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  1. #15610
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    My opinion: Do not mix buying and selling of peoples with legal prostitution. Buying and selling of people is of course illegal and punishable, but legal prostitution is legal prostitution and has nothing to do with buying and selling of people. In many Christian countries, even in the USA in Nevada, prostitution is completely legal. BTW prostitution in the US was legal in the 19th century almost everywhere (San Francisco. Barbary Coast, Texas, Alaska, New Orleans, Manhattan NY and the entire west of the US.) Why prostitution is now illegal in the US except several counties in Nevada it can be interesting and separate discussion. BTW (At the Nevada / California border nobody asks if you visited legal brothels in Nevada and the same on the border of Mexico / California US no one asks if you visited legal brothels in Tijuana).
    I totally agree with this statement, in fact I would go a little further and say that because prostitution is illegal it creates a black market and that in itself creates a demand for buying and selling people for sex, many christian countries have made prostitution legal because it is a social pressure release valve and it solves more problems than it creates.

  2. #15609

    Drive vs walk.

    To Dbate80.

    I always drive over to avoid walking and cabbing, parking the car for free in HK's or Posada Santiago's lots, but I only stay in Tijuana 2 to 3 days at most each time. Driving is easy in Tijuana. Most major intersections have no traffic light, only 4-way stop signs, but traffic is very slow, and people yield to each other. It saves a lot of walking, sweating and delays in Mexico's Immigration.

    If you stay 2 weeks, the car will make it easy and quick to drive to wherever you want to go, escorts hotels or apartments, Playas, Puerto Neuvo for lobster, Rosarito, Ensenada ect You can chase a lot of fine senoritas this way.

    Rental car companies always have a clause that forbid you to drive the car to Mexico or other state due to their collision and theft insurance. You can go on line AAA.COM and buy full insurance in Mexico, but strangely the costs for 2 weeks would be near or exceed 1 year policy, WTF? The insurance booth near the border will charge about $30 a day for comprehensive coverage. Costwise for 2 weeks it may be cheaper without the car. Just take the trolley from San Diego to San Ysidro than use UBER or cabs to move around Tijuana which does not cost a lot.

    You have to figure HK's girls will ask for $100 per session and street girls $20. If you plan to do 2 HK girls a day you need to withdraw 6,000 pesos for sex plus food, drinks, tips. If you plan to do only street girls you can get away with 3,000 pesos a day.

    Thanks guys! I read quite a bit but the ROD reports were pretty outdated, and nobody seemed to speak to the drive vs. Walk issue. Appreciate the info!

    I will be arriving San Diego in one week for a two week stay.

    The how much to change to peso question was per day in Tijuana, not for the two weeks LOL!

    Thanks again!

  3. #15608
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    Debatable IMHO. You certainly can't stop it from happening but I certainly wouldn't advertise it. It is illegal to travel for sex with a minor but the buying and selling of people which is technically what prostitution is will never be OK with christian / judeo cultures like our own.

    The whole trafficking thing has to do with SEX. SEX is a bad bad thing in La La Land, USA.
    My opinion: Do not mix buying and selling of peoples with legal prostitution. Buying and selling of people is of course illegal and punishable, but legal prostitution is legal prostitution and has nothing to do with buying and selling of people. In many Christian countries, even in the USA in Nevada, prostitution is completely legal. BTW prostitution in the US was legal in the 19th century almost everywhere (San Francisco. Barbary Coast, Texas, Alaska, New Orleans, Manhattan NY and the entire west of the US.) Why prostitution is now illegal in the US except several counties in Nevada it can be interesting and separate discussion. BTW (At the Nevada / California border nobody asks if you visited legal brothels in Nevada and the same on the border of Mexico / California US no one asks if you visited legal brothels in Tijuana).

  4. #15607
    Only things I don't think have been mentioned: driving northbound could take anything from 1 to 4 hours to cross. It is slow. Ped crossing could be anything from 10 minutes upwards. It could go either way, of course.

    Walking: not really a good idea to have a map out, or a fancy smartphone with a maps app, or to walk at night. The first time I tried walking northbound I got to the end of the street and couldn't work out where I needed to go next. Gave up, walked back, got a taxi. Turned out had I just walked another 20 steps it would have been blindingly obvious. The next time I walked southbound but this time I'd already Google Streetview-ed the route (as much as I could). This time I walked almost without question and with confidence both ways, and it's not far. But each time I ended up hot and sweaty.

  5. #15606
    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    I'd recommend reading the forum, as not all of your questions are simple answers.

    Driving vs walking: I never drove in. But if you are staying in Tijuana or even moreso, Zona Norte / Centro, a car isn't necessary. Yes, break ins are an issue. But, I suppose that's a risk in SD as
    Thanks guys! I read quite a bit but the ROD reports were pretty outdated, and nobody seemed to speak to the drive vs. Walk issue. Appreciate the info!

    I will be arriving San Diego in one week for a two week stay.

    The how much to change to peso question was per day in Tijuana, not for the two weeks LOL!

    Thanks again!

  6. #15605

    Cheaper way to Rosarito

    Quote Originally Posted by Aviator400  [View Original Post]

    Cabs and Uber are cheap in Mexico. Even for trips to Rosarito and Ensanada.

    Paid 800 pesos (and four beers) for a cab driver to take an HK girl and I to Rosarito for the day.
    I was in Tijuana a few weeks ago. I took a van from 6th and Francisco Madero to Rosarito Beach. 22 pesos one way. Vans leave every half hour, takes 30-45 min. Depending on the traffic. Same story coming back.

  7. #15604
    I'd recommend reading the forum, as not all of your questions are simple answers.

    Driving vs walking: I never drove in. But if you are staying in Tijuana or even moreso, Zona Norte / Centro, a car isn't necessary. Yes, break ins are an issue. But, I suppose that's a risk in SD as well.

    Additional insurance is a must. Driving in Mexico is a bit different. The insurance is required. And if you were in an accident without it, well, good luck! Keep in mind, some rental agencies forbid you to cross.

    While it's convenient to have a car, walking is pretty easy. Taxis and uber are very cheap. Depending on if you cross East or West, yes, a 10-20 minute walk. Depending on the time of day, it's somewhat safe. I definitely would not recommend a newbie walk it at night.

    US dollar is accepted pretty much anywhere. Many on this board will tell you that you will save money exchanging to pesos. I agree with them, though I do not always use pesos.

    $300 all depends on your time, and your stamina. LOL. When I go, I stay roughly 5 days. I plan about $350/ day. That will feed me, get three sessions (either bar girl, escort, or street girl. Usually that combo.).

    I'd be glad to show you around. I'm not local. And there are certainly more experienced members. Buy my upcoming trip is in 2 weeks. If I can help, I do know my way around, know the safe and dangerous areas, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dbates80  [View Original Post]
    Going to be in San Diego for a couple a weeks soon. What are the pro / con on driving across the border to Tijuana versus walking / cab rides? Parking in Tijuana? Is there a significant risk of auto theft or damage? If one is going to HK club it's what, a 10 minute walk, right? I see there are pay parking lots in San Ysedro, so I assume parking on the US side is fairly easy. Is it worth grabbing a cab on the Tijuana side?

    The car will be a rental, I assume I'the have to get some kind of Mexico insurance rider or something, correct?

    I've been to lots of places around the world, it'll be interesting to compare German FKK clubs to Tijuana and Dubai!

    Any other general logistics tips for heading to Tijuana? I gather that US dollars are readily accepted by the chicas but was going to change maybe $300 to pesos, too little or too much?

    Anybody up to be a wingman to show me the ropes? PM me!

  8. #15603
    Quote Originally Posted by Dbates80  [View Original Post]
    Going to be in San Diego for a couple a weeks soon. What are the pro / con on driving across the border to Tijuana versus walking / cab rides? Parking in Tijuana? Is there a significant risk of auto theft or damage? If one is going to HK club it's what, a 10 minute walk, right? I see there are pay parking lots in San Ysedro, so I assume parking on the US side is fairly easy. Is it worth grabbing a cab on the Tijuana side?

    The car will be a rental, I assume I'the have to get some kind of Mexico insurance rider or something, correct?

    I've been to lots of places around the world, it'll be interesting to compare German FKK clubs to Tijuana and Dubai!

    Any other general logistics tips for heading to Tijuana? I gather that US dollars are readily accepted by the chicas but was going to change maybe $300 to pesos, too little or too much?

    Anybody up to be a wingman to show me the ropes? PM me!
    30 seconds of searching will tell you not to walk. I walk across the border and get an Uber or a taxi for $5. San Ysidro parking is safe. If you're concerned park in a secured garage downtown and ride the trolley.

  9. #15602
    Quote Originally Posted by Dbates80  [View Original Post]
    Going to be in San Diego for a couple a weeks soon. What are the pro / con on driving across the border to Tijuana versus walking / cab rides? Parking in Tijuana? Is there a significant risk of auto theft or damage? If one is going to HK club it's what, a 10 minute walk, right? I see there are pay parking lots in San Ysedro, so I assume parking on the US side is fairly easy. Is it worth grabbing a cab on the Tijuana side?

    The car will be a rental, I assume I'the have to get some kind of Mexico insurance rider or something, correct?
    Driving: More convenient, you don't have to walk a considerable distance to get to the other side. You do not have to show any documentation to cross unless you get selected for additional screening, which often only includes a brisk search of your vehicle and request to review your vehicle registration. You'll save a small amount of money by having your own car to drive instead of paying Uber / Taxi. In my opinion this amount is not worth it if you are a newbie. You will also save some money by not having to pay USA Parking lot prices.

    Walking: You will be asked for your passport and may be denied entry if you don't produce it. You may be asked to buy a 180 day tourist visa ($26 dls) if you state the duration of your stay will be greater than 7 days. You don't have to worry about issues that may arise with your vehicle such as theft. The theft of car emblems in Tijuana is widespread. Smash and grab break-ins are common too. If you are a newbie in Tijuana take Uber instead of trying to drive yourself.

    18.9.

    I would recommend either:

    1) Not taking a rental vehicle into Tijuana. Holiday Motel on USA Side near border offers the lowest rates for long term parking. They are often full though if you arrive late. On Fridays you will have to arrive early in order to secure a spot. If you walk across the border don't attempt to walk to HK. It's a $2 Uber ride. It's not worth walking in the heat with a suitcase in tow to try to save $2.

    2) Drive your vehicle and pay to park in a secured lot. HK Cascadas offers free secured parking for VIP members. If you plan on staying at Cascadas for a "couple weeks" then definitely buy a VIP card for $50. It will pay for itself on one Mon or Tues hotel rental with its 80% discount.

    You. S dollars are accepted everywhere. Money exchanges on USA Side offer better rates to buy pesos than the exchanges in Tijuana. Most places you will save a little by paying in pesos. In my opinion unless you are super cheap $300 dls will not last you a "couple weeks. " The current interbank rate on pesos is about 18.9. Currently the exchange houses offers rates at around 18.3. The rate currently used in HK is 17 so definitely use pesos at HK / Cascadas and the entire Zona in general. I'm a 10-year vet so if you have any other questions PM me I know just about all there is to know about ZN.

  10. #15601

    Drive or walk?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dbates80  [View Original Post]
    Going to be in San Diego for a couple a weeks soon. What are the pro / con on driving across the border to Tijuana versus walking / cab rides? Parking in Tijuana? Is there a significant risk of auto theft or damage? If one is going to HK club it's what, a 10 minute walk, right? I see there are pay parking lots in San Ysedro, so I assume parking on the US side is fairly easy. Is it worth grabbing a cab on the Tijuana side?

    The car will be a rental, I assume I'the have to get some kind of Mexico insurance rider or something, correct?

    I've been to lots of places around the world, it'll be interesting to compare German FKK clubs to Tijuana and Dubai!
    If you are more specific about the dates you will be there, it is more likely that you will find someone to "mentor" you.

    I almost always park, walk across, cab to Hong Kong.

    The parking is a bit expensive, especially since most lots jack it on the weekends. (Supply and demand).

    However, in four years visiting about once every two months, I have never had an incident with my car parking in the lot. (Cheap insurance).

    I would not drive across, unless you are planning to do significant driving around Mexico.

    The driving "style" of Mexicans can be "exciting" at times.

    Rules of the road are considered general advice.

    Signage can be confusing.

    And there are stories of locals jumping in front of US cars and claiming injury and asking for big bucks.

    Cabs and Uber are cheap in Mexico. Even for trips to Rosarito and Ensanada.

    Paid 800 pesos (and four beers) for a cab driver to take an HK girl and I to Rosarito for the day.

  11. #15600
    Quote Originally Posted by Dbates80  [View Original Post]
    Going to be in San Diego for a couple a weeks soon. What are the pro / con on driving across the border to Tijuana versus walking / cab rides? Parking in Tijuana? Is there a significant risk of auto theft or damage? If one is going to HK club it's what, a 10 minute walk, right? I see there are pay parking lots in San Ysedro, so I assume parking on the US side is fairly easy. Is it worth grabbing a cab on the Tijuana side?

    The car will be a rental, I assume I'the have to get some kind of Mexico insurance rider or something, correct?

    I've been to lots of places around the world, it'll be interesting to compare German FKK clubs to Tijuana and Dubai!

    Any other general logistics tips for heading to Tijuana? I gather that US dollars are readily accepted by the chicas but was going to change maybe $300 to pesos, too little or too much?

    Anybody up to be a wingman to show me the ropes? PM me!
    You rental co may not allow you to drive it in mx. You need mx ins to drive there. Ide park, walk across, and get a taxi, 1st time.

    My 2 pesos.

  12. #15599

    Drive or walk?

    Going to be in San Diego for a couple a weeks soon. What are the pro / con on driving across the border to Tijuana versus walking / cab rides? Parking in Tijuana? Is there a significant risk of auto theft or damage? If one is going to HK club it's what, a 10 minute walk, right? I see there are pay parking lots in San Ysedro, so I assume parking on the US side is fairly easy. Is it worth grabbing a cab on the Tijuana side?

    The car will be a rental, I assume I'the have to get some kind of Mexico insurance rider or something, correct?

    I've been to lots of places around the world, it'll be interesting to compare German FKK clubs to Tijuana and Dubai!

    Any other general logistics tips for heading to Tijuana? I gather that US dollars are readily accepted by the chicas but was going to change maybe $300 to pesos, too little or too much?

    Anybody up to be a wingman to show me the ropes? PM me!

  13. #15598
    Quote Originally Posted by OnceSailor  [View Original Post]
    Walking across to Mexico now you are suppose to fill out a FMM tourist card. But like most things in Mexico, sometimes they let you thru without it. (And it makes little sense, since you do not fill one out when driving thru.) And depending on the Customs officer, some will fill it out for you, others will have you leave the line to fill out the form. (I hate that, because I usually forget to fill the bottom out.) You are also suppose to pay a fee depending where you go and are staying for 7 days or more. (Again, it is one of those deals in Mexico that interpretation varies from one Custom Officer to the next.).
    That's a point. First time I went through the east pedestrian crossing to Mexico the officer filled in the form for me, and my bag went through the X-ray machine. Coming back through the same crossing my bag was scanned, this time by USCIS. But going through the west crossing to Mexico there was no form and no x-ray, and coming back the US x-ray machine was either broken or they just weren't using it!

    And, as pointed out, by car is quite a bit different in both directions to pedestrian crossing.

  14. #15597
    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    Please elaborate. I looked on Cascadas facebook page and did not see anything regarding the coupon.
    It won't let me attach the picture just google "striplv Hong Kong" and then click images and it is one of the first few pictures that pops up. It is now deleted from Facebook but it was posted in late July.

  15. #15596
    Quote Originally Posted by OneInTheDugOut  [View Original Post]
    If you will be there Sept. 6-7 I will show you around and help you cross back. Has anyone tried the free Cascadas room night coupon from Facebook?
    Please elaborate. I looked on Cascadas facebook page and did not see anything regarding the coupon.

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