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  1. #695
    Quote Originally Posted by Arabian  [View Original Post]
    This is bullshit, as far as I know this rubbish newspapers are highly condemned here in Tanzania nowadays, they are doing this in purpose of getting money, they can follow you and sniff you like a dog or most of the time girls themselves are evolved. The girls call paparazzi, tell them the situation, the meeting place, after the job girls get money from the newspaper editors. Tomorrow the paper is out and selling more. Friends you have to be careful
    Anyone have advice on how to avoid such situations? Avoid students? Or what?

  2. #694

    Informartion on safe girl frndly hotel and accesible night clubs

    Hi guys I will be in Dar for 3 nights, please help me with a girlferindly safe hotel and place to find semi pros and non pros and easily accesible to Dar airport.

  3. #693
    Quote Originally Posted by Kuma Pamper  [View Original Post]
    That story is great, and I believe him I have memories of many similiar events in my life, africa have the best and worst stories.
    Kuma Pamper, we know its true mate. You are so right, Africa does have the best and, sadly the worst stories. Wish I had my pics to post. Am working on it, the drive they are on broke but I can recover.

  4. #692

    Yes it is true

    Quote Originally Posted by JovanBgd  [View Original Post]
    Pal, no offense, but I really got to ask! Did this really happen or it's a dream or maybe a good LSD / weed trip? I mean this sounds just so damn good to be true!
    That story is great, and I believe him I have memories of many similiar events in my life, africa have the best and worst stories.

  5. #691

    Still in Dar

    Hi Bashaa You still in Dar?

  6. #690
    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeynator  [View Original Post]
    Use google translate.

    http://www.globalpublishers.info/pro...ungu-afumaniwa

    The pics say all.
    This is bullshit, as far as I know this rubbish newspapers are highly condemned here in Tanzania nowadays, they are doing this in purpose of getting money, they can follow you and sniff you like a dog or most of the time girls themselves are evolved. The girls call paparazzi, tell them the situation, the meeting place, after the job girls get money from the newspaper editors. Tomorrow the paper is out and selling more. Friends you have to be careful

  7. #689

    Recently in Dar.

    Use google translate.

    http://www.globalpublishers.info/pro...ungu-afumaniwa

    The pics say all.

  8. #688

    Recently in Dar.

    Last edited by Bajuni; 03-14-14 at 08:37. Reason: Link not working

  9. #687
    Quote Originally Posted by Arabian  [View Original Post]
    Club 71 really nice one, I like it although some time it becomes deserted. Unfortunately I will be out of town in this coming weekend and I will be available next week.

    Please play safe.
    Noted Fellow!

  10. #686

    Club 71

    Club 71 really nice one, I like it although some time it becomes deserted. Unfortunately I will be out of town in this coming weekend and I will be available next week.

    Please play safe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bashaa  [View Original Post]
    Guys I will be in Dar this weekend, can we meet for some great time?

    Lets party at Club71 at Kibo complex, Tegeta.

  11. #685
    Quote Originally Posted by Arabian  [View Original Post]
    Yes I am in Dar, yes may be we can have that one day. Warm Welcome
    Quote Originally Posted by Szympans28  [View Original Post]
    Hi Arabian,

    Do you live in dar? Maybe we can have a few beers one day? I am new here.
    Guys I will be in Dar this weekend, can we meet for some great time?

    Lets party at Club71 at Kibo complex, Tegeta.
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  12. #684

    Holiday In City Dar

    Rooftop bar is nice with good music and semi-pros popping in.

    The hotel is GF. I stay there on all my visits and never faced any problem.

    If you want to go and find a catch of the night go to Aisha club or Jolly.

    I love Dar.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Sean  [View Original Post]
    I will be in DSM mid March for 9 days. Pleasure trip, and my first visit in Africa ever.

    The first 3 days I will stay at Holiday Inn city centre, booked a double room.

    Earlier posts report that their bar is also used by (mid scale) providers, but does anyone know if the hotel itself is GF, any guest policy restrictions, joiner fees etc?

    Are there any notable action otherwise in that neighbourhood?

    In particular, what are the chances in DSM for daytime rendezvous with non-pro's looking for sideline bonuses? I read it's happening in eg. Nairobi, but how about DSM?

    Should I look for relocating to a more vibrant area after the first couple of days, eg. Sinza, any suggestions?

    As I understand it, the beach areas are mostly residential, and not safe?

    Sorry for these questions,

    But I have already been through several years backlog in this thread.

    Honestly, did I make the right decision on going to DSM for my first visit in the region, or should I hit the first bus up to Mombasa or get a flight to Nairobi?

  13. #683
    Quote Originally Posted by Arabian  [View Original Post]
    I agree with my fellow friend below, I have been here since 2007, I think Mombasa is good compare to dsm better go there you can catch a bus to Mombasa or even Precision Air (local airline) and take you there.
    Thanks for your recommendations.

    Just FYI, I have put my trip on hold, and planning for a proper Kenya visit later, maybe with a short ride to Arusha too, that can be reached from Nairobi.

  14. #682

    Dsm

    I agree with my fellow friend below, I have been here since 2007, I think Mombasa is good compare to dsm better go there you can catch a bus to Mombasa or even Precision Air (local airline) and take you there.

    Sorry for these questions,

    But I have already been through several years backlog in this thread.

    Honestly, did I make the right decision on going to DSM for my first visit in the region, or should I hit the first bus up to Mombasa or get a flight to Nairobi?[/QUOTE]

  15. #681
    After having stayed on that coast for two years, I would advise you to go to Mombasa instead.

    City beaches in Dar are few and crap, traffic is horrible and mongering not half the fun as it is in Mombasa.

    Take the bus, preferably Thameed which leaves nearby the City Center and has a nice coach, especially the VIP seats.

    In the center theres is Bilicanas club which is full of working girls, try also the bar in Hyatt Regency called Level 8. Very nice place, but european prices. If lucky you can find a lovely but high priced bird there too.

    Food wise don't miss the Badminton Club called Bimbis in town. Very nice and delicious indian food.

    Not much to see in Dar really, I would not even stay three days unless you arrive on a weekend.

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