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  1. #16951

    Thanks

    Friday, Saturday and Sunday venue location?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    where is the venue !

  2. #16950

    Carnaval

    Goyo.

    A real gentleman would just ditch his useless, mooching relatives and head for one of the funnest, sexiest events ever!

  3. #16949

    SNTRI Lane Peast Blocked. Major Delay Secondary Issues or in wrong lane?

    SENTRI lane blocked. Individual transferred to secondary. More than 5 minute delay. Two lane operation for SENTRI Peast today.

    SENTRI lane Pwest unable to keep up with the program goal of 5 minute or less.

    SENTRI car lane delay of 30 minutes plus at peak.

  4. #16948
    I had never heard of this celebration in Ensenada. I have relatives in town or I would definitely come down and check it out.

    Goyo.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Will go with a wingman for next weekend of fun, colorful Carnaval in this nice, clean, exciting tropical paradise with hot girls, good, spicy food, lots of fresh sea food ect.

    Hotels situation will be tight that weekend. Talked to the reception guy at a motel right on the parade route and got a very good deal, way below the AirBnB and Trivago rates. Unlike the hot girls in La Zona, he could not speak 1 word in English and understood little or nada of my Spanish. Damn. The place has a large pool and large leafy parking lot, perfectly suitable for grilling and cooking outdoors in accordance with fine Mexico's traditions. I have grilled and cooked seafood many times in Ensenada. They showed pictures of guests grilling by the pool in the past. Can't be more Mexican than that!

    Sr. Hans Solo calmly advised reception guy in formal diplomatic Spanish that, if he screws us out of the reservation, he will quickly get a laser saber or a Tequila cactus rammed up his brown ass..

  5. #16947

    Ensenada Carnaval trip, Friday and Saturday Feb 21,22

    Will go with a wingman for next weekend of fun, colorful Carnaval in this nice, clean, exciting tropical paradise with hot girls, good, spicy food, lots of fresh sea food ect.

    Hotels situation will be tight that weekend. Talked to the reception guy at a motel right on the parade route and got a very good deal, way below the AirBnB and Trivago rates. Unlike the hot girls in La Zona, he could not speak 1 word in English and understood little or nada of my Spanish. Damn. The place has a large pool and large leafy parking lot, perfectly suitable for grilling and cooking outdoors in accordance with fine Mexico's traditions. I have grilled and cooked seafood many times in Ensenada. They showed pictures of guests grilling by the pool in the past. Can't be more Mexican than that!

    Sr. Hans Solo calmly advised reception guy in formal diplomatic Spanish that, if he screws us out of the reservation, he will quickly get a laser saber or a Tequila cactus rammed up his brown ass.

    Ensenada Carnaval is next week. Parties all over town the whole week but Sat and Sun Feb 22 -23 there will be floats and parades. There will be lots of nice, clean, fun, beautiful girls all over town partying, a great chance to have fun and meet nice, clean, real, beautiful Mexican sweethearts outside of La Zona!

    Plan to go Friday afternoon, stay Friday and Saturday nights and return to Tijuana for more even intimate parties Sunday afternoon. We can book a AirBnB, bring some steaks and buy fresh seafood off the dock for some serious partying. Don't forget to bring your favorite drinks or stop at duty-free stores in San Ysidro to stock up premium brands at 30-50% discounts. A lots of sweet honeys would just loooooove to party with us.

    Any bros want to go?

    https://www.cuandopasa.com/index.php?v=v13291i

    The Ensenada Carnival is a centuries-old tradition among the inhabitants of the port and also among the many visitors, who meet every year in this municipality. It is characterized by troupes, floats, dancers, harlequins and endless party nights.

    Each of the 6 days of Ensendense Carnival has a special meaning, since different activities are carried out:

    Thursday, February 20, 2020: opening day with the " Burning of the Malhumor ", where it burns a doll that represents the Irrational Hate Collective, also fireworks are launched.

    Friday, February 21,2020: it is the " Entrance of the New Court"With the winning kings: Coronation of children's kings, Coronation of King and Queen of Carnival. The first great concert of the celebrations begins.

    Saturday, February 22,2020: there is " Fiesta Popular " and the parade of floats begins (first major carnival parade), as well as the second great concert. Tonight is the busiest of all, missing is almost considered a sacrilege.

    Sunday, February 23,2020: there is " Fiesta Popular " and the second great carnival parade.

    Monday, February 24,2020: the " Dance of the Oppressed Husband " is performed, a massive concert that you cannot miss.

    Tuesday, February 25,2020: it is the day of the " Award for Best Comparsas ". One of the funniest days, very similar to Saturday, the most beautiful evening of the whole year.

  6. #16946
    Great tip about the auto button. Will check it out. Thanks.

    Goyo.

    Quote Originally Posted by EagleRoamer  [View Original Post]
    In google translate, if you press the auto button in conversation mode, you don't have to press English or Spanish. The program auto detect which language you are using.

  7. #16945
    Quote Originally Posted by EagleRoamer  [View Original Post]
    On the San Ysidro side, After clearing the Mexican customs / migration building and walking down the street to where all the taxi guys are.

    A) where is the Hong Kong limo located? I see a unpaved parking lot to my right but no limo.

    B) I see a van / bus on my right halfway to the bridge. How do you take one to these. Where does it stop. Do you just hop on and do you pay first or later. Should I be concern that one of the passenger will mug me.

    Thanks in advance.
    If you walk into mexico from the trolley area, hk limo is past taco stands, to the right, do not cross the street, start walking back into USA, but at the entrance path, not exit path you just walked out from. To me, its alot more fun to just jump on the bus that's non stop, its 75 cents, ask if its centro. Centro is what you need. Most are centro. You will get off about 3 stops. A block and a half before revolution or if you stay on, the next stop is a block half after revolution. If its day time you won't have a problem. Don't stop walking no matter who talks to you. The bus is fun, they play music often, its filled with all mexicans and mexican / americans. I took a female friend last week on the bus who is a senior citizen who just wanted to go for lunch. She loved the bus with the music. I also take the bus back in the mornings.

  8. #16944
    Quote Originally Posted by EagleRoamer  [View Original Post]
    On the San Ysidro side, After clearing the Mexican customs / migration building and walking down the street to where all the taxi guys are.

    A) where is the Hong Kong limo located? I see a unpaved parking lot to my right but no limo.

    B) I see a van / bus on my right halfway to the bridge. How do you take one to these. Where does it stop. Do you just hop on and do you pay first or later. Should I be concern that one of the passenger will mug me.

    Thanks in advance.
    There are 2 ways to walk into Tijuana from San Ysidro. I think you referring to the old border by Jack in the box. To find the Limo as you exit the turnstyle and find yourself approaching the street. Look to your right. You will see a sign for HK with an arrow. Follow the arrow and head down the sidewalk. A little ways down on your right you will see a small store with HK gear. Thats the place.

    And NO you will not get mugged by other passengers as long as PDsuave is not in the car. And you do not pay first, since its free. But you should tip a few bucks as you exit the vehicle.

  9. #16943
    Quote Originally Posted by EagleRoamer  [View Original Post]
    On the San Ysidro side, After clearing the Mexican customs / migration building and walking down the street to where all the taxi guys are.

    A) where is the Hong Kong limo located? I see a unpaved parking lot to my right but no limo.

    B) I see a van / bus on my right halfway to the bridge. How do you take one to these. Where does it stop. Do you just hop on and do you pay first or later. Should I be concern that one of the passenger will mug me.

    Thanks in advance.
    The HK limo is hard to spot at the old crossing. It's this street to the right, it's right before you start crossing the bridge. Next time your in a taxi or uber going over the bridge, just look over to the right and down the street and you should spot it.

  10. #16942
    Your probably right. It's got to be a little bit of a mind-fuck for them as physically it probably feels good from the stimulation but they maybe totally turned off by the guy so it really has to fuck with their mind at times. Sure they get a few good looking guys once in a while but not all the time.

    Goyo.

    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    Because they don't have to look at you.

  11. #16941

    Ensenada Carnaval next week, Feb 20- 25

    Ensenada Carnaval is next week. Parties all over town the whole week but Sat and Sun Feb 22 -23 there will be floats and parades. There will be lots of nice, clean, fun, beautiful girls all over town partying, a great chance to have fun and meet nice, clean, real, beautiful Mexican sweethearts outside of La Zona!

    Plan to go Friday afternoon, stay Friday and Saturday nights and return to Tijuana for more even intimate parties Sunday afternoon. We can book a AirBnB, bring some steaks and buy fresh seafood off the dock for some serious partying. Don't forget to bring your favorite drinks or stop at duty-free stores in San Ysidro to stock up premium brands at 30-50% discounts. A lots of sweet honeys would just loooooove to party with us.

    Any bros want to go?

    https://www.cuandopasa.com/index.php?v=v13291i

    The Ensenada Carnival is a centuries-old tradition among the inhabitants of the port and also among the many visitors, who meet every year in this municipality. It is characterized by troupes, floats, dancers, harlequins and endless party nights.

    Each of the 6 days of Ensendense Carnival has a special meaning, since different activities are carried out:

    Thursday, February 20,2020: opening day with the " Burning of the Malhumor ", where it burns a doll that represents the Irrational Hate Collective, also fireworks are launched.

    Friday, February 21,2020: it is the " Entrance of the New Court"With the winning kings: Coronation of children's kings, Coronation of King and Queen of Carnival. The first great concert of the celebrations begins.

    Saturday, February 22,2020: there is " Fiesta Popular " and the parade of floats begins (first major carnival parade), as well as the second great concert. Tonight is the busiest of all, missing is almost considered a sacrilege.

    Sunday, February 23,2020: there is " Fiesta Popular " and the second great carnival parade.

    Monday, February 24,2020: the " Dance of the Oppressed Husband " is performed, a massive concert that you cannot miss.

    Tuesday, February 25,2020: it is the day of the " Award for Best Comparsas ". One of the funniest days, very similar to Saturday, the most beautiful evening of the whole year.
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  12. #16940

    Transportation question.

    On the San Ysidro side, After clearing the Mexican customs / migration building and walking down the street to where all the taxi guys are.

    A) where is the Hong Kong limo located? I see a unpaved parking lot to my right but no limo.

    B) I see a van / bus on my right halfway to the bridge. How do you take one to these. Where does it stop. Do you just hop on and do you pay first or later. Should I be concern that one of the passenger will mug me.

    Thanks in advance.

  13. #16939

    Try the auto button

    Quote Originally Posted by Goyo61  [View Original Post]
    Of the many things I love about all the sex adventures down in Zona Norte is how much I have learned and keep learning every time I go down there.

    I was amazed from a sexual perspective how wonderful it is to kiss these girls. Most will just do a peck on the cheek but many will give a peck on the lips or a little deeper. I had no idea how erotic kissing is in comparison to other things that turn on men.

    A street girl I banged last visit was using Google Translate app quite a bit to help us talk. It was so much better than the online google translate. Once you open the app click on the "Conversation" menu item about half way down the page and then press the English button. Speak English and then it translates to Spanish. She presses the Espanol button and speaks Spanish. And it translates her message back to English. I had seen it done before but didn't know it was the Google translate App that did this.

    Goyo.
    In google translate, if you press the auto button in conversation mode, you don't have to press English or Spanish. The program auto detect which language you are using.

  14. #16938
    Quote Originally Posted by BigButtDetecto  [View Original Post]
    La zona norte has been reviewed zillion times but what about the other areas?

    On blvd ordiaz close to carousel for example, there are several bars and clubs (la cueva del peludo, siete de copas.).

    I have been there but it was during day time. Not much going on. What about nights?
    Most members here are too scared to venture out of the ZN. I suggest you go and report back. Maybe it will start a trend.

    I like La Cueva, in general. Pet peeve is when the girl starts dancing her handler then takes her all over the room for tips and you never see her again. Oh, functional Spanish is very helpful here.

  15. #16937

    Other area in Tijuana

    La zona norte has been reviewed zillion times but what about the other areas?

    On blvd ordiaz close to carousel for example, there are several bars and clubs (la cueva del peludo, siete de copas.).

    I have been there but it was during day time. Not much going on. What about nights?

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