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  1. #195
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    I didn't do any that spoke English, and in Huambo two that only spoke tribal.

    You might find this helpful. At Hotel Costa in Luanda, their rules stated a guest could have up to four girls visiting in the room at the same time, but only one could stay overnight. So, there you go: try them all.

    A lot of times girls won't leave til morning for the usual reasons: your nice bathroom, risk of being raped on the way home, or she fell instantly in love with you. Just get one off the beach for short timing.
    Brilliant thanks, the girls I've matched up with on Tinder look hot as fuck.

    I tried changing location to many different places in Africa and the girls in Angola were the best looking by a mile IMO.

  2. #194

    Obrigado

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    I didn't do any that spoke English, and in Huambo two that only spoke tribal.

    You might find this helpful. At Hotel Costa in Luanda, their rules stated a guest could have up to four girls visiting in the room at the same time, but only one could stay overnight. So, there you go: try them all.

    A lot of times girls won't leave til morning for the usual reasons: your nice bathroom, risk of being raped on the way home, or she fell instantly in love with you. Just get one off the beach for short timing.
    Obrigado for your posts. Sounds like the promised land. How much on average you paid for the mulheres?

    Neddy.

    Who thinks about an additional budget allocation.

  3. #193
    Quote Originally Posted by SoberHans69  [View Original Post]
    Is it worth going here with no Portuguese?
    Only interested in short times, so having a GFE doesn't matter to me.
    Thanks for any help.
    I didn't do any that spoke English, and in Huambo two that only spoke tribal.

    You might find this helpful. At Hotel Costa in Luanda, their rules stated a guest could have up to four girls visiting in the room at the same time, but only one could stay overnight. So, there you go: try them all.

    A lot of times girls won't leave til morning for the usual reasons: your nice bathroom, risk of being raped on the way home, or she fell instantly in love with you. Just get one off the beach for short timing.

  4. #192
    Is it worth going here with no Portuguese?

    I love a girl with a nice body but a nice face is most important to me.

    I upgraded my tinder to change locations and the girls in Luanda look much prettier than Nairobi imo.

    Only interested in short times, so having a GFE doesn't matter to me.

    Thanks for any help.

  5. #191
    With girls in Africa, you quickly see it's more about the tribe rather than the city or country. Within the country, of course it's about residual European colonizer influences in Luanda (being the capital) there's proper food, they're all speaking Portuguese, even the hotel maids and kids although they speak their own language amongst themselves. The visa they gave, BTW, only good for 30 days but is for multiple entries, go figure.

    So, off to Huambo and see what tribes are indigenous in this region.

    Since there's so many PM's, pictures of discos. The Zuwo is closed for repairs, but supposed to open for New Years'. Located right at the entrance to the street where the poorer people (as in girls who could use a little cash) on Cabo live, and the beach where they go. The Epic Sana has some kind of a club but the girls that don't want to go in (or else not allowed) are sitting out in front or across the street waiting to meet you.

    Badoo, Tinder: sitting in a hotel room waiting for a hooker to show up not my thing.
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  6. #190
    Quote Originally Posted by NmExpert  [View Original Post]
    And after all those complex arithmetic calculation of generic price not even a word about girls?
    Aw, reading and typing one-handed and you need some help. Sorry to disappoint you. You need generic girl prices? There aren't any: freelancers set their own, and it has a lot to do with who is propositioning them. Saturday night I went out for dinner and came across a street fair next to Anthropology museum where the street was closed, there was a stage, DJ, dancing, food cart, cocktails, total party vibe. The drinks' server girls awesome model quality bodies, thin willowy frames, racked and round-bottom just the perfect type that abound in this city. After setting up an encounter with one, she saw me leaving with another girl who was there to party, so there was no way to follow up. But the next day was Sunday, beach time. Just park yourself by a beer keg street bar: it's $4 for the first hour all you can drink, $2 for the next hour, then $1 for the third. Drink to you drop, or something drops into your lap.

    One thing that's really good in this town is nobody bothers you on the street or in public. No eye contact. No harassment. But, once you get one alone, Angolan girls are friendly, engaging and down for fun. And there's a strong youth slant in the demographics.

  7. #189
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    No longer the 'most expensive city in the world'. Photo of view from $48 a night penthouse room in front of the beach at Isla do Cabo.

    Can something cheaper be found? Probably consult Noddy's A Dirtbag's Guide to Africa. Other expense commodities: lunch 2-3 dollars; big bottle of water 30 cents; beer $1-2; ride to beach or around town in blue and white taxi van 25 cents; ride on Angolan girl all night - 50% of whatever she quotes you.
    Good info. thanks for sharing!! So how much you was paying for all night? whatever she quotes you 50 percent of means nothing one can quote 100 dollar other can 20 dollar.

  8. #188
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Airport meter rate was $30.
    And after all those complex arithmetic calculation of generic price not even a word about girls?

  9. #187

    Where in Luanda

    Hotels don't even ask for girls' I. The. Downtown in front of the harbor is Faias Residence at $65: quiet, new, comfortable, Portuguese-run, from where you can walk to the Epic Sana (note: where hookers are). Located in nicer area of town where are restaurants and strollable streets is Suite Hotel Maianga.

    On Isla do Cabo developed areas are: Just over the bridge with hotels in $100 range, including one in the Chez Wu chain. From there, walk to The Test Private and the Club. Middle of the cabo around Naval Station and Tamariz are several places. Cervejaria Fininho was the place where older Portuguese guys are drink dining with their dates with freelancers nursing their beers. Far end is Miami beach club, dead except weekends. Restaurants start closing by 11:00 and the street and beach gets quiet and dangerous if hearsay is to be believed. In the clubs, it's very much a cocktail culture, with some real original concoctions. Beer is cheap. There are small beer bars all the the beach, especially weekends where it's packed (somewhat Brazilian style).

    Note: there is NO tourism here in this city, hence no ground zero. Foreigners are here for work, and Portuguese have their businesses (and Angolan wives and kids a lot of them). If you get a tip on a disco somewhere in the city, there is the transportation issue to overcome, plus the likelihood of being the only muzunga in the place. Cabo is fully stocked with what you want. BTW: the typical Angolan body here (before ruined by childbirth) is as outstanding as they come anywhere. Suprisingly, there was little street action, probably because the young Angolan guys are all over any good-looking girl like a pack of hyenas.

    The Kwanzaa: can get some at the airport in Lisbon. Supposedly you're only allowed to bring into the country amount of 50,000, which is like 80.

    In Luanda, ask at your hotel and they'll call a moneychanger over for you. Rate was 58,000 for 100 USD. You're not allowed (supposedly) to take any out of the country (not that you'the want to) and note at the airport cambios the only currency they had on offer for which to change your kwanzaas was DRC money. There guys outside who'll change for you or you can get rid of them in the airport shops, which are surprisingly decent for souvenirs and local products.

    Airbnb option is likely located in a 50-year-old Portuguese apartment block. Or neighborhood you might not want to be in. But, if you're a connoisseur of these places, why not go for it.

  10. #186

    Luanda

    No longer the 'most expensive city in the world'. Photo of view from $48 a night penthouse room in front of the beach at Isla do Cabo.

    Can something cheaper be found? Probably consult Noddy's A Dirtbag's Guide to Africa. Other expense commodities: lunch 2-3 dollars; big bottle of water 30 cents; beer $1-2; ride to beach or around town in blue and white taxi van 25 cents; ride on Angolan girl all night - 50% of whatever she quotes you.

    Basic info: with visa on arrival, first present your Yellow Fever cert, then go to small office to pay $120 fee and get stamped. No need to stand in immigration line. To avoid airport taxi ripoff: either arrange in advance with hotel, or walk outside airport and get one on street (not advised after dark). Metered Taxis in Luanda are expensive: always get a fixed price. Everyone you meet will recommend their guy or offer to call a trusted taxi for you: do it. I got an airport ride this way for $4 when the Airport meter rate was $30.
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  11. #185

    Visa on arrival

    The visa authorization was received only one day after applying. Cost will be 120 usd payable at arrival. Interestingly, it seems to allow multiple entries, with the date range of 120 days, maximum 30 days for any one stay. For hotel, an airbnb reservation (not yet prepaid) was sufficient. Too easy, really.
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  12. #184

    World Nomad sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamodaaso1180  [View Original Post]
    Any advice for any other hotel
    Airbnb may be your best option because hotels also use the site now. You can contact hotels direct and tell them what you are willing to pay. I've been following some of the "Nomads" who budget travel. Nomadic Matt is one who recommends Booking.com and a few other sites. He puts discount codes on his site. Try similar sites. Don't even bother with Andy from Hobo Traveler. The bad thing about Google and other search engines is that the sites that list first in a query use companies to constantly query them to keep them at or near the top. The best sites are buried deep in the wwworld. I'm still trying to dig them out. Sorry I can't be more definite.

  13. #183
    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus1  [View Original Post]
    As I was in Portugal they understood my Spanish well, so knowing Spanish is an advantage. I think the best you can do, is to socialize with your co-workers, locals and also expats like you. There are many facilities for entertainment.

    I never was in Angola, but I have done some research in the internet. Here some facts:

    - There is a quite big expat community long term and on short assignment like you. There is also a small wealthy upper class and some professionals. There is much more wealth in Luanda than Kampala. So many hotspots to cater to their needs.

    - Generally speaking in Luanda there is the CBD where is the modern city and there most of the expats are working and living.

    Then most of the entertainment is at the Ilha and Barra. Nearby there are some small neighbourhoods for the middle class.
    Thank you for your interesting reply. But it is so interesting for many people but not for me. In fact even if I dint't ever go to Angola I know enough the answers of your suggestions. I read a lot about Angola and just for this I asked precise questions. But it seems no one can reply them. Only Smoothy could answer every my question in detailed way, but he goes online so rarely. Anyway I have no friends in Angola or even a coworker or colleague. For this reason I always asked, asked, asked the same questions without precise replies. I don't like pro, I don't like bars, I don't like discos, I don't like nightlife but certainly I can do all this sometimes. For all these reasons I have been asking for the behavior of the girls of Angola for several times. I'd like to talk with some girls for one month before my arrival in Angola, to choose 2-3 girls, the most beautiful and comfortable of them and to spend a vacation together for a full time. In all other African countries, not only girls answer "yes", but all them hope to spend many days together for full time. After a month of talking to Angolan girls, I still haven't figured out whether they can or want do it or not. For this I probably, I will make my work in Angola, and immediately I will flee from Angola. I don't like their culture at all, until a guy who knows well Angola makes me change my mind.

  14. #182
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I write Portuguese even if I don't speak well. I speak fluent Spanish too. However I am noticing that Angolan girls usually connect rarely and no more than every 2-3 days. Also for this reason it is difficult to talk to them. But I'm seeing that they are fussy. It isn't so easy to have them take a few days off to be able to stay together for full time.
    As I was in Portugal they understood my Spanish well, so knowing Spanish is an advantage. I think the best you can do, is to socialize with your co-workers, locals and also expats like you. There are many facilities for entertainment.

    I never was in Angola, but I have done some research in the internet. Here some facts:

    - There is a quite big expat community long term and on short assignment like you. There is also a small wealthy upper class and some professionals. There is much more wealth in Luanda than Kampala. So many hotspots to cater to their needs.

    - Generally speaking in Luanda there is the CBD where is the modern city and there most of the expats are working and living.

    Then most of the entertainment is at the Ilha and Barra. Nearby there are some small neighbourhoods for the middle class.

    The vast majority of the people is living in the slums around. Around 20 and more kms. Out of the city centre the Chinese have built.

    Very big urbanizations for the middle class. Many vacant sites, and blocks in disrepair. Quite a lot of crime also, therefore no need.

    To go there for cheap fling.

    The social classes are more or less separated so you cannot walk around like in Kampal and mingling everywhere.

    - Brazilian influence, so good nightlife, for sure more sofisticated than Kampala, also call girl services available with Brazilians.

    And local mulatas. Expensive.

    Look on youtube the songs of the band Irmaos Verdades. They play various songs with kizomba mix. The girls in the clips are gorgeous.

    It is a pity that there are so few of them! My prefered song is: Yara.

  15. #181
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAuro  [View Original Post]
    Did you write to them in their language: Portuguese! Maybe that's the secret of the silence of the girls. !
    Yes, I write Portuguese even if I don't speak well. I speak fluent Spanish too. However I am noticing that Angolan girls usually connect rarely and no more than every 2-3 days. Also for this reason it is difficult to talk to them. But I'm seeing that they are fussy. It isn't so easy to have them take a few days off to be able to stay together for full time.

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