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  1. #1223

    Asmara Massage

    Here's my recent report for Asmara Massage:

    As I entered the salon which is next to Hotel Sakamanga, I was greeted with 5 nice young ladies who were sitting on a couch behind the front desk. The aggressive one (and best one, in my opinion) came to the front desk to show the menu. I chose the basic menu which was 40000 Ar for an hour. We immediately went upstairs and the room was little too small for my taste, but the bed was covered with nice rose petals.

    Amita sports one of the nicest booty I've ever seen along with her overall killer curvy figure. But she is short much like 1.52 metre tall. She indicates that she is 22 years old and came from Tulear thus she has a gorgeous black silky skin! After a small brief chat, I took my clothes off and went on bed. She didn't take her clothes off, and started to massage on my back with oil and then it was back to my front end. The massage was so-so, but once she fondled my dick and saw how gorgeous mr. Woody was, she immediately offered 100000 AR for a BJ which was outrageously high considering that I was a foreigner. I said that I've been to other salons and was offered lower than that. I said that we could do 20K for a BJ or go for whole thing for 40K. We settled for 60K for the whole thing.

    She didn't even waste her time by taking her clothes off and went down on me licking all over me while I stood. Then, I asked her to lay down on the bed and I was really all over her delicious black skin. Wow, what sensitive skin she has and immediately went down on her thighs, teasing her by kissing all over her thighs so long that she lost her patience and just grabbed my head into her pussy. I tried to eat her pussy while fingering simultaneously, but she didn't enjoy it. Then I tried to finger her anus and stayed here while eating. She liked it so much and kept pressing my head into her pussy real hard. Finally, it was her turn to give a BJ and then after a while she asked me if I brought any condom as she didn't bring any. Good thing I brought it on my own because I simply liked to be prepared.

    She immediately set up for a doggy position, but no, I told her that I'd like to go missionary because I liked to see her beautiful face and I knew that I'd probably cum in her in doggy style in the end. We did mish, cowgirl, spooning (she was intense at that time) , and then it came to doggy style and man, what a nice ass and figure she had. With her long curly hair in a ponytail, she was definitely m for a nice riding! After a good 5 minute, I finally came in. Then, we went to take a shower which we had to walk out of the room and go across the hallway to the bathroom. She cleaned my body well and went back to the room. I gave her a 10K tip for being a good sport she was and she immediately wanted to see if we could hang out sometimes this week. Unfortunately, I'm leaving Tana soon in a day.

    Face: 8

    Body: 9

    Attitude: 8.

    Massage: 5.

    Ending: 9.

    Even though I know that I could get lower for this lady, but this lady was too irresistible that I knew that her $$$ was going to a great education. I definitely would come back for her if I ever visit again in the future.

  2. #1222
    Quote Originally Posted by Vavy Lover  [View Original Post]
    Screw the steps, as VB says, I avoid at all costs. It does feel more dangerous the last year or so, and I respect that, try to be safe and remember it has changed since 10 years ago.
    The steps are a pain-in-de-ass, yes. But even on my walk back on the regular roads from Place the' Independence around 10:00 at night a year ago some police did stop me and ask for an I'd. Did show the copy of my passport but didn't have the copy of my immigration stamp. Sure a discussion was starting. Friendly I did ask them to follow me to my hotel. I will pay them a drink there. But they preferred to have a drink someplace else. : Small bills. 8000 Ar, was all I gave them to enjoy their beer. No harrassement but more of a fun discussion.

    I did pull also some more "used" ones from that area. But never had any problem with any of them: all happy and full of fun. Prices between 10. 20. 000 for an hour debauchery.

  3. #1221

    Good choice

    Hi Botaki,

    I had the same girl like one year ago, she was near the gas station. She's wonderful, funny and we had a lot of fun together. I think she has a daughter and is working only here and then. Good choice!

  4. #1220
    Wow Bo, she was on the street? I typically take the walk from Saka to Glacier in the evening between 8-10pm, checking out the SWs on way, and I have never found one that would make me stop the journey to Glacier, where I know there are better waiting. But this one looks like a true sweetheart.

    And yes, I have noticed a substantial increase in the number of prostitutes on the streets in the last couple years. I think it is a very real indicator.

    I always taxi it home or anywhere after 10pm, but I have still found it ok to walk to Glacier when there is still a lot of people and traffic. Screw the steps, as VB says, I avoid at all costs. It does feel more dangerous the last year or so, and I respect that, try to be safe and remember it has changed since 10 years ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by Botaki6  [View Original Post]
    1: I don't mind who's and the helm. But as long as no one feels responsible, people will take the law into their own hand and criminality will rise.

    2: On that corner of Lalana Adrianary and Rue des 77 Parl there were SW's all the while. But less in cold July then at the warmer days in January. Many old hogs but occasionally some real Cherie's. See below.

    3: A report on Morondava would be great.

  5. #1219
    Quote Originally Posted by Botaki6  [View Original Post]
    A report on Morondava would be great.
    Not much to report as I only stayed there overnight, but I did stop by at Couleur Cafe where I saw a couple of pros being with a few older vahazas. There was a few adorable young waitresses there, but I was already too pooped out from the long 4x4 ride from the Tsingy and left the cafe earlier than I expected.

  6. #1218
    Quote Originally Posted by KaliDude22  [View Original Post]
    1- the election is simply a full of puppet show.

    2. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw a full block on Lalana Adrianary Batianrivo packed with streetwalkers last week

    3. Riding out to Morondava for a Tsingy trip.
    1: I don't mind who's and the helm. But as long as no one feels responsible, people will take the law into their own hand and criminality will rise.

    2: On that corner of Lalana Adrianary and Rue des 77 Parl there were SW's all the while. But less in cold July then at the warmer days in January. Many old hogs but occasionally some real Cherie's. See below.

    3: A report on Morondava would be great.
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  7. #1217
    Quote Originally Posted by Vahaza Be  [View Original Post]
    10 to 1 there is no election this year. The African Union and the Europeans have pulled the financial plug until 3 of the clowns withdraw their candidacies. The coup puppet Andry, the wife of the deposed Marc Ravolomanana, and the old dictator Ratsiraka.
    Just talked with a local buddy about this election and he feels that the election is simply a full of puppet show. Amazing how the attitude of the locals as well as the scenery have changed since Ravolomanana departed for Swaziland. There was no Tiko products to be found since I was here 6 years ago.

    Anyway, I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw a full block on Lalana Adrianary Batianrivo packed with streetwalkers last week while riding out to Morondava for a Tsingy trip. It definitely shows the true side of the Mada's unfortunate economic woes.

    I noticed that Asmara Massage sits next to Sakamanga. Has anyone checked it out and are they better than the ones on the streets and Asmara's other outlets?

  8. #1216
    Quote Originally Posted by Botaki6  [View Original Post]
    Friends of me just did return from a touristic trip to Tana and Tulear: in both cities they got warned by the hotel management as well tourist-guides to be overly careful on the roads even at daytime of robberies around ATM-machines and more-then-usual pickpockets. Nothing actually happened to them and they didn't feel unsafe.

    Did the residents exaggerate the situation so shortly before election? Any input from ground zero, please?
    10 to 1 there is no election this year. The African Union and the Europeans have pulled the financial plug until 3 of the clowns withdraw their candidacies. The coup puppet Andry, the wife of the deposed Marc Ravolomanana, and the old dictator Ratsiraka.

  9. #1215
    Quote Originally Posted by Vahaza Be  [View Original Post]
    I'd taxi to and from Glacier if I were you.

    Be safe.
    Friends of me just did return from a touristic trip to Tana and Tulear: in both cities they got warned by the hotel management as well tourist-guides to be overly careful on the roads even at daytime of robberies around ATM-machines and more-then-usual pickpockets. Nothing actually happened to them and they didn't feel unsafe.

    Did the residents exaggerate the situation so shortly before election? Any input from ground zero, please?

  10. #1214
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    As if there's mortal danger strolling from the Colbert to the fun spot across the street, or down the hill to another fun place and back.
    Nice sarcasm.

    Try the nocturnal stroll from Sakamanga to Club Indra or a walk through Tsaralalana at night if you're feeling so chill in Tana.

    Agree that plenty of opportunities are within walking distance of Hotel Colbert, but that's just a tiny slice of Tana. Screw those steps at night. I'd taxi to and from Glacier if I were you. But, hey, it's your ariary and your neck.

    Be safe.

  11. #1213
    Quote Originally Posted by Random Guy 23  [View Original Post]
    Gentlemen, I apologize if this topic has been covered previously. I did a search without much luck.

    I speak no French. Is there any way to do this such that it won't be awkward as hell? How would you approach the situation if you didn't speak the language?
    Monsieur. You will find boxes professional. Some speak little English. If you speak Spanish or Italian, you can try use vocabulary with French accent. But you will pay more for all as Vahaza America aho.

    If you use book of Monsier Trevor you say: "Te-hanasa anao hiara-misakafo amiko aho!" and she say: "Aiza ny kabone?" (Where the toilet). You will stand there as idiot because you not understand and she walk away. Encore.

    Malagasy got many dialects. Not so easy to learn in short period. What you say, she perhaps not understand. If you want to make friend, use simple words as "Salama" "Veloma".

    Enjoy your travel

  12. #1212
    Quote Originally Posted by Vahaza Be  [View Original Post]
    I wouldn't linger in Tana any longer than absolutely necessary these days.
    As if there's mortal danger strolling from the Colbert to the fun spot across the street, or down the hill to another fun place and back.

  13. #1211
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Election has been postponed til 23 August. All this summer should be a great time to be there.
    Maybe, maybe not.

    Rumors are in the air about a possible coup to oust DJ Andry!

    I wouldn't linger in Tana any longer than absolutely necessary these days.

  14. #1210
    Quote Originally Posted by Random Guy 23  [View Original Post]
    I am visiting Mada for all of July. Would like to monger, but I speak no French
    Election has been postponed til 23 August. All this summer should be a great time to be there.

  15. #1209
    Quote Originally Posted by Random Guy 23  [View Original Post]
    Gentlemen, I apologize if this topic has been covered previously. I did a search without much luck.

    I am visiting Mada for all of July. Would like to monger, but I speak no French. Is there any way to do this such that it won't be awkward as hell? I know where to find ladies in Tana and Nosy, but that's only the beginning.

    How would you approach the situation if you didn't speak the language?

    Thanks to all
    I refer you to my post #881:

    http://mylanguages.org/malagasy_phrases.php

    Romance and Love Phrases = Resa-pitiavana (ray-sah pee-tee-ah-vaan)

    Are you free tomorrow evening / tonight? = Malalaka ve ianao rahampitso hariva / anio alina? (mah-lah-laak vay ya-now rahm-pits ah-reev / a-ni-oo ah-leen?)

    I would like to invite you to dinner! = Te-hanasa anao hiara-misakafo amiko aho! (tay a-nas ah-now ee-yah mee-sa-kaf a-meek ah-oo!)

    You look beautiful! = Tsara / kanto / meva ery izato ianao! (tsa-rah / kan-too / may-vah eh-ree ee-zaat yah-now!)

    You have a beautiful name! = Tsara anarana ianao ka! (tsa-ra a-na-ra-na ya-now ka!)

    Can you tell me more about you? = Afaka milaza misimisy kokoa momba anao amiko ve ianao? (af-ka mee-laaz mee-see-mis koo-koo-a moom-ba a-now a-meek vay ya-now?)

    Are you married? = Manam-bady ve ianao? (ma-naam-bah-dee vay ya-now?)

    I'm single = Tsy manam-bady aho (tsee ma-naam-bah-dee ah-oo)

    I'm married = Manam-bady aho (ma-naam-bah-dee ah-oo)

    Can I have your phone number? = Azoko raisina ve ny laharana findainao? (ah-zook rye-seen vayn lah-ran fin-dye-now?)

    Can I have your email? = Afaka omenao ahy ve ny emailanao? (af-ka oo-meh-now ah-ee vayn e-mail a-now?)

    Do you have any pictures of you? = Misy sarinao ve any? (mee-see sa-ree-now vay ah-nee?)

    Do you have children? = Manan-janaka? (ma-nan dzan-nak?)

    Would you like to go for a walk? = Sao dia te-handehandeha ianao? (sao dee-ah tay han-day han-day-ah ya-now?)

    I like you = Mahafinaritra ahy ianao (ma-ah-feen-na-ree-tra ah-ee ya-now)

    I love you = Tiako ianao (tee-ah-koo yah-now)

    You're very special! = Tena miavaka ianao! (tay-nah mee-ah-vaak ya-now!)

    You're very kind! = Tsara fanahy ianao! (tsa-rah fa-nah-ee ya-now!)

    I'm very happy = Faly be aho! (fah-lee bay ah-oo!)

    I'm just kidding = Mananihany aho (mah-na-nee-aan ah-oo)

    I'm serious = Tena matotra aho (tay-nah ma-tootr' ah-oo)

    My heart speaks the language of love = Ny foko no miteny (nee fook noo me-tayn)

    How much? = Hoatrinona? (hwa-treen?)

    I'll give = Hanome aho (ha-noo-may. Ah-oo)

    Don't want, thanks = Tsy mila misaotra (tsee mee-la miss-sotch)

    Remember: the Malagasy speak quickly, drop middle-h's and some vowels (but not e's) , and use French numbers.

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