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The Worlds Best Mongering

Best Whore Mongering Around the World Part I

I have travelled far and wide around the world over the last ten years since being a repeat visitor to Thailand.  I have been searching high and low for the worlds best mongering, the worlds best sex destination.  I would now like to share with you my best mongering memories from around the world.
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Best Sex Tourism 2014

The year 2014 had been an interesting year for the hobby of whore mongering around the world.  In March I visited Gambia in West Africa for the first time.  After leaving my job I took an extended vacation through south east Asia in the months of May and June visiting Thailand, Philippines and Cambodia. Working in the city of London not work out for me so took another extended vacation to Thailand and Cambodia.  Finally in December visiting Agadir in Morocco for the first time.  Lets now review each of these mongering destinations visited during 2014
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Senegambia Apartments

Im enjoying my vacation in Gambia, its very laid back,  friendly, cheap, good food and weather, everything close by and lots of sexy African girls to choose from.  Already I know I will definitely return to Gambia but I wont be staying at Sarjes hotel, or booking a package deal.  Next time it will be at an apartment where there are no joiner fees.
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The girlfriend thing

After returning from my Roots day trip, I rang up my waitress girlfriend and told her I would not be meeting her tonight, I was tired, she was OK about it, not sure how I wanted to play this with her, did I want to do the girlfriend thing, I would feel so guilty about just dumping her, she was a lovely girl…
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The Britannia

After getting another pretty waitresses number I head up the Senegambia to the main road and on the corner is a craft market.  I check out the craft market to see what is on offer, Im not buying now but will take a souvenir  home with me.  There are some excellent wooden carvings in the craft market, you can see the local African men at work, they push you to enter their little shop and buy something
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