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  1. Raoul
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    good idea

    Why Cameroon,

    I was looking for another destination after my misadventure where you know.
    The postings about Cameroon were rather encouraging. There everybody speaks french (my language). It may sound odd but I like talk to the girls before fucking them. The more naive is the talking, the more exciting is the fucking afterwards.

    But Douala was a bit boring (as I told, you cannot fuck the whole day long). So I am looking for another destination. I may go to Gabon. But Ghana is one of my possible target. I have contact with ghanan girls through dating internet sites and they are really slutty. By the way, there are a lot of ghanan girls in Belgium (most of them prostitutes) and I like their bodies.

    But I am rather cheap and the flight tickets are very expensive. So I am still thinking.
    Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
  2. Raoul
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    pro

    Hi,

    Here is a pro. I was walking on the main boulevard of Douala (boulevard de la Liberté). In front of the Akwa Palace, this **** was hanging around. She talked to me and I brought her back to my hotel
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      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      Fun in Yaoundè, I look for info.

      Hi, I will reach Yaoundè in Frebruary and I d like to know the entertainment there is there. Are there disco, etc where it is possible to look for some beautiful girls?
      Another questions, please:
      Where can I look for beautiful girls?
      Are cameroon girls inclined to give a good sex?
      Are cameroon girls clever about blowjob?
      Is very easy to look for no prostitute girls?
      Are there also transexuals there?
      Is it better Yaoundè or Douala town for fun and fuck?
      I will go there alone, is it dangerous to walk alone in the night?
      thanks for some info
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Rock_Dog
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      Hey there FoxesHunter,

      In your last post you asked the following question:

      Is very easy to look for no prostitute girls?
      Are there also transexuals there?

      I don't know if you know this, but they're kind of touchy around this site about the whole transexual thing. Touchy enough that you could even get banned for asking too much about them. The best thing to do is just avoid the topic in general.

      Just a bit of helpful advice,

      Rock
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Charlie42
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      some answers

      Hi FoxesHunter,

      hope my answers will help you a bit.

      ****Where can I look for beautiful girls?****

      everywhere !

      ****Are cameroon girls inclined to give a good sex?****

      That depends on you - treat them nice and you will receive a good work

      ****Are cameroon girls clever about blowjob?****

      They are created for it !

      ****Is very easy to look for no prostitute girls?****

      Ok let me know - do you speak some french? normally, it is not very difficult to find non pros but you need something more time for it.

      ****Are there also transexuals there?****

      No - we are not in Asia....!

      ****Is it better Yaoundè or Douala town for fun and fuck?****

      Both cities are great for action, also Limbe (Victoria) and Kribi during the weekend

      ****I will go there alone, is it dangerous to walk alone in the night?****

      I would not recommend it! take a taxi and you will not have problems. again, do not walk alone in the night (especially in douala!)

      BTW, where you from ?

      Bye, Charlie
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Mean_Mike
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      FoxesHunter and T.V.'s

      Actually FoxesHunter posts on other Africa threads asking about "transexuals," of course he was called out on the Ghana thread too and says bizzare things like '...I asked because I don't like them, and want to avoid them...sorry if the word disturb yourself.' Here's some advice FoxesHunter if you trully do not appreciate them like most everyone else on this board....do yourself a favor....stop posting about them....otherwise you definitely sound like a perv and I advise you would stop posting period. Either that or get a better command of the English language. You are most likely demented.

      my .02
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      Charlie42,

      thanks very much for your reply.
      I speak english and spanish. Are they sufficient to speak them?
      Can you tell me if there are some interesting disco or entertainment in Yaoundè?
      Thanks again for some info
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      Yaounde: 3 stars hotel close to action?

      Hi, I will reach Yaounde in April and I'd like to find a 3 stars hotel close to action. I think the best option is a hotel in the center city.
      Do I make a mistake?
      Can you tell me some intersting hotels?
      Thanks
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Pathologic
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      Where oh where?

      Advice please. Reading the reviews I can't decide between Ghana, Cameroon or Nigeria. On the balance of all factors (price, quality, quantity, culture, ease of transport etc), which country do you recommend for 2 weeks of debauchery?

      Thanks

      I've also posted this message on the Cameroon and Nigerian threads.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Zouk_Love
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      Get my advice and ...

      Go to Gabon.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Tusker
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      Douala ...

      I was in Douala for 4 days. My view of this place is probably not complete, but here is what I found:

      in general. a typical african city, from my point of view, no attractions, big harbour, very busy, hot and humid. the city center is called Akwa. this is where most of the hotels are and as well the action, night clubs.

      daytime action. there is no special place in this town I could recommend for easy daytime pick-up's. but, as in most other sub-saharan countries, it is of course possible to chat up the girls on the street. most of the "regular" girls in this country seem to be interested in contacts with foreigners.

      nighttime action. across from "Akwa Palace Hotel" is a restaurant, "The Mediterranee", where girls arrive after sunset, sometimes as well in the afternoon, but wouldn't rely on it. from about 8 pm starts a SW scene on Independence Boulevard (which is the center of Akwa) from Akwa Palace Hotel northbound. night clubs are plenty, most of the popular ones as well in Akwa. they don't open before 10 pm and nothing really starts before 12 pm (at weekends earlier I've been told). to name a view: St Pieres, Orange Metalica, Blue Note.

      Hotels. are plenty in Akwa and obviously as well in other parts of the town. I've stayed in 2 different hotels. the Foyer du Marin (seamans mission), very clean, excellent value, but probably the only hotel in town which is not girl-friendly. (I hooked up a cutie right at the airport at my arrival and registered with her in Foyer du Marin, this was no problem, but I've been told from other girls later that this place is not girl-friendly). later I stayed in Beausejour, very close to action. for whoever doesn't care about the money, at the end of the scale you find the Akwa Palace and Parfait Garden very close to the action.

      Transportation: Is easy and affordable. drop-off and shared taxis are most popular and moto's (motorbike's who take 1 or 2 pax).

      Language: It definetly helps to speak a little french. Most people/girls don't speak english (means: they all seem to know a limited amount of vocabulary, but don't really know well how to use it). but there are some (few) they do.

      Prices (1euro=665CFA): Hotels with reasonable standards start at 16000 (for example Foyer du Marin), but you better calculate 20000-30000, for a little more comfort rather 50000.

      Food is quiet expensive from my point of view (for Africa) inside the popular places and/or european-run restaurants. For example pizza in Mediterranee 3000-5000. Soft drinks 1000.

      Night clubs seem to take as much as they can get. most places drinks start at 3000 or 4000 (found some cheaper places in Yaounde and Kribi, I'm sure there are cheaper places in Douala as well, but not in Akwa and not the popular one's) transportation is surprisingly cheap, a taxi will get you to most of the places in the city center for less than 1000 and the motos for 100-300.

      Chicks: Quiet a variety of different looks, some of the are quiet pretty and definetly some few are very pretty. none of those I got to know seemed to fous to much on the money, it seemed the phone number and the chance for a longer relationship was more important to them, 5000-10000 for the taxi was always ok.

      Security: The city center seems a little rough after sunset. Lots of undesired company walking with you along the, for sure better to take a taxi at night.

      If somebody needs more detailes, let me know.

      A report for Yaounde will follow. ; -)
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Forest
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      Yaounde Mercure Hotel

      I am a veteran of Sao Paulo Brazil, where I regularly stay at a Mercure (Accor) Hotel. I decided to go to Africa, because I love picking up non-pros, and it seems to be easy in Africa. I decided I needed to find out if this is true!

      My first question is whether anyone has been to the Accor Mercure Hotel in Yaounde, if it has high speed internet and if it is girl friendly. My French sucks, but my plane reservation is in November. Since I speak Spanish and Portuguese, took 8 years of French classes in public school and even lived in France for a month (36 years ago!), I think that I will have some basic skills available to me for communication.

      I have been reading this board religiously, and hope to make the best out of my 5 days in Yaounde. Thanks
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Zouk_Love
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      Forest,

      If you speak spanish, go in Equatorial Guinea, just down Cameroon.

      Otherwise, go in the north of Cameroon where people speaks english.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • XXL
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      Originally Posted by Zouk Love
      Forest,

      If you speak spanish, go in Equatorial Guinea, just down Cameroon.

      Otherwise, go in the north of Cameroon where people speaks english.
      Eh, wait a minute! Isn't Equatorial Guinea the place where Mark Thatcher (the Iron Lady's very own offspring) attempted a coup d'état not so long ago? Read the posts in this forum about that country first!
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Forest
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      Languages in Africa

      Thanks for the advice, but I have already decided to go to Yaounde. First, I want to learn some French. Its a bit of a challenge. Second (and more importantly), I can do some business there, so the people back home don't know I am out and about solely to chase women.

      I have read that picking up non pros is easy in these parts. Assuming that my French is in reasonable shape (I can already communicate without difficulty), is Yaounde not a good place to go?

      And, are all the hotels girl friendly, similar to what someone has posted on the Ghana board?
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • XXL
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      Originally Posted by Forest
      Assuming that my French is in reasonable shape (I can already communicate without difficulty), is Yaounde not a good place to go?

      And, are all the hotels girl friendly, similar to what someone has posted on the Ghana board?
      Girl friendlyness is no problem, all hotels are girlfriendly. If a girl doesn't have her ID papers with her, just thrust 5 dollars into the doorman's palm and she'll be let in.

      I heard Mercure is a new hotel in Yaoundé. Someone I spoke to on the phone yesterday told me "Indépendance" is another, cheaper hotel with a "boîte de nuit" (pick-up place) nearby. There's a hotel called "Meus" or something similar. It is to be avoided: that's where a Cameroun girl hosted me years ago on my first visit to Cameroon. I had contacted her by post from home and she was wise enough to stash me away in a hotel far from the action, so that I wouldn't be tempted to leave her for another girl. Otherwise I don't remember much about Yaoundé.

      Remember Cameroon is a cash country. Budget everthing in cash terms, even if you're told that your hotel accepts visa. You visa card could be rejected for some obscure reason when the time has come to settle. Fifty and one hundred euro banknotes are best, avoid the two hundred ones. Leave a lump-sum with a friend or relative back home so that they call bail you out via Western Union if you ever fall short of cash. I've read that visa cash advances could be got at the ATMs of SGBC (Société Générale des Banques du Cameroun) but don't count on it, it will probably turn out to work only with visa cards issues by French banks.

      An advice I've given to people who worry about language is that they shouldn't hesitate to talk authoritatively in their native tongue to the people they want to influence. Even if you know they don't understand a word, main thing is they get your drift and feel you mean business.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Tusker
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      Indépendance Hotel in Yaounde...

      ...seems to be the place close to action. There is a night club on the ground floor and another one "Safari Club" nearby. After sunset you will find as well the streetwalker scene in front of the hotel. Rooms are from CFA 16000.

      I stayed in "El Panaden" just around the corner for the same price/same standard. Next to "El Panaden Hotel" is a restaurant "La Terrasse" where girls wait sometimes in the afternoon.

      I found a few banks with ATM's for visa electron and one in the city center connected with the plus system , I've tried both with a european and an american check card and it worked well, but anyway, the advice with the western union back up seems resonable to me as the whole banking system makes a "wanna be complicated" impression.

      Always carry your passort, lots of police checkpoints, especially at night, asking for it. Once I didn't have it, I've spent more than one hour with them negotiating the fine down from 37500 to 7000
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      Tusker,
      I'm waiting some info about Yaounde, hotel, places for action, some trick ....etc
      I hope you will post early.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • XXL
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      FoxesHunter,

      Don't panic! You'll be in business within minutes of having unpacked. If Yaoundé is anything like Douala, which I know well, the scene is small and revolves around no more than 5 or 6 places, most of which within walking distance from each other. Half of the girls are seen in all the places in turn so it's not like you can really miss anything if you fail to visit one of the places. Besides, place names change all the time, something having to do with nominal transfers of ownership among the Corsican mafia using "investments" in Africa to avoid paying French taxes. By the time you arrive, "Safari" may have become "Le Jaguar". While you check in, one or two girls will probable follow in your wake towards the reception desk and try to catch your attention: they know a fresh flight has just landed. Don't be in too much of a hurry to commit yourself, go for an evening meal, preferably in an open place where girls come after dusk to sit, see and be seen. I remember the first evening meal I had in Douala in a place named "Taverna": BOTH waitresses told me at what hour they would finish their day's work and where was I staying and if I needed company I just needed to say so ... Welcome to Central Africa!
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      XXL,
      I thank you for fresh news about Yaounde.
      Can you tell me the name of these places within walking distance from each other? Do you know some no expensive hotels near this places?
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Cardinal_II
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      Hello guys,

      I 'm going to Douala in a few weeks. Last time I went there, I 've been several times in St. Père, can you tell me some other good places in Douala to pick up a nice girl?

      Thanks a lot.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Frank_Africa
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      The information given by XXL in several recent posts is right on target, same with Tusker's post of April 3rd, so I won't bother repeating them. Except I will say that XXL's Western Union idea is very good - wish I had thought of it.

      With all due respect, our friend "Zouk Love" appears to be a bit of a jokester in his recent posts. Eq. Guinea? Gabon? I've been in both places and believe me, the average WSGer is better off to go to Cameroon to get laid.

      For Cardinal II and FoxesHunter, realistically you should find it easy to find young hot girls almost anywhere you go - hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, cinemas, shops, etc. Just be yourself and be friendly, and you'll soon have more choices than you can handle. Cameroon is still pussy heaven!
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Zouk_Love
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      Thanks Frank,

      I appreciate your "jokester".

      I won't argue 'bout it, everyone got his own taste
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      Frank Africa,
      OK dear friend but can you tell me a nice and animated quarter or area in Yaounde where I can sleep and live for a week, please?
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • XXL
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      Originally Posted by FoxesHunter
      OK dear friend but can you tell me a nice and animated quarter or area in Yaounde where I can sleep and live for a week, please?
      I had a Yaoudé girl on the phone yesterday and she confirmed Mercure was centrally located and had a night-spot nearby. Judging by Tusker's quoted price of 16000CFA for a room, Indépendance might be too slummy for your tastes if, like me, you require mid-range standards at least. What's more, you can probably book Mercure through the Accord Website. I remember doing that for Ibis Hotel in Abidjan and it worked (no reason it shoudn't). Why not book three days at Mercure and take it from there? The girl I had on the phone is not someone I know, just a girl who advertised her phone number in a French-speaking magazine. About finding a "quarter" in town, you have to understand that African cities are small places, at least as regards the area open to us westerners. By our standards, they're just gigantic slums with a central area of two square miles where white people - and those seeking them like the girls - congregate. If you book a mid-range hotel like Mercurre, you're not going to end up in the worst part of town, they wouldn't build a hotel there.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Afro_Traveller
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      yaounde

      Was in yaounde not long ago. Hotel Mercure costs between 50 and 60 Euro a night. They only charge Visa but not MC. The hotel itself is very girls friendly but u won't pick up girls in the hotel itself... if it is not the ones working at the hotel, all really young and cute! however, within the same block, there are several open air restaurants with plenty of girls to chat up, and walking back to the hotel u will cross some amateur street walkers. a very good place to pick up beauties are cybercafés where girls congregate to chat on line.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Forest
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      Cell phone and internet service question

      I emailed the manager at the mercure in Yaounde. No internet service exists there.

      I have a Blackberry through T mobile. It works for roaming in every part of the world where I have been. Does anyone know if T mobile roaming works in Yaounde? If so, can you get your emails?
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Rickit
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      Originally Posted by Cardinal II
      Hello guys,

      I 'm going to Douala in a few weeks. Last time I went there, I 've been several times in St. Père, can you tell me some other good places in Douala to pick up a nice girl?

      Thanks a lot.
      Mega, Coco Banana, siampe, Palmero.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • Cardinal_II
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      Douala

      Thanks Rickit, I will have a good time there.
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply
    • FoxesHunter
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      Hi, is the Indépendance hotel very girls friendly like Mercure hotel?
      Is Indépendance hotel very close to Mercure hotel?
      thanks
      Posted 9 years ago | #Reply

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