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  1. #34

    Botswana. Francistown

    Not much action on the Bots thread so I'll add my 2 cents. Francistown is worth a stopover if not a sidetrip. Big shopping mall off the main street. Walk up to anyone and ask a question."Where can I get a SIM" or "Where is a good internet cafe" and you will likely be brought on a tour of the town. By the time your business is done you will have a new friend. Really extra friendly people.

    Driving out of town one night I saw two stunners. 18-20ish hitchhiking. I pulled over and they got in. On their way to a going away for one of their teachers they said. I tool them exactly where they needed to go, chatting away especially with the girl sitting up front. I dropped them in a school parking lot and they walked away smiling and conversing. As I put the car into gear to take off the back seat girl turned and started running toward me with her hand out. I stopped to see what she wanted. She asked me if I would like to see her later. We exchanged numbers and ran back to her friend. About 5 minutes later I received a text asking if I would pick her up in one hour at the school.

    Sure thing! I killed some time and went back for her. Straight to my hotel. Cresta Marang sp? Hotel is good in that you can stay in independent cabins. No one to check up on you although I suspect, like most places in Bots, the place is GF. Great night. Slow slow CBJ although bbj was on the menu. Doggie and mish to follow, then repeat a few hours later. Stayed all morning and then didn't want to leave. Didn't want to take any money which was a nice touch. I tucked some bills into her purse when she went to powder her nose.

    NS

  2. #33

    Advice pay off though I over paid

    Thanks to all those who provided tips and advise. I followed the tip of just sitting checking out the bar for interest. I was making my way there and found one immediately. I overpaid (500 BP rather than 250) but won part of it gambling in the casino so I am ok with it but will make a note to haggle much more (though I don't like haggling it is something that must be done). The hotel I am staying in (Grand Palm) is as girl friendly as advertised. That said I got most of what I paid for (though no greek) and she had a great attitude. Afterwards she pulled the monopolize card (telling me how dangerous all the other girls were outside of herself). I went along with it (collected her number and mentioning I might call her tomorrow) seeing as tomorrow will be my last night here. I may look around tomorrow night but hotel pick-ups tend to stretch the pocket book. I may try one of the regular girls before I get back to Harare were will get tested (though I used protection still have to be sure). That said I am here mainly for business so night pick ups might be a lot harder (don't have own transport) but I am thinking of using the casino as a start off point.
    The girls name was Tina. If I do call her it will be at less than half price which may depend on how busy she is and her availablity. Anyway thanks again to those who posted in the forum
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  3. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Amha
    Join Afrointroductions.com Make contact with women in Gaborone or wherever well in avance of your trip. Give them exact dates when you are going to be in town and they will come over to your hotel. It has worked for me in Gaborone, Lusaka, Dar, Nairobi and Kampala. 90% success rate. Try it!
    Good tip Amha - I've had more quality shags thru Afro than the rest of the contact/dating sites put together

  4. #31

    Keeping in mind for future reference

    Thanks Amh for the reply.

    That sounds like an idea but it doesn't help me now plus I am skeptical of dating sites especially since most ask you to upgrade in order to do most anything.

    That said I am interested to hear from other members about how that strategy works as I am still new to the scene on this side of the ocean. If it is a widely endorsed practice then I am fair game but sounds hit or miss to me especially since internet is not as reliable as some other places.

  5. #30

    Making Contact

    Quote Originally Posted by Mushamisi
    Admit to being gun shy but does seem like much around (though it is a sunday night). Unfortunately will be here for only 2 days. Any tips on the best times for hunting or do you have to head out of the hotel.
    Join Afrointroductions.com Make contact with women in Gaborone or wherever well in avance of your trip. Give them exact dates when you are going to be in town and they will come over to your hotel. It has worked for me in Gaborone, Lusaka, Dar, Nairobi and Kampala. 90% success rate. Try it!

  6. #29

    So arrived in Grand Palm

    Admit to being gun shy but does seem like much around (though it is a sunday night). Unfortunately will be here for only 2 days. Any tips on the best times for hunting or do you have to head out of the hotel.

  7. #28
    I have been to Gabs a few times now but have never actually done more than the odd flirt as I am with my wife. Reading this guide there are obviously other places in Africa to go that have more action and that sometimes leaves the impression that there is nothing happening here. I disagree. Just returned this week and can confirm that in the daytime it is abit dead in my opinion but at night there is plenty of girls of different quality around.

    At the Grand Palm there were a few girls at the bar - a couple of nice ones but the other guests there get pretty snooty about them. Also a couple in the casino. The Tavern had plenty inside but quality was not good. Outside one night there were loads in groups of 4-5 in the parking area and out on the road too. However I think this must happen later on as the other time I was there from around 11 - midnight and they werre not there.

    At the Sun Hotel and casino there was no action this time - they have moved the entry pay area for the casino to include the bar now so that probably puts off the girls.

    The Bull and Bush had the usual suspects even a few in daytime and Sunday night so still a good place to go.

    Only went to Geroges in the day and nothing much then but regulars told me still plenty of action from 7.00pm onwards.

    O'Hagans was great - pretty and flirtatious waitresses (they are not salaried but are on commission and tips so will try to get you to stay and tip them) and also saw quite a few good lookers who would give you a look and a smile.

    Also for the first time had the chance to put to test the old theory that you do not need to look for a pro - something I was a bit sceptical about. However twice without trying to hard I had success with one sending a friend over to offer me her number after a brief flirt and another dropping unsubtle hints about meeting again after she initially starting the conversation - both stunners about half my age. Wished I was single at that moment.

    I love this city and would recommend it - it's hassle free, lots of nice girls, and not expensive compared to the UK. Getting around can be a problem as not too many taxis but I guess it would be easy to get one for your time there and stick with them. I have a car while I am there and it usually takes me all my time to figure it out.

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  8. #27

    Girl friendly spots

    I will be in Gaborone in November stay for a short while. Any wild child I can look up?. I will be staying at the Grand Palm Hotel (is it girl friendly?). I have had some luck in SA (JHB) not so much in Zim.

  9. #26

    Network

    Quote Originally Posted by Archangel8166, 04-16-09
    ...
    Georgeís Tavern (also known as the Scottish Bar opposite Broadhurst Primary School). Nice bar with typical African ambiance. Always has African or American Hip-Hop music playing during the week, and live music on the weekends. Cold beer and a limited menu (pizza and burgers)...
    I found that the menu at George's Tavern actually is quite decent. A few expats go there for lunch.

    Pulled a WG from there one night. Had stayed till closing time and it was impossible to get a cab so the bartender drove us to the hotel. Had been attracted by the size of the rack, but had forgotten that huge African boobs often are kind of 'evasive', like liquid in you hands.

    Seems that you are expected to have a sexual network, though, in Botswana.
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  10. #25

    Francistown

    Again in Francistown with no lack of pussy. Just be friendly to the girls and soon you will find one. Best place for me was the Diggers (O'Hagons) Restaurant any day of the week, for pro's the Galo Shopping Centre area at night. Pay about US$ 25 for a night. Short term about half of that. I play around with about 10 regular ladies, this add a lot of spice. For more spice I will sometimes pick a new one. For good hotels you pay about US$ 60 - 80 (double). I usually book a double to avoid any hassles.

  11. #24
    [QUOTE=Archangel8166]Nice report: your writing is very good. too bad there are no pics of those wonderful, busty ladies!

  12. #23

    Hi Arch!

    this is a great report. you did your homework pretty well. the only thing surprised me in your report is the amount you had to pay. i checked some of the places in your report on my last visit and i was never quoted more than 80 bwp (10 us$). the zimbabwean ladies i met quoted 60 bwp (which was the most i paid). anyway, i wasn't looking for all night service, an hour service was all i needed and i would take them to my hotel room and enjoy the service.

    all in all, your report is great just don't pay too much!!

    Quote Originally Posted by archangel8166
    gentlemen, this report describes the situation in gaborone, botswana from early january to early april, 2009. i was working there for 13 weeks, and based on the time i spent in gaborone, the following summary covers the information most likely to be of interest to like minded individuals such as your selves.

    botswana is an english speaking country in southern africa. itís bordered by south africa, namibia and zimbabwe. gaborone is a bustling, modern city and the seat of power for one of africa's most successful economies. botswana is the success story of black africa. after independence in the 70ís they discovered some of the largest diamond mines in the world. there has been a major improvement in living standards from the countries to the north. the country has good roads, good cars, nice hotels, and overall nice people. gabs, as it is affectionately known, lies off botswana's safari circuit. it's in the more populous and better-watered southeast. and is usually seen as a stopover for tourists on their way to mokolodi, the okavango delta or chobe national park.

    gaborone is only 15km or about a 30-minute drive from the south african border post at tlokweng, and a 45 minute flight from johannesburg. both pretoria and johannesburg are a 4-hour drive so getting away for the weekend is relatively easy and can be a nice change of pace. since itís a landlocked country, almost everything is imported in from south africa. many of the south african chains are present there (pick n pay, shop rite, wimpy, nandos, debonnaire pizza, kfc, woolworths, etc.) so thereís no shortage of food items or other consumer goods. beer is plentiful and includes saint louis (brewed in botswana), along with heineken, castle, windhoek, miller, peroni, and amstel.

    a point of clarification. the country is called botswana. the people (2 or more) are referred to as batswana, and a person (male or female) from botswana is called a motswana.

    during my time in botswana the exchange rate was between 7. 50 and 8. 00 botswana pula (bwp) to 1. 00 usd.

    gaborone is relatively small (compared to other capitals) and thereís not a lot to do. during the week things can be very slow and even boring at times. although there are things happening during the week, everyone seems to live for the weekends.

    based on the 3 months i spent in gaborone, itís not a great place to monger, but there are limited opportunities available. imho, the attitudes of motswana women are not always the best. as a rule they love to drink, are drama queens who get jealous quickly, and love to argue over things of little or no consequence. i actually preferred the zimbabweans that were available, since it was usually a lot less hassle, fewer headaches and better sessions.

    if you like dark skinned women with large breasts and asses, there are some lovely ones here. there are also a number of mixed race women here, and/or women with lighter complexions, which also adds to the variety thatís available. the prices quoted by many of the women typically started around 500. 00 bwk or about 65. 00 usd, but then quickly fell when i showed little interest or looked elsewhere. perhaps itís the close proximity to south africa, or the strong economy, but p4p here is more expensive that in the surrounding countries of zambia, zimbabwe and mozambique where iíve worked before.

    in the interest of full disclosure, i should also note that a lot of my time was spent with just one woman, a non-pro motswana that i met by chance at the hotel bar. she was a fashion designer by profession, very attractive, had a nice body, a nice attitude, and was fantastic in bed. overall, it was a very gfe, and the few arguments we had occurred because of her jealousy, or when she drank too much. the sex was always good and usually included bbbj/cim, sex with a condom, and multiple positions and pops. she also enjoyed anal. all in all, it was great sex, a lot of fun, and some of the best sessions i had during my time there, in spite of the drama and headaches.

    arriving horny and having very limited background information, i initially paid 300 bwk (40. 00 usd) a few times during my first couple of weeks in town, but quickly learned that the prices were cheaper (especially for women from zimbabwe). after that i usually ended up paying no more than 250. 00 bwp (33. 00 usd) for an all night, multi-pop session in my hotel room.

    hotels:

    although there are a number of hotels and lodges around town, imo there are 5 decent ones in gaborone. these include the walmont ambassador (grand palm) hotel and casino, the metcourt at the grand palm, the gaborone sun hotel and casino, the mondior summit, and the cresta president (at the main mall). the phakalane golf estate hotel is outside of town, and although itís a nice hotel, itís not very convenient. all of them are in the 70. 00 to 110. 00 usd range. the grand palm is my personal preference because i like the location, grounds and layout of the hotel. all these hotels are girl friendly except the gaborone sun, where you are required to register the girl and pay an extra 90. 00 bwp (12. 00 usd) a night. the gab sun is the only hotel that included breakfast in the cost of the room, so in the other 3 itís an additional charge. i started out at the gab sun but moved to the grand palm for this reason, and never had any issues after that. i never tried any of the lodges around town, but my motswana friend lived in one out by the riverwalk mall, and it was more like a small apartment and very basic.

    the best bets to find working girls are the bars at the grand palm, gab sun, and the president. they are usually available every night, but friday and saturdays have more available. the grand palm has live music every night except saturday and sunday. the mondior doesnít have a bar since the news cafť is located outside in the same compound. i pulled women from the bars at both the grand palm and gab sun several times. the typical cost was 200. 00 to 250. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) for a multi pop all night session. once i paid 300. 00 bwp (40. 00 usd) for a mixed race beauty from south africa that turned out to be a great performer, with an excellent attitude and skill set. unfortunately i never saw her again but the great memory i have of that session reminds me that it was money that was well spent.

    bars:

    in gaborone, most of the bar scene activity is on friday and saturday. of course, the bars are open during the week, but except for the weekend, most nights are relatively quiet, and the selection can be limited. please note that the following doesnít include all the venues available, but only the ones that i felt were worth mentioning.

    bull and bush (seboni road, madibeng, next to the maharaj restaurant). this is the most popular bar in gaborone and a very relaxed place with a good and varied menu; and lots of cold beer. seating is in a partially covered outdoor garden area, or inside at the bar and around a few tables. there's always some sports event on the tvs inside, usually english premier league football or south africa rugby. thereís live music in the garden on weekends, and thereís a dj that plays music with dancing on friday and saturday nights. this is probably the best punting venue in gaborone, and there is always a good selection of women (motswana and zimbabwean) on friday and saturday nights. the opening prices typically start at 500. 00 bwp, but always drop quickly since there are a lot of women around and the competition is a useful reality check. prices for all night range between 200. 00 to 300. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) depending on the looks, age, etc. i took a number of different women from here and never paid more than 250. 00 bwp (33. 00 usd) for an all night session.

    the tavern (under the maidol indian restaurant on nyerere drive) Ė nice bar with typical african ambiance. the action here is so-so during the week, but really picks up on friday and saturday nights. there is african and/or american hip-hop music during the week. saturday night is the busiest since they have karaoke. plan to go before 2100 since the place has limited seating and it gets very crowded quickly. this is also a good punting venue with a nice selection of motswana and zimbabwean women. again, prices for all night range between 200. 00 to 300. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) depending on the looks, age, etc. , of the woman. i took several different zimbabwean women from here and never paid more than 250. 00 bwp (33. 00 usd) for an all night multi-pop session. all were good performers and there was never any drama or headaches. once i negotiated a bbbj/cim in the backseat of my car outside in the car park (parking lot) for 100. 00 bwp (13. 00 usd) with a zimbabwean woman when the bar closed at midnight.

    georgeís tavern (also known as the scottish bar opposite broadhurst primary school). nice bar with typical african ambiance. always has african or american hip-hop music playing during the week, and live music on the weekends. cold beer and a limited menu (pizza and burgers). during the week it can be hit and miss, and the quality varies, but there are always women here every friday and saturday night. itís a small place and can get very crowded on weekends. prices for all night range between 200. 00 to 250. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) depending on the looks, age, etc. i took several different women from here and never paid more than 200. 00 bwp (26. 00 usd) for an all night session. twice i was able to negotiate a bbbj/cim in the backseat of my car outside in the car park with different women for 100. 00 bwp (13. 00 usd) when the bar closed at midnight.

    the tavern (across from tonyís serviced apartments) Ė along the lines of a liquorama described below, this place is one of several in this small area. my motswana friend showed it to me and referred to it as her "local bar". itís a local crowd and friday and saturday nights are very busy and thereís action in the car park. i stopped by several times on saturday afternoons and was able to hook-up for st sessions with women that were hanging around drinking. i never paid more than 150. 00 bwp (26. 00 usd) for a 2-hour afternoon session at my hotel, and several times there was no charge outside of buying a few drinks.

    liquorama. these are the little stores that sell beer, wine and spirits. they are rep001tered all over town and at night you typically find people outside in the car park drinking, talking and socializing. there are usually unattached women hanging around these places that are willing to provide services in the back seats of cars. i checked out a couple but imo, the quality of the women is not that high, and hygiene and security are other considerations that make this a less attractive option that those mentioned above.

    shebeens. there are also a number of local african bars around town called "shebeens" where most of the traditional brews are sold (chipuku) that always have women circulating around them (known locally as mosquitoes). however, they can be rough places, and for security reasons i wouldnít advise going there unless you went with a local to show you around. also, this is bottom feeding, and the quality (looks, hygiene, health, etc.) of these "shebeen queens" isnít usually the highest.

    other bars (but not for serious mongers):

    o'hagans (game city mall) Ė the only irish pub in gaborone. typically has a more upscale crowd of expatriates and locals, a decent food menu, and cold beer. they have a dj on friday nights and in spite of there being no dance floor, thereís still dancing. there are some very attractive women here but itís more of a hit and miss place, since most of the women here are non-pros. the ambiance is ok but if you are on the hunt, the first 3 venues listed above offer better opportunities.

    dros (molapo crossing) Ė this is a south african chain with a sports bar theme, and always has football showing on the tvs inside. again, itís more of an upscale crowd and can be hit and miss since most of the women are non-pro. although the menu is decent and the beers are cold, for serious mongers, the opportunities are better elsewhere.

    kwest (main mall) Ė small place with limited seating, but offers some ok views of activity along the main mall. clients are mostly locals, and itís more hit and miss with the women, but you can see some nice ones here. every time i went there i was with my motswana friend so never managed to hook-up with anyone.

    millennium jazz restaurant (mogoditshane) Ė this was my usual hangout on sunday afternoons. itís a trendy place with live jazz music but not really a venue to troll for women. however, there are always a lot of nice, attractive women around listening to music and socializing. i usually went there with my motswana friend, but did manage to exchange telephone numbers and hook-up with one of the waitresses for several st sessions at my hotel during the week. there was no charge but i always paid for her taxi fare (50. 00 bwp or 6. 50 usd).

    lizard lounge (near the village) Ė trendy bar with african and american hip-hop music. gets busy on the weekends, but not for serious mongers.

    q-bar (phakalane) Ė nice upscale bar with a dj and dancing on saturday nights (itís usually the dj that plays at oíhagans on friday nights). since itís out of town, itís not that convenient unless you live or are staying out there. lots of attractive non-pro women but not for serious mongers.

    fashion lounge (phakalane) Ė trendy and upscale bar that is busy on the weekend. since itís out of town, itís not that convenient unless you live or are staying out there. lots of attractive non-pro women but not for serious mongers.

    casinos:

    the grand palm and gaborone sun are currently the only 2 in gaborone. every night and especially on the weekends you can find women hanging around the bars in both casinos. usually when the bars in the hotels close at midnight, the women gravitate over to the casino bars. the selection may be limited and quality might also be an issue, but depending on how late it is, deals can easily be made. i never tried to pick-up any women in either casino but did see several leaving with residents that were staying in the respective hotels.

    transportation:

    there are a lot of reliable taxis so getting around is not a problem. all taxiĎs have blue-white number plates and a lighted taxi roof light. they are available at the major hotels and the prices are very reasonable. the best bet is to get a reference and some telephone numbers, and call when you need them.

    again, my experience in gaborone is limited and based on the 13 weeks i spent there between january and april 2009. if anyone has any specific questions that i may be able to answer, please feel to contact me. i hope this information is useful. best regards.

    archangel8166

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  13. #22

    Reply

    Sorry, I have not checked this forum since my return from Botswana.

    I opted for SW because there are so many of them and you can always negotiate your way around. I picked the two SWs at night around 11pm. The best places to pick up these SWs is from the bus stops. Starting from 6pm, a lot of SWs pretend to be waiting for public transport at the stops, just pull over and they will come over to your car. They always say they are "working" and just tell them to hop in to your car. I wasn't looking for all nighters, so I would just take them to my hotel room and do the deed.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Red Baron
    Thanks for this.

    Did you find these girls during the day or night?

    How did you identify the girls as SW? I had girls find excuses to talk to me every few hours while I was there. I was never sure what I was dealing with.

    Which hotel did you stay in?

    I found the Cresta President gave off anti-girl vibes, despite the free condoms in the rooms.

  14. #21

    Gaborone, Botswana - Trip Report

    gentlemen, this report describes the situation in gaborone, botswana from early january to early april, 2009. i was working there for 13 weeks, and based on the time i spent in gaborone, the following summary covers the information most likely to be of interest to like minded individuals such as your selves.

    botswana is an english speaking country in southern africa. itís bordered by south africa, namibia and zimbabwe. gaborone is a bustling, modern city and the seat of power for one of africa's most successful economies. botswana is the success story of black africa. after independence in the 70ís they discovered some of the largest diamond mines in the world. there has been a major improvement in living standards from the countries to the north. the country has good roads, good cars, nice hotels, and overall nice people. gabs, as it is affectionately known, lies off botswana's safari circuit. it's in the more populous and better-watered southeast. and is usually seen as a stopover for tourists on their way to mokolodi, the okavango delta or chobe national park.

    gaborone is only 15km or about a 30-minute drive from the south african border post at tlokweng, and a 45 minute flight from johannesburg. both pretoria and johannesburg are a 4-hour drive so getting away for the weekend is relatively easy and can be a nice change of pace. since itís a landlocked country, almost everything is imported in from south africa. many of the south african chains are present there (pick n pay, shop rite, wimpy, nandos, debonnaire pizza, kfc, woolworths, etc.) so thereís no shortage of food items or other consumer goods. beer is plentiful and includes saint louis (brewed in botswana), along with heineken, castle, windhoek, miller, peroni, and amstel.

    a point of clarification. the country is called botswana. the people (2 or more) are referred to as batswana, and a person (male or female) from botswana is called a motswana.

    during my time in botswana the exchange rate was between 7. 50 and 8. 00 botswana pula (bwp) to 1. 00 usd.

    gaborone is relatively small (compared to other capitals) and thereís not a lot to do. during the week things can be very slow and even boring at times. although there are things happening during the week, everyone seems to live for the weekends.

    based on the 3 months i spent in gaborone, itís not a great place to monger, but there are limited opportunities available. imho, the attitudes of motswana women are not always the best. as a rule they love to drink, are drama queens who get jealous quickly, and love to argue over things of little or no consequence. i actually preferred the zimbabweans that were available, since it was usually a lot less hassle, fewer headaches and better sessions.

    if you like dark skinned women with large breasts and asses, there are some lovely ones here. there are also a number of mixed race women here, and/or women with lighter complexions, which also adds to the variety thatís available. the prices quoted by many of the women typically started around 500. 00 bwk or about 65. 00 usd, but then quickly fell when i showed little interest or looked elsewhere. perhaps itís the close proximity to south africa, or the strong economy, but p4p here is more expensive that in the surrounding countries of zambia, zimbabwe and mozambique where iíve worked before.

    in the interest of full disclosure, i should also note that a lot of my time was spent with just one woman, a non-pro motswana that i met by chance at the hotel bar. she was a fashion designer by profession, very attractive, had a nice body, a nice attitude, and was fantastic in bed. overall, it was a very gfe, and the few arguments we had occurred because of her jealousy, or when she drank too much. the sex was always good and usually included bbbj/cim, sex with a condom, and multiple positions and pops. she also enjoyed anal. all in all, it was great sex, a lot of fun, and some of the best sessions i had during my time there, in spite of the drama and headaches.

    arriving horny and having very limited background information, i initially paid 300 bwk (40. 00 usd) a few times during my first couple of weeks in town, but quickly learned that the prices were cheaper (especially for women from zimbabwe). after that i usually ended up paying no more than 250. 00 bwp (33. 00 usd) for an all night, multi-pop session in my hotel room.

    hotels:

    although there are a number of hotels and lodges around town, imo there are 5 decent ones in gaborone. these include the walmont ambassador (grand palm) hotel and casino, the metcourt at the grand palm, the gaborone sun hotel and casino, the mondior summit, and the cresta president (at the main mall). the phakalane golf estate hotel is outside of town, and although itís a nice hotel, itís not very convenient. all of them are in the 70. 00 to 110. 00 usd range. the grand palm is my personal preference because i like the location, grounds and layout of the hotel. all these hotels are girl friendly except the gaborone sun, where you are required to register the girl and pay an extra 90. 00 bwp (12. 00 usd) a night. the gab sun is the only hotel that included breakfast in the cost of the room, so in the other 3 itís an additional charge. i started out at the gab sun but moved to the grand palm for this reason, and never had any issues after that. i never tried any of the lodges around town, but my motswana friend lived in one out by the riverwalk mall, and it was more like a small apartment and very basic.

    the best bets to find working girls are the bars at the grand palm, gab sun, and the president. they are usually available every night, but friday and saturdays have more available. the grand palm has live music every night except saturday and sunday. the mondior doesnít have a bar since the news cafť is located outside in the same compound. i pulled women from the bars at both the grand palm and gab sun several times. the typical cost was 200. 00 to 250. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) for a multi pop all night session. once i paid 300. 00 bwp (40. 00 usd) for a mixed race beauty from south africa that turned out to be a great performer, with an excellent attitude and skill set. unfortunately i never saw her again but the great memory i have of that session reminds me that it was money that was well spent.

    bars:

    in gaborone, most of the bar scene activity is on friday and saturday. of course, the bars are open during the week, but except for the weekend, most nights are relatively quiet, and the selection can be limited. please note that the following doesnít include all the venues available, but only the ones that i felt were worth mentioning.

    bull and bush (seboni road, madibeng, next to the maharaj restaurant). this is the most popular bar in gaborone and a very relaxed place with a good and varied menu; and lots of cold beer. seating is in a partially covered outdoor garden area, or inside at the bar and around a few tables. there's always some sports event on the tvs inside, usually english premier league football or south africa rugby. thereís live music in the garden on weekends, and thereís a dj that plays music with dancing on friday and saturday nights. this is probably the best punting venue in gaborone, and there is always a good selection of women (motswana and zimbabwean) on friday and saturday nights. the opening prices typically start at 500. 00 bwp, but always drop quickly since there are a lot of women around and the competition is a useful reality check. prices for all night range between 200. 00 to 300. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) depending on the looks, age, etc. i took a number of different women from here and never paid more than 250. 00 bwp (33. 00 usd) for an all night session.

    the tavern (under the maidol indian restaurant on nyerere drive) Ė nice bar with typical african ambiance. the action here is so-so during the week, but really picks up on friday and saturday nights. there is african and/or american hip-hop music during the week. saturday night is the busiest since they have karaoke. plan to go before 2100 since the place has limited seating and it gets very crowded quickly. this is also a good punting venue with a nice selection of motswana and zimbabwean women. again, prices for all night range between 200. 00 to 300. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) depending on the looks, age, etc. , of the woman. i took several different zimbabwean women from here and never paid more than 250. 00 bwp (33. 00 usd) for an all night multi-pop session. all were good performers and there was never any drama or headaches. once i negotiated a bbbj/cim in the backseat of my car outside in the car park (parking lot) for 100. 00 bwp (13. 00 usd) with a zimbabwean woman when the bar closed at midnight.

    georgeís tavern (also known as the scottish bar opposite broadhurst primary school). nice bar with typical african ambiance. always has african or american hip-hop music playing during the week, and live music on the weekends. cold beer and a limited menu (pizza and burgers). during the week it can be hit and miss, and the quality varies, but there are always women here every friday and saturday night. itís a small place and can get very crowded on weekends. prices for all night range between 200. 00 to 250. 00 bwp (26. 00 to 33. 00 usd) depending on the looks, age, etc. i took several different women from here and never paid more than 200. 00 bwp (26. 00 usd) for an all night session. twice i was able to negotiate a bbbj/cim in the backseat of my car outside in the car park with different women for 100. 00 bwp (13. 00 usd) when the bar closed at midnight.

    the tavern (across from tonyís serviced apartments) Ė along the lines of a liquorama described below, this place is one of several in this small area. my motswana friend showed it to me and referred to it as her "local bar". itís a local crowd and friday and saturday nights are very busy and thereís action in the car park. i stopped by several times on saturday afternoons and was able to hook-up for st sessions with women that were hanging around drinking. i never paid more than 150. 00 bwp (26. 00 usd) for a 2-hour afternoon session at my hotel, and several times there was no charge outside of buying a few drinks.

    liquorama. these are the little stores that sell beer, wine and spirits. they are rep001tered all over town and at night you typically find people outside in the car park drinking, talking and socializing. there are usually unattached women hanging around these places that are willing to provide services in the back seats of cars. i checked out a couple but imo, the quality of the women is not that high, and hygiene and security are other considerations that make this a less attractive option that those mentioned above.

    shebeens. there are also a number of local african bars around town called "shebeens" where most of the traditional brews are sold (chipuku) that always have women circulating around them (known locally as mosquitoes). however, they can be rough places, and for security reasons i wouldnít advise going there unless you went with a local to show you around. also, this is bottom feeding, and the quality (looks, hygiene, health, etc.) of these "shebeen queens" isnít usually the highest.

    other bars (but not for serious mongers):

    o'hagans (game city mall) Ė the only irish pub in gaborone. typically has a more upscale crowd of expatriates and locals, a decent food menu, and cold beer. they have a dj on friday nights and in spite of there being no dance floor, thereís still dancing. there are some very attractive women here but itís more of a hit and miss place, since most of the women here are non-pros. the ambiance is ok but if you are on the hunt, the first 3 venues listed above offer better opportunities.

    dros (molapo crossing) Ė this is a south african chain with a sports bar theme, and always has football showing on the tvs inside. again, itís more of an upscale crowd and can be hit and miss since most of the women are non-pro. although the menu is decent and the beers are cold, for serious mongers, the opportunities are better elsewhere.

    kwest (main mall) Ė small place with limited seating, but offers some ok views of activity along the main mall. clients are mostly locals, and itís more hit and miss with the women, but you can see some nice ones here. every time i went there i was with my motswana friend so never managed to hook-up with anyone.

    millennium jazz restaurant (mogoditshane) Ė this was my usual hangout on sunday afternoons. itís a trendy place with live jazz music but not really a venue to troll for women. however, there are always a lot of nice, attractive women around listening to music and socializing. i usually went there with my motswana friend, but did manage to exchange telephone numbers and hook-up with one of the waitresses for several st sessions at my hotel during the week. there was no charge but i always paid for her taxi fare (50. 00 bwp or 6. 50 usd).

    lizard lounge (near the village) Ė trendy bar with african and american hip-hop music. gets busy on the weekends, but not for serious mongers.

    q-bar (phakalane) Ė nice upscale bar with a dj and dancing on saturday nights (itís usually the dj that plays at oíhagans on friday nights). since itís out of town, itís not that convenient unless you live or are staying out there. lots of attractive non-pro women but not for serious mongers.

    fashion lounge (phakalane) Ė trendy and upscale bar that is busy on the weekend. since itís out of town, itís not that convenient unless you live or are staying out there. lots of attractive non-pro women but not for serious mongers.

    casinos:

    the grand palm and gaborone sun are currently the only 2 in gaborone. every night and especially on the weekends you can find women hanging around the bars in both casinos. usually when the bars in the hotels close at midnight, the women gravitate over to the casino bars. the selection may be limited and quality might also be an issue, but depending on how late it is, deals can easily be made. i never tried to pick-up any women in either casino but did see several leaving with residents that were staying in the respective hotels.

    transportation:

    there are a lot of reliable taxis so getting around is not a problem. all taxiĎs have blue-white number plates and a lighted taxi roof light. they are available at the major hotels and the prices are very reasonable. the best bet is to get a reference and some telephone numbers, and call when you need them.

    again, my experience in gaborone is limited and based on the 13 weeks i spent there between january and april 2009. if anyone has any specific questions that i may be able to answer, please feel to contact me. i hope this information is useful. best regards.

    archangel8166

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  15. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Hadecologne
    I was in Gaborone and had a chance to roam around. Managed to settle on two SWs on two different days, one in front of Gaborone Sun Hotel and another in Maruapula area. Donations were unbelievably quoted at $4. $5 for FS. I took up the two offers and had a great relaxing time. The two providers were of zimbabwean origin.
    Thanks for this.

    Did you find these girls during the day or night?

    How did you identify the girls as SW? I had girls find excuses to talk to me every few hours while I was there. I was never sure what I was dealing with.

    Which hotel did you stay in?

    I found the Cresta President gave off anti-girl vibes, despite the free condoms in the rooms.

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