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  1. #2000
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I was in Zona yesterday. No problems. Only more CBP staff and more barbed wires. I like "pedeast" border crossing (San Ysidro trolley station). I park my car at the trolley station in Chula Vista and take the trolley to the border and taxi to Zona. Very easy. Traffic near the border (on the US side) can be crazy and chaotic and parking $ 25-30/8 hrs.
    What off ramp on the interstate 5 do you use to get to this trolley station? Is it well lit?

  2. #1999
    Quote Originally Posted by Ctytek  [View Original Post]
    So you are going to switch from posting a bunch of weird newbie questions to being a know-it-all about how Tijuana girl scene operates? But since you asked. No, vast majority of chicks operate completely independently and when they choose to work isn't controlled by anyone.
    He was being sarcastic in response to another unnecessarily sarcastic post.

  3. #1998
    Quote Originally Posted by Ctytek  [View Original Post]
    No, vast majority of chicks operate completely independently and when they choose to work isn't controlled by anyone.
    That's all I needed to know. Hey, if there's a comprehensive sidebar on holiday schedules I'll hold that L, but I'm not going to let "elites" walk all over me for asking genuine questions in a forum that purpose to exist for sharing information, not measuring dick size.

  4. #1997
    So you are going to switch from posting a bunch of weird newbie questions to being a know-it-all about how Tijuana girl scene operates? But since you asked. No, vast majority of chicks operate completely independently and when they choose to work isn't controlled by anyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by DailyMotion9K1  [View Original Post]
    Ah, yeah, makes sense. I mean they built all Zona Norte all by themselves, with absolutely no intervention by organized crime and govt. So they are completely self-governing and therefore have a democratic society, and are free to leave whenever they want, not when the organization deems it convenient to them.

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  6. #1995
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I was in Zona yesterday. No problems. Only more CBP staff and more barbed wires. I like "pedeast" border crossing (San Ysidro trolley station). I park my car at the trolley station in Chula Vista and take the trolley to the border and taxi to Zona. Very easy. Traffic near the border (on the US side) can be crazy and chaotic and parking $ 25-30/8 hrs.
    I was in Tijuana Saturday and Sunday, the city was packed Saturday night, holiday parties. No issues, but you still need to be careful Crime is on the rise.

  7. #1994
    Quote Originally Posted by ClamSlammer  [View Original Post]
    Yes, most definitely. All the 2000+ putas of different hometowns that work in the Zona hold meetings to decide on a specific date in which they all will leave for Christmas vacation via plane, car, bus, train, boat, etc.
    Ah, yeah, makes sense. I mean they built all Zona Norte all by themselves, with absolutely no intervention by organized crime and govt. So they are completely self-governing and therefore have a democratic society, and are free to leave whenever they want, not when the organization deems it convenient to them.

  8. #1993
    Quote Originally Posted by DailyMotion9K1  [View Original Post]
    Is there a day when everyone definitely leaves? I'm currently looking at being there for some number of days between the 14th and 20th.
    Yes, most definitely. All the 2000+ putas of different hometowns that work in the Zona hold meetings to decide on a specific date in which they all will leave for Christmas vacation via plane, car, bus, train, boat, etc.

  9. #1992
    Quote Originally Posted by DailyMotion9K1  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have any opinions on whether it is sufficiently safe to travel to Tijuana next week, or sometime in next five weeks? I am trying to decide if I'm going to go to get rid of my V card and it would have to be now or never in spite of the Honduran immigration issue, tear gas, and border closure.

    I was hoping to find out what people's thoughts were, whether firsthand or if they had done research. Tips, tricks, ways to avoid the hassle, if one border crossing is better than the others, etc. Thanks in advance, I really appreciate your help!
    I was in Zona yesterday. No problems. Only more CBP staff and more barbed wires. I like "pedeast" border crossing (San Ysidro trolley station). I park my car at the trolley station in Chula Vista and take the trolley to the border and taxi to Zona. Very easy. Traffic near the border (on the US side) can be crazy and chaotic and parking $ 25-30/8 hrs.

  10. #1991
    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    I would advise going as soon as possible. This because many girls go on vacation to their home towns in the south of Mexico.
    Is there a day when everyone definitely leaves? I'm currently looking at being there for some number of days between the 14th and 20th.

  11. #1990
    Thanks everyone for the feedback, I feel much better, and I didn't even think about people heading home for the holidays.

    Quote Originally Posted by OneInTheDugOut  [View Original Post]
    It's perfectly safe. Follow rules from other lists. Taxi, don't leave the alley. Wait until mid / late January and l will show you around.
    Thanks for the offer! I'll definitely keep it in mind if my plans change; in theory I start a new job mid January, assuming the boss doesn't withdraw his offer.

  12. #1989
    You should have no problems visiting Tijuana. The migrant caravan people will most likely not be a problem. Although I would check the news for any potential attempts to rush the border. By now the migrants realize that the border patrol and Mexican police will use tear gas other means to stop them if necessary. I suggest using Pedwest to cross the border if you walking across. There is almost no wait at all in afternoon or evenings. I would advise going as soon as possible. This because many girls go on vacation to their home towns in the south of Mexico.

    Quote Originally Posted by DailyMotion9K1  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have any opinions on whether it is sufficiently safe to travel to Tijuana next week, or sometime in next five weeks? I am trying to decide if I'm going to go to get rid of my V card and it would have to be now or never in spite of the Honduran immigration issue, tear gas, and border closure.

    I was hoping to find out what people's thoughts were, whether firsthand or if they had done research. Tips, tricks, ways to avoid the hassle, if one border crossing is better than the others, etc. Thanks in advance, I really appreciate your help!

  13. #1988
    Quote Originally Posted by DailyMotion9K1  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have any opinions on whether it is sufficiently safe to travel to Tijuana next week, or sometime in next five weeks? I am trying to decide if I'm going to go to get rid of my V card and it would have to be now or never in spite of the Honduran immigration issue, tear gas, and border closure.

    I was hoping to find out what people's thoughts were, whether firsthand or if they had done research. Tips, tricks, ways to avoid the hassle, if one border crossing is better than the others, etc. Thanks in advance, I really appreciate your help!
    My employer is putting me in Tijuana next week to support an audit by a US federal agency. As of today the audit is still planned as scheduled. I would think that the government has sufficient intel to know what's going on and would prevent one of their federal employees from going there if they anticipated a problem. I could be wrong, but I doubt it. And of course you know this means at least a few spicy reports should be coming up soon.

  14. #1987
    Quote Originally Posted by DailyMotion9K1  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have any opinions on whether it is sufficiently safe to travel to Tijuana next week, or sometime in next five weeks? I am trying to decide if I'm going to go to get rid of my V card and it would have to be now or never in spite of the Honduran immigration issue, tear gas, and border closure.

    I was hoping to find out what people's thoughts were, whether firsthand or if they had done research. Tips, tricks, ways to avoid the hassle, if one border crossing is better than the others, etc. Thanks in advance, I really appreciate your help!
    It's perfectly safe. Follow rules from other lists. Taxi, don't leave the alley. Wait until mid / late January and l will show you around.

  15. #1986

    Travelling to Tijuana first timer, given border closure possibility.

    Does anyone have any opinions on whether it is sufficiently safe to travel to Tijuana next week, or sometime in next five weeks? I am trying to decide if I'm going to go to get rid of my V card and it would have to be now or never in spite of the Honduran immigration issue, tear gas, and border closure.

    I was hoping to find out what people's thoughts were, whether firsthand or if they had done research. Tips, tricks, ways to avoid the hassle, if one border crossing is better than the others, etc. Thanks in advance, I really appreciate your help!

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