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  1. #284
    Just a quick summary for everyone. I flew in and was given a six month pass for tourism.

    I wound up busing to the border and walking across on foot. It was easy. They just needed my passport and that tourism pass.

    In unrelated question. Has anyone else encountered an issue with girls having body odor? I didn't have this problem until recently. 3 in a row seemed to smell of sweat. Bad reek. One had a busy day apparently which was gross. All around it had some issues with her hygiene. Another was freshly showered at 10 am. I was the first of the day. After 40 minutes in bed she got very sweaty and kind of reeked.

  2. #283

    Buen Fin

    Just a heads up to those that are looking for some good deals. From Nov 10th thru Nov 16th is "Buen Fin" week as businesses give special discounts to customers. Now if you don't live in Mexico this doesn't matter but for those that fly you can get some really good deals on flights. For example Volaris has discounts on flights from now thru March 2023.

  3. #282
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenrisqrb  [View Original Post]
    Is it possible for me to fly to Mexico then take a bus up to the border to cross back?

    Flights have gotten expensive because of the pilot shortage.
    Yes, just don't lose your immigration ticket they give you when you fly in. Otherwise you will spend an hour in the immigration office filling out paperwork and spend 50 $ or so to get back in.

  4. #281
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenrisqrb  [View Original Post]
    Is it possible for me to fly to Mexico then take a bus up to the border to cross back?

    Flights have gotten expensive because of the pilot shortage.
    Everything's possible depending on where you're going.

  5. #280

    US citizen crossing border

    Is it possible for me to fly to Mexico then take a bus up to the border to cross back?

    Flights have gotten expensive because of the pilot shortage.

  6. #279
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnClayton  [View Original Post]
    I'm still thinking about a motorcycle trip to Mexico in March. Probably SF to Tijuana, Caborca, Hermosillo, LOS Mochis, Mazatlan, then down the coast to see a friend in Michoacan. Those roads in Sonora, particularly Hwy 2 from Tijuana, look so frigging boring, and my bike is loafing at 100 mph. I know well enough to creep through the towns, but what's the likelihood of getting ticketed out there in the middle of nowhere?
    Have you taken that trip? How did it go?

  7. #278

    Is Mexican Mediocrity a Defense Against a Mass Influx of Gringo Retirees?

    By Steve Sailer.

    "Despite Mexico's problems, it does not suffer, objectively, from Tragic Dirt. It's not Mali, it's one of the nicer pieces of landscape on earth due to much of it being at enough altitude to mitigate its tropical latitude. But Mexicans don't seem all that intent on maximizing the potential of their homeland through civic-minded improvements.

    I have a vague theory that Mexicans fear that gringos would overwhelm their country if it weren't so craptastic. Mexican mediocrity is a price Mexicans are willing to pay to keep tens of millions of Americans from retiring to Mexico. In 1967, I visited with my parents the Lake Chapala colony of American retirees (where Fred Reed lives). So the idea of retiring to Mexico has been around for a long time.

    . . Here's an article by an aging American surfer girl who semi-retired to Mazatlan in Mexico in 2006. She lives on $1200 per month.

    She doesn't mention crime, which exploded in Mexico in 2007 when the PAN government declared war on the cartels. Mazatlan, which seemed pretty safe when I was there in 1982, is in Sinaloa, which has been bad news for the last 14 years. But the article is otherwise informative. From CNBC. . . But there are challenges. 1. The weather can get really hot and humid. 2. Unbelievably high noise levels. If you've been to Mexico, you know that noise levels are often through the roof. Speaking of roofs, in many towns, "watchdogs" are kept there, and they bark all the time at nothing or at everything. In many parts of Mexico, people keep dogs on their roofs as a kind of early warning system. . . I can remember walking through a residential neighborhood in Acapulco late at night in 1979 and one dog started barking and you could hear the dogs barking spread block by block until you could hear dogs over a radius of about a mile barking.

    And then there are the parties, for birthdays, quinceneras, religious and other holidays. Often these events include rented speakers as big as refrigerators set up in the street in front of their (and your) house. You might find your street blocked by a bounce house or funeral memorial for a day. Or three.

    . . . Open-air taxis, called pulmonias, have gigantic sound systems with speakers that blast music as they make their way through the neighborhoods. While ostensibly there are city sound ordinances, they're rarely, if ever, enforced. What to bring to Mexico? High quality ear plugs. . .

    Piles of trash: Trash pick-up is one example. In most Mexican towns, garbage is simply piled on certain street corners in whatever plastic bags or boxes one has handy. No one "oversees" the process, and it's often a sticky, stinky mess. Why don't they use garbage cans? Don't ask. . . ".

    Full article: https://www.unz.com/isteve/is-mexica...influx-of-gri/.

  8. #277

    SA Mexicana prospects

    What's a good time frame from first contact on SA to invite a civilian from CDMX / GDL / MTY to a weekend beach getaway?

  9. #276
    Speeding fines are in place to protect all road users and disputing them is a task that shouldn't be undertaken if you think you may have broken the limit. Always obey traffic laws and never exceed the speed limit.

  10. #275

    Speeding through northern Sonora

    I'm still thinking about a motorcycle trip to Mexico in March. Probably SF to Tijuana, Caborca, Hermosillo, LOS Mochis, Mazatlan, then down the coast to see a friend in Michoacan. Those roads in Sonora, particularly Hwy 2 from Tijuana, look so frigging boring, and my bike is loafing at 100 mph. I know well enough to creep through the towns, but what's the likelihood of getting ticketed out there in the middle of nowhere?

  11. #274
    Perfect. That means they are on their way to herd immunity.

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    Hi,

    I am new in Bangalore. Seniors help me. In Cali spa who ans all provide FS and is it affordable. Multiple times asked review about mallu girl. But couldn't find any proper report. I don't have subscription.

  14. #271
    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    Can't help with gift cards. But phone recharges are very simple, I use topup.com, (mobilerecharge). All you need to know is the carrier, telcel, movistar, etc, it's very simple to do. Recipient has no idea who sent the saldo.
    I also use Xoom when I am in the USA to fill up my Mexico phone. Xoom is a Payal company.

  15. #270
    Quote Originally Posted by SonicBoom1  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know how I could send someone a gift card in mexico from US, without disclosing my name or credit card number of course? What about phone recharges.
    Can't help with gift cards. But phone recharges are very simple, I use topup.com, (mobilerecharge). All you need to know is the carrier, telcel, movistar, etc, it's very simple to do. Recipient has no idea who sent the saldo.

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