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  1. #1114

    Africa versus far East

    I have a question, I hope this is the right forum. I know sub Saharan Africa well, and I love black African girls. I enjoy their ways and attitudes too. I have the option now to fly over to the Far East, say Thailand, or return to the beautiful black continent. The flight costs are similar. As I look on various web sites, what I feel is that Thailand and other countries are so much more commercial than Africa. I like to find free local smiling sexy girls.

    My question is simple. Am I right? Any advice much appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Cheers

  2. #1113
    Quote Originally Posted by VoyeurForSure  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Coalburner69,

    I do suspect that you could be right. I don't think there is one. I heard that DePosh do or used to do every Sunday but an actual strip club as defined by a westerner I think not.
    Many pubs / clubs have 'theme nights' featuring dancers or bikini girls. Rouge's bikini nights are very popular and are often covered in Red Pepper; the local gossip rag. I was in Iguana a couple of years ago and they had ONE very average girl in a bikini doing some lazy, uninspired dancing. Yawn.

    Again, there are no legalized western style strip joints in Kampala. Underground Ugandan clubs existed years ago and still occasionally pop up, but are usually closed and everybody (including the customers) are arrested in short order.

    Good luck with that.

  3. #1112
    Quote Originally Posted by CorporateMalaya  [View Original Post]
    There used to be a place in Mengo a few years back, where we used to be regulars. Ask the boda boda guys for kimansulo, they will take you.
    Thanks CorporateMalaya, I shall give it a try.

  4. #1111
    Quote Originally Posted by Sebans  [View Original Post]
    Where is the best area or club to find university girls?
    Kampala is relatively small so university girls are more or less everywhere. Girls from the major universities in town (MUK, MUBS, KIU, etc) can all be found at the same hot spots in town along with the upwardly mobile population. What's running hot depends on who you talk to. However, the general consensus at the moment seems to be Amnesia and Cayenne, but guaranteed a handful of others are still in the discussion.

    Of course, larger concentrations of girls can be found around the university areas (campuses and hostels) and in the cheaper clubs / pubs known to be frequented almost exclusively by students. In both cases, male students will also be around in equal if not greater numbers so a girl looking for a Ugandan sugar daddy or p4p foreigner (presumably you) will typically not do so openly in the presence of their university classmates / boyfriends.

    My recommended approach for the short time newbie would be to check out the hot spots in town (avoiding 'campus nights') and to stay away from the university areas and pubs / clubs. It's just not worth it unless you're familiar with the landscape and know how to negotiate it. Your time would be better spent getting some initial university contacts on-line (in advance of your arrival if possible) and then networking from there.

  5. #1110

    Kimansulo

    Quote Originally Posted by VoyeurForSure  [View Original Post]
    Thank you Zimzam, I suspect that the girl on the pole is in fact doing what I consider to be stripping however, I saw your post and the video at the time which is actually what made me respond at the time and now. All or most of the bars in the video were identified but so far, no one can actually verify that this was not a one-off event. I shall give up my search and look for something else. Thanks for your work.
    There used to be a place in Mengo a few years back, where we used to be regulars. Ask the boda boda guys for kimansulo, they will take you.

  6. #1109
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Some time ago (on 7/15 post #1049) I posted a link to a video about nightlife in Kampala, if the girl on the pole is doing what you consider "stripping" than the answer is yes.
    Thank you Zimzam, I suspect that the girl on the pole is in fact doing what I consider to be stripping however, I saw your post and the video at the time which is actually what made me respond at the time and now. All or most of the bars in the video were identified but so far, no one can actually verify that this was not a one-off event. I shall give up my search and look for something else.

    Thanks for your work.

  7. #1108
    Quote Originally Posted by Coalburner69  [View Original Post]
    Short answer: No
    Thanks Coalburner69,

    I do suspect that you could be right. I don't think there is one. I heard that DePosh do or used to do every Sunday but an actual strip club as defined by a westerner I think not.

  8. #1107
    Quote Originally Posted by VoyeurForSure  [View Original Post]
    Is there a strip club in K and if the answer is yes, please be specific as to where I may find it.
    Some time ago (on 7/15 post #1049) I posted a link to a video about nightlife in Kampala, if the girl on the pole is doing what you consider "stripping" than the answer is yes.
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  9. #1106
    Quote Originally Posted by VoyeurForSure  [View Original Post]
    I would like in future and from anyone else who cares to listen; the answer. Is there a strip club in K and if the answer is yes, please be specific as to where I may find it.
    Short answer: No

  10. #1105
    Quote Originally Posted by Jiggydus  [View Original Post]
    Sure, you will find strip clubs in Kabalagala but I wonder why anyone would want to frequent such in Africa! In my opinion (not that you asked but I will share it anyway) , strip clubs are guaranteed wastes of money and potentially frustrating experiences. I understand some guys have to pop the blue pill, and while it takes some time to become effective, they figure "why not while the time away looking at some coochie while sipping a drink and smoking a cancer stick." Now, I do plan to open my own strip club chain because they are guaranteed wastes of money (from patron perspective)! Anyway, just go to Kabalagala on any given night. If you want to see women sporting tubs of lard around their waists while showing off their good good, then the strip joints are where you want to be. If you instead just want a nice relaxing evening out capped off with happy endings into the early morning hours, then just pop into any of the night clubs and work your game. Or better yet, call up a previous contact you scored that day or before and invite her over for dinner.

    Like I said, I don't get off to strip clubs or even massage parlors, but everyone is free to do what floats his boat (I hate cliches, especially ones that make no sense at all!) , I mean everyone is free to do whatever tickles his fancy. I have been attended both public and underground "private" strip shows (both chop your money but the underground shows also feature open air sex as well as sex behind closed doors whereas the strip club usually will not feature open air sex and might not allow closed curtain sex) , and all I can say is I have left most strip clubs a few Washington's lighter and with baby oil, body dirt, and pubic funk smeared on legs of my pants from lap dance. No thank you, but you will be more than welcome to step into my clubs in a city near you!
    Erm, thanks for that (I think). Like you said, each to their own (I summarised) after all, I may just fancy giving my dick a night off and giving my eyes a thorough workout.

    I would like in future and from anyone else who cares to listen; the answer. Is there a strip club in K and if the answer is yes, please be specific as to where I may find it.

    Thanks

  11. #1104

    Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by VoyeurForSure  [View Original Post]
    Are there any of these in Kampala?
    Sure, you will find strip clubs in Kabalagala but I wonder why anyone would want to frequent such in Africa! In my opinion (not that you asked but I will share it anyway) , strip clubs are guaranteed wastes of money and potentially frustrating experiences. I understand some guys have to pop the blue pill, and while it takes some time to become effective, they figure "why not while the time away looking at some coochie while sipping a drink and smoking a cancer stick." Now, I do plan to open my own strip club chain because they are guaranteed wastes of money (from patron perspective)! Anyway, just go to Kabalagala on any given night. If you want to see women sporting tubs of lard around their waists while showing off their good good, then the strip joints are where you want to be. If you instead just want a nice relaxing evening out capped off with happy endings into the early morning hours, then just pop into any of the night clubs and work your game. Or better yet, call up a previous contact you scored that day or before and invite her over for dinner.

    Like I said, I don't get off to strip clubs or even massage parlors, but everyone is free to do what floats his boat (I hate cliches, especially ones that make no sense at all!) , I mean everyone is free to do whatever tickles his fancy. I have been attended both public and underground "private" strip shows (both chop your money but the underground shows also feature open air sex as well as sex behind closed doors whereas the strip club usually will not feature open air sex and might not allow closed curtain sex) , and all I can say is I have left most strip clubs a few Washington's lighter and with baby oil, body dirt, and pubic funk smeared on legs of my pants from lap dance. No thank you, but you will be more than welcome to step into my clubs in a city near you!

  12. #1103

    Strip clubs

    Are there any of these in Kampala?

  13. #1102

    Sheraton & Serena

    Sheraton Kampala is green.

    The Serena hotels are not.

  14. #1101

    Take Lugandi lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by VoyeurForSure  [View Original Post]
    I have come across a school off Ggaba Road between the Nsyambya Hospital turn off and the junction. The signage is on the roadside and they claim to be accredited somewhow. Note: I don't know anyone who has used it. Otherwise, try Difra in town or YMCA. Let me know as I am thinking of doing swahili myself.
    Kiswahili is more useful in Kenya and Tanzania it's use is diminishing in Uganda

  15. #1100

    Swahili classes

    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten2  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking of having Swahili lessons for a month to get the basics. I know I could just have a girl move in but I reckon I need the discipline of classes and homework first because after 4 trips to Mombasa I can only say 'Tusker mbili barridi'. There are places in Nairobi but I don't think I could last a month there.

    Never been to Uganda and I know swahili isn't much spoken outside of Kampala but can anyone recommend a school / person there? I'd also consider Burundi.

    Thanks
    I would seriously consider Zanzibar for this matter.

    First of all their are plenty of schools, secondly it is one of the "real" Swahili places, when it comes heritage, culture and last but not least language.

    Not too much going on when it comes to mongering, so you won't be distracted too much.

    And if ever there is an emergency, you still can fly in one of your Mombasa sweeties.

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