We chatted and swapped WhatApp numbers. I wanted to look around at a few more places.

    I had retained my Bolt driver (very cheap to just hire one of these guys for the evening) who was savvy and had a decent car, so he was waiting and we next went to the SilverFox, (https://maps.app.goo.gl/FR9yyUXiu4EBC4o77) which is kind of like a US strip club you would find in Atlanta. At least that's what the Nigerian-American owner is shooting for. A couple of girls on a small stage, kind of dancing in skimpy attire, not striping, but it was only 10:30 pm and they say more of that happens later. It again proved out my worst worries - 80% of these girls are over-weight and wholly unattractive jiggly bodies to me. But, I did find one to my liking and took her for a "lap" dance. , which is really more free-for-all naked groping session. We went upstairs to a semi-private seating area and she stripped and began to grind. Lots of groping is encouraged and even a bit of fingering. Nice to see the whole gorgeous black body. I'm sure I could have arranged take out but seemed expensive and time consuming and my Bolt driver had promised a trip to the Mainland where we might find some smaller, thinner girls. Victoria Island had a large number of western mongers compared to other locations in Lagos. I wanted to see the local scene.

    Was told it would take 45 minutes to drive to this location and he wanted extra cash from fuel, which was no problem for me, it was only a few USD worth. He drove me on a hair-raising speed haul through dark streets and back roads with potholes and ditches, he was on his phone texting half the time. Scared the shit out of me. Must admit, it did cross my mind that I was being taken to be mugged, but he could have organized that without the 45 minute drive. But safely arrived at the Premier Guest House Oluti (https://maps.app.goo.gl/TH8VyzHHo9tETbuW8) near the border with Festac. Definitely a large happening place, but slowing down by midnight. There were 3-4 girls he encouraged to come say Hi. But I keep asking for a slim young girl and he would bring a skanky 32 year old or a 70 kg short 20 year old. I gather the prices would have been very low and I think he mentioned a few nearby hotels. Might be worth another try if arrived early. Probably not for the beginner.

    In the end it was getting late and I had a few messages from the girl from Shades. The proper price for her should have been less than 30,000 Naira,(which is about an inch: the largest bill is worth only $0.70) we text negotiated with her promising "everything but anal". Finally I was tired of negotiating and just asked her to provide excellent service including a professional massage (she's licensed and trained for that) for a total of 40,000 ($27). Turned out to be a terrific evening, she could not get enough of the fucking, could suck and rim like few hoes I have had and is a genuine person. PM if you would like dets.

    Great invigorating time in Lagos. I appreciated the bars which give plenty of time to chat and inspect. I was wired up on Tinder, but saw only 3% of the girls who looked attractive to me. Drove by the streetwalkers on Lekki Phase 1, but very dark and hard to see, but what I saw was 100% Plus Sized. I would return for the places on VI like Shades and check out the Mainland place. This is the one place I would like to go back to, as I dont think I plumbed 10% of the opportunity.
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  2. #1272

    Car& Driver: Lagos, Benin, Ghana, Cameroon

    Bros- anyone have any English-speaking driver / local nighttime guides for the above countries?

    Please PM or post. Times are difficult and always good to help local folks if possible.

    Strictly looking for car&drivers who know the mongering waterholes. Not need tourist guides.

    Thanks. And will report back in a few weeks.

  3. #1271

    Supply and demand

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBaton  [View Original Post]
    Usually in a poorer country there are lots of slimmer smaller girls, but Africa seems to feature a hell a lot of BBW women on the escort and massage sites. This seems like Bangladesh. 90% of the women there are chubby. It seems to be a local preference like in some of the Arab world.

    Just hoping there is a good supply the slim, athletic 18-22 women. Are university's a reasonable hunting ground??
    In Lagos there is a supply of everything. Everywhere is hunting ground. I was in a supermarket and was telling a friend of mine, buy whatever you want I'll cover it and suddenly was approached by a sales rep 18 yr old slim pretty gal saying: can you do the same for me? I guess that is a strong indication of what's to come.

  4. #1270
    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBaton  [View Original Post]
    Then I'm even more concerned: they consider these (fake) photos the best for hooking mongers? That implies these are the ideals of beauty in Lagos.

    If so sounds like Lagos could be your heaven and my wasteland.
    The chances of them being as attractive as the US Onlyfans images they've ripped off are minimal. Don't rely on any technology services in Africa.

  5. #1269

    FFS. If those are the chosen fake fotos.

    Then I'm even more concerned: they consider these (fake) photos the best for hooking mongers? That implies these are the ideals of beauty in Lagos.

    If so sounds like Lagos could be your heaven and my wasteland.

    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenGap  [View Original Post]
    If you believe those are real photos and real bio's then I've got a bridge you may be interested in. FFS sometimes the pics are different within the same profile. BTW I'm into big ass titties, so Africa is my go to spot.

  6. #1268

    Thanks. I sure hope so

    Usually in a poorer country there are lots of slimmer smaller girls, but Africa seems to feature a hell a lot of BBW women on the escort and massage sites. This seems like Bangladesh. 90% of the women there are chubby. It seems to be a local preference like in some of the Arab world.

    Just hoping there is a good supply the slim, athletic 18-22 women. Are university's a reasonable hunting ground??

    Quote Originally Posted by Vartan007  [View Original Post]
    No. A lot of them are big gals but you will find a lot of the slim ones. They call them strippers.

    You will find all sizes and most of them are very fit. Don't be scared by CR, just go out and you'll get gals approaching you. Just pick the ones you like and have fun.

  7. #1267
    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBaton  [View Original Post]
    Bros. I'm planning my first African mongering adventure and finally got around to checking out the CR site. Holy fuck! Every single one of these girls weighs over 200 pounds! I've never seen such a bunch of fatties except on those BBW fantasy sites. Please tell me that this is not representative of the type of women most of you are finding. Are the majority of P4 P women in Lagos and ACC this fat? I may need to cancel this whole trip if CR is what I should be expecting. Please tell me it ain't so!
    If you believe those are real photos and real bio's then I've got a bridge you may be interested in. FFS sometimes the pics are different within the same profile. BTW I'm into big ass titties, so Africa is my go to spot.

  8. #1266

    All sizes

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBaton  [View Original Post]
    Bros. I'm planning my first African mongering adventure and finally got around to checking out the CR site. Holy fuck! Every single one of these girls weighs over 200 pounds! I've never seen such a bunch of fatties except on those BBW fantasy sites. Please tell me that this is not representative of the type of women most of you are finding. Are the majority of P4 P women in Lagos and ACC this fat? I may need to cancel this whole trip if CR is what I should be expecting. Please tell me it ain't so!
    No. A lot of them are big gals but you will find a lot of the slim ones. They call them strippers.

    You will find all sizes and most of them are very fit. Don't be scared by CR, just go out and you'll get gals approaching you. Just pick the ones you like and have fun.

  9. #1265

    Code Runs. OMG

    Bros. I'm planning my first African mongering adventure and finally got around to checking out the CR site. Holy fuck! Every single one of these girls weighs over 200 pounds! I've never seen such a bunch of fatties except on those BBW fantasy sites. Please tell me that this is not representative of the type of women most of you are finding. Are the majority of P4 P women in Lagos and ACC this fat? I may need to cancel this whole trip if CR is what I should be expecting. Please tell me it ain't so!
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  10. #1264

    Fun trip

    Quote Originally Posted by ChocolateHuntr  [View Original Post]
    Taking a break from Madagascar due to its current rainy season. Decided to travel west Africa. Already visited The Gambia, Senegal, and Sierra Leone. Reports for all 3 countries are in their respective forums. Now for Nigeria.

    For starters, the Nigerian tourist-visa process is unnecessarily complicated and expensive. The fee is $160, and I had to provide current bank statements, write a letter describing the purpose of my visit, and to sit for a one-on-one interview with the ambassador.

    Note: If you are an American and are applying for a Nigerian visa while outside of the United States, do NOT pay for your visa online via the Nigerian High Commission (embassy) website. Instead, you should visit the High Commission in the country you're currently in and pay that High Commission directly. I made the mistake of paying online before learning that online payments are valid only when applying from within the United States at the Nigerian High Commission in Washington, DC. At the time I was actually in Sierra Leone, and the High Commission in Washington would not forward my $160 online payment to their Sierra Leone office. So I paid another $160 directly to the Sierra Leone office in person. A total of $320 for my tourist visa.

    My plan for Nigeria was to explore its coast overland. I started in Lagos, then I visited Akwa Ibom State (Ibeno Beach), Port Harcourt, and Calabar near the Cameroon border.

    My arriving flight from Sierra Leone to Lagos was delayed by 2 hours. Not a major issue. Delays happen. But the flight arrived after midnight. And after collecting my bags and clearing immigration, I exited the airport around 1 o'clock in the morning. My Uber arrived to take me to the hotel nearby. But just outside of the airport, our car was stopped by an armed police officer. That was the first Nigerian person (after my Uber driver) that I encountered in the streets of Lagos. The officer, holding a large rifle, demanded my passport and visa. He examined the document, then said my visa was not valid. Keep in mind, I had just cleared immigration a few minutes earlier with this passport and visa. But the officer insisted that my documents were invalid. He then stroked his rifle and demanded a bribe. I looked at my Uber driver, but he said nothing. It was late, and nobody else was around to help. Fortunately I had a 20,000 leones ($1 USD) bill in my pocket, so I gave it to the officer and he let us go. That was my welcome to Nigeria.

    The city of Lagos has two parts: the mainland and the island. To be accurate, "the island" is actually composed of threeBanana Island, Lagos Island, and Victoria Islandbut most people are referring to Victoria Island. The mainland has the international airport, the central campus of the University of Lagos, and a popular neighborhood called Ikeja. I spent my first week living and exploring Ikeja. The community has plenty of bars, restaurants, and entertainment to keep you busy. Also a lot of pedestrians. I connected with many ladies just walking around Ikeja and saying hello.

    From Ikeja, I moved onto Victoria Island where I spent a couple of weeks. I paid 50,000 Naira per night to stay at the Peerage Retreat and Resort. The room was clean, the service was great, and the location was convenient for ladies to visit. I had no problems bringing different girls to my room.

    Victoria Island is a naturally-beautiful tropical community. However, I was surprised to see so much concrete everywhere. Concrete roads, buildings, and huge walls seemed to cover the island. And the beaches I visitedOniru beach, Landmark beach, and Eligushi beachwere all private and required payment to enter. In fact, it's not possible to see the sand or the ocean from the beachfront boulevard due to the concrete walls which separate the beach from the road.

    The currency of Nigeria is the Naira. In my recent post on the Sierra Leone forum, I wrote that I had never before seen a currency worth less than the paper it's printed on. Well, Nigeria's currency is even more worthless than Sierra Leone's. For example, the official rate for $1 USD is currently 1,600 Naira. The largest note in circulation is the 1,000 Naira note. This means that Nigeria's largest note in circulation is worth only $0.62 USD (62 cents). And that is the official rate. Nigeria also has a black market in which you can sell USD on the street and receive an additional 10-20%. For example, on Victoria Island, the money-exchange men stand in front of the Eko Hotel. I exchanged my US Dollars at a rate of 1,900 Naira. Nigeria is cash-based, like many other African countries. Very few businesses accept debit or credit cards. So be prepared to carry a lot of Naira every day.

    Ladies in Nigeria are friendly, feminine, and cooperative. I mainly used Tinder and had plenty of beautiful and very-interested matches. Nigerian ladies are generally slim, athletic build, medium brown / dark complexion. I saw a lot of wigs and weaves (fake hair) and a lot of skin bleaching. Cash gifts offered were 20,000 Naira for short-term and 40,000 Naira for long-term. I also paid all expenses relating to transport, food, and entertainment. I received no complaints.

    Some of the places I recommend for meeting ladies on Victoria Island are: Caesar Lounge, Step In, The Long Bar, Rumors Night Club, Club Quilox, and the beaches listed above.

    Overall, Lagos is what I expected from a city of more than 20 million people. It's fast, fun, full of energy, and lots of ladies.

    In addition to Lagos, I traveled overland to Akwa Ibom State (Ibeno Beach), Port Harcourt, and Calabar. I won't go into much detail since I didn't experience anything extraordinary in these small / medium towns. I'll just say that each place had beautiful girls, and they were even more interested due to the lack of foreign guys who explore outside of Lagos. Tinder was effective in every location I visited across Nigeria.

    BUT I urge caution if your plan is to travel overland across the country. Interstate travel is unsafe due to police harassment, bribery demands, and local corruption. The roads across Nigeria have police barricades every few kilometers. All cars and buses must stop. If you are a foreigner, the officer will likely see you, request your passport, and say that your documents are not valid. He will detain you until you either pay a bribe, or you argue with him to show that you're unafraid and prepared to challenge his authority (since you both know that your travel documents are in fact valid). After several minutes of this back-and-forth, he'll let you go on your way. Then a few kilometers down the road, you will have the very same encounter with the next officer. Several hours of this routine on a road-trip is frustrating and exhausting.

    As a result, I do not recommend Nigeria if you desire to travel overland across the country.

    In summary, Nigeria has a warm and sunny climate. English is the official language. Its largest city, Lagos, is vibrant and fun. The locals are friendly. Women are feminine, cooperative, and very interested in foreign guys. Food, hotels, local transport, and ladies are inexpensive due to the worthless currency. If you plan to remain in a single city for your trip (or to fly around the country) then you should have a good time. But if interstate road-travel is your plan, then be prepared for police harassment and corruption.
    Sounds like a fun trip. Nigerian police are always funny. All the want is money. They will hassle you if you travel at night and usually in VI, lekki, banana you are fine.

    I usually get bussiness visa on arrival arranged by wakanow travel agency. Saves me the bullshit of travelling to the high commission.

  11. #1263

    A journey across west Africa. Time for Nigeria

    Taking a break from Madagascar due to its current rainy season. Decided to travel west Africa. Already visited The Gambia, Senegal, and Sierra Leone. Reports for all 3 countries are in their respective forums. Now for Nigeria.

    For starters, the Nigerian tourist-visa process is unnecessarily complicated and expensive. The fee is $160, and I had to provide current bank statements, write a letter describing the purpose of my visit, and to sit for a one-on-one interview with the ambassador.

    Note: If you are an American and are applying for a Nigerian visa while outside of the United States, do NOT pay for your visa online via the Nigerian High Commission (embassy) website. Instead, you should visit the High Commission in the country you're currently in and pay that High Commission directly. I made the mistake of paying online before learning that online payments are valid only when applying from within the United States at the Nigerian High Commission in Washington, DC. At the time I was actually in Sierra Leone, and the High Commission in Washington would not forward my $160 online payment to their Sierra Leone office. So I paid another $160 directly to the Sierra Leone office in person. A total of $320 for my tourist visa.

    My plan for Nigeria was to explore its coast overland. I started in Lagos, then I visited Akwa Ibom State (Ibeno Beach), Port Harcourt, and Calabar near the Cameroon border.

    My arriving flight from Sierra Leone to Lagos was delayed by 2 hours. Not a major issue. Delays happen. But the flight arrived after midnight. And after collecting my bags and clearing immigration, I exited the airport around 1 o'clock in the morning. My Uber arrived to take me to the hotel nearby. But just outside of the airport, our car was stopped by an armed police officer. That was the first Nigerian person (after my Uber driver) that I encountered in the streets of Lagos. The officer, holding a large rifle, demanded my passport and visa. He examined the document, then said my visa was not valid. Keep in mind, I had just cleared immigration a few minutes earlier with this passport and visa. But the officer insisted that my documents were invalid. He then stroked his rifle and demanded a bribe. I looked at my Uber driver, but he said nothing. It was late, and nobody else was around to help. Fortunately I had a 20,000 leones ($1 USD) bill in my pocket, so I gave it to the officer and he let us go. That was my welcome to Nigeria.

    The city of Lagos has two parts: the mainland and the island. To be accurate, "the island" is actually composed of three—Banana Island, Lagos Island, and Victoria Island—but most people are referring to Victoria Island. The mainland has the international airport, the central campus of the University of Lagos, and a popular neighborhood called Ikeja. I spent my first week living and exploring Ikeja. The community has plenty of bars, restaurants, and entertainment to keep you busy. Also a lot of pedestrians. I connected with many ladies just walking around Ikeja and saying hello.

    From Ikeja, I moved onto Victoria Island where I spent a couple of weeks. I paid 50,000 Naira per night to stay at the Peerage Retreat and Resort. The room was clean, the service was great, and the location was convenient for ladies to visit. I had no problems bringing different girls to my room.

    Victoria Island is a naturally-beautiful tropical community. However, I was surprised to see so much concrete everywhere. Concrete roads, buildings, and huge walls seemed to cover the island. And the beaches I visited—Oniru beach, Landmark beach, and Eligushi beach—were all private and required payment to enter. In fact, it's not possible to see the sand or the ocean from the beachfront boulevard due to the concrete walls which separate the beach from the road.

    The currency of Nigeria is the Naira. In my recent post on the Sierra Leone forum, I wrote that I had never before seen a currency worth less than the paper it's printed on. Well, Nigeria's currency is even more worthless than Sierra Leone's. For example, the official rate for $1 USD is currently 1,600 Naira. The largest note in circulation is the 1,000 Naira note. This means that Nigeria's largest note in circulation is worth only $0.62 USD (62 cents). And that is the official rate. Nigeria also has a black market in which you can sell USD on the street and receive an additional 10-20%. For example, on Victoria Island, the money-exchange men stand in front of the Eko Hotel. I exchanged my US Dollars at a rate of 1,900 Naira. Nigeria is cash-based, like many other African countries. Very few businesses accept debit or credit cards. So be prepared to carry a lot of Naira every day.

    Ladies in Nigeria are friendly, feminine, and cooperative. I mainly used Tinder and had plenty of beautiful and very-interested matches. Nigerian ladies are generally slim, athletic build, medium brown / dark complexion. I saw a lot of wigs and weaves (fake hair) and a lot of skin bleaching. Cash gifts offered were 20,000 Naira for short-term and 40,000 Naira for long-term. I also paid all expenses relating to transport, food, and entertainment. I received no complaints.

    Some of the places I recommend for meeting ladies on Victoria Island are: Caesar Lounge, Step In, The Long Bar, Rumors Night Club, Club Quilox, and the beaches listed above.

    Overall, Lagos is what I expected from a city of more than 20 million people. It's fast, fun, full of energy, and lots of ladies.

    In addition to Lagos, I traveled overland to Akwa Ibom State (Ibeno Beach), Port Harcourt, and Calabar. I won't go into much detail since I didn't experience anything extraordinary in these small / medium towns. I'll just say that each place had beautiful girls, and they were even more interested due to the lack of foreign guys who explore outside of Lagos. Tinder was effective in every location I visited across Nigeria.

    BUT I urge caution if your plan is to travel overland across the country. Interstate travel is unsafe due to police harassment, bribery demands, and local corruption. The roads across Nigeria have police barricades every few kilometers. All cars and buses must stop. If you are a foreigner, the officer will likely see you, request your passport, and say that your documents are not valid. He will detain you until you either pay a bribe, or you argue with him to show that you're unafraid and prepared to challenge his authority (since you both know that your travel documents are in fact valid). After several minutes of this back-and-forth, he'll let you go on your way. Then a few kilometers down the road, you will have the very same encounter with the next officer. Several hours of this routine on a road-trip is frustrating and exhausting.

    As a result, I do not recommend Nigeria if you desire to travel overland across the country.

    In summary, Nigeria has a warm and sunny climate. English is the official language. Its largest city, Lagos, is vibrant and fun. The locals are friendly. Women are feminine, cooperative, and very interested in foreign guys. Food, hotels, local transport, and ladies are inexpensive due to the worthless currency. If you plan to remain in a single city for your trip (or to fly around the country) then you should have a good time. But if interstate road-travel is your plan, then be prepared for police harassment and corruption.

  12. #1262

    All night

    Quote Originally Posted by Tribute15  [View Original Post]
    Do not pay anyone before the deed.

    Do not pay anyone in foreign currency, use Naira only.

    Do not use coded runs or this nonsensical websites. WTF. Outrageous and stomach churning rates. Do not pay more than 50 k naira for any girl, no matter how good she looks. 50 k is upper limit. 30 k is for one short or 1 HR, you can get 2 shots at 40 k and 50 k naira.

    If you drive down Admiralty way at night, you will find nearly everything you want. From Beer Barn (good spot) down to Kingfisher, Bolivar to Farmcity. All full of girls at all times. Then you got street walkers after the KFC restaurant for another 100 m.

    Shades in Victoria Island, Eko Hotel and Suites pool side are other options. At any hotel you staying, ask the bell boys or staff they will arrange for you. A lot of staff pimp on the side, For short time hotels they are abound, all you need to go one google and get tlist of hotels around and call and ask for there hourly rates. I can give out some, I know. Average is between 10-20 k for short time. Also at Oniru beach, there are chalets there.

    The new ground Zero is in Oniru, Victoria Island. Landmark beach, Good beach and Sol Beach. All on the same strectch. From afternoon till 4 am in the morning (Sol beach and Good beach). Landmark closes at aboot 10 pm, but there are clubs, cinema and bars where people hang out till very late. From 8 pm its mongers paradise. These areas are very safe. You can eat, enjoy they view and fish.

    Enjoy.
    50 k is for all night. Farm city used to be a great location and that was the price for all night.

  13. #1261

    Lagos is life

    Quote Originally Posted by DogDays  [View Original Post]
    Thanks foody for the reply. L,m going to be in Lagos in March 2024.
    You will the time of your life.

  14. #1260

    Do Not

    Do not pay anyone before the deed.

    Do not pay anyone in foreign currency, use Naira only.

    Do not use coded runs or this nonsensical websites. WTF. Outrageous and stomach churning rates. Do not pay more than 50 k naira for any girl, no matter how good she looks. 50 k is upper limit. 30 k is for one short or 1 HR, you can get 2 shots at 40 k and 50 k naira.

    If you drive down Admiralty way at night, you will find nearly everything you want. From Beer Barn (good spot) down to Kingfisher, Bolivar to Farmcity. All full of girls at all times. Then you got street walkers after the KFC restaurant for another 100 m.

    Shades in Victoria Island, Eko Hotel and Suites pool side are other options. At any hotel you staying, ask the bell boys or staff they will arrange for you. A lot of staff pimp on the side, For short time hotels they are abound, all you need to go one google and get tlist of hotels around and call and ask for there hourly rates. I can give out some, I know. Average is between 10-20 k for short time. Also at Oniru beach, there are chalets there.

    The new ground Zero is in Oniru, Victoria Island. Landmark beach, Good beach and Sol Beach. All on the same strectch. From afternoon till 4 am in the morning (Sol beach and Good beach). Landmark closes at aboot 10 pm, but there are clubs, cinema and bars where people hang out till very late. From 8 pm its mongers paradise. These areas are very safe. You can eat, enjoy they view and fish.

    Enjoy.

  15. #1259

    Thanks foody

    Quote Originally Posted by Foody  [View Original Post]
    Don't pay any girl money before the deed. Otherwise they can thrown tantrums and run away making excuses.
    Thanks foody for the reply. L,m going to be in Lagos in March 2024.

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