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  1. #21655
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Hey any of you guys have any luck messing around with Seeking Arrangements? It's like some Match.com shit. A couple of guys on the Mexico City forums swore by it. I signed up for trial, poke my nose in there, recognized some working girls from Tijuana. LOL. I guess the club scene in other cities like CDMX is shitty, so Web dating is the preferred route. Is the $100 a month worth the membership fee? Or is it a fucking rip off?
    There are a few guys that uses SA in the Medellin thread. They say the women on SA are semi-pro and provide better GFE as they're in it for the long haul than a quick smash and dash.

  2. #21654
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Hey any of you guys have any luck messing around with Seeking Arrangements? It's like some Match.com shit. A couple of guys on the Mexico City forums swore by it. I signed up for trial, poke my nose in there, recognized some working girls from Tijuana. LOL. I guess the club scene in other cities like CDMX is shitty, so Web dating is the preferred route. Is the $100 a month worth the membership fee? Or is it a fucking rip off?
    I tried in USA And met some college cuties, but wasn't sure what to say during the date to seal the deal. One commented about starting a family, another we were supposed to meet later, and one came to my house, but awkward. I'm sure it is more pros work MX, but who knows you night find some legit women that want a gringo. I'd be cautious of doing it in a foreign country as you post "net worth" on the site.

  3. #21653
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    You did not mention bagging any girl. What are the reasons?
    Just wanted to spend more time with more girls even if it was just lap dances at most. However, I didn't get nearly as many as when I last went (3 years ago? 4?) Maybe I'm more ugly and less approachable these days: grin: Maybe it as because it was a Saturday and the girls could be choosy. I never got turned down if I asked; just wasn't "attacked" more than once or twice which I'm sure happened multiple times last time!

  4. #21652
    Quote Originally Posted by SomeDude321  [View Original Post]
    Unless there's a specific reason, I rarely ever drive down to Tijuana. I park state side and get on foot everywhere I need to go. Uber is your friend against being gringo priced from Taxis. Not to mention that in late afternoon it's a good time to get back during weekdays. The weekend is a different story altogether.
    Agree leave the car behind taxi and especially Uber is cheap, I usually stay till Monday, crossing on Sunday sucks, last Monday waited about 30 min to cross on Monday morning not bad I thought.

  5. #21651
    Hey any of you guys have any luck messing around with Seeking Arrangements? It's like some Match.com shit. A couple of guys on the Mexico City forums swore by it. I signed up for trial, poke my nose in there, recognized some working girls from Tijuana. LOL. I guess the club scene in other cities like CDMX is shitty, so Web dating is the preferred route. Is the $100 a month worth the membership fee? Or is it a fucking rip off?

  6. #21650

    GNP Seguros

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    AAA sells GNP auto policies for Mexico. It's the third largest insurer.

    Have you tried calling the 877 claim number on the policy? I tried it a few times, nobody even answered. If you get into an accident, how are you going to file a claim if nobody seems to work in GNP office?
    I've used GNP for years, including one collision claim, which was handled smoothly and efficiently.

    But you do need to play by Mexican rules, and that means if you have an accident, you need to call the insurance company immediately. They will then rush an adjustor out to the accident location.

  7. #21649

    GNP Insurance

    Jackie.

    AAA sells GNP auto policies for Mexico. It's the third largest insurer.

    Have you tried calling the 877 claim number on the policy? I tried it a few times, nobody even answered. If you get into an accident, how are you going to file a claim if nobody seems to work in GNP office? May be the workers were busy having group sex when I called?

    I suppose you can always sue Costco if they don't pay the claim.

  8. #21648
    Quote Originally Posted by ABAJoeSmith123  [View Original Post]
    In general, do most people who drive into Mexico from the US carry separate Mexican insurance coverage for their car? Or do they just drive in with their regular American car insurance and hope they don't get into an accident. What do most people on this forum do?
    As others mentioned, American auto coverage stops at the border. So I contacted AAA. It recommended a couple. I picked a medium coverage. Last year it was about $125 for the year. This year it went up to $175. BTW, they drive like crazy people over there. Recommend you drive over on a Sunday morning with little traffic so that you will avoid a heart attack.

  9. #21647
    Quote Originally Posted by WombatEd2  [View Original Post]
    Your American insurance is worthless in Mexico. And if you're involved in an accident while uninsured, you can be arrested. This article explains it pretty well:

    https://www.sanborns.com/blog/can-i-...insurance.aspx

    My work requires me to drive into Mexico once a week, so I have year-round Mexican insurance. But for most people, the best bet is to park at a nearby trolly station*, and take the trolly to where it ends, at the pedestrian crossing.

    * I recommend Palm or Palomar. They're close to the border, have ample parking, and are relatively secure.
    Thank you for your response. This is very helpful. I wanted to plan ahead to start driving in Mexico to visit places a little further south like Rosarito and Ensenada. I will look into getting Mexican auto insurance before ever going over then.

  10. #21646
    Simmer,

    You did not mention bagging any girl. What are the reasons?

    Return line on Saturday lunch time at least 2 hours wait is really bad. The regular car lines are always 2 to 4 hours everyday at all hours. Don't know how people manage to live with that. It was not that bad preCoVid.

    Enjoy your report. Do post the long version with more details.

    Crossed by foot into Tijuana on Saturday lunchtime with barely any line. No FMM, no stamp. The line for the return to the US was, I estimate, over 500 yards long and 3-4 people wide just to get the border as it zigzagged up the hill past the pedestrian exit gate. Somebody said it was at least a 2 hour wait (on foot). I stayed at the Marriott which I thought wasn't far but hadn't factored in Tijuana traffic, but at least it was "free" to me (points). A bit shabby though, no working safes, broken furniture, but a comfy bed. Tried to work on my laptop for a few hours on an office chair with a gas problem.

  11. #21645

    Mexican Insurance

    Quote Originally Posted by ABAJoeSmith123  [View Original Post]
    In general, do most people who drive into Mexico from the US carry separate Mexican insurance coverage for their car? Or do they just drive in with their regular American car insurance and hope they don't get into an accident. What do most people on this forum do?
    Your American insurance is worthless in Mexico. And if you're involved in an accident while uninsured, you can be arrested. This article explains it pretty well:

    https://www.sanborns.com/blog/can-i-...insurance.aspx

    My work requires me to drive into Mexico once a week, so I have year-round Mexican insurance. But for most people, the best bet is to park at a nearby trolly station*, and take the trolly to where it ends, at the pedestrian crossing.

    * I recommend Palm or Palomar. They're close to the border, have ample parking, and are relatively secure.

  12. #21644
    Quote Originally Posted by ABAJoeSmith123  [View Original Post]
    In general, do most people who drive into Mexico from the US carry separate Mexican insurance coverage for their car? What do most people on this forum do?
    Unless there's a specific reason, I rarely ever drive down to Tijuana. I park state side and get on foot everywhere I need to go. Uber is your friend against being gringo priced from Taxis. Not to mention that in late afternoon it's a good time to get back during weekdays. The weekend is a different story altogether.

  13. #21643

    Driving from US to Mexico

    In general, do most people who drive into Mexico from the US carry separate Mexican insurance coverage for their car? Or do they just drive in with their regular American car insurance and hope they don't get into an accident. What do most people on this forum do?

  14. #21642
    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    There's not much within walking distance of the Marriott. But a short Uber ride around the corner will take you to Mantequilla, and they have kick-ass breakfasts.
    Also, a 15-20 minute walk or 5 minute Uber ride will take him to San Maree, which serves great cocktails and seafood.

  15. #21641
    Quote Originally Posted by Simmer  [View Original Post]
    Only good thing about the Marriott really was the Sunday brunch (I think 8 am until 12 noon). Quite hefty at US $23 but there were multiple chef stations including a huge seafood paella station, as well as the typical breakfast buffet stuff. I think the server took pity on me though as I didn't partake in any of those stations and he gave me a 30% discount. Very little in the way of restaurants in the vicinity of the hotel hence the ahfuckitt expensive breakfast.
    There's not much within walking distance of the Marriott. But a short Uber ride around the corner will take you to Mantequilla, and they have kick-ass breakfasts.

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