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  1. #232
    "You can sense the EU is going to shut it's borders. ".

    Done.

  2. #231

    Bo

    I'm in Bo now but I'm leaving tomorrow morning to Freetown to catch the first flight home. You can sense the EU is going to shut it's borders. After a while the there will be no airlines operating as there are no customers flying in or out. Only god knows what is going to happen now. Worst case scenario you could be stuck in Africa for a couple of months. I'll write a report on Bo later.

  3. #230
    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I haven't been to SL for a couple of years but I doubt the centre has got any easier on the eye or nerves. It's a grid-locked abrasive hellhole but if you can deal with it, you're a tougher bastard than me.
    I'm not particularly tough but getting out of my comfort zone is part of the fun of traveling for me. Yes, there is some hassle here but it's not that bad in my opinion. I felt unsafer in Tana. The tension is palpable there.

    Checked out some of the places Camilo Cms recommended. Went to the Liberia Bar and to the place in front of Kadjibs Hotel in Wellington. Asked a keh keh (tuktuk) to bring me there. We didn't exchange a word. Just before we got there he turned his head around and said 'there many many bad people in there, watch for yourself. ' he was really adamant about that so I decided to go to another place just 150 m before the Liberia Bar, The Salones Bar. Pretty raw stuff. This is where the local boys of the hood go. On the rooftop there was a big terras playing some kind of Dancehall ragga. Think there was about 200-300 visitors and I was the only non black person there. Strangely enough I didn't get any looks. You probably can score there but many where in groups and there was not much dancing going on. Afterwards I did visit The Liberia Bar but it wasn't that busy nor was the bar with terras opposite Kadjibs Hotel. It was Saturday night.

    Sunday I went to Royal Empire, this is in Garrison str. In the downtown area. In the weekends there is a cover charge of 20 k. Many people playing with their smartphones and like the other places a bit lame. Many playing with their phones little dancing. I didnít like the place but you can score there. They have ST rooms. All the places I saw are not what I would call cash and carry mongering places. Your going to have to make an effort.

    After the Royal Empire I went to The Suckle Pub on Aberdeen Rd. According to Camilo Cms the best place in Freetown. There where 6 blokes inside and not one girl. Not a single one. I'm not that impressed with the nightlife I've seen here until now.

    I have an appointment with a girl I met on FB tomorrow. She turned 18 in Februari. I'm picking her up after school tomorrow.

  4. #229

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    Another pearl on Rawdon Str. Is Guest Place at nr. 42. Rooms from 75 k-100 k SLL. Add 15% sales tax. What can I say for 8 Euro one can't expect much.

    I checked out Sweet Mother's Guesthouse. It was a disappointment. I really thought this place was going to be the ideal compromise between the higher and lower end accommodation. The hotel rooms are 37-50 USD (fan / AC) and the 'Bungalows' 50-75 USD (fan / AC). For 37 USD you don't get a particularly nice room without AC. And believe me it's usefull to have AC here. Don't expect the 'bungalows' to be anything grand. They are not. They are simply a room with a bed and a toilet with a shower. I would only recommend the 75 USD airconditioned rooms. They are nice and clean but for 75 USD you have more options. I also didn't like that they advertise their hotel rooms for 20 USD and 30 USD on Facebook while when I got there the minimum price for a room was 37 USD and for a bungalow 50 USD. Also don't think you are straight at the beach. You can't see the ocean. In front of the hotel is a concrete wall. You have to walk around 300 meters. And you are 7-8 km from central Freetown. Some of the bars here suggested are a couple of km's eastward from the city center. Then you would need to travel more than 10 km to go out. From a logistical point of view that wouldn't be ideal.

    Maybe the best compromise I found until now is the YMCA at 37 Fort Street. This is a christian guesthouse and they offer an airconditioned spacious double with shower / toilet, airconditioning, fridge and T. V. For 350 k SLL. The place is what one could expect from a religiously inspired hotel. Boring but decent and clean and the good thing is they are sympathetic towards our hobby. I had the audacity to ask if I could bring sexworkers inside but I formulated it slightly different. I said 'considering you are a christian guesthouse would you mind if I bring a girl from outside in my room. ' His eye widened. He replied the following 'yes, we are a christian guesthouse but if we know she's with you it's ok as long as she doesn't start making trouble'. They also have single rooms without T. V. , Ac. Or fridge for 200 SLL. Shower and toilet outside but they are clean.

    The best lower end is the Freetowninn in my opinion. You get a single that fits two for 150 SLL with AC and decent wifi in the rooms. They've also recently repainted all the rooms but they have a damp problem like all the hotels in this area. Also no luxury far from. But logistically sound.
    Good on the ground info on accommodation. Sorry SweMo guest house didn't work out. Prices are ridiculous. Its so hard to get info on budget accommodation. Thumbs up. Bo supposedly should be good too. Loads of students.

    Sir Neddy.

    Back to work in Sex prison. Great West African shag tour in planning stages. Unless there is a cheap flight to Madagascar of course.

  5. #228

    Freetown

    I haven't been to SL for a couple of years but I doubt the centre has got any easier on the eye or nerves. It's a grid-locked abrasive hellhole but if you can deal with it, you're a tougher bastard than me. The population went up about 10 x during the War when people fled there from the East and stayed on.

    If the centre truly doesn't bother you, then go for it and stay in the East End. That would be cheap and you'd be a local celebrity.

    Forget what it cost but I stayed at Charms Beach. It's not on the beach or even within sight of it but it's a ten minute walk to the strip on Aberdeen. Yes, Aberdeen is a bubble but risking your life on the back of a motorbike to go to and from there from the so-called centre each day isn't worth the money saved on hotels.

    Personally, I found someone I liked and took her to the beaches down the coast. Or found someone there. Or just got out of Freetown completely.

  6. #227

    Budget accommodation II

    Another pearl on Rawdon Str. Is Guest Place at nr. 42. Rooms from 75 k-100 k SLL. Add 15% sales tax. What can I say for 8 Euro one can't expect much.

    I checked out Sweet Mother's Guesthouse. It was a disappointment. I really thought this place was going to be the ideal compromise between the higher and lower end accommodation. The hotel rooms are 37-50 USD (fan / AC) and the 'Bungalows' 50-75 USD (fan / AC). For 37 USD you don't get a particularly nice room without AC. And believe me it's usefull to have AC here. Don't expect the 'bungalows' to be anything grand. They are not. They are simply a room with a bed and a toilet with a shower. I would only recommend the 75 USD airconditioned rooms. They are nice and clean but for 75 USD you have more options. I also didn't like that they advertise their hotel rooms for 20 USD and 30 USD on Facebook while when I got there the minimum price for a room was 37 USD and for a bungalow 50 USD. Also don't think you are straight at the beach. You can't see the ocean. In front of the hotel is a concrete wall. You have to walk around 300 meters. And you are 7-8 km from central Freetown. Some of the bars here suggested are a couple of km's eastward from the city center. Then you would need to travel more than 10 km to go out. From a logistical point of view that wouldn't be ideal.

    Maybe the best compromise I found until now is the YMCA at 37 Fort Street. This is a christian guesthouse and they offer an airconditioned spacious double with shower / toilet, airconditioning, fridge and T. V. For 350 k SLL. The place is what one could expect from a religiously inspired hotel. Boring but decent and clean and the good thing is they are sympathetic towards our hobby. I had the audacity to ask if I could bring sexworkers inside but I formulated it slightly different. I said 'considering you are a christian guesthouse would you mind if I bring a girl from outside in my room. ' His eye widened. He replied the following 'yes, we are a christian guesthouse but if we know she's with you it's ok as long as she doesn't start making trouble'. They also have single rooms without T. V. , Ac. Or fridge for 200 SLL. Shower and toilet outside but they are clean.

    The best lower end is the Freetowninn in my opinion. You get a single that fits two for 150 SLL with AC and decent wifi in the rooms. They've also recently repainted all the rooms but they have a damp problem like all the hotels in this area. Also no luxury far from. But logistically sound.

  7. #226

    Sierra Leone Big Booties

    Any intel on big booty women in SL? Think Cherokee the ass, Roxy Reynolds or beauty Dior.

  8. #225

    Budget accommodation I

    I did some thorough research on cheaper accommodation before I left and have compiled a list of 9 guesthouses / hotels to visit. I was planning to write a complete report this afternoon but guess what? It's national cleaning day every first Saturday morning of the month and nobody is allowed out until noon. If you do they'll give you a shovel to clean the street. Better take a girl with you the night before and have her stay otherwise you're going to be stuck with nothing to do. You can't even go out for breakfast. Everything is closed. Except for people cleaning there's no one outside.

    For logistical reasons I decided to stay the first night at the Sierra International Hotel at 27 Rawdon Str. Single rooms 150 k-200 k SLL (fan / AC). Double rooms 200 k-250 k (fan / AC). This is a pretty sad hotel to my opinion. Black stain everywhere, grubby walls, plasterwork peeling off, bathrooms ok for African standards. No wifi.

    Facing the Sierra you have the Hedjazi Hotel 32/34 Rawdon Str. Single room with AC for 200 K SLL. Doubles 180 k-220 k SSL. (fan / AC) Slightly larger rooms with sitting area and fridge. A bit better than the Sierra but only a bit.

    On the other side of the block you have Hotel Freetowninn, 18 Howe Str. Single rooms 150 k SLL with airconditioning. Also better than the Sierra but only gradually.

    From what I saw the concept of single / doubles is fluid. Sometimes a single simply means one large bed. And a double two beds. In all cases a single fitted two.

    You can visit these 3 hotels in 10 minutes. They are all on the same block but be forewarned they are all moldy. Maybe some, especially the hardcore Africa guys, will be OK with them.

    Nearly all budget accommodation is in the downtown area of Freetown. You should know that it's extremely noisy here. Cars honking all day long till 20:00-21:00. Safety seemed to be OK. I walked around the block at 23:00 PM. There where people around and stalls where open. The usual street hustlers where around though. I advise not to do business with these guys. They'll try to squeeze you any way possible.

  9. #224
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Finally Sweet Salone got their act together by offering Visa on Arrival for most Western countries for 80 usd. Don't know for how long though.
    https://www.africanews.com/2019/09/0...r-au-citizens/
    Neddy.
    Yes, but you still have to take the boat ride from the airport.

  10. #223

    Gamechanger

    Finally Sweet Salone got their act together by offering Visa on Arrival for most Western countries for 80 usd. Don't know for how long though.

    https://www.africanews.com/2019/09/0...r-au-citizens/

    Neddy.

  11. #222

    Nightlife in Sierra Leone.

    It is easy to get lucky in Sierra Leone on any day of the week, here are some indications for the night:

    Any day of the week:

    - Rokel Commercial Bank (Wilkinson Road) https://goo.gl/maps/NXur19qyq8Uec7E47 After the bank you will see on the same street going to the west ladies hanging around, I will say they are pros.

    How much to pay: between 30,000 Leones to 50,000 Leones or more depending if it is more than 1 hour. They have an improvised bed inside an unfinished building or you can take them to your place.

    - Royal Empire: (Garrison Street) https://goo.gl/maps/Vw1zfbYcd1ReRQ4AA You can go any day after 10:00 pm you will see girls hanging out inside the bar, if you see one that you like just try to make eye contact and call her. In the same place there is rooms available for 25,000 LE 1 hour. Price per hour is between 30,000 to 70,000 Leones. They are semi pros, and some non pros, better than the girls you see around Wilkinson Road.

    - Wellington, Kadjibs hotel https://goo.gl/maps/cqV8AyFDCS39pKd76 . This is not inside Freetown, it is in Wellington, in front of the hotel Kadjibs in the main highway you can see a group of people any day after 11:00 pm dancing and listening music, you can pick any girl among them. Price per hour is between 30,000 to 50,000 Leones. They are pros / semi pros, some non pros. You can take them to Kadjibs hotel, they charge 20,000 per hour. The hotel is not the best but is ok for one hour and it is safe.

    - Lumley beach: you can check around Lumley beach at any day after 11:00 pm you will see girls around (not many during the week). Price per hour is between 50,000 to 100,000/150,000, depends on the girl.

    Wednesdays, Weekends.

    Saturday is the best day to go out, after 12:00 am is the time people go out to the clubs, some options:

    The Suckle Pub, Aberdeen Road https://goo.gl/maps/DXv5qM5aXZcvW8hX6.

    This is the best place, you will see the most beautiful women and many options after 1:00 am specially on Saturdays. Prices per hour is between 80,000 to 200,000 depends on the girl.

    Frenzy View, Wilkinson Road https://goo.gl/maps/YatbF9dk2yt6DXog8.

    It gets full on weekends, just try to talk to any girl you like, or smile to them if they give you back an smile approach them. Prices per hour is between 40,000 to 100,000 Leones.

    Liberia Bar, Bai Bureh Road, Wellington (Just 3 streets after Kadjibs hotel https://goo.gl/maps/cqV8AyFDCS39pKd76).

    It gets very full on weekends and Wednesdays after 12:00 am. Normally you will not see many foreigners, so the girls also will not charge that much, a price between 30,000 and 50,000 is acceptable.

    Also you can see many bars and clubs from Calabatown to Wellington on the main highway, on weekends after 12:00 am, you will find many non pros that will be available.

    Some General tips.

    * To avoid misunderstandings always negotiate before going with the girl to any place, the prices that I mentioned are not exact, they are guides, obviously they are going to try to charge more to foreigners and if the girl is very attractive the price is higher. In Sierra Leone it is very common to charge for a high price and then negotiate, the best strategy is to ask the girl how much she charges ask her like this: "how you operate", she usually will say a price double or more that what she would accept.

    * Observe girls very well, especially in places where there are more pros. If they have a rash on their skin, lips or mouth, look for another one. These marks are symptoms of gonorrhea, syphilis or skin infections that are contagious with skin-to-skin contact.

  12. #221

    Cash

    I remember those ATMs well. Also one in the Radisson Blu and outside The Hub. You can spend a lot of time going round looking for one that's working, getting stressed out about having no cash. Afterwards, as the largest note is worth 1. 03 Euros, you then get stressed out about having a brick of notes in your pocket.

  13. #220

    I can relate

    Quote Originally Posted by Toubab  [View Original Post]
    I hope you have better luck than me in Freetown.
    I read your experience and I can relate. I thought that this could be me. I had a similar experience in Kribi and in Douala, Cameroon.

    In Ghana and in Mozambique, when I saw someone I wanted to meet in the day, let them know I was interested. They threw themselves at me.

    I no interest in hard core working women. Still, I like to go out at night and watch and occasionally get attention.

    Because of the inconvenience of accessing my money, maybe I'll pass on SL. I don't want to carry a load of cash.

  14. #219
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    It sounds like S-L may be a little behind other Western African countries. If one hopes for exciting night life, it will lead to a full on disappointing evening whereas prowling in the day for non pros is the best option. Once there, did you have to bring cash:

    Are there many ATMs available to get cash?

    Are credit cards widely accepted?

    What are best places to exchange USD?
    ATMs are few and unreliable. I used the one next to the main gate of Family Kingdom / Papaya restaurant and the Ecobank ATM at the NP fuel station close to the Congo Cross roundabout. But the amount of money that you can withdraw is very limited. My advice would be to carry USD or EUR with you and exchange to local currency when you need it. Credit cards widely accepted? In some hotels (e. G. Family Kingdom) you can exchange currencies at the reception. You don't necessarily get the best rates, but at least you avoid being conned. I hope you have better luck than me in Freetown.

  15. #218

    Cash Flow

    It sounds like S-L may be a little behind other Western African countries. If one hopes for exciting night life, it will lead to a full on disappointing evening whereas prowling in the day for non pros is the best option. Once there, did you have to bring cash:

    Are there many ATMs available to get cash?

    Are credit cards widely accepted?

    What are best places to exchange USD?

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