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  1. #835
    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    - Are there street cafes with outdoor terraces, where you can sit and watch girls pass by? I missed this kind of things in Kenya.
    Nandos at kampala Road is the best.

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    Maybe there are places where lots of students or working girls go for lunch?
    African do not eat outside home its expensive stop thinking as you are in Thailand. For the african outside its a dream. However around kampala Road some girls eat but few.

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    Are there any cultural / street events? When I was in Cuba, every week people just got out to the street for mini-festivals for dancing and drinking. I was surprised there was nothing like this in Kenya, they just get drunk in noisy clubs with mtv shit music.
    You still at 30, 000 feet. Its not Cuba but speaking of Cuba I got some super model chocolate and some amazing white / blond cuban girls. I want to come back but I heard that its not as good as it was to be and the forum is half dead. Please advise!

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    is there a big mall where girls come to chill out, as they do in asia?
    Yes and no. Yes Nakummat has seriously good cafe with exelent food. No for the reason that its not MBK in Bangkok, so few girls there. Remember in Africa girls do not shop at malls they only dream about that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    is there a park where girls come to relax?
    Yes inside the university compound.

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    to your impression, which area of the city has most number of walking girls?
    Non relevant question. In taxi park area, but I got one girl after 10 hours of hunting in a whole week. Dense dosent mean good for mongering, it means chaos!

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    Generally, I think in Africa girls are hiding somewhere. In asia the girls / men ratio in the street is 7/3. In Africa its 1/10. So we just have to understand where they are hiding.
    Now you start to understand correctly. In my city in europe you see so many stunners at all ages just near my house. Not in Africa!

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    I agree with you about Rwanda. I'm in Nairobi but staying with a beautiful girl from Rwanda who I approached in the street. To what I understood Rwanda girls are more romantic and sophisticated and they have a nice art de vivre in Rwanda. So this country is on my list now.
    Again, using the internet I got some free babes with rounded asses. They are good source for info. You will enjoy uganda it is much better then kenya. We are waiting for your photo gallery. Good luck and best trip.

  2. #834

    Non-pros, semi-pros daytime

    John Palmer,

    If the street walking is not a good option then let's think what can be other daytime options.

    I will be there next week, flying from Nairobi. I will definetely avoid internet dating, in Kenya I was upset: girls look good on photos but not in real life.

    - Are there street cafes with outdoor terraces, where you can sit and watch girls pass by? I missed this kind of things in Kenya.

    - Maybe there are places where lots of students or working girls go for lunch?

    - Are there any cultural / street events? When I was in Cuba, every week people just got out to the street for mini-festivals for dancing and drinking. I was surprised there was nothing like this in Kenya, they just get drunk in noisy clubs with mtv shit music. Hope for Uganda.

    - is there a big mall where girls come to chill out, as they do in asia?

    - is there a park where girls come to relax?

    - to your impression, which area of the city has most number of walking girls?

    Generally, I think in Africa girls are hiding somewhere. In asia the girls / men ratio in the street is 7/3. In Africa its 1/10. So we just have to understand where they are hiding.

    I agree with you about Rwanda. I'm in Nairobi but staying with a beautiful girl from Rwanda who I approached in the street. To what I understood Rwanda girls are more romantic and sophisticated and they have a nice art de vivre in Rwanda. So this country is on my list now.

  3. #833

    Kampala Activities

    While in kampala my activities can be categorized as follows:

    Daytime mongering.

    Very Frustrating since not may girls in the street especially compare to kenya. In spite of my effort I got only one nice girl last time in her way to university. We stayed together for a week. In mombasa I got in average 3 girls from matattu / street / Nakumatt etc. My conclusion is to take this strategy easy.

    Clubbing:

    I normally focus on non pro hangout with only minor pro. The best way for that clubs is to come with a girl so she can introduce to you her friends and so on. Also if you come with a girl, other ladies are more interested so it easy to collect phone numbers. Some semi-pro girls there look like coming straight fro MTV video clip. In particular girls from Rawanda.

    Clubs at Kabalagala Strip are not my thing, I prefer the more normal places such as Ange Noir and club silk.

    Internet Dating:

    I got 10 girls from afro, good sex and great fun. The problem is they rarely look close to their photos which they are heavenly Photoshoped. As far as dating kenya has much better looking girls but statistically you can get more sex in kampala since the girls are less sophisticated and far less busy.

    So in summary for me staying in the busy area of kampala has no benefit. It is better to concentrate in dating and clubbing in a more out of the center location. Girls can come for a date from very far and distance is not a problem for them.

  4. #832
    When I last visited Uganda. 2 years ago, I had no problems using my debit card. I got cash in Kampala as well as smaller cities. If you are having problems, it might be with your bank. Perhaps, they are worried about the pattern of use with your card.

    Quote Originally Posted by Coalburner69  [View Original Post]
    Let me clarify my response. I'm not talking about using a credit card for purchases or cash advances. I'm talking about withdrawing cash using a debit card.

    In both Kenya and Uganda, I routinely withdraw cash from Barclay's and Standard Chartered banks using my foreign issued VISA debit card with no problem. It's even free of charge when I use Barclay's because of a reciprocal arrangement they have with my bank.

    So, if the OP is currently able to withdraw cash from his ATM card in Nairobi, then he should be able to do the same in Kampala as well.

  5. #831
    Quote Originally Posted by Coalburner69  [View Original Post]
    So, if the OP is currently able to withdraw cash from his ATM card in Nairobi, then he should be able to do the same in Kampala as well.
    I got stuck in kanpala when both my master card and my Visa was unable to withdraw. I tried every ATM in town.

    I had to ask my friend from europe to make a western union transfer. I will never forget it.

    In kenya no ATM problems if you have two type of cards. Switching ATM may be required while some communication problems or the ATM is run out of cash. But never had a problem in kenya.

    Next time I am going with cash.

  6. #830
    Quote Originally Posted by John Palmer  [View Original Post]
    Its not working, Bring cash.
    Let me clarify my response. I'm not talking about using a credit card for purchases or cash advances. I'm talking about withdrawing cash using a debit card.

    In both Kenya and Uganda, I routinely withdraw cash from Barclay's and Standard Chartered banks using my foreign issued VISA debit card with no problem. It's even free of charge when I use Barclay's because of a reciprocal arrangement they have with my bank.

    So, if the OP is currently able to withdraw cash from his ATM card in Nairobi, then he should be able to do the same in Kampala as well...

  7. #829
    Quote Originally Posted by Coalburner69  [View Original Post]
    Whatever card is currently working for you in Kenya should work in Kampala.
    Its not working, Bring cash.

  8. #828
    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    Guys,

    Is it true that:

    - foreign credit cards don't work in ATMs? What are your experiences with Mastercard and Visa?
    Whatever card is currently working for you in Kenya should work in Kampala. Generally speaking, Mastercard is not accepted in Africa.

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    - budget hotels are of a very bad quality? When I moved to Kenya from Asia I was shocked by high prices and bad quality of the hotels. In this thread someone told in Uganda it's even worse.
    Again, generally speaking, hotels in Africa are expensive and the quality is not up to snuff. That said, you should be able to find something in your price range that is acceptable. There are hotel recommendations on this thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Afaire  [View Original Post]
    How the hell are we supposed to survive there?
    On pussy and Bell Lager. That's how I usually do it.

  9. #827

    ATMs and hotels

    Guys,

    Is it true that:

    - foreign credit cards don't work in ATMs? What are your experiences with Mastercard and Visa?

    - budget hotels are of a very bad quality? When I moved to Kenya from Asia I was shocked by high prices and bad quality of the hotels. In this thread someone told in Uganda it's even worse.

    How the hell are we supposed to survive there?

    Thank you

  10. #826
    Quote Originally Posted by John Palmer  [View Original Post]
    4 us ollar? Thats cheap. Better to stay at that area then the city center.
    If cheap is your thing, try Bwaise or even the slums right outside of Kabalagala. 1-2 USD.

  11. #825
    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Cold Coke  [View Original Post]
    The going rate for ST starts at 10, 000 UGS. A girl who considers herself a queen of the scene may ask for 20, 000 UGS, but can be had for less. If a girl asks for more than 20, 000 UGS it is probably better to move on. Oddly, the rate for LT is about the same as the rate for ST.
    4 us dollar? Thats cheap. Better to stay at that area then the city center.

  12. #824

    Kabalagala Strip

    Kabalagala is located SE of the city center. The strip is located on Muyenga Road between Kibuli Road and Gaba Road. It is about 350m long.

    There are a couple of hotels on the strip. Pearl Guesthouse is one and Mabira Hotel is the other. The music from the neighboring bar makes it impossible to sleep in Pearl from about 10pm to 6am. Mabira Hotel is much better. Rooms in Mabira start at about 40, 000 UGS. There are other hotels in the area, especially in Muyenga, but they are less convenient to bars and restaurants and may have other guests who are not denizens of the nightlife.

    There are at least a dozen bars on the strip. Girls can be found in all of them. The two most popular are Capital Grill and De Posh. Both are crowded pretty much every night of the week.

    Capital is full of pros. Some girls may not admit they are pros, but rest assured, nearly every girl in the place is there for one reason, to earn some extra shillings. There is an African girl there for every taste, regular or occasional worker, veteran or amateur, university student or product of the Kabalagala slum, big or small, young or old; you can find it at Capital. The going rate for ST starts at 10, 000 UGS. A girl who considers herself a queen of the scene may ask for 20, 000 UGS, but can be had for less. If a girl asks for more than 20, 000 UGS it is probably better to move on. Oddly, the rate for LT is about the same as the rate for ST. These girls rarely complain, and most will accommodate you for as long as your can go. With Wazungu, many girls do not admit they are pros. The want you to treat them as a girlfriend, something a local would never do. If you want, many will stay with you night and day, but rest assured they will not turn down outside business if the opportunity presents itself. A final note, you really have to watch your pockets in Capital, especially on the dance floor.

    De Posh is a bit more upscale than Capital. There is a mix of pros and non pros. The pros move back and forth from bar to bar on the strip, so the particulars are the same wherever you find a pro.

    There is not to do in Kabalagala outside of the nightlife. There are internet cafes, football on TV and pool in the bars.

    There are places that provide massage in Muyenga, especially on Tank Hill Road. Massage and a HE will cost at least as much as ST or LT in the bars. Massage and all the extras can be had in Chez Bettina, but the prices are way out of line with the market.

    Minibuses run along Gaba Road to Lake Victoria. Gaba Beach and KK Beach have food and occasionally live music. At Gaba Market they sell fried, Lake Victoria fish at cheap prices. Minibuses run along Gaba Road in the other direction to the city center. Motorbikes can also be hired to the city center from the strip for about 2, 500 UGS. Motorbikes to Garden City Mall run about 2, 000 UGS. Rule of thumb for motorbikes is 500 UGS per km.

  13. #823
    I am in Kampala tonight.

    Anyone around want to go for a beer?

  14. #822

    Mamba Point

    Hey,

    Is the Mamba Point Guesthouse in Kampala girl friendly / do they charge extra?

  15. #821
    Am in Uganda now hanging with friends. Anyone around who would like to hang out sometime and chase some gals. Send me a message

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