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(11-16-2018 07:02 AM)TwinTurbo Wrote:  I'm in Kampala now and here for another month - anyone in town? Hit me up!

So far I'm digging this city. I'll post some info once I've been here longer

Hey Twin Turbo, regret I did not come back to this thread while you were in Kampala. Just curious where you stayed while there and how it was? Secondly, did you visit Acacia Avenue while in Kampala (I know, its a rhetorical question). Did you frequent Bubbles O’Leary’s and Big Mike’s across the way? Also, did you venture to Kabalagala? Most the locals will try to caution you away (most the Hotel staff warn you away from this area as it is a walk on the wild side). However, I found Kabalagala the spot that got my primordial juices flowing with the loud music, buzzing activity and hot-bodied Ugandan hotties letting their hair down. I know, definitely a sleazier vibe, but if you have a little savvy and not your first rodeo, can be interesting.
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Any info on how black Americans men are viewed in Africa?
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(11-18-2018 01:43 PM)Captain_Crunch Wrote:  I have never thought myself to me a connoisseur of "big" butts - but my stay in Uganda had my head on a swivel. Just not used to seeing a big firm but tapering to a thin waist. I am posting four photos of the same Ugandan woman who seems to have been blessed in this venue.

Captain, who is that chick?
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(11-18-2018 03:23 PM)Snag87 Wrote:  Any info on how black Americans men are viewed in Africa?

I thought they were always viewed as great.
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Hey man - I'm still here, just got here a few days actually.
I am indeed staying right by acacia mall which I think is the best logistics possible in kampala.

I did hit bubbles the other day and that place is both great but also dangerous: 1 girl I already slept with and 3 other girls I was already talking to from Tinder were all there at the same time, and I had to eject the situation. I went to a more local place on the same street and that was a better vibe for me, since I was the only white guy vs a bubbles/big mikes which had a lot of sleazy/old expats and white people in general.

Good to know about "Kabalagala" I will certainly check that out, any specific bar you recommend there?

I bet you're missing uganda already by now Wink



(11-18-2018 01:53 PM)Captain_Crunch Wrote:  
(11-16-2018 07:02 AM)TwinTurbo Wrote:  I'm in Kampala now and here for another month - anyone in town? Hit me up!

So far I'm digging this city. I'll post some info once I've been here longer

Hey Twin Turbo, regret I did not come back to this thread while you were in Kampala. Just curious where you stayed while there and how it was? Secondly, did you visit Acacia Avenue while in Kampala (I know, its a rhetorical question). Did you frequent Bubbles O’Leary’s and Big Mike’s across the way? Also, did you venture to Kabalagala? Most the locals will try to caution you away (most the Hotel staff warn you away from this area as it is a walk on the wild side). However, I found Kabalagala the spot that got my primordial juices flowing with the loud music, buzzing activity and hot-bodied Ugandan hotties letting their hair down. I know, definitely a sleazier vibe, but if you have a little savvy and not your first rodeo, can be interesting.
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Lino wrote: "Captain, who is that chick?"


LOL, she is a woman I met during my time in Kampala - now a social media acquaintance. By the way, they are all on Facebook and Instagram it seems. If you want to have sons that are linebackers, then this is the woman for you. What is not noticeable, she is a very large woman, approximately 5'10" - 5'11". Can only guess her weight
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Hey RVFers, I am a local from Uganda. If you are in the country don’t hesitate to send me a dm and I’ll be obliged to show you around.
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(11-19-2018 09:03 AM)TwinTurbo Wrote:  Hey man - I'm still here, just got here a few days actually.
I am indeed staying right by acacia mall which I think is the best logistics possible in kampala.

I did hit bubbles the other day and that place is both great but also dangerous: 1 girl I already slept with and 3 other girls I was already talking to from Tinder were all there at the same time, and I had to eject the situation. I went to a more local place on the same street and that was a better vibe for me, since I was the only white guy vs a bubbles/big mikes which had a lot of sleazy/old expats and white people in general.

Good to know about "Kabalagala" I will certainly check that out, any specific bar you recommend there?

I bet you're missing uganda already by now Wink



(11-18-2018 01:53 PM)Captain_Crunch Wrote:  
(11-16-2018 07:02 AM)TwinTurbo Wrote:  I'm in Kampala now and here for another month - anyone in town? Hit me up!

So far I'm digging this city. I'll post some info once I've been here longer

Hey Twin Turbo, regret I did not come back to this thread while you were in Kampala. Just curious where you stayed while there and how it was? Secondly, did you visit Acacia Avenue while in Kampala (I know, its a rhetorical question). Did you frequent Bubbles O’Leary’s and Big Mike’s across the way? Also, did you venture to Kabalagala? Most the locals will try to caution you away (most the Hotel staff warn you away from this area as it is a walk on the wild side). However, I found Kabalagala the spot that got my primordial juices flowing with the loud music, buzzing activity and hot-bodied Ugandan hotties letting their hair down. I know, definitely a sleazier vibe, but if you have a little savvy and not your first rodeo, can be interesting.

TwinTurbo, you are spot on. Bubbles and Big Mike’s do cater to the over 50’s, 3-times divorced expats. It is generally a good start for men unfamiliar with Africa, hoping for a safer place to get started. Good idea staying near the mall. Arcadia Suites is a popular stay for tourists; Kampala Serena for those with a little more bank. During my stay, I stayed at the cheapest hotel possible where I was still able to drink the water.

Definitely check out Kabalagala bro. Do you have anyone to go out with? If not, you will be okay (crime in Uganda is nothing like Nigeria and some of the other countries. However, a single foreigner will stand out, so keep your wits about you (and wallet in front pocket). To sum up Kabalagala, this is the area of Uganda that you have come to see its nightlife and rock-hard, curvy, sensual women. It is Kabalagala where the women let their hair down, were form-fitting dresses and tight-hip-hugging denim. And no one, and I mean no one, can get on the dance floor and shake that booty like a Ugandan woman. The same is true for Kansanga – ensure you give Kansamga a shot also. It is almost worth the trip just to sit back with a cold libation on a tepid evening and watch the pulse-racing show. A few of the places I recommend you frequent while in Kabalagala is the “Capital Club”. At Capital Club expect to see sex-workers crawling about. Simply tell them not interested and they will go away. There is also DePosh. A smaller joint, however, definitely worth the visit. Others you should not miss are “Club Amnesia” In Kananga, try out “Al’s Bar” and “Half London” for sure. You will find that thee are a countless clubs scattered in-between and all about. Ny advice, just like fishing, if you are not getting a bite, push on to the next fishing hole. The best thing about Uganda, it is like shooting fish in a barrel. Good fishing my brother!
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Captain Crunch I will certainly be checking out Kabalagala area this weekend, thanks for all the intel.

Regarding places crawling with hookers, Uganda is like Disney-fucking-land compared to Ghana where I just came from. I haven't yet had to deal with any of that shit other than at Bubbles and it wasnt bad. In Accra 1 out of 2 or maybe 2/3 chicks in any mid to high end bar is a hooker, it was out of control. The locals say its a recent phenomenon there, maybe fueled by Tinder where now every plain jane thinks they can make a quick buck spreading her legs.

Re: Kabalagala - Can you remember the name of any spots you went there? Someone mentioned Guvnor as a solid spot, did you check that out?
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Question regarding Kampala which I am not sure were answered :
- I have the prejudice about most of black africa that you get really easily harassed by a lot of people (demanding you money etc.) just because you are white. Not true?
- How reliable is the internet ?
- I understand the best area would be around the Acacia Mall. There are condos around there - same style than in Asia/S-A with gyms/swimming pool?
- How good is the food - is it cheap if you want some more Occidental food (italian, mexican, etc.) ?
- Last but not least... not super very much into huge bootys - appreciate much more the skinny type with as big as possible boobs. There are some there ? Some of the booties I have seen reading the topic are just ''too much'' for my tastes.

BTW, seen some pictures of the ''Nyege-Nyege'' festival and it looked nice. Apparently banned now?
https://ugbliz.com/wp-content/uploads/20...48x600.jpg

Thank you for the very interesting topic.
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(11-22-2018 07:31 AM)TwinTurbo Wrote:  Captain Crunch I will certainly be checking out Kabalagala area this weekend, thanks for all the intel.

Re: Kabalagala - Can you remember the name of any spots you went there? Someone mentioned Guvnor as a solid spot, did you check that out?

“Guvnor” is in the Industrial area. There are a few clubs in this area, however by far and away Guvnor, “Play Club” and “Club Silk” are the top three. I believe all three Expat owned as well. Keep in mind you will pay more in these clubs; however, you will see more a blend of higher quality Ugandan women (meaning educated or better paying jobs) and a few mid-level women. These clubs are more about flash and as close to a Vegas vibe you will experience in Uganda. You will get to see lots of flesh at these clubs as the women come dressed to get all eyes on them. Almost forgot…. while in the Industrial area, if you haven’t been, make sure you also hit “Ange Noir” and its sibling “Ange Mystique” in Kampala (same location). Go Wednesday evening as it is “Ladies Night” and they enter free. This is a three-floor club with Mystique being a Members Only section. Also bear in mind that the ladies at these clubs are not as impressed by Expats buying them drinks, so will need to bring your best game. Also, you will see many women who look like high-fashion models – tall, elegant and dressed showcasing perfect curves. DO NOT be afraid to approach them, it can be daunting, it was for me. However, these stunning women are also on the menu for an Expat who has confidence and game. Many of the ladies here just enjoy putting on something sexy, dancing for the evening, meeting an interesting blend of people. Worth the visit? You bet. TwinTurbo, remember, these clubs are a barometer, not a final destination. When you are in these districts you will come across many other interesting clubs you will want to give a test-drive.

Kabalagala and Kansanga is where you are going to get laid and when you feel like staying out late. These are the locals who do not feel as comfortable in Ntinda or the Industrial Area. Think of Kabalagala and Kansanga as the Sin City of Uganda. Although I enjoyed myself in Ntinda and the Industrial Area, when I visited Kabalagala and Kansanga it was “Game-On”. Muyenga Road is where most all the clubs are in Kabalagala. Word of advice, Muyenga Road is narrow and hard to navigate if you are driving, so strongly suggest Uber or taxi.

When in Kabalagala, visit the “Capital Club” first. The reason Capital Club is a good place to start, it is owned by an Expat and safe (well, male that safer) – a good place to loosen-up for the evening. Capital Club is actually 5-bars within a bar (you’ll see). Be prepared for loud music and elbow-to-elbow hot, curvy women. You will not be disappointed. Keep in mind, this is a meat-market, so there will be other sharks in the tank not afraid to walk on the wild-side. If you are not into dancing, they have pool tables to take a break from the action. As soon as you get the Capital experience, head over to “De Posh” on Muyenga road immediately following. De Posh is open 24 hours (never closes), however give it its respect and go at a prime hour as the hottest women I saw the whole time in Uganda were in this club. These are also two heavyweights for the Kabalagala district. While in Kabalagala also ensure you visit the “Punchline” on Ggaba Road. You get bang for the buck here. I noticed that the women at Punchline tended to be a younger crowd, low to mid-twenties, however did not disappoint. In Kasanga again, make sure you visit “Al’s Bar”, “Half London” and “Hunters Club”. Happy hunting turbo!
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Hey KillArmy:

Will do my best to answer your questions below


Q1: I have the prejudice about most of black africa that you get really easily harassed by a lot of people (demanding you money etc.) just because you are white. Not true?

A1: Not true. Africa is a continent and were you asking me about being at the Likki Market in Lagos, Nigeria, I would be asking you if you fell on your head? However, Africa is comprised of many countries, possessing much the same culture, varies country to country. The people of Kampala, Uganda are far and away the warmest and most welcoming I have found. There has to be a reason that Kenyan men cross the border to find a Ugandan woman to wed. Will you be approached by a begger while here? Perhaps, however nothing to the level which it appears you are suggesting. There are far worse places in the USA (i.e., French Quarter, New Orleans, etc.) for pan-handlers. And to answer your question, you will find no accord of dislike for white people from the Ugandan people. Far more likely to be greeted warmly and with a smile.


Q2: How reliable is the internet?

A2: Yes, just make sure you stay in a Western quality Hotel. Most all the descent hotels have reliable Wi-Fi in Kampala. If you are staying at the Kampala Serena for example the internet will be free (free that is if you do not include the $300/night hotel cost); and may be a small fee in lesser quality hotels. Purchase a local SIM card with data for your phone or tablet when you arrive. You can do this right at the airport in Entebbe when you arrive.


Q3: understand the best area would be around the Acacia Mall. There are condos around there - same style than in Asia/S-A with gyms/swimming pool?

A3: Not sure what you are asking me, however believe you are inquiring about the quality of Hotels? If you are searching for the safest area to stay, yes, the Acacia Mall area is nice. If you are unconcerned with price, I would recommend the following Hotels: Kampala Serena Hotel; Elizabeth Royal Hotel; Kololo Courts Hotel and the Sheraton Kampala. If you want the whole African vibe, stay at the Kampala Serena. There are also Condos for rent, however will need to check with local property management businesses as they will handle the details in this matter.


Q4: How good is the food - is it cheap if you want some more Occidental food (italian, mexican, etc.)?
A4: The food is to die for, and affordable. Allow me to mention that I am not a finicky eater. I live in a California, USA and have some of the finest restaurants in the world near my home. My point is that I am uninterested in traveling 8,000 miles to eat “imitation Italian”. Now that being said ? The food is amazing. If you do not have a sensitive palate, try some of the local dishes. I personally recommend luwombo a traditional dish (steamed beef/chicken w/vegetables, potatoes, carrots, wrapped in banana leaves). My favorite roadside food was far and away Muchomo (chicken gizzards or pork kabobs). You can even find Muchomo in the nicer restaurants of Kampala. For breakfast try Katogo (Ugandans swear by it as a hangover remedy). Basically a mix of fried plantains w/soup, beef, (chicken and goat also work) beans, w/vegetables. Once I ried Katogo, I ate it for breakfast my last three days in Kampala. Now, to the crux of your question; regarding international cuisine? Yes, of course, you will not only find French, Italian, Mexican cuisine in local restaurants, however, Hotel restaurants as well.


Q5: Last but not least... not super very much into huge bootys - appreciate much more the skinny type with as big as possible boobs. There are some there ? Some of the booties I have seen reading the topic are just ''too much'' for my tastes.
A5: There is every shape and size. Bear in mind that Ugandan women are known for exaggerated curves and tone. If you are looking for a slight, Asian shape, this is not the place. These womens bodies are strong, shapely and powerful with tapered waists (hardly any body fat). I joked in an earlier post, if you are hoping your future son to one day become a sports star (football, baseball, etc.), this is the place. Bear in mind that not all bodies are created alike. There are many Ugandan ladies with more traditional shapes as well. If you look at three of the photos I posted recently of the three ladies, they are all well-formed as they say in Africa. To be clear, physically, Ugandan women on average tend to have a more athletic look to them. They have good muscle-tone, strong and serious curves with a small waist. On average they are more filled out in the boobs, hips and thighs than your garden-variety white woman. I actually asked a Ugandan woman when there, why Ugandan women have such killer curves, and many white women do not? Just curious what her answer would be? She smiled and said Ugandan women continued to develop physically while white women seem to stop at puberty. She was kidding of course. Hope this answers your questions.
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Ange noir and Ange mistique are they still running? Sources told me they are closed for YEARS?

And about the expenses for dating these Ugandan women? Some say it's for free, some say only some taxi money 40 or 50 000 UGX, and others paying 300 000 UGX for a girl....

Some clarification would be appreciated....
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Absolutely amazing answers Captain_, thank you, very much appreciated.

All in all, can you do good if you have a 1500/2000 USD maximum budget for everything? I have seen some not too pricey Airbnbs, seems fine, but they don't seem to be in condos, I wonder if security would be 100% fine.

I never considered Africa (apart from Cape Town) but you are definitely changing my mind on the subject. Thanks.
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Safety wise - you have nothing to worry about man. From all my african travels, I would say Uganda is the safest place. Make sure the airbnb is well located though- ideally you want to be walking distance from Acacia Mall. Otherwise you will end up taking boda bodas (motorbike taxis) often which I try to avoid because I've already seen a few accidents happen in front of me (if you do make sure you used SafeBoda to order them, at least they will have a helmet for you)

Avoid walking around alone at night and be aware of your surroundings and you will be fine.


(11-23-2018 09:42 AM)Killarmy Wrote:  Absolutely amazing answers Captain_, thank you, very much appreciated.

All in all, can you do good if you have a 1500/2000 USD maximum budget for everything? I have seen some not too pricey Airbnbs, seems fine, but they don't seem to be in condos, I wonder if security would be 100% fine.

I never considered Africa (apart from Cape Town) but you are definitely changing my mind on the subject. Thanks.
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Ange Noir/Ange Mystique have combined with Guvnor. They are owned by the same people. There was a remodel a few years back where a decision was made to combine them. Bought an Ange Mystique tee-shirt while there.

Regarding “pocket-friendly” price, if you do not mind going native, you can find lodging for $12/day. However, for $20-$23 you can find a descent room at the Aponye Hotel and Ravens Hotel. You will get what you pay for and may have to go