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  1. #87

    Tradition

    Quote Originally Posted by Slaol  [View Original Post]
    This was an old tradition in parts of Africa some fifty years back now perhaps discontinued. African travellers would place his spear at the door of a hut and be pleasured by the women. The husband simply found elsewhere to insert his schlong, perhaps with a lower ranking mans wife. On a similar note, I have an understanding with my Sipedi darling that she pleasure as many men and women while I'm gone for several years LOL. I too have an agreement with her that she would pleasure any of our guests in the future, she is very enthusiastic about this, of course ladies will be delivered to me by Sipedi darling as I don't want to be left out.
    As far as I know still standard practice with the Massai. Perfectly normal. If a Massai man is far away from his manyatta he is hosted by another village of course he is offered one of the wives of his host. I also read reports that its still common to be offered a village girl in remote villages at the shores of Lake Tanganjika.

    Neddy.

  2. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Terry. You like to spread "fake news"?

    I been there in northern Namibia this spring, driving from from the Etosha Pan, did camp on the Omungunda Camp Site. It is a sort of living museum. The Museum acts as a traditional school for guests and for the children of the own community alike and at the same time it is an income generating institution. The tribe people run round naked, do their dances for the tourist groups and cash in entrance fees.

    But by no chance you can stay in their homestead and fuck their girls.

    In future tell us stories you did experience by yourself -- but don't copy articles with no other contents then getting clicks on the Guardian website.
    From what I understand this is a forum where we share information, there's not much FRs for Southern Africa so sometimes if I come across a relevant article I submit for the benefit of other mongers. I even quoted my source "The Guardian".

    You accuse me of spreading fake news what other fake news have I ever spread. Take a leaf from Slaol's response that is a very informative response and by the way I don't take orders from you on what to post and what not to post.

    Happy Mongering you fake Forum Supervisor.

  3. #85
    This was an old tradition in parts of Africa some fifty years back now perhaps discontinued. African travellers would place his spear at the door of a hut and be pleasured by the women. The husband simply found elsewhere to insert his schlong, perhaps with a lower ranking mans wife. On a similar note, I have an understanding with my Sipedi darling that she pleasure as many men and women while I'm gone for several years LOL. I too have an agreement with her that she would pleasure any of our guests in the future, she is very enthusiastic about this, of course ladies will be delivered to me by Sipedi darling as I don't want to be left out.

  4. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by Terry09  [View Original Post]
    If you ever find yourself in Namibia, it would be interesting to take time off your busy diary to visit the people of Ovahimba and Ovazimba tribes in the Kunene and Omusati regions in the North of the country.

    According to the Guardian, ...
    Terry. You like to spread "fake news"?

    I been there in northern Namibia this spring, driving from from the Etosha Pan, did camp on the Omungunda Camp Site. It is a sort of living museum. The Museum acts as a traditional school for guests and for the children of the own community alike and at the same time it is an income generating institution. The tribe people run round naked, do their dances for the tourist groups and cash in entrance fees.

    But by no chance you can stay in their homestead and fuck their girls.

    In future tell us stories you did experience by yourself -- but don't copy articles with no other contents then getting clicks on the Guardian website.

  5. #83

    Namibian tribe that offers wife to guests

    If you ever find yourself in Namibia, it would be interesting to take time off your busy diary to visit the people of Ovahimba and Ovazimba tribes in the Kunene and Omusati regions in the North of the country.

    According to the Guardian, members of this tribe have an interesting way of showing their 'hospitality' to their guests. Apparently, when a visitor comes around, the man of the house will show his approval and pleasure of seeing his guest by giving him the Okujepisa Omukazendu treatment.

    This practice literally means that the man willingly gives his wife to his guest to spend the night with, while he the husband sleeps in another room. What's more, in a case where there is no available room, the husband will sleep outside. The woman has little or no opinion in the decision making. Submission to her husband comes first. She has an option of refusing to sleep with the visitor but has to sleep in the same room.

    The woman is also entitled to give her visiting friends to her husband, although this rarely happens.

    The 'benefits' of this tradition include reducing jealousy and fostering relationships.

  6. #82

    Easy peacy.

    Spent a lot of time investigating before my trip to Namibia, but first there, I found it easy to find girls all over. Swakopmund has it's own street with girls, not many though, but 5-6 of them.

    In Windhoek I stayed first at Avani, later at Roof of Africa. The streetscene in W take place right outside the garage behind the Avani building. Many of them are from Zimbabwe. Security at all doors and gates, and never tried to bring a girl to the room.

    At Roof of Africa pro / semipros hang out in the bar, and want contact. Nice place, near Joes Beerhouse. At Joes you also find pro's, but they close at midnight. You might find that a bit to early.

    Then you have the nightclubs, wich I never tried this time.

  7. #81

    You remember correctly.

    Quote Originally Posted by HDN2015  [View Original Post]
    2 years ago, I met nice hookers in Swakopmund: corner Tobias hainyeko X Libertina Amathila Ave.
    They are still around there. Now numbering 5 or 6. A few are so-so and a few quite fat. Good luck buddy.

  8. #80

    Back in the days.

    2 years ago, I met nice hookers in Swakopmund: corner Tobias hainyeko X Libertina Amathila Ave.

  9. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by MadForPlay  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I was there a week ago and no problem. Just go up to the skybar and operate from there. Not to difficult.
    I will be there next week. Are there pro's? Whats there rate?

    Or does anyone know a streetscene there -or a hidden brothel for a quickie?

    I don't have the time to spend hours in a bar or with a date --as I travel in a group. But wish to score in that country, I never scored before.

  10. #78

    Hilton Windhoek.

    Quote Originally Posted by Teacup  [View Original Post]
    It was fine about three years ago when I was there.
    Hi,

    I was there a week ago and no problem. Just go up to the skybar and operate from there. Not to difficult.

  11. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by Cambodianpot  [View Original Post]
    Anyone able to advise?
    Organic guest house in swaopmund but you pay for double occupancy. Though I had a threesome good luck mate.

  12. #76

    Guest Friendly Hotels / Guest Houses in Swakopmund / Walvis Bay.

    Anyone able to advise?

  13. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggyboy  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Do anyone of you know if Hilton in Windhoek is girl friendly, or should I choose a different location. I'm not the posh type, but will have the damage paid. I rather choose a girl friendly place over fancy, but both is best.

    Thanks for any advice.

    Shaggy.
    It was fine about three years ago when I was there.

  14. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggyboy  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Do anyone of you know if Hilton in Windhoek is girl friendly, or should I choose a different location. I'm not the posh type, but will have the damage paid. I rather choose a girl friendly place over fancy, but both is best.

    Thanks for any advice.

    Shaggy.
    I was also looking for the same. I've booked into the Avani more in hope that on any good info.

  15. #73

    Girl friendly hotels. Windhoek.

    Hi guys,

    Do anyone of you know if Hilton in Windhoek is girl friendly, or should I choose a different location. I'm not the posh type, but will have the damage paid. I rather choose a girl friendly place over fancy, but both is best.

    Thanks for any advice.

    Shaggy.

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