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  1. #2691
    Quote Originally Posted by SceticoBlu  [View Original Post]
    I heard rumors concerning the train Nairobi-Mombasa that online booking will be available very soon.
    They have been saying this for weeks. They are extending the advance ticket purchase to 7 days as well as being able to pay in others ways too.

    By 2030 you might be simply able to buy a ticket online, it is the same old African shambles!

  2. #2690
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    They told me they plan to extend the service also to Nairobi.
    Neddy.
    I heard rumors concerning the train Nairobi-Mombasa that online booking will be available very soon.

  3. #2689
    Quote Originally Posted by Ari123  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    Found Maggy 23 from Tinder, looks good and its one of the options.

    Anybody here with some experiences about this girl.

    Thanks for help.

    Will comment after.

    Ari.
    Looks like an expensive hooker. Of course they pretend not to be. Always think where she has the money to buy expensive dress, smart phone etc. I stay away from girls with long nails.

    But make an interview. If she chooses chicken from the menue I the give her the boot right away. And if its the same maggy from tagged. Stay away. Starfish.

    Good luck. I prefer hunting in the street. WYSIWYG.

    Cheers.

  4. #2688

    Tinder Nairobi

    Hello,

    Found Maggy 23 from Tinder, looks good and its one of the options.

    Anybody here with some experiences about this girl.

    Thanks for help.

    Will comment after.

    Ari.
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  5. #2687
    Quote Originally Posted by NakedGunz  [View Original Post]
    ... He just might, however, see something enticing in and around Simmers at that time.
    Thanks you, I will check dolce or Florida or simmers.

  6. #2686
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    First of all, how much cost taxi from airport to downtown Nairobi? It is said in hotel info that they will provide shuttle taxi with 45 dollars, 4500 KSH.
    ....
    Price of taxi nowadays? Or should I use uber? I heard that in Mombasa taxi drivers don't let uber drivers to airport, how is it Nairobi?
    Uber can be used everywhere. As soon as I am landed uber is ordered, did it many time in MBA.

    Airport nbo to City shouldn't be more than 1000 ksh.

    You could check the rate here:

    uber.com/fare-estimate/

    But Be carefully. Uber killes People! Better take the first guy approaching you at the airport or ask your hotel whether they have an gardener.

  7. #2685
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    First of all, how much cost taxi from airport to downtown Nairobi? It is said in hotel info that they will provide shuttle taxi with 45 dollars, 4500 KSH.

    I did not book Eureka, although it was tempting, girl bar downstairs. And in internet hotel guests complaining about prostitutes and noise, sounds interesting place. But I could not find way to book it online, I found this info:

    "The Eureka Highrise Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya situated Tom Mboya St can be contacted by phone +254 20 247459.

    Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online. ".

    Instead I booked Kahama hotel, it was only about 35 dollars or 3500 KSh for night. It was quite near this Eureka, and I was frequenting Kahama before in Mombasa until I started to use Big Tree. But then I looked Google Map more carefully, Kahama Nairobi is next to roundabout, looks like there is nothing else near it, whatever I do I need to take taxi. So it looks like mistake. Well, it is paid already for two nights, so there I will stay.

    Price of taxi nowadays? Or should I use uber? I heard that in Mombasa taxi drivers don't let uber drivers to airport, how is it Nairobi?
    Leblon.

    I used regular taxi from CBD to Sykimau As I had luggage. Same as Airport 2000 ksh. In Mtwapa I use Uber now.

    No need to prebook these joints. I travel now for almost a month. I never found a fully booked hotel. In fact I never prebook. Check out Jumia Travel they have a number of cheap hotels in Nairobi. Check Aden City bay and Kima hotel. I passed the Kahama its in a crap location. Be aware that they overcharge room prices. I stay right now in Nakuru. The walk in rate was 700 ksh. But the rate on Jumia was 1250 ksh. For the same crappy room. So I like to search using Jumia but i check room first. I found a great hotel in Jinja for a song. And be careful with Uber too. People got killed at night using Uber. There is scams going on with fake number plates etc. Especially when you arrive at the airport with all your stuff.

  8. #2684
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    You arrive 2:30--it takes you 1 hour if you lucky to get through immigration and find your luggage. Then you need a cab to town. Till you there its about 5:00 in the monrning.
    If you know how to play on Badoo, just arrange a girl to wait on you at the hotel lobby.
    Good point concerning the airport. I just consider that luggage cluster fuck a big airport soduku puzzle to play upon arrival and exercise my gin soaked brain cells. You know, I don't think even a pic of Channing Tatum holding a bunch of Kenya shillings would coax one of these chiqs to come out and wait in a hotel at 5 AM. He just might, however, see something enticing in and around Simmers at that time.

  9. #2683
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    Price of taxi nowadays? Or should I use uber? I heard that in Mombasa taxi drivers don't let uber drivers to airport, how is it Nairobi?
    In Mombasa it is very well possible to get an Uber taxi from & to the airport, only they are not waiting inside the airport grounds. But there are almost always a few hanging around in the neighbourhood, who can be at the airport within a few minutes. I have used Uber many times now & I' m quite happy with it. You don't have to deal with the taxi-mafia waiting at the arrival gate & you will get a decent car with a decent driver for almost half of the kartel-price.

    I usually have a coffee at the airport cafe & ask the driver to come to the departure entrance.

  10. #2682
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Myself and Neddy are old hands in that country. Your sarcastic comment on our balanced answers to a newbie here on the board are totally uncalled for.

    Don't expect anything in future. Go fly kite!
    I am Kenyan and I am not afraid to be killed in Nairobi any more than I am afraid of being killed in Newyork. But someone should be listening to Neddy. He knows a lot of shit going down around Nairobi, Mombasa and many other places in Kenya. If he told me to go sleep, I would. Keep safe y'all.

  11. #2681
    Quote Originally Posted by Hanni02  [View Original Post]
    ...... but thanks for telling me something I already know.
    Myself and Neddy are old hands in that country. Your sarcastic comment on our balanced answers to a newbie here on the board are totally uncalled for.

    Don't expect anything in future. Go fly kite!

  12. #2680
    (messed up Naked Gunz quotes about times are changing).

    Quite a lot has changed. On my vists to Nairobi I used to go use Chesterhouse hotel, but then it got crazy expensive, both room rate and prize to take girl. So I changed to use Terminal hotel (quite a drop of hotel quality).

    I went to Nakumat to buy food and drinks, Simmers for afternoon girls and Madhouse for the night. I never went to any other place.

    Only Simmers exists anymore, Terminal and Madhouse are gone. I don't know if Nakumat is open anymore, last time in Mombasa they did not have insect repellent anymore. In Dar I could not buy water from Nakumat, they had only 10 liter bottles. I heard that in Bamburi Nakumat they did not have toilet paper, sounds like Venezuela.

    I guess I will now just hangaround in that street where is Black Diamond and some other clubs, like a good musungu tourist.

  13. #2679

    How much taxi from airport? I took Kahama hotel at the end

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    You can use Eureka High Rise Hotel near Moi Avenue for 1700 ksh. But it is very noisy. Downstairs is Sabina Joy. Zero Stars... I believe Terminal still exists. But renovated and price jacked up. New management..
    First of all, how much cost taxi from airport to downtown Nairobi? It is said in hotel info that they will provide shuttle taxi with 45 dollars, 4500 KSH.

    I did not book Eureka, although it was tempting, girl bar downstairs. And in internet hotel guests complaining about prostitutes and noise, sounds interesting place. But I could not find way to book it online, I found this info:

    "The Eureka Highrise Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya situated Tom Mboya St can be contacted by phone +254 20 247459.

    Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online. ".

    Instead I booked Kahama hotel, it was only about 35 dollars or 3500 KSh for night. It was quite near this Eureka, and I was frequenting Kahama before in Mombasa until I started to use Big Tree. But then I looked Google Map more carefully, Kahama Nairobi is next to roundabout, looks like there is nothing else near it, whatever I do I need to take taxi. So it looks like mistake. Well, it is paid already for two nights, so there I will stay.

    Price of taxi nowadays? Or should I use uber? I heard that in Mombasa taxi drivers don't let uber drivers to airport, how is it Nairobi?

  14. #2678
    Thanks for your answers but I really only want to know which clubs are open at around 4 or 5 am weekends. No one? Free beer!

    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    If you want to get killed or robbed go ahead. Get a reliable Taxi driver to take you straight to a hotel with good security. And go to bed. The chicas are there next day too...
    In an outside Nairobi everyone is using uber (for years) so if you don't know even that. Olala. But thanks for your "You Die!" Post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Its your first time in Nairobi, it seems.

    You arrive 2:30--it takes you 1 hour if you lucky to get through immigration and find your luggage. Then you need a cab to town. Till you there its about 5:00 in the monrning.

    If you know how to play on Badoo, just arrange a girl to wait on you at the hotel lobby.

    If you don't know, just go sleep. LOL.
    Actually its my second time in NBO, I wrote it in my text. But am an experienced MBA, dar, ebb (Kampala) "night arrival go to club" monger, but thanks for telling me something I already know.

  15. #2677

    Late night arrival

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanni02  [View Original Post]
    I will arrive one Saturday morning 2:30 am at Nbo.

    And my plan is to head to a club after checkin at hotel.

    So someone knows which Clubs are open 3, 4 and 5 am (and crowded).

    I prefer clubs like naiz oder casaurina in mombasa.

    I was in Nairobi once for one night and visited a very nice club but I forget the name.

    Google map says it was 11 Koinange St. Maybe Dolce CLub iam not sure. Is that still open?

    Best regards.
    If you want to get killed or robbed go ahead. Get a reliable Taxi driver to take you straight to a hotel with good security. And go to bed. The chicas are there next day too...

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