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  1. #545

    Why Cameroon?

    Because I hadn't been and some French guys claim it's Paradise. I went during the World Cup and so kept comparing it with 2014 when I had a great time in Rwanda / Burundi / Uganda. If I had just been travelling around for the sake of it maybe I would have given it more time. I do regret not visiting Kribi but was so unimpressed by Limbe and Douala and the rain that I just cut my losses. Also they speak decent French but pidgin English. Next year AFCON is there but. . . Madagascar have qualified and it's looking good for Uganda & Kenya, so I'll probably watch it from one of those.

  2. #544

    Why Cameroon?

    Because I hadn't been and some French guys claim it's Paradise. I went during the World Cup and so kept comparing it with 2014 when I had a great time in Rwanda / Burundi / Uganda. If I had just been travelling around for the sake of it maybe I would have given it more time. I do regret not visiting Kribi but was so unimpressed by Limbe and Douala and the rain that I just cut my losses. Also they speak decent French but pidgin English. Next year AFCON is there but. . . Madagascar have qualified and it's looking good for Uganda & Kenya, so I'll probably watch it from one of those.

  3. #543

    Why Cameroon?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I pulled the plug on what was supposed to be a 2 month West African trip after 11 days. It just wasn't working out for me...
    I too was very disappointed with Cameroon nightlife. A night out is crazy costly. I stayed with someone there; I don't think I will ever go otherwise. Why did you chose Cameroon?

  4. #542

    Master Card.

    Is it possible to withdraw money from ATM: by Master Card in Cameroon?

  5. #541
    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPanther3X  [View Original Post]
    Which area were you? I bet Douala. I recommend to visit Yaounde if you want to see some fine ass. Guys need to know Douala is about quantity, Yaounde is quality.
    That is bollocks.

  6. #540
    Quote Originally Posted by Loso69  [View Original Post]
    Girls

    Hot bodies abound in Cameroon. Pretty faces are harder to come by. As has been noted, Cameroonian girls will seldom talk $$$ in advance. I gave my girls 20000 CFA (ST) & 30000 CFA (LT) "for the taxi".

    Drinks Prices

    In clubs Les Saints-Pres & Opium, a small Castel beer costs a ridiculous 4000 CFA. Cabarets (live music) were no cheaper (5000 CFA in Opium; 4000 XAF in Le Palais). Only strip club Gogo Dance had more reasonable prices, charging 2500 CFA for the same Castel beer. One girl asked me to buy her a Red Bull & vodka, costing an astronomical 9000 XAF. Hell, no!!!

    Cameroon has by far the highest drinks prices of any of the 31 black African countries I've visited. Why are drinks prices so extravagant? I have no idea. Have venue owners ever heard of profit maximization? I doubt it. I sipped my beers, never having more than 1 drink per visit (except Gogo Dance), no matter how long I stayed. They sure would have made more money off me by offering half priced drinks. Anyway, for a party monger, the heinously expensive drinks are a major deterrent!.
    You guys just killing the business for others. Stop giving them that much money. A generous amount is around 10000 cfa, you can give an extra 5000 cfa if you want things like anal. And those prices are even to spend the night.

  7. #539
    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I pulled the plug on what was supposed to be a 2 month West African trip after 11 days. It just wasn't working out for me plus I booked it months ago when the idea of sitting on a bar stool following the World Cup seemed blissful but I'm actually not that interested in booze or football right now.

    My luggage arrived 36 hours after me, there were power cuts, no water and the weather was either swelteringly hot (95% humidity) or pouring hard for hours at a time. Plus the women are too chunky for my taste. It occurred to me one night I could be having a reliably good time somewhere I know rather than searching for one and 48 hours later I was in Kampala.

    I inquired about an Equatorial Guinea visa but was told I needed to apply at the Consulate back home. I told them there isn't one in Australia, she said go to the nearest one. I said that would be in China; she shrugged. End of interview.
    Which area were you? I bet Douala. I recommend to visit Yaounde if you want to see some fine ass. Guys need to know Douala is about quantity, Yaounde is quality.

  8. #538
    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I had big hopes for Limbe; I think Bradt call it a 'charming colonial town' but it's a sprawling dump.

    In Yaounde I visited Bunker bar as recommended in these pages. Beer was 1000 CFA and a waitress gave me her number along with the bill. Just around the corner is Biker's with FLs and beer at 2,500.

    In Douala I stayed in Akwa at Beausejour Mirabel and spent most of my time in taxis to & from Bonapriso. Despite its reputation as a party town, St Peres was practically empty on a Sunday night and Orange Metallique doesn't open at all.

    And it rained. A lot.

    My first trip to Madagascar was brilliant, my second was a disaster. It's all experience..
    That's the problem with Douala. When it rains, it rains a lot. When it's hot, it's like the devil oven. But the girls are the naughtier in the entire country though.

  9. #537

    Weather

    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I pulled the plug on what was supposed to be a 2 month West African trip after 11 days. It just wasn't working out for me plus I booked it months ago when the idea of sitting on a bar stool following the World Cup seemed blissful but I'm actually not that interested in booze or football right now.

    My luggage arrived 36 hours after me, there were power cuts, no water and the weather was either swelteringly hot (95% humidity) or pouring hard for hours at a time. Plus the women are too chunky for my taste. It occurred to me one night I could be having a reliably good time somewhere I know rather than searching for one and 48 hours later I was in Kampala.

    I inquired about an Equatorial Guinea visa but was told I needed to apply at the Consulate back home. I told them there isn't one in Australia, she said go to the nearest one. I said that would be in China; she shrugged. End of interview.
    Wise decision. Now nice and cool. I liked Uganda a lot. And if you get bored. Pop over to Gisenyi Ruanda. My mate ist there right now and has a blast with the chicas. No white monger in sight for miles.

    Neddy.

    Who s sweating his AR. E off in Disneyland.
    PS. For me Gambia/Sierra Leone perfect combination for November to April. January Carnaval do Bissau. Kenya/Uganda/Rwanda May to October plus some travel to Ethiopia to see the ancient churches and Madagascar to hunt some two legged lemurs. These are my favourites. Further plans to visit DRC and Nigeria.

  10. #536
    I had big hopes for Limbe; I think Bradt call it a 'charming colonial town' but it's a sprawling dump.

    In Yaounde I visited Bunker bar as recommended in these pages. Beer was 1000 CFA and a waitress gave me her number along with the bill. Just around the corner is Biker's with FLs and beer at 2,500.

    In Douala I stayed in Akwa at Beausejour Mirabel and spent most of my time in taxis to & from Bonapriso. Despite its reputation as a party town, St Peres was practically empty on a Sunday night and Orange Metallique doesn't open at all.

    And it rained. A lot.

    My first trip to Madagascar was brilliant, my second was a disaster. It's all experience. . .

  11. #535
    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I pulled the plug on what was supposed to be a 2 month West African trip after 11 days. It just wasn't working out for me plus I booked it months ago when the idea of sitting on a bar stool following the World Cup seemed blissful but I'm actually not that interested in booze or football right now.

    My luggage arrived 36 hours after me, there were power cuts, no water and the weather was either swelteringly hot (95% humidity) or pouring hard for hours at a time. Plus the women are too chunky for my taste. It occurred to me one night I could be having a reliably good time somewhere I know rather than searching for one and 48 hours later I was in Kampala.

    I inquired about an Equatorial Guinea visa but was told I needed to apply at the Consulate back home. I told them there isn't one in Australia, she said go to the nearest one. I said that would be in China; she shrugged. End of interview.
    Luggage late, Airfrance did it again (with the help of the local incompetent handlers).

    I'm sorry the Cameroons didn't work for you. Still, your travails will not have been in vain. They will incentivate me to give Uganda or Kenya a try. It's probably better you couldn't go to Equatorial Guinea. I was warned about not going there when I was in the Cameroons. It's a country spoilt by the oil industry and paranoid with foreign interference (remember Mark Thatcher). Gabon would have been a better fallback.

    Of course, if you skipped Douala and Yaoundé to concentrate on the English-speaking enclaves I'd say your disappointment was not unexpected. I tried Limbé and gave up on it after 2 days.

  12. #534

    Trip

    I pulled the plug on what was supposed to be a 2 month West African trip after 11 days. It just wasn't working out for me plus I booked it months ago when the idea of sitting on a bar stool following the World Cup seemed blissful but I'm actually not that interested in booze or football right now.

    My luggage arrived 36 hours after me, there were power cuts, no water and the weather was either swelteringly hot (95% humidity) or pouring hard for hours at a time. Plus the women are too chunky for my taste. It occurred to me one night I could be having a reliably good time somewhere I know rather than searching for one and 48 hours later I was in Kampala.

    I inquired about an Equatorial Guinea visa but was told I needed to apply at the Consulate back home. I told them there isn't one in Australia, she said go to the nearest one. I said that would be in China; she shrugged. End of interview.

  13. #533

    Younde 2 day visit.

    Had a great time in Younde for 2 days as I meet 2 girls all from Badoo.

    First one was local beautiful girl came to my hotel and spent 2 hrs for 30 euro.

    Second one was from Mali I went to her hotel and we had a great time hope I had chance to spend more nights with here.

    Enjoy hunting there.

  14. #532
    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    Me too. There's an equivalent French site to this that makes out that the White God can still strut around in Cameroon. I don't know if the Anglophones are any less frisky than their Francophone cousins. Will let you know.
    Hi,

    You can still have a lot of fun in Cameroon, but keep on hunting in discos and hotspots mentioned below. Take care to the dating sites like afrointro, it's full of scamers, and most of girls are looking for a sucker to rip off. Try to target the "second choice" girls on this website, they are often more honest and friendly than the "good looking" ones. Anyways, most of girls in this country are vicious and annoying, you will quickly experience that.

    Keep your eyes opened, and have a nice trip!

  15. #531

    Neddy

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    https://youppie.net/main/

    I assume you mean this website?
    That's the one. Much smaller than this and quite a lot of fantasy / fiction on the site where guys have day after day of fabulous sex leaving their beautiful companions purring with never a false step or average experience. Worth a read though.

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