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  1. #16348
    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeBites1  [View Original Post]
    Is this clinic completely free? What STDs do they test for? You don't have to pay anything, even if you have insurance? Or do you pretend not to have insurance and they test you for free?
    I have always gone to the "Orange County Health Care Agency" and it is free to the public. It is located at W 17th street, Santa Ana, CA 92706. Their phone number is (714) xxxx787 and they are open on most weekdays starting at 10:00 AM. This clinic has been completely free to me to get STD screening. Some years I have had my own health insurance, and answered yes to that on their forms. As I recall, they don't ask further questions, like what insurance company or your membership number. The past couple of years I have not had health insurance. I always answer all of their form and verbal questions truthfully, as should anyone visiting a health professional.

    I don't have a complete list of all the STD's that they test for, but I believe it is through. One time they specifically said that they tested for "Hep see", which my doctor / monger / amigo thought was impressive for them to do.

    One of the things that they do is a visual inspection of your junk. I've had the nurses pinch or poke behind my scrotum, while having me turn my head and cough (Which is something I had done in High School by my coach in the 70's supposedly to check for hernias).

    The toughest part of the exam is when they ask for my sexual history. I give truthful answers, including how many sexual partners I've had since my last visit. I tell them it has been with Tijuana prostitutes both with and without condoms. I get a lot of disapproving stares from some of the nurses, while others just seem unaffected (like they've heard it all before).

    And yes, I give my real name, even though I have never been asked to provide an ID.

  2. #16347
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    I visit the Orange County Dept. Of health (free clinic on 17th street in Santa Ana) usually about twice a year, and come up clean every time.
    Is this clinic completely free? What STDs do they test for? You don't have to pay anything, even if you have insurance? Or do you pretend not to have insurance and they test you for free?

  3. #16346
    Quote Originally Posted by TopoChico571  [View Original Post]
    Thank you so much.

    Care to share? I've never gone bare with street girls and was wondering if it was as safe as slightly higher-priced escorts (not VIP). I try to briefly visually examine them prior to and if it looks a bit shady, I stick with protection.
    I hope you understand the difference between Street Girls and Street Walkers, since they are generally found at roughly the same locations.

    Street Girls can be found standing in front of, or near in proximity to, hotels in La Zona that rent out all or most of their rooms on a short-term basis.

    They have arrangements with their associated hotels to direct mongers (desiring their sex services) to these associated hotel for short-term room rentals.

    Street Girls are licensed by the local health department and are periodically checked (perhaps monthly) for some common STDs, and are issued Health Cards (with a picture) under their actual legal name.

    Street Girls bring business to their associated hotels. These hotels provide the SGs with some limited storage (to hold at least a jacket, purse and health card) and some level of security.

    Bar Girls supposedly also are issued health cards and checked periodically. Escorts generally are not issued health cards, nor checked periodically for STDs. I don't know what is common for sex workers in massage parlors.

    But some of the working girls you find on the sidewalks in Tijuana's LZ are not health card carrying Street Girls. For instance, a women who is a United States Citizen (In Tijuana selling her body) cannot qualify for a health card nor legally participate in LZ's health programs for working girls. Technically they cannot openly 'solicit' their wares. So instead, the United States citizen prostitutes need to sell their bodies discretely when in La Zona. They can't stand around in front of a hotel in La Zona, so instead of standing, they walk around. Hence we commonly use the term "streetwalkers" to describe them.

    The moderators of this website do not have a dedicated thread to Street Girls, only one thread titled Street Walkers. That makes it a bit confusing to posters and readers of this site, unlike most other hooker boards that correctly make the distinction in Tijuana discussions.

    I believe everyone of the 29 chicas accepting my 100-peso offer five years ago were walkers, not SGs. When Hargow is on the hunt for US women in Tijuana, he is looking for walkers, not SGs. But there are many times more SGs in Tijuana, on the sidewalks, than there are walkers. And most of the comments here on this board about Tijuana Street Girls, are in the thread titled "Street Walkers".

  4. #16345
    Quote Originally Posted by TopoChico571  [View Original Post]
    Thank you so much.

    Care to share.? I've never gone bare with street girls and was wondering if it was as safe as slightly higher-priced escorts (not VIP). I try to briefly visually examine them prior to and if it looks a bit shady, I stick with protection.
    Yes, I always do a good visual.

    I don't know how safe it is.

    Immediately after the deed I use a nasal sprayer or eyedropper to put a few ML of 50% diluted Hydrogen Peroxide up my urethra and maybe wash my groin area with that same solution.

    I know a medical doctor that is also a monger & he suggested this type of preventative treatment. It hasn't been 100% effective for him, but so far it's been 100% effective for me.

    I visit the Orange County Dept. Of health (free clinic on 17th street in Santa Ana) usually about twice a year, and come up clean every time.

    As far as the 29 chicas I mention by name, I think it was around 7 that I named in the health update on that forum, that have passed away.

  5. #16344
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    On Google Maps it is still listed as Hotel Leyva...
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    Yes, Hotel Posada de Santiago is south of Baja California Street...
    Thank you so much.

    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    ...Recently I went back to that website and gave a health update on myself and those walkers I enjoyed in 2014.
    Care to share? I've never gone bare with street girls and was wondering if it was as safe as slightly higher-priced escorts (not VIP). I try to briefly visually examine them prior to and if it looks a bit shady, I stick with protection.

  6. #16343
    Quote Originally Posted by TopoChico571  [View Original Post]
    Thank you again. I can't seem to find this hotel in Maps or searching online. Is it south of Baja California street?
    On Google Maps it is still listed as Hotel Leyva. The restaurant Al Capone is listed, and that restaurant is in the same building with Chicago Club and Hotel Jalos.

  7. #16342
    Quote Originally Posted by TopoChico571  [View Original Post]
    Thank you again. I can't seem to find this hotel in Maps or searching online. Is it south of Baja California street? Are the hotels safe to leave my cheap clothes there in the room? I pack light. Thanks.
    Yes, Hotel Posada de Santiago is south of Baja California Street. That hotel was renamed about a year ago, its former name was Hotel Leyva. Posada de Santiago is a little closer to Coahuila Ave. (to its south) than it is to Baja California Street (to its north).

    Chicago Club shares the same building with its associated hotel, called Hotel Jalos. Hotel Posada de Santiago is the very next building on that same block, to the immediate north.

    Posada de Santiago is not the most secure hotel in LZ. After its last expansion it has more than 100 rooms. But I think your clothes will be safe enough there. I wouldn't leave an iPhone in the rooms there unattended. One security weakness there is that former guests sometimes make (unallowed) copies of the room keys and the area to the immediate north of Posada de Santiago is filled with low-lifes.

  8. #16341
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    IHotel Posada de Santiago is located about 400 feet north of Chicago Club on Constitution Ave. They rent basic overnight rooms from around 450 pesos to 600 pesos.
    Thank you again. I can't seem to find this hotel in Maps or searching online. Is it south of Baja California street? Are the hotels safe to leave my cheap clothes there in the room? I pack light. Thanks.

  9. #16340
    Quote Originally Posted by TopoChico571  [View Original Post]
    No, this is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks so much. I read some of your other posts previously as well. Very informative. Thank you.
    Most of the 11 chicas that accepted my " cinco pesos por suckie" offer went straight to sucking on my bare dick with need or inquiry about a condom. Of the 11 chicas that accepted my 100 p offer, only walker Renata came upstairs and asked me to produce a condom. The next line I have dragged and copied from my original 5-year-old trip report from another website:

    "Flaca Renata (although hup in the room she only was offering a covered BJ for 100 p and required 50 p more to go eco friendly)".

    Next I will drag and copy the paragraph I wrote about in 2014 as one of the declines I received:

    "I made one final '100 p suckie' offer on Saturday, March 8th to Mari de Guadalajara. She countered with 150 p and I accepted 150 p for "toda.

    Once in my Leyva room, Mari wanted to see a condom. When I was willing to produce one, she decided that she wanted 50 p more instead.

    So while I consider a 200 p BBFS deal to be a success, it cannot count as a successful 100 p suckie offer."

    Recently I went back to that website and gave a health update on myself and those walkers I enjoyed in 2014.

  10. #16339
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    I can give you a strategy that I successfully employed in Spring 2014:...
    ...I know this is not exactly what you asked for in your question Topochico571, but I suspect you might like the results of attempting this strategy.
    No, this is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks so much. I read some of your other posts previously as well. Very informative. Thank you.

  11. #16338
    Quote Originally Posted by TopoChico571  [View Original Post]
    How many pesos does a BBBJ cost with FS for an hour in my hotel generally? Is Mileroticos or Twitter a good place to find them? What about streetwalkers?

    Is there any conglomeration of independent girls that have an apartment (depa or departamento) where you can see them first outside of bars with fechas?

    Any hotel recommendations in the 700-800 peso price range? Thanks.
    I can give you a strategy that I successfully employed in Spring 2014:

    Hotel Posada de Santiago is located about 400 feet north of Chicago Club on Constitution Ave. They rent basic overnight rooms from around 450 pesos to 600 pesos.

    On Constitution between hotel PdS and Coahuila Ave. (and about 300 feet in any direction from that intersection of Coahuila & Constitution) you will see dozens of chicas standing and strolling. Don't make the rookie mistake of going up to a chica and ask "How Much?

    Instead you should make the following offer to chicas in that immediate area "Suckie por doscientos pesos?" and you will receive both yes and no replies. Little chance that you will offend a woman walking in that area. She'll know she is in La Zona of tolerance.

    I did this in year 2014, offering only 100 pesos when the exchange rate was around 13 pesos to the dollar, and I got 11 yes replies and 5 no declines. I think 200 pesos offers might do even better.

    I do not recommend that you talk on the street about how much time, or whether a condom will be used (unless asked by the chica). There will be plenty of opportunity to hash out those details once you two are up in the room. And graciously accept the fact that she might insist on a condom or short duration, like 15 minutes. Don't be an ugly American and argue with the chica. Just accept her service and pay her the equivalent of $11 at the end, as you both agreed to before she went upstairs with you. Square away any service disagreement when and if you offer a repeat session.

    Generally speaking, chicas expect this type of session to last only 15 to 20 minutes. If she says 'time's up' just offer her "doscientos mas por doooblay" if you liked her BJ techniques and want to double her time. Nearly any chica will accept that "double session" offer when things have been running smoothly.

    I know this is not exactly what you asked for in your question Topochico571, but I suspect you might like the results of attempting this strategy.

  12. #16337

    Tijuana Newb Questions

    How many pesos does a BBBJ cost with FS for an hour in my hotel generally? Is Mileroticos or Twitter a good place to find them? What about streetwalkers?

    Is there any conglomeration of independent girls that have an apartment (depa or departamento) where you can see them first outside of bars with fechas?

    Any hotel recommendations in the 700-800 peso price range? Thanks.

  13. #16336

    Cell reception in Mexico

    My experience is quite different. I got off the trolley and actually walked away from the border to cambio when I received text message saying welcome to Mexico. Telcel coverage is really good in Tijuana, full bar in most places.

    The advantage of good coverage is that Uber can be called any time and is readily available, even at odd hours or odd places away from populated areas.

  14. #16335
    Quote Originally Posted by JudeBright  [View Original Post]
    I will try your tip next time.

    Thanks.

    Jb.
    Once in Mexico you can manual switch to the Telcel network, there's Movistar but I don't recommend that one.

  15. #16334
    Quote Originally Posted by OrgasmDonor  [View Original Post]
    A tip for you for getting Uber for after you cross, put your mobile in "airplane mode", and back on again. I was getting no signal for a while and remembered that triggers it to switch to Mexico cell towers.

    Also, there is no Lyft in Tijuana.

    Adelita's and Chicago now have shuttle service back to the border. I don't think there is a fee, but I tipped the driver a fiver anyways. I took Adelita shuttle as I stepped out onto the street from arriba the driver saw I was a legit Adelita customer that night and also asked which crossing I wanted to go to.

    Took Chaparral PedWest crossing coming back 4 am absolutely no line at all.
    I will try your tip next time.

    Thanks.

    Jb.

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