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  1. #37

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin00  [View Original Post]
    Bee recently, I can tell here is all expensive due to embassies, NGOs, military bases activities. Lots of people with lots of someone else money to spend, so no issue for them. Beer is minimum 7 USD in a skanky bar, food as well min USD 10 per plate in a shittly place. Nice places, multiple by 3 to get the cost of food!

    In downtown there are clubs such as Casanova or several others in Ethiopia Street, just look for the blinking light to decorate the entrance. Inside, loud music, dark lights and some girls who do no look that good. Did not even ask for prices of pussy, there was no quality and I already know would be out way too much to be worth.

    The Vietnamese / Chinese restaurant at the corner with Ethiopia road is good and relatively cheap, so keep that in mind for food option, anything else is crazy pricy if not getting a kebaba at the corner in the street.

    Not a place for normal mongers, only for government people loaded with tax payers money!
    Thanks for letting us know not to go there. LOL. One of my mates is a former legionnaire who jumped over Kolvezi. He told me 10 years ago that the place is f...ed. LOL.

    Neddy.

  2. #36

    Very expensive in all regards!

    Bee recently, I can tell here is all expensive due to embassies, NGOs, military bases activities. Lots of people with lots of someone else money to spend, so no issue for them. Beer is minimum 7 USD in a skanky bar, food as well min USD 10 per plate in a shittly place. Nice places, multiple by 3 to get the cost of food!

    In downtown there are clubs such as Casanova or several others in Ethiopia Street, just look for the blinking light to decorate the entrance. Inside, loud music, dark lights and some girls who do no look that good. Did not even ask for prices of pussy, there was no quality and I already know would be out way too much to be worth.

    The Vietnamese / Chinese restaurant at the corner with Ethiopia road is good and relatively cheap, so keep that in mind for food option, anything else is crazy pricy if not getting a kebaba at the corner in the street.

    Not a place for normal mongers, only for government people loaded with tax payers money!

  3. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by ElephantBeer  [View Original Post]
    Anyway, I wasn't there to monger so nothing lost. Just wanted to look about and see what the town looked like.
    June-August, hottest capital on the governed planet.

    Kempinski the only hotel with all modern amenities.

    Very few local Somali-Afar girls on the game, those mainly catering to the local Elites, High ranking foreign officers staying in Djibouti.

    Most pretty local girls do the short term marriage deal, usually with wealthy guys who know what they are doing. This leaves the Pro territory in contest between average Ethiopian girls and Below average looking Somali-Afar girls.

    In general Very expensive even in African standards, must stay in the Kempenski if first time visitor coming in June-August, heat is a serious issue. If you are on a budget come January-December and look for cheaper guesthouses with an AC, if you can mingle with locals. Head to Arta.

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    The heydays of Djibouti are long gone. Waste of time. Usually where there are La Legion is posted prices are ruined. Same as in Nanyuki, Kenya Prices and attitude of the chicas are spoiled through the UK army base there. You should have headed to Eritrea instead.

    Neddy.
    Couldn't get the visa. I'm living overseas and they wanted me to go through my home country. Which was impossible.

    I could have gotten it from here but it would have taken months (and months).

    Wasn't practical.

    Anyway, I wasn't there to monger so nothing lost. Just wanted to look about and see what the town looked like.

  5. #33

    Waste of time

    Quote Originally Posted by ElephantBeer  [View Original Post]
    Transferred from Somaliland, took all day. Alarm woke me up at 6:30 am arrived at 7 pm. Ethiopian airlines is surprisingly good compared to discount Asian airlines. However, their 'ham sandwich' (franken-sandwich) gave me such horrible heartburn that when I was transferring in Addis I really thought I was having a heart attack. I had to pop a Xanax and chill for 20 min.

    Hotel neglected to pick me up (arranged) once I landed, was forced to fend for myself at airport. A quick google showed that over 2 k was unreasonable. First offer was 7 k to take me into town. (sigh). Hooked up with another foreigner thinking we could split the fare (1 k / 1 k) - but then they were asking 2. 5 k each. (bigger sigh). Lowered to 2 k each for same cab.

    The foreigner wanted to pay it. So I ditched him and just took a seat. Eventually someone said 2 k okay, and I assume I was still paying premium-sucker-fare.

    BTW. There was no money changer at the airport. Only ATMs. For some reason the ATM booths are all air-conditioned (can I just sleep here? I heard him asking if he could pay in USD or Euro. No idea what happened to him.

    First architecturally interesting African town I've seen. Thanks France! Hotel near the center so took a walk around. About 8 pm. A significant number of fuck-tards on the street trying to scam you out whatever. 'long time my friend' etc. I just ignored them, some feigned outrage 'can't even say Hello, or 'can't even shake my hand!' - guessing people pass through here pretty quickly and thus the scam is on.

    Went to L'Historil. The upscale restaurant / bar but turns out they don't serve beer for a long time now. Acted like I was asking for cocaine. Then went to Bar Menelik, the 'most happening' bar in town. Turned out to be a dive basement bar, the manager drunk. Dancing by himself on stage and making a scene, his girls behind the bar serving. Not sure what was up here. I guess you could take out or get numbers, the girls seemed up for it. But you're not getting top shelf. Most were from Ethiopia.

    I found the beer prices thrillingly high - 1,200 franc St. George ($7) vs Addis (1. 30). Same goes for dinner, a simple shrimp fried rice sets you back the better part of $10.

    I don't mind paying NYC beer prices. In NYC. But really? In a Djibouti dive?

    Waitress at restaurant offered a massage later. They all ask how long you're staying and at which hotel. Feeling is that there is plenty around, but again. Not much that you would want to pay for. Walked around a bit after I got take-out (about 10 pm) - but became sick of the hassle. Guys following me, little girls following me, my long lost friends showing up etc. Not threatening in the least, just tiring.

    We shall see for tomorrow. Would like to get a Djibouti girl.

    Hotel is in the center.
    The heydays of Djibouti are long gone. Waste of time. Usually where there are La Legion is posted prices are ruined. Same as in Nanyuki, Kenya Prices and attitude of the chicas are spoiled through the UK army base there. You should have headed to Eritrea instead.

    Neddy.

  6. #32

    1rst day.

    Transferred from Somaliland, took all day. Alarm woke me up at 6:30 am arrived at 7 pm. Ethiopian airlines is surprisingly good compared to discount Asian airlines. However, their 'ham sandwich' (franken-sandwich) gave me such horrible heartburn that when I was transferring in Addis I really thought I was having a heart attack. I had to pop a Xanax and chill for 20 min.

    Hotel neglected to pick me up (arranged) once I landed, was forced to fend for myself at airport. A quick google showed that over 2 k was unreasonable. First offer was 7 k to take me into town. (sigh). Hooked up with another foreigner thinking we could split the fare (1 k / 1 k) - but then they were asking 2. 5 k each. (bigger sigh). Lowered to 2 k each for same cab.

    The foreigner wanted to pay it. So I ditched him and just took a seat. Eventually someone said 2 k okay, and I assume I was still paying premium-sucker-fare.

    BTW. There was no money changer at the airport. Only ATMs. For some reason the ATM booths are all air-conditioned (can I just sleep here? I heard him asking if he could pay in USD or Euro. No idea what happened to him.

    First architecturally interesting African town I've seen. Thanks France! Hotel near the center so took a walk around. About 8 pm. A significant number of fuck-tards on the street trying to scam you out whatever. 'long time my friend' etc. I just ignored them, some feigned outrage 'can't even say Hello, or 'can't even shake my hand!' - guessing people pass through here pretty quickly and thus the scam is on.

    Went to L'Historil. The upscale restaurant / bar but turns out they don't serve beer for a long time now. Acted like I was asking for cocaine. Then went to Bar Menelik, the 'most happening' bar in town. Turned out to be a dive basement bar, the manager drunk. Dancing by himself on stage and making a scene, his girls behind the bar serving. Not sure what was up here. I guess you could take out or get numbers, the girls seemed up for it. But you're not getting top shelf. Most were from Ethiopia.

    I found the beer prices thrillingly high - 1,200 franc St. George ($7) vs Addis (1. 30). Same goes for dinner, a simple shrimp fried rice sets you back the better part of $10.

    I don't mind paying NYC beer prices. In NYC. But really? In a Djibouti dive?

    Waitress at restaurant offered a massage later. They all ask how long you're staying and at which hotel. Feeling is that there is plenty around, but again. Not much that you would want to pay for. Walked around a bit after I got take-out (about 10 pm) - but became sick of the hassle. Guys following me, little girls following me, my long lost friends showing up etc. Not threatening in the least, just tiring.

    We shall see for tomorrow. Would like to get a Djibouti girl.

    Hotel is in the center.

  7. #31
    I have been to Djibouti and I can say that its a shit hole. Its a largely muslim country. The streets are dirt. The airport is really small and luggage was brought in by horse and cart. I made the mistake of going there during the Haj and it was a total disaster. Everyone was returning from the Haj and luggage was strewn everywhere. Everyone was left to fend for themselves. Its the only way into the country, although I have heard of a new railroad like coming in from Addis. Accommodations were not a problem for me as I was staying with a friend of a friend.

    The night life was almost nonexistent. All women were gone inside to their homes before dark. I did really look hard though. During the day, the women that were out were either working or shoping, all were accompanied, or closely watched by a male companion, who is a brother or husband. I suppose it is possible to find some there, but I have no idea how to find it. Maybe others have an other idea. I and others sure would like to hear about it. Downtown Djibouti is a 5 minute walk from end to end, so its not hard to see where the action is, or lack of action.

    If your traveling to africa for pussy, its better to go to another East African country, like Ethiopia or Kenya. Just my 2 cents.

    Hell I would not even go there for any reason again, because the whole country is really a dump. Just pass on it and go elsewhere.

  8. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Menem  [View Original Post]
    As noone gave any advice I was on my own when I arrived right after New Year, on January 3. I stayed at Kempinski but the place looked totally dry. I was on business and the local manager who helped me out with business was a Muslim who worshipped 5 times a day I could not get any help from him. Stayed for 3 days at Kempinski, could check out the bar area but totally dry when I was there. Must find someone with local contacts. Now back in Casablanca again.
    I have been there and know that action is available. But it seems one has to find the night clubs. I did not monger whist there as the risk was not worth the reward. I would imagine that someone with more time on the ground and freedom to move about would find some opportunities. Otherwise, you may have to be content with just being a monk there.

  9. #29

    No activity.

    Quote Originally Posted by Menem  [View Original Post]
    I will be in Djibouti first 2 weeks in January 2018 and will appreciate any advice about the situation there. Will share my experiences afterwards.
    As noone gave any advice I was on my own when I arrived right after New Year, on January 3. I stayed at Kempinski but the place looked totally dry. I was on business and the local manager who helped me out with business was a Muslim who worshipped 5 times a day I could not get any help from him. Stayed for 3 days at Kempinski, could check out the bar area but totally dry when I was there. Must find someone with local contacts. Now back in Casablanca again.

  10. #28

    Advice needed.

    I will be in Djibouti first 2 weeks in January 2018 and will appreciate any advice about the situation there. Will share my experiences afterwards.

  11. #27

    Djibouti is dull during summers

    Many of the old spots for nice girls like mask are closed.

    What is left in most discos are old stock.

    Currently many Yemeni refugees here, and so scene is a bit dull.

    I would strongly recommend to focus on Addis instead.

  12. #26
    Seeing the forum has been dead for a while, is Djibouti still a good spot? Or Addis is still better? I like Djibouti girls though.

  13. #25

    Kempinski

    Just spent the week in Djibouti and stayed at Kempinski. I can confirm that Safari Club is no more. It has been taken over for more tables in the casino. I was told there is talk of maybe bringing it back though. But who knows when? Anyway there were a few pros biding their time in the casino. I chatted with a beauty from Ethiopia but we couldn't agree on prices / services so I passed. She did tell me the hotel charges 5k francs for 'extra person' to stay. Will try again next trip. Kempinski is good but expensive.

  14. #24

    Sheraton

    I can confirm that the Sheraton is no problem for brigging back girls but you won't find girls there because of the casino. It seems that they don't want to mix both populations. Just go out in the city and bring back. Max USD 50.

  15. #23

    Safari

    Had been to Djibouti recently. Was staying at Kempinski. The only good hotel in Djibouti after seeing many. The Safari Club had a gret collection of girls to choose from. The hotel had no issues in taking girls to the rooms from their club. A many Ethiopians and Djiboutians. Many of them are good looking. Can close the deal in between 30. 50 USD. Usuall we do bar hopping to choose and in Djibouti I had to do "girl hopping" at the same bar on the same night! Girls are bit reluctant in BBBJs. Rest fine. Great bodies, nice attitudes, good looking. Great mongering destination like all other African cities, mainly for a short trip.

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