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  1. #17507

    Tijuana Opening?

    I know an American girl that lives in Rosarito, she says things are opening back up including the few strip clubs that are there, I was wondering if some of you guys that are still going over could gather and provide some intelligence reports on when the Hong Kong, AB, TB etc are going to open. I have a feeling it's going to be sometime this month. I will take anything at this point including gut feelings.

  2. #17506
    Quote Originally Posted by ClamSlammer  [View Original Post]
    Decided to check out Jalos to see if they had a lineup. The desk guy said that the CC chicas were staying at La Carreta Hotel and he walked us there to view the lineup. When we arrived, he whistled up 5 SG's that were standing outside Carreta. That was his lineup of CC chicas. A mixture of 3-5's so left quickly.
    This one is cracking me up.

    And they're going to charge you BG's price for those SG's lineups. LMAO!

    Thanks for the report.

  3. #17505
    Does anyone have info about whether any of the following are open or have a good chance of being open by the first week of July?

    -Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT).

    -Playas de Tijuana and / or Playas de Rosarito (beaches).

    -Shops down and along Avenida Revolucion, in particular some of the breweries and the various souvenir shops. I know the breweries currently do to-go / carryout but I'm wondering about them opening up soon for dine-in. I understand venues that are strictly bars might not be open for a while but I wonder if it's different for cases where the bar serves food (so can technically be classified as a "restaurant" which is generally the case in the USA As bars that serve food have generally been allowed to open earlier in many states in the USA So don't know if it's the same in Mexico).

    Looking to hang out down there the entire Independence Day weekend without having to cross back over into the USA (walking over by foot) so hopefully there are at least a few things to do / venues such as the above to patronize. So if anyone has info let me know.

    I have heard most outdoor taco stands are operating per usual, including the one by HK.

    ClamSlammer. Had to laugh of the girl from HK that's obsessed with you. Have a couple like that myself at Adelita's. Both perfectly nice, pretty chicas, just way too pushy for my tastes.

  4. #17504
    Quote Originally Posted by AmorPorFavor  [View Original Post]
    I have always driven into Mexico for the last 20 or so years. I've been going down there from SD for about the last 40 years on and off. The last time I walked over around 20 years ago no ID or anything was needed, you just walked right in. I'm thinking about trying a walk over when things settle down a bit with the virus. I have Sentri. Can I walk into Mexico with just a CA drivers license and my Sentri card or do I need to bring my passport? I do not have a passport card and would rather not bring my passport if not needed. Thanks in advance for any info on this.
    Bring your passport to go in, use your DL or Sentri to leave.

  5. #17503

    Passport card. Or passport

    Passport card or passport. Mexico border patrol.

    SENTRI Line. Ready Line Passport Card, Passport, CA ID? CBP.

    Response to:. I'm thinking about trying a walk over when things settle down a bit with the virus. I have Sentri. Can I walk into Mexico with just a CA drivers license and my Sentri card or do I need to bring my passport? I do not have a passport card and would rather not bring my passport if not needed. Thanks in advance for any info on this.

  6. #17502
    RTTF. The same question was literally just answered a couple of posts below.

    Quote Originally Posted by AmorPorFavor  [View Original Post]
    I have always driven into Mexico for the last 20 or so years. I've been going down there from SD for about the last 40 years on and off. The last time I walked over around 20 years ago no ID or anything was needed, you just walked right in. I'm thinking about trying a walk over when things settle down a bit with the virus. I have Sentri. Can I walk into Mexico with just a CA drivers license and my Sentri card or do I need to bring my passport? I do not have a passport card and would rather not bring my passport if not needed. Thanks in advance for any info on this.

  7. #17501

    Documents needed to walk into Tijuana?

    I have always driven into Mexico for the last 20 or so years. I've been going down there from SD for about the last 40 years on and off. The last time I walked over around 20 years ago no ID or anything was needed, you just walked right in. I'm thinking about trying a walk over when things settle down a bit with the virus. I have Sentri. Can I walk into Mexico with just a CA drivers license and my Sentri card or do I need to bring my passport? I do not have a passport card and would rather not bring my passport if not needed. Thanks in advance for any info on this.

  8. #17500

    Trip Report Thur June 3

    Hadn't been to the Zona in months due to obvious reasons and a monger friend came down from the Bay Area so we decided to check out the Zona. Arrived at about 8 pm on Thursday. Foot traffic was considerably down. But it seemed like most of the street carts were open for business. All the bars were shuttered. There was a number of SG's available. Saw a handful of white walkers but not Jamie or Kayla.

    I'd say maybe 30% of usual SG capacity.

    Decided to check out the lineup at Cascadas. There were about 18 chicas or so. Some were decent, most were not. About the usual quality for HK. Went to Rizo to check out the lineup and there were about 10 chicas. One was about an 8 but she literally didn't look up from her phone the 5 minutes I was there. Left and walked around the block a couple times. Decided to check out Jalos to see if they had a lineup. The desk guy said that the CC chicas were staying at La Carreta Hotel and he walked us there to view the lineup. When we arrived, he whistled up 5 SG's that were standing outside Carreta. That was his lineup of CC chicas. A mixture of 3-5's so left quickly.

    Walked around the block a couple more times, then returned to Cascadas to see if the lineup had changed. It was the same chicas. Went back to Rizo and it was the same chicas too. This time the hot one wasn't glued to her phone. We were offered a table so we sat down and ordered a few beers and just observed. There were about 10 chicas including the one hot one. I recognized a couple from TB and HK. There was music and about 5 meseros / workers hovering around. A couple had masks on but none of the chicas did. The hot one was skinny, medium skin tone for a Mexicana, blonde hair, about 5'5" and maybe 22 yo. She was annoying though, big loud mouth. Always talking, real loud, had no trouble hearing her across the room over the music. Was dancing around, probably had a good buzz. I noticed some chicas were drinking full sized beers, and one was drinking puta-sized. There was one chica from HK who is obsessed with me, and she quickly came over before I had a chance to hide. Sat with me about 10 minutes before thankfully she left. She has a really pretty face but a little older and not skinny. With a horrific ugly skull tattoo on her thigh. I think she might have just gotten her ass done as it was much more obtrusive than I remember. Anyhow, the reason I mention her is because I always thought she had a pretty face because I only saw her at HK. Rizo has normal lighting, about the same as your average hotel lobby. So you can see a lot more imperfections. A lot more of the blemishes under their makeup that you normally can't see inside the dark bars. So just be aware of that.

    Sat around for about an hour, then walked the block a couple more times. It was maybe 11 pm and there was only a handful of SG's left. Decided to head home but am curious to head back over soon.

  9. #17499
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone walked into Mexico within the last few days, and what kind of questions are they asking if any. I plan to come down for a few days and have contemplated driving across and avoiding the paperwork for the tourist card, but would rather walk. If asked what I am doing or crossing for into Mexico, I plan to say I'm getting some dental work done.

    I'm not worried about crossing back into the USA, but am more concerned about entering on foot.

    Any observations, or advice would be appreciated for entering Mexico by foot.

    Thanks.
    I walked across a few days ago. The only thing they asked me was how many days will you be staying. I guess it depends on the immigration officer but there wasn't anyone else crossing at that time.

  10. #17498

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Asting  [View Original Post]
    For entering Mexico by foot, say I'm getting some dental work done works fine for me.

    You just need a proper documentation (passport) and get a free 7 days permit or 6 months FFM for 500 something pesos.

    Sometimes they check your temperature, sometimes they're not.

    Don't forget your mask. Some stores & establishments in Tijuana wouldn't let you in without a mask.
    Baster and Aster thanks for the information. As far as crossing / returning I have a Passport, Passport Card, and Sentri. I never take my Passport across the border but use my Passport Card to enter, and for crossing back into the USA I use my Sentri Card. Thanks again for this information!

  11. #17497
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone walked into Mexico within the last few days, and what kind of questions are they asking if any. I plan to come down for a few days and have contemplated driving across and avoiding the paperwork for the tourist card, but would rather walk. If asked what I am doing or crossing for into Mexico, I plan to say I'm getting some dental work done.

    I'm not worried about crossing back into the USA, but am more concerned about entering on foot.

    Any observations, or advice would be appreciated for entering Mexico by foot.

    Thanks.
    For entering Mexico by foot, say I'm getting some dental work done works fine for me.

    You just need a proper documentation (passport) and get a free 7 days permit or 6 months FFM for 500 something pesos.

    Sometimes they check your temperature, sometimes they're not.

    Don't forget your mask. Some stores & establishments in Tijuana wouldn't let you in without a mask.

  12. #17496
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone walked into Mexico within the last few days, and what kind of questions are they asking if any. I plan to come down for a few days and have contemplated driving across and avoiding the paperwork for the tourist card, but would rather walk. If asked what I am doing or crossing for into Mexico, I plan to say I'm getting some dental work done.

    I'm not worried about crossing back into the USA, but am more concerned about entering on foot.

    Any observations, or advice would be appreciated for entering Mexico by foot.

    Thanks.
    I have crossed on foot the last few weekends. Nobody ever asked me any questions. And only took my temperture one time. I was prepared with a few excuses just in case. And dental appointment was one of them. Try this one tell them you are looking for peace quiet and safety and you are tired of all the riots and violence in the USA.

  13. #17495

    Information Request- San Ysidro Border Crossing USA Into Mexico

    Has anyone walked into Mexico within the last few days, and what kind of questions are they asking if any. I plan to come down for a few days and have contemplated driving across and avoiding the paperwork for the tourist card, but would rather walk. If asked what I am doing or crossing for into Mexico, I plan to say I'm getting some dental work done.

    I'm not worried about crossing back into the USA, but am more concerned about entering on foot.

    Any observations, or advice would be appreciated for entering Mexico by foot.

    Thanks.

  14. #17494
    Was talking to a girl I know from Adelita's earlier today. She says she's still been working. Some girls hang out in the Adelity hotel lobby to pick up customers. I'm assuming maybe similar at other spots like HK's hotel for now. She says many Americans are still coming down, crossing the border. Says they've told her they come for all kinds of reasons. Often not essential (for example even if they say just to eat tacos LOL) - but the customs people generally still let them through without problems despite the restrictions you hear about on the news. Thinking about maybe heading down 1st week of July (holiday weekend) regardless of whether things are back open then.

  15. #17493
    Quote Originally Posted by DonCarlos1234  [View Original Post]
    We just had thousands of protesters heading down my street. Hope they don't set everything of fire later tonight.
    I have been fascinated with the tijuana crime issue which is generally due to no jails prisons and therefore no detectives since people don't stay in jail long. But, NYC has been heading towards this model over last year, by eliminating bail, so most go free on 1 hour, and now coronavirus they let most criminals go, and now with protests, last night in Manhattan I walked for 7 hours watching people break into stores all night police racing around town, mostly they only tried to protect Macy's apple store and Microsoft, target. Even best buy I watched 40 bust through no cops came they watched from across street. But this was nothing. Saturday was 100% mayhem with 60 thousand protesters surrounding 800 cops throwing glass bottles bricks at them, the only guy arested a white guy playing biggie smalls "give me the loot". These people were getting 3 inches from cops nose screaming they will kill them, they have a small cock, there homo, there ugly, their a piece of crap, on and on, god bless those police. They have very strict mental health requirements to get hired. They have off the charts patience. Unfortunately many go home after this and shoot themselves in the head. 100% of these criminals would not last 1 week living in Tijuana with no law and order. Nobody ever moves to america and says I wish we had no law and order like mexico.

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