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  1. #18578
    The main thing is to never let your guard down in Tijuana. In my mind the Mexicans see you us a rich gringo that they can get money from. When I am in the Zona I always look to see who is behind me The one good thing is that the Zona ha become much safer in the past year or so. But should not let you lull yourself into dropping your guard down. There has also been some reports that the police have been trying to extract more bribes recently.

    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherMouzone  [View Original Post]
    Nearly every time I've gone to Tijuana (20+ times from the East Coast) I've gone solo and had no issues. Honestly, would just exercise the same precautions in Tijuana that you'd exercise in any sketchy area of the USA That you're unfamiliar with. Mainly keep a low profile, don't act like an ass (this is probably most important LOL), and mind your surroundings as you're walking around. Don't venture out from the core areas of Zona Norte, especially at night. If you look like / fit the profile of someone who has $$$ maybe dress down a bit. In particular for street girls appearance isn't all that big of a deal IMO. I always prefer nights, but daytime / afternoon might be better looking for street girls if you're especially worried about your safety. But again, I've been to Tijuana solo 20+ times (which I guess actually isn't a whole lot of times relative to many on this board) and never had any issues.

  2. #18577

    Pushy mezeros

    Quote Originally Posted by Dogers69  [View Original Post]
    Absolutely nothing to do of interest in San Diego at night if your single, so went to Tijuana. Hk, a bit quiet before 10 at least. Chicago was no fun. Normally Chicago has better effort woman but the layout is tough where everyone can see everyone at all times. Anyway Adelitas actually was crowded no idea why maybe men getting sick of hearing 100 dollars st HK. The 2 ficha I bought st Adelitas, the girl still wanted 100. I don't offer 70, if she says 80 ill offer 70. Otherwise forget it. Then was told to leave by bartender as soon as she left because I didn't want a drink again immediately. Grumpy folks in Adelitas these days. Anyway, if your Mexican or like Mexican music and can find fun in chubbier woman, Gloria bar still has 2 beers for 4 bucks, a lot of woman, I qas only gringo in it. To me Gloria bar has taken over what was once Chaveles. Was quoted 70 by 1 girl who most would rate a 6.5. Only problem is, 1 time I was in the Gloria bar hotel, the girl didn't shower before or after, it was sex on bed spread no sheets, I don't think there was towels for either of us. Its just a lot issues if your hygienic at all.
    "Then was told to leave by bartender as soon as she left because I didn't want a drink again immediately. Grumpy folks in Adelitas these days. ".

    That's exactly what I feel. Unlike HK, Adelita"s is a no go zone now.

  3. #18576
    Quote Originally Posted by OPIllini  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I live in the Chicago area and turn 49 in January. I am thinking of going to Tijuana for the first time ever to celebrate my birthday. I know it's been recommended that first-time visitors to Tijuana should go with a friend or two who have been there already for safety reasons. But I am considering going by myself. What reasonable precautions can I exercise while in Tijuana? I'm focusing on the paraditas (street girls).
    I'd say definitely come down. It's the unknown to you but there's nothing to be afraid of. Being from Chicago, you're going to be blown away if you're used to The Admiral, All Stars and Heavenly Bodies. I know well the 708 now turned 630. There's no secrets to staying safe in the Zona. Just the usual practices when in sketchy areas. I'd say the #1 rule is to not engage in conversation with any male on the street not wearing a bar uniform. Buy yourself a forum membership so you have access to PM and I'll help you out.

  4. #18575
    Quote Originally Posted by OPIllini  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I live in the Chicago area and turn 49 in January. I am thinking of going to Tijuana for the first time ever to celebrate my birthday. I know it's been recommended that first-time visitors to Tijuana should go with a friend or two who have been there already for safety reasons. But I am considering going by myself. What reasonable precautions can I exercise while in Tijuana? I'm focusing on the paraditas (street girls).
    Nearly every time I've gone to Tijuana (20+ times from the East Coast) I've gone solo and had no issues. Honestly, would just exercise the same precautions in Tijuana that you'd exercise in any sketchy area of the USA That you're unfamiliar with. Mainly keep a low profile, don't act like an ass (this is probably most important LOL), and mind your surroundings as you're walking around. Don't venture out from the core areas of Zona Norte, especially at night. If you look like / fit the profile of someone who has $$$ maybe dress down a bit. In particular for street girls appearance isn't all that big of a deal IMO. I always prefer nights, but daytime / afternoon might be better looking for street girls if you're especially worried about your safety. But again, I've been to Tijuana solo 20+ times (which I guess actually isn't a whole lot of times relative to many on this board) and never had any issues.

  5. #18574

    Mexican Generic Sildenafil vs USA Generic Sildenafil 100 MG

    Started out using Figral from Piri Pharmacy. Then I tried Alegre which was better than Figral and then I tried Maxifort which had the best results out of the 3. When it comes to the USA Brands they are far superior and the effects last a lot longer than their Mexican counterparts. When I go to Piri I get Maxifort brand Sildenafil. Has anyone else had similar results?

  6. #18573
    Just checked the cbp site and the pedestrian lane heading back into the US are open.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    I checked the CBP site and there is no alerts or info that indicates there is a pedestrian closure. Also tried calling, but was only able to reach the CBP border crossing hotline. There was no news about a closure. I will try checking later on tonite. If anyone has any info please post. ?

  7. #18572
    Absolutely nothing to do of interest in San Diego at night if your single, so went to Tijuana. Hk, a bit quiet before 10 at least. Chicago was no fun. Normally Chicago has better effort woman but the layout is tough where everyone can see everyone at all times. Anyway Adelitas actually was crowded no idea why maybe men getting sick of hearing 100 dollars st HK. The 2 ficha I bought st Adelitas, the girl still wanted 100. I don't offer 70, if she says 80 ill offer 70. Otherwise forget it. Then was told to leave by bartender as soon as she left because I didn't want a drink again immediately. Grumpy folks in Adelitas these days. Anyway, if your Mexican or like Mexican music and can find fun in chubbier woman, Gloria bar still has 2 beers for 4 bucks, a lot of woman, I qas only gringo in it. To me Gloria bar has taken over what was once Chaveles. Was quoted 70 by 1 girl who most would rate a 6.5. Only problem is, 1 time I was in the Gloria bar hotel, the girl didn't shower before or after, it was sex on bed spread no sheets, I don't think there was towels for either of us. Its just a lot issues if your hygienic at all.

  8. #18571
    Quote Originally Posted by OPIllini  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I live in the Chicago area and turn 49 in January. I am thinking of going to Tijuana for the first time ever to celebrate my birthday. I know it's been recommended that first-time visitors to Tijuana should go with a friend or two who have been there already for safety reasons. But I am considering going by myself. What reasonable precautions can I exercise while in Tijuana? I'm focusing on the paraditas (street girls).
    If it's the first time in Zona Norte, please read this.

    "Brockton O'Tool's Tijuana Guide (updated April 2009)" - Lots of good information and still relevant. This post is here on the Tijuana forum (scroll down). Unfortunately, please remember that we are in the middle of an epidemic on corona virus.

  9. #18570
    Quote Originally Posted by OPIllini  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I live in the Chicago area and turn 49 in January. I am thinking of going to Tijuana for the first time ever to celebrate my birthday. I know it's been recommended that first-time visitors to Tijuana should go with a friend or two who have been there already for safety reasons. But I am considering going by myself. What reasonable precautions can I exercise while in Tijuana? I'm focusing on the paraditas (street girls).
    Make sure any hotel room you rent has a heater. It will be cold.

  10. #18569

    1st Timer Precautions

    I would suggest staying at one of the Major Club hotels -- Cascades above Hong Kong, Rizo De Oro above Tropical, Jalos above Chicago or Coahuilla above Adelita. Try to most walking during the day, but the alley and main block. With HK & Adelita should still be safe up til 2/3 am.

    Take the HK or Chicago shuttle to / from the border. A few taxis could be crooked.

    Otherwise just stag on the main drags & don't get too drunk.

    Quote Originally Posted by OPIllini  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I live in the Chicago area and turn 49 in January. I am thinking of going to Tijuana for the first time ever to celebrate my birthday. I know it's been recommended that first-time visitors to Tijuana should go with a friend or two who have been there already for safety reasons. But I am considering going by myself. What reasonable precautions can I exercise while in Tijuana? I'm focusing on the paraditas (street girls).

  11. #18568
    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    I checked the CBP site and there is no alerts or info that indicates there is a pedestrian closure. Also tried calling, but was only able to reach the CBP border crossing hotline. There was no news about a closure. I will try checking later on tonite. If anyone has any info please post. ?
    Some dude name Luke on youtube swore that the pedestrian border closes down, or that CBP leaves a skeleton crew working and the lines grind to a halt right at 10 pm; and this last to 5 am.

  12. #18567

    Pedestrian closing update

    I checked the CBP site and there is no alerts or info that indicates there is a pedestrian closure. Also tried calling, but was only able to reach the CBP border crossing hotline. There was no news about a closure. I will try checking later on tonite. If anyone has any info please post. ?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherMouzone  [View Original Post]
    Luke gets some of his info 2nd hand (as was the case here) and it's not always clear. I think the 10 pm-5 am "closure" would only apply for pedestrians crossing from Mexico to the USA Given the new curfew in the USA Pedestrians crossing from the USA To Mexico can still walk through 24 hours as Mexican customs doesn't have the same curfew. It's also not clear how well this "border closure" will be enforced. Luke primarily mentioned a reduction in staffing during those hours, which wouldn't necessarily be the same as an outright closure. So would just need some folks down on thee scene to provide more clear information.

  13. #18566
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    A northern border free zone where the IVA value-added tax is 8% instead of 16%...was established by the federal government on January 1, 2019. The zone was initially created for a period of two years but will now remain in place for four more. Fuel will also be cheaper on the northern and southern borders because it won't be subject to the same taxes that apply elsewhere in the country.

    AMLO turning into a Trump tax cutter type? Should cost less now for restaurants and hotels in Tijuana due to the tax cut from 16 to 8 percent..
    C'Mon. Man, you know that Tijuana consumers collectively won't save a single peso due to some tax cuts. The business owners are going to pocket every centavo.

    If you really understand the Trump tax "cuts," you will see that they are actually tax increases, unless you are extremely wealthy or are a corporation. Corporate tax rates were reduced to 21% permanently. Individual tax rates were reduced temporarily. The top 5% of earners will see their after-tax income increase by 2.2%. The majority of the population, those within the 80%-20% range of income earners, will see their after-tax income increase by only 1.7% So Trump's tax "cuts" overwhelmingly benefit the rich. And when those temporary tax cuts expire in 2025, the middle class will actually pay more in taxes starting in 2027, with taxes increasing each year starting in 2021. Overall, 60% of the overall tax cuts will benefit the top 20% of earners.

  14. #18565

    First Time Visitor

    Hello all,

    I live in the Chicago area and turn 49 in January. I am thinking of going to Tijuana for the first time ever to celebrate my birthday. I know it's been recommended that first-time visitors to Tijuana should go with a friend or two who have been there already for safety reasons. But I am considering going by myself. What reasonable precautions can I exercise while in Tijuana? I'm focusing on the paraditas (street girls).

  15. #18564

    Taxes will be halved in southern border region states effective January 1

    Lower tax rates will apply in northern and southern border states until 2024.

    Lower tax rates will apply in Mexico's northern and southern border regions until the end of 2024, President López Obrador announced Friday.

    A northern border free zone where the IVA value-added tax is 8% instead of 16%, the maximum income tax rate is 20% instead of 30% and the minimum wage is 50% higher than the rest of the country was established by the federal government on January 1, 2019. The zone was initially created for a period of two years but will now remain in place for four more. Fuel will also be cheaper on the northern and southern borders because it won't be subject to the same taxes that apply elsewhere in the country.

    https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/tax...region-states/

    AMLO turning into a Trump tax cutter type? Should cost less now for restaurants and hotels in Tijuana due to the tax cut from 16 to 8 percent. .

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