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  1. #3605
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBigdog  [View Original Post]
    You can ask on the DR board, but as recently as a couple of months ago, Viagra and its genetic equivalent were available for sale at any pharmacy or even supermarket without a prescription. Pretty much any drug was.
    I remarked the information from a good source around 10 days ago, but I don't't remember from where. They said the prescription requirement is very recent. The most sold products are "la pela" and "mambo 36" and are cialis generica produced in the DR and last 36 hours. Many young folks take them and when the effect is not coming they take an overdose and many take alcohol meanwhile, so health is compromised. Good idea to consult the DR board.

  2. #3604

    Viagra and the DR

    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus1  [View Original Post]
    Interesting would be to read the autopsy report from the coroner at Pandia Hospital. If he was not murdered a cause of death could be heart stroke and then he felt into the water and the fishes began to eat into his flesh. So by the way a high percentage of the older expat population are very sexually active in Mtwapa and when they indulge in drinking alcohol excessively and use more or less viagra / vega the heart is at risk. Some people I know died for this reason. A bit crude statement but the young sexy girls can be dangerous for old men. Or men in general as I read recently a report that in the Dominican Republic viagra and similar are new only available on medical prescription because of abuse and excessive use by the YOUNG population.
    Still easy to get viagra over the counter in pharmacies and non pharmacies in Santo Domingo. There is generic and name brand (Pfizer) viagra as well as Cialis everywhere.

    I don't think many people die from viagra in the DR, or anywhere else (unless someone stupidly gives them nitrates, such as sublingual nitroglycerin). Nothing in life is totally risk free, not even sex.

  3. #3603

    Viagra easy to get without a prescription in DR

    You can ask on the DR board, but as recently as a couple of months ago, Viagra and its genetic equivalent were available for sale at any pharmacy or even supermarket without a prescription. Pretty much any drug was.

    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus1  [View Original Post]
    Interesting would be to read the autopsy report from the coroner at Pandia Hospital. If he was not murdered a cause of death could be heart stroke and then he felt into the water and the fishes began to eat into his flesh. So by the way a high percentage of the older expat population are very sexually active in Mtwapa and when they indulge in drinking alcohol excessively and use more or less viagra / vega the heart is at risk. Some people I know died for this reason. A bit crude statement but the young sexy girls can be dangerous for old men. Or men in general as I read recently a report that in the Dominican Republic viagra and similar are new only available on medical prescription because of abuse and excessive use by the YOUNG population.

  4. #3602
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheupe  [View Original Post]
    That might be; that he was murdered. Murders in Kenya are just about as common as they are in any other African country (or south American country, or even North American country. Judging from Paddocks latest handiwork).

    If that expat lived for long in Kenya and he was actually killed, may be it was probably not just because he was an expat, but because may be he tried to steal another man's wife or he did some other similarly aggressive thing. I know many expats happily living in Kenya who have not been found dead and are unlikely to be found dead because they try to keep safe. All I can say is that we should try to keep safen whatever we do. But sometimes shit just happens.
    Interesting would be to read the autopsy report from the coroner at Pandia Hospital. If he was not murdered a cause of death could be heart stroke and then he felt into the water and the fishes began to eat into his flesh. So by the way a high percentage of the older expat population are very sexually active in Mtwapa and when they indulge in drinking alcohol excessively and use more or less viagra / vega the heart is at risk. Some people I know died for this reason. A bit crude statement but the young sexy girls can be dangerous for old men. Or men in general as I read recently a report that in the Dominican Republic viagra and similar are new only available on medical prescription because of abuse and excessive use by the YOUNG population.

  5. #3601
    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Well. I saw CID pictures from the rear of the head.

    Clearly deep Machete wounds. But more convenient. Eaten by fish. Another case closed. But there was the case of a German woman which was stabbed several times. Of course it turned out to be suicide. The kenyan boyfriend inherited the house. That's how things are done in Kenya. A suitable kito kidogo. And nobody is interested in Expat murders. Bad publicity. So. He was eaten by fish. Hehe. Very convenient.
    That might be; that he was murdered. Murders in Kenya are just about as common as they are in any other African country (or south American country, or even North American country. Judging from Paddocks latest handiwork).

    If that expat lived for long in Kenya and he was actually killed, may be it was probably not just because he was an expat, but because may be he tried to steal another man's wife or he did some other similarly aggressive thing. I know many expats happily living in Kenya who have not been found dead and are unlikely to be found dead because they try to keep safe. All I can say is that we should try to keep safen whatever we do. But sometimes shit just happens.

  6. #3600

    Fish?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    It turned out to be no murder.

    What at first seemed to be knife stabbing wounds were found to be caused by fish eating from the body.

    So the man got into the water somehow and was found there.

    The owner of Safari Inn organized a ceremony and his ashes were spread into the Mtwapa Creek.

    A relief for the expat community.
    Well. I saw CID pictures from the rear of the head.

    Clearly deep Machete wounds. But more convenient. Eaten by fish. Another case closed. But there was the case of a German woman which was stabbed several times. Of course it turned out to be suicide. The kenyan boyfriend inherited the house. That's how things are done in Kenya. A suitable kito kidogo. And nobody is interested in Expat murders. Bad publicity. So. He was eaten by fish. Hehe. Very convenient.

  7. #3599

    Not murder after all

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Elderly Swiss man found murdered, but not robbed in Mtwapa.
    It turned out to be no murder.

    What at first seemed to be knife stabbing wounds were found to be caused by fish eating from the body.

    So the man got into the water somehow and was found there.

    The owner of Safari Inn organized a ceremony and his ashes were spread into the Mtwapa Creek.

    A relief for the expat community.
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  8. #3598
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Elderly Swiss man found murdered, but not robbed in Mtwapa.

    http://mobile.nation.co.ke/counties/...fit/index.html
    Yes. He lived 30 years there. Was murdered apparently when he was fishing. Not safe to be Swiss these days. Most of these jobs are inside jobs. Usually about money, jealousy, inheritance. A contract kill sets you back only a couple of 100 dollars. As a tourist you face primarily violent muggings. Just stay calm, hand over anything you have. The fire was near Bamburi beach resort. In most cases. Insurance fraud...

  9. #3597

    Swiss man murdered in Mtwapa

    Elderly Swiss man found murdered, but not robbed in Mtwapa.

    http://mobile.nation.co.ke/counties/...fit/index.html

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  11. #3595

    Fire

    Have one person information that 2 hotels in fire last weekend? This about Bamburi hotel end Indiana hotel.

  12. #3594
    Those SW are always around there Zimzam, they are in that area for the passing truck drivers and locals. No way you want to try them when plenty others floating around.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    I noticed some SW's around the corner of the main road to Malindi and the Links Road (the road that goes into Nyali). This is near the two malls (Nakumatt and Naivas) , just at the entrance of Bob's Bar.

    I have seen them on the street there in the weekend, haven't been there in the weekdays.

    I didn't talk to them, as I was with company.

    BTW, of all the clubs in that area (Anuba, the Lounge, Tapa's etc.) I believe Club Hypnotica has the best sound system. All these places don't have a proper dance-floor, as most people (mostly well-to-do Kenyans) come to drink. But every here & there people dance as they feel like.

    Hypnotica has the added advantage that you don't have to pay 1000 for entrance.

    If you come back later in the night to Casuarina you really see how run-down that place is, with a very run-down sound system.

    On the other hand, it seems that Nakumatt is slowly running bankrupt or something like that. I heard that some of their stores have closed and also in the Nyali branch more & more empty shelves can be seen.

  13. #3593

    SW's in Nyali

    I noticed some SW's around the corner of the main road to Malindi and the Links Road (the road that goes into Nyali). This is near the two malls (Nakumatt and Naivas) , just at the entrance of Bob's Bar.

    I have seen them on the street there in the weekend, haven't been there in the weekdays.

    I didn't talk to them, as I was with company.

    BTW, of all the clubs in that area (Anuba, the Lounge, Tapa's etc.) I believe Club Hypnotica has the best sound system. All these places don't have a proper dance-floor, as most people (mostly well-to-do Kenyans) come to drink. But every here & there people dance as they feel like.

    Hypnotica has the added advantage that you don't have to pay 1000 for entrance.

    If you come back later in the night to Casuarina you really see how run-down that place is, with a very run-down sound system.

    On the other hand, it seems that Nakumatt is slowly running bankrupt or something like that. I heard that some of their stores have closed and also in the Nyali branch more & more empty shelves can be seen.

  14. #3592
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    I found the place, asante sana!

    They have two models of smaller Toyota cars (I can't remember all these different model names}.

    They told me prices of 2500 to 3000 per day, probably cheaper if you rent for a longer period.

    I can give you telephone number and / or email / website by pm if you want.
    Yes 2500- up over I was meant to type, not 3500.

    Glad you found it.

  15. #3591

    Car hire in Mtwapa?

    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    May I ask: what cars is he renting out and how much is it per day?
    I found the place, asante sana!

    They have two models of smaller Toyota cars (I can't remember all these different model names}.

    They told me prices of 2500 to 3000 per day, probably cheaper if you rent for a longer period.

    I can give you telephone number and / or email / website by pm if you want.

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