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Logistics, Logistics, Logistics

Logistics is the most overlooked part of picking up abroad, but it is crucial.

You can get spruced up and go out, have women swooning over you all night and run your best game, but if you don’t have a place to do the deed, it’s all for nothing. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes you’ll ‘get lucky’. She might have her own place—or be slutty enough to take a pounding in the nightclub toilet or your hostel dorm room—but the truth is, more often than not, you’ll end up alone in a frustrated wankaton, thinking about what could have been.

Hoping to get lucky? Fuck that. Real luck is simply preparation meeting opportunity.

Logistics, logistics, logistics.

The more I travel, the more I feel the need to hammer home this point in caveman speak: NO ROOM, NO BOOM-BOOM. If your logistics are sucky, you ain’t getting lucky.

This means spending more money and increasing your travel budget. Don’t like the sound of that? Well, then go fuck yourself. Literally. Quality chicks don’t dig  ninja sex in smelly dorms.

In conclusion, you need to upgrade from a Backpacker’s budget to a Player’s budget.  In general, whether you’re bouncing around  Asia, Africa or Europe, this equates to roughly $1500-$2000+ a month, minimum. When I first starting travelling I got by on $1200 a month, but now I  spend around 2K and shell out for proper accommodation and drink like a fish every night. As result, the amount of naked women in my bed has increased ten-fold.

So, here’s the game plan…

Rent an Apartment


This is the best possible option. Make sure it’s near the action, too. Google ‘city x’, ‘short term’ and ‘apartment’, or use sites likes Even if you’re only staying two nights, it’s worth it. You’d be surprised what gems you can get for $30 a night. (From now on in my city guides, I will give you guys tips in this regard). I also recommend you get an apartment with wifi. It’s make a huge different, especially in conservative countries. With the web, your place becomes a web itself. You can creep online for local ladies without even venturing outside, meet them discreetly, and lure them back to feast on their flesh. Also, it’s just good if you want to check your emails, log on to or read the best of the manosphere.

Renting a hotel room

You could also get a hotel room—an expensive option, that personally, I avoid like the plague. Unfortunately, sometime you have no choice. The most important thing is to make sure that your hotel is ‘guest’ friendly. You’d be surprised how many hotels are cunts about people having casual sex. In the Middle East, even in a relatively liberal place like Lebanon, they ask for passports and details. If you’re with a local, they cannot stay with you to stay there unless you’re married. WTF? I know this from painful experience, hotel-hopping in Beirut for two hours in the middle of the night.

Private Room in a Hostel

Coin flip.

This is often a great compromise. Many (if not most) hostels offer cheap private rooms. You meet people, get the party atmosphere of a hostel, but you don’t have to deal with dorm rooms or the expense of hotels. In Scandinavia, this was ace.  The only problem is this: many hostels, like hotels, are not ‘guest’ friendly either. In Georgia, for example, every hostel we went to don’t even let locals (except staff) on the premises! I had the same problems in China and Africa. Western European hostels tend to be major cockblockers, too, with heavy security at night and rigorous interrogations before they even let you inside.

“Where is your key card?”

“What your name and room number?”

“Who is that drunk black chick hoisted over you’re shoulder?”

Give me break, will ya?! I understand you need to keep out sleazy whoremongers and street hookers, but what about us legitimate players just having fun?

Love Motels / Brothels

Ah, memories.

A last resort, but sometimes, in the likes of Liberia or Korea, you have no choice than a rent-by-the-hour shithole. Hey, if it gets the job done, screw it. It’s better than nothing. At least in East Asia these places have a limited degree of class. But have you ever smelt the cum of  the unwashed pillows of a Guinean brothel?

I have. 

Too many times, my friends.

But it’s the sacrifice I make to get the job done.

Other Articles on Logistics:

How to have sex in a hostel by Nomadic Matt

The secret to fast sex by Roosh V

Advanced Logistics video by Adam Lyons


7 Responses to Logistics, Logistics, Logistics

  1. Blacknight November 12, 2012 at 12:46 am #

    Another great article!

    Dude i liked the other white layout for this website its a lot easier on the eyes.

    And another thing are you going to categorize your forum like the Rooshv site with Game,Lifestyle, Travel etc

    Well anyways dude keep up the good work!

  2. 3rd Millenium Men November 12, 2012 at 9:27 am #

    Brilliant advice, especially to have this all in one place!!! Rent an apartment and private room in a hostel… brilliant ideas and ones I do often.

  3. Rick91 November 12, 2012 at 2:53 pm #

    No nomad keep your site the way it is. I was well pissed off when you changed it for like a day. Even if you have no new posts i usually check your site for the blog roll its well helpful its like the news for the manosphere.

  4. attila November 13, 2012 at 10:23 pm #

    What do you mean by: “I had the same problems in China and Africa.”

    Which part of Africa doesn’t allow “guests” or local friends in your average guest house room? At least not a problem in East Africa, where, in addition, I think “a guest house” is more proper description than “a hostel.”

    I believe it’s a problem in the Middle East but seems weird to this extent.

  5. Brian Mark November 14, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Great article, Your prices are exactly what I experienced. 2K is about what I spent in Ukraine a month to have my own apt. Expensive hotels in Kiev will not let you bring a girl back unless you pay them off. SE Asia hotels can be friendly, but apartments are always better, if you are staying LT. I’ve also moved out of hostels, because nice girls don’t want to stay there with all the people watching.

  6. David November 24, 2012 at 4:37 am #

    Hey, I am a huge fan of your blog mate! I just felt to point out this in regard to hotel-security as I work as one myself. I work alone and it`s very common that hotels with only one staff at night have high security from 11pm to 7am. If you think about it we have a lot of people we are responsible for and yeah as boring as it might seem we need to have control over what is happening in case of emergencies!!! I used to be sloppy the first year as security and shit…you don`t even know all the fucked up trouble I got into bc of that. Also, people pay to sleep there to and I am sure you would not be happy with paying for a place where you can not sleep bc people are fucking like mooses,partying and scream when taking 🙂

    Here is my tip if you want to have a hotel and bring someone with you. Book a room with a hotel with more than one staff during the night. They don`t operate by such strict rules. keep up the good work with ur blog!!!


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