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  1. #3577

    3 days

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil1687  [View Original Post]
    Hey people,

    Leaving for Mombasa on the 11th. My first trip there. Haven't booked a hotel yet as I am still torn between Mtwapa or Bamburi. Been RTFF for ages but still not able to make up my mind. Its a 3 day pure mongering trip. Will be glad of any suggestions.

    The.
    Book in at Big Tree. No more than 3000 ksh. Right at the beach. I the try drag something ashore from the beach. But! Buyer beware. Loads of hardcore Malaya. Stay away from dressed up Chicas drinking wine. They eat you alive. Many Iin cahoots with Bamburi s finest. Try Anuba. Casuarina only for fun. Walk outside. Saw for example some chicas trying to get in. No pesa for entrance. That's what I like. Stay away from ANYTHING that approaches you. Shag safe. And at night. Use Uber taxi only.

    Neddy.

  2. #3576

    Mombasa Mission update

    Hi guys. Still alive. Elections over. Uhuru garnered 54% of the votes. A bit of Luo rioting in Kisumu and in some slum areas in Mombasa and Nairobi. Police shot 24 people. So by African standards quiet elections. Friday 9. Pm election results were announced. So time to kick out my meru kikuyu mix. She gave 10 days sterling service for about 7000 ksh. Time to drink some beers. There is a new joint called lions bar opposite eagles nest. Run by a Frenchman. After swapping stories I went to causarina. I enjoyed myself dancing and drinking tusker baridi and looking at all the wazungu newbies waiting to be ripped off by the Malayas. Some more intelligence. The place to be in Nyali is now Anuba bar on top of Naivas. FriSat there is always Nonpros hunting for wazungu husbands. In Mtwapa I shagged a luo ghetto booty which wanted to complement her income. Good service. F. ing sucking etc. Very dark skinned. Slightly sagging ass. And sloppy big tits. But hey for a grand. No complaints. But now I spotted a nice new waitress. Big tits nice ass tall. Today I ll take her number. A luhya from kakamega. And in Monday I ll leave the coast of lies and betrayal and make my way inland to the unexplored interior where few wazungu dare to tread.

    Neddy.

    Watch out for reports of the great EA f. K tour.

  3. #3575

    First time

    Hey people,

    Leaving for Mombasa on the 11th. My first trip there. Haven't booked a hotel yet as I am still torn between Mtwapa or Bamburi. Been RTFF for ages but still not able to make up my mind. Its a 3 day pure mongering trip. Will be glad of any suggestions.

    The.

  4. #3574

    Mtwapa Mission Update Wednesday Night

    Finally after settling all logistics, I went out night for a chica check to my favourite hounts. First of all. Chica numbers out at night were disappointing. Most ugly and hardcore. But I still had fun.

    Kendas. That place has unfortunately been converted. There used to be a central round bar with ugandan Strippers dancing on top. All gone. Dead. But great DJ. Latest Bongo tunes.

    Banhof. Calls themselves now Bistro? Empty converted. African flair gone.

    Casuarina. Dead except I was approached by some hardcores. And always the same 80's disco. Actually one with a very skinny tall body. Outrageous high heels. Had good chats Always inquire where the come from, which tribes etc. Chatting about politics. But hakuna deal.

    Naiz. That place was PACKED mostly men. Good live music. Lingala. Good african vibez, thanks god not converted. Just how I liked it. Was invited by three Massai chics. One the face was nothing to write about, but, the body and tits. I sank my eyes into that cleavage. Poor thing hat a tooth broken out as it is the customs. Had a lot fun chatting, almost took her home, but too hardcore. Drinking liquor nevertheless shaked her ass in front of me. She will not disappear. Mtwapa is small.

    Daytime hunting, I saw LOADS and I mean LOADS of potentials running around. Loads of sharply dressed chicas in broad daylight. Just sit in the morning at Toms bakery near Merry villas. There is a big sign COFFEE. And enjoy the traffic passing by.

    Last night I scored a 20 y old with KILLER body Meru. I chatted her up in one of the street joints in the afternoon, she was sitting there with to Rastas, actually I hardly talked to her as she told she is going back to Meru tomorrow. But. Fate intervened, One day later I ran into her in the morning, Invite for a soda, interview, date set in the evening. TOTALLY sweet GF experience. I think I will keep her over elections. DATY BBBJ Cowgirl finished in Mish. And we massaged each other after soaping together in the shower. Sweet A Cups. Send her on the way after some hours of enjoyment with 1000 ksh taximoney.

    So guys. Daytime hunting is the name of the game.

    Hakuna shida.

    Neddy.

    The Great EA F. Tour.

  5. #3573

    Krc

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry09  [View Original Post]
    That's a relief, I was not too pleased about the different train fares for locals and tourists. Very unfortunate that touts were buying and reselling the tickets.
    They seem not to know what they are doing, as on Saturday they stated 4000 ksh. Well its Africa.

  6. #3572
    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus1  [View Original Post]
    Kenya Railways announces through "Business Daily" dated 1st August 2017 that foreigners pay the same amount as the Kenyans I. E. 3000 KSh. For 1st class and 700 KSh. For 2nd. They stated no reason for the new policy.
    That's a relief, I was not too pleased about the different train fares for locals and tourists. Very unfortunate that touts were buying and reselling the tickets.

  7. #3571

    Train fares

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    According to an advert in the Saturday Nation by Kenya Railway Corporation states that:

    From 1st August on it is possible to book 7 days in advance. They stopped online booking as apparently loads of touts bought up tickets and resold them a a higher price. Further again Tourists are discriminated against again. All NON EAC citizens are being charged 4000 ksh versus Economy class costing 700 ksh and 1st class 3000 for locals. The only way to get a ticket is you have to physically get out to the stations which are in the middle of nowhere and buy a ticket well in advance. While the train is extremly comfortable and running on time, getting a ticket is a pain in the neck.
    Kenya Railways announces through "Business Daily" dated 1st August 2017 that foreigners pay the same amount as the Kenyans I. E. 3000 KSh. For 1st class and 700 KSh. For 2nd. They stated no reason for the new policy.

  8. #3570
    Quote Originally Posted by Tuddle  [View Original Post]
    Uber has made it really easy to move around and without the hassle of dealing with taxis with wazungu rates. Even if you get a normal taxi, just use the app to check how much the fare would be.
    Even cheaper than UBER is TAXIFY. It also has an app. Kenyans consider UBER expensive. You, as a foreigner, will still likely get a jacked price though. The GF ordered my Taxify to the airport, but he still asked for 300 more than the stated price. She reported him.

  9. #3569

    Apartment at Pirates Beach / Big Tree / Cheers

    Quote Originally Posted by DiverXXX  [View Original Post]
    Which hotel you stayed in Bamburi?

    Transportation cost from bamburi to mombasa town or mtwaba or any other beach you have been?

    Which transport: Bus / motorbike or taxi?

    Its easy to transport around those areas with tuk tuk mombasa style or something else?

    Travelling also solo in November and only issue I have is where to stay according transportation options, so I will be able to move around for sighseeing / swimming / street food and fun.
    Hello Driver,

    I wanted to send some information about 100 square meter and 2 bedroom apartment. But I can't PM you.

    Fennec.

  10. #3568
    I stay at Cowrie Shell apartments. Technically it turns out to be besides Bamburi beach, in a area called Shanzu. It's not a hotel, but serviced apartments. Nice standard and GF. It's located right in the middle between Mtwapa and Nyali so I like the location a lot. I recommend you to contact them directly for the best rates. They have a lot of vacancies these days, so you can get a really good deal! Other than that I have no recommendations as this is the only place I stayed at so far.

    Uber has made it really easy to move around and without the hassle of dealing with taxis with wazungu rates. Even if you get a normal taxi, just use the app to check how much the fare would be.

    The taxis are aware, so just show them the app and they will give you the ride for the same price. I tend to pay around 300-350 ksh going to either Mtwapa or City Mall (Sheba lounge etc).

    You can get a tuk-tuk for even less (ca 200 ksh), but considering the convience and comfort of Uber and or taxi it's not really worth the hassle. Cheapest option is boda boda which are motorbike taxis (same fare ca 100 ksh). I love them at rush hour since they will save you a lot of time if there's a traffic jam. However I'm a crazy MF and it can be really dangerous, especially at night. So this is not something that I recommend! As long as you stay anywhere north of Mombasa city, say between Nyali and Mtwapa, the distances are not very far. Whether you like the uptown vibe of the mall clubs or the dusty classic Afro vibes the Mtwapa clubs has to offer it will all be within easy reach without spending too much on transportation. Nyali, Bamburi, Shanzu and Mtwapa are all good places to stay IMHO.

    A little comment on the whole election thing. I spent some time drinking with a group that works with providing supplies for the UN forces. They told me that they are shutting down their operations for a week while the election is going on, and await to see how it will evolve. HOWEVER, this was not including the Mombasa area. It was in the more rural areas trouble is expected. So as long as you don't go hunting for village pussy while the election is going on and you'll probably be fine The Al-Shababs are more of a real and enduring threat to public safety then. But these days even the major cities in Europe is affected by the threat of terror so who gives a damn. I sure as hell won't.

    At BobBlack, Yes I've seen those girls and even chatted a bit with a few in Badoo. However it's seems tricky, the ones I've talked to don't frequent clubs and seem quite conservative to the whole dating / compensated dating thing. So so far, this is a can of worms I've refrained from opening. If anyone has some more experience hooking up with Arab girls in this area please comment.

    Quote Originally Posted by DiverXXX  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Tuddle for your update.

    I would like your help.

    Which hotel you stayed in Bamburi?

    Transportation cost from bamburi to mombasa town or mtwaba or any other beach you have been?

    Which transport: Bus / motorbike or taxi?

    Its easy to transport around those areas with tuk tuk mombasa style or something else?

    Travelling also solo in November and only issue I have is where to stay according transportation options, so I will be able to move around for sighseeing / swimming / street food and fun.

    Thanks in advance for your time.

  11. #3567

    Madaraka Express

    Quote Originally Posted by Mombie75  [View Original Post]
    You can only book the train 3 days in advance by queuing for tickets up to 10 am, you can buy off a tout but again only 3 days in advance. So easy to get in and out Mombasa if prepared to do this.
    According to an advert in the Saturday Nation by Kenya Railway Corporation states that:

    From 1st August on it is possible to book 7 days in advance. They stopped online booking as apparently loads of touts bought up tickets and resold them a a higher price. Further again Tourists are discriminated against again. All NON EAC citizens are being charged 4000 ksh versus Economy class costing 700 ksh and 1st class 3000 for locals. The only way to get a ticket is you have to physically get out to the stations which are in the middle of nowhere and buy a ticket well in advance. While the train is extremly comfortable and running on time, getting a ticket is a pain in the neck.

  12. #3566
    Quote Originally Posted by SerialFucker  [View Original Post]
    Who told you this bullshit? Today I booked a bus to Nairobi for Tuesday.
    I understand now it's only concerning the buses that go straight from Mombasa to Kisumu.

  13. #3565
    You can only book the train 3 days in advance by queuing for tickets up to 10 am, you can buy off a tout but again only 3 days in advance. So easy to get in and out Mombasa if prepared to do this.

  14. #3564

    Come to MBA

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Except me.
    I will come & have a look 3 weeks from now.

  15. #3563
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    I heard that all buses & trains out of Mombasa to Nairobi, Kisumu & the like are fully booked for at least 10 days to come.

    So there is no way to get out of Mombasa now before the elections, unless you have your own transport (or by plane maybe.).
    Who told you this bullshit? Today I booked a bus to Nairobi for Tuesday.

    Train can't be fully booked too as you can buy a ticket only for three days in advance.

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