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  1. #1036
    Quote Originally Posted by Otari  [View Original Post]
    I'm independent traveler and like to move free around by my own, without planning much in advance. Usually I'm traveling with my backpack using public transport. An important part of a trip is to have fun with the girls from time to time. In Africa I've followed this pattern in Gambia, Ghana and Burkina Faso without any problems. Spending all the time in big African cities only isn't appealing for me. I would like to be in a city for 1 or 2 days maximum, having some fun and the move on to see some nature, people, animals, landscapes, etc. Than come again to a city for a fun and move on again. Now I'm looking for a new destination. Can you recommend Uganda for this type of traveling?
    Hi Otari,

    All major cities in Uganda will be interconnected by bus as well. All cities will have a bus park where you can find a bus to your next destination. The thing is buses a bigger and may take longer to fill but they are certainly cheaper than Matatus. Some buses will also leave some cities at a schedule time so folks have learned to show up on time. Matatus pretty much travel as soon as they get full. They sit 1 people, travel faster and hence them being less safe. While in a major city, really called towns in Uganda, one can get from place to by boda boda, which are motor cycles with a passenger seat. I do not recommend this mode of transport at all. The riders are not well regulated, are very daring and so accidents are very very common. That said when traffic is heavy they get you around. Within a town will use a Matatu.

    Regarding security, take the normal precautions. Do not flash around money, your IPAD or Laptop and limit night travel. Dress down for sure. If you are not African and appear and sound foreign you will attract interest from well meaning people mostly but that too is how thieves will identify you. Ugandans are very friendly and they will overwhelmingly mean to help but some will want to take advantage of you. As a non-Ugandan you may attract a higher price premium on anything. That said Uganda is safe and those war days are long gone.

  2. #1035
    Quote Originally Posted by Jacky1973  [View Original Post]
    Any one made use of this agency in Kampala. Are they reliable?
    Who are they? Want to find out more about them, am in Uganda right now, give me the details so that I try them out.

  3. #1034
    Quote Originally Posted by Howard  [View Original Post]
    I have used them and can confirm that they are legitimate. The pictures are real and the girl I got was fun.
    Please give me details about that agency including costs and where to find them?

  4. #1033
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  5. #1032
    Thanks for the useful info.

    Which other western towns beside fort portal you suggest?

    Mbarara?

    Masaka?

    Kabale?

    Any description?

    Thanks again.

    Quote Originally Posted by AceMachine2  [View Original Post]
    Uganda is still a pleasant place. At the moment. There is a wide range of buses and taxis to get you around. Avoid matatus (mini van buses) for longer journeys as can be dangerous. Game parks will require joining a group. There is a magazine that details all on offer in the Country every month called the eye magazine. Get a copy when you arrive, also on web- (theeye. Co. Ug). Murchison Falls is a great park and Masindi town nearby offers fair cheap accommodation; also some action with a couple of bars. More pro's now due to the oil work at Hoima on Lake Albert. Worth a view...

  6. #1031
    Quote Originally Posted by AceMachine2  [View Original Post]
    Uganda is still a pleasant place. At the moment. There is a wide range of buses and taxis to get you around...
    AceMachine do you have any advice concerning the security in Uganda except avoiding matatuses?

  7. #1030

    Thank you very much AceMachine!

    Quote Originally Posted by AceMachine2  [View Original Post]
    Uganda is still a pleasant place. At the moment. There is a wide range of buses and taxis to get you around...
    I appreciate very much your advice. Your info is much better those that I could find in a Lonely Planet travel guide. BTW it would be an idea to write a Monger Planet travel guide.

  8. #1029
    Quote Originally Posted by Otari  [View Original Post]
    I'm independent traveler and like to move free around by my own, without planning much in advance. Usually I'm traveling with my backpack using public transport. An important part of a trip is to have fun with the girls from time to time. In Africa I've followed this pattern in Gambia, Ghana and Burkina Faso without any problems. Spending all the time in big African cities only isn't appealing for me. I would like to be in a city for 1 or 2 days maximum, having some fun and the move on to see some nature, people, animals, landscapes, etc. Than come again to a city for a fun and move on again. Now I'm looking for a new destination. Can you recommend Uganda for this type of traveling?
    Uganda is still a pleasant place. At the moment. There is a wide range of buses and taxis to get you around. Avoid matatus (mini van buses) for longer journeys as can be dangerous. Game parks will require joining a group. There is a magazine that details all on offer in the Country every month called the eye magazine. Get a copy when you arrive, also on web- (theeye. Co. Ug). Murchison Falls is a great park and Masindi town nearby offers fair cheap accommodation; also some action with a couple of bars. More pro's now due to the oil work at Hoima on Lake Albert. Worth a view.

    I would spend a few days at Entebbe, this is the airport area (best at weekends) and chill out on the beaches and bars in the old town. Take in the zoological gardens, go for a boat trip etc. From Kampala to Jinja town is a couple of hours. Here you can Bunji jump, white water raft, enjoys the shores of lake Victoria. Good cafes, restaurants, accommodation, night clubs and girls. Go West to Fort Portal at the foot of the Rowenzore Mountains. Gorilla trips, crater lakes, cheap hotels in towns and yes, girls. Still West a few other towns. You can even bus down to Rwanda (10 to 12 hours from Kampala and if a Brit, visa on arrival. Other Nationalities details can be googled.

    You can also combine a trip to Nairobi as many overnight buses each way. Lot to do and see. Girls are friendly and amenable.

    Enjoy

  9. #1028

    Uganda for sex globetrotters?

    I'm independent traveler and like to move free around by my own, without planning much in advance. Usually I'm traveling with my backpack using public transport. An important part of a trip is to have fun with the girls from time to time. In Africa I've followed this pattern in Gambia, Ghana and Burkina Faso without any problems. Spending all the time in big African cities only isn't appealing for me. I would like to be in a city for 1 or 2 days maximum, having some fun and the move on to see some nature, people, animals, landscapes, etc. Than come again to a city for a fun and move on again. Now I'm looking for a new destination. Can you recommend Uganda for this type of traveling?

  10. #1027
    Quote Originally Posted by Philly12  [View Original Post]
    Guys am looking for massage parlours in kampala with beautiful girls who provide extras, please recommend some.

    Thanks
    I don't know about beautiful. Unless you go in for personality and all that jazz but try Miami Health Club on Tank Hill Road.

  11. #1026

    Massage parlours

    Guys am looking for massage parlours in kampala with beautiful girls who provide extras, please recommend some.

    Thanks

  12. #1025

    Great pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Member #4178  [View Original Post]
    I am not into photos too much but sometimes I take a few.
    Hi Member #4178, great pics. Is this model available for some boudoir photography? I struggle to get those who will show their face?

  13. #1024

    Haha

    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    I hope this crazy new law banning miniskirts etc. Will not take effect.

    You better see this hot music clip before it's too late:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xu_fl2tGRk

    (Ak47 Gal ah Bubble Diziza Uganda music 2013)

    You're lucky to have a car in Kampala, so that you can take it to the car-wash every now & then.
    I know that one, I loooove it, next time Kampala is on my agenda. But to get over it I had a nice ugandan girl in Mombasa, great tits lovely figure.

    Neddy.

    In love of black bootie

  14. #1023
    Quote Originally Posted by Howard  [View Original Post]
    I have used them and can confirm that they are legitimate. The pictures are real and the girl I got was fun.
    Did you pay them the USD 40 upfront?

  15. #1022

    Queens Escorts

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacky1973  [View Original Post]
    Any one made use of this agency in Kampala. Are they reliable?
    I have used them and can confirm that they are legitimate. The pictures are real and the girl I got was fun.

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