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  1. #293

    Biz as per usual

    Tijuana, being the ***** that she is, will be wide open for business this election weekend (but do stay away as I'd like Adelita's all to myself this saturday...)

  2. #292

    BlueNose

    Dunno, but all I know is that TJ will be shut down on Sunday and I guess I'll spend my time and my dime at Harrah's.

  3. #291
    Quote Originally Posted by Mutha Foo
    Currency will probably fall but not by very much. My guess is 11 pesos to the dollar.
    Mutha Foo - I think it will depend on who wins. If Calderone (same party as Fox) prevails, then currency will probably stabilize. If Lopes Obrador wins then that's a differnent story altogether. That dude sounds like a watered down version of Hugo Chavez, so he is making all the business people very uneasy. If he prevails, look for a flight of capital from Mexico, increased unemployment and a falling peso. Right now, it's too close to call, although the smart money has the crazy guy a few points ahead. Depending on who wins, things may just become a little cheaper for us gabachos!

    Blue Nose

  4. #290
    Tijuana is in Baja California Norte, so that would make it a different state from where Cabo is.

  5. #289

    Cabo

    Quote Originally Posted by One Wing Low
    I was in Cabo during the last election when alcohol sales was prohibited.
    I'll take your word for it but Cabo is in a different state than Tijuana, Ensenada etc. As I said below alcohol sales were business as usual for the last elections in the state of Baja California.

  6. #288

    Blue Nose - Currency

    Currency will probably fall but not by very much. My guess is 11 pesos to the dollar.

  7. #287
    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Nose
    Guys,

    Depending on the outcome of the election, you may see their currency stay where it is now (~10.5 pesos / USD) or it may fall significantly as it has in the past.

    Blue Nose
    For the last month it's been above 11.0 and rocks this week around 11.3.

  8. #286
    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Nose
    , but I believe all bars in the country must be CLOSED that day, including ones in the zone.

    Blue Nose
    Mexico's state and federal electoral code used to mandate dry elections but the laws have been changed. Bars in Baja California were open during the last state wide elections so I expect the same will be the case this time for the federal election.

  9. #285
    I live in Tijuana, and this is what I'm hearing about the election: Bars will be closed thoughout Mexico, but Tijuana will be the exception. The reason is that since Tijuana is so close to the border and the election is so close to July 4th, the area will lose too much money. The only areas allowed to be open, however, are in the entertainment zones (Revolucion, Zona Norte).

    I'm not stating this as fact, but this is what the locals are telling me.

  10. #284

    Mexican Elections - July 2nd

    Guys,

    The Mexican Federal elections are coming up next weekend. I believe that Sunday July 2nd is the day they go to the polls. I don't want to be accused of sprading false information, but I believe all bars in the country must be CLOSED that day, including ones in the zone. If you're heading down to TJ for the Independence Day weekend, you may want to plan on doing something else on Sunday. There may still be some SG action, but I would imagine most of the clubs will be closed unless they are not serving alcohol (unlikely). I have never been there on an election day, so I do not know for sure. This is just what I hear from the locals.

    Depending on the outcome of the election, you may see their currency stay where it is now (~10.5 pesos / USD) or it may fall significantly as it has in the past. Stay tuned.

    Blue Nose

  11. #283
    Quote Originally Posted by Whoopster
    What i heard is that you need a prescription from a Mexican doctor. To play it safe I would also take my American precription so that if you're stopped at the border, you're covered either way.

    Next time I go I intend to ask one of the larger pharmacies how to get a prescription, But maybe someone here already knows??
    Legally, you are allowed to purchase 50units(not 90days anymore) of meds to be brought back to the US with a US script if asked for it. Do not try to bring back scheduled CII meds and anabolic steriods without a US script. You do not need a US script for non-scheduled meds. Again legally, you need to get a Mex script(a US script is no good) for all meds purchased in TJ/Mex or a $hakedown is a high possibility because it is illegal to purchase meds w/o one.

    You can ask any of the pharms to direct you to a mex doc that will write you a script for $20-$25 per 1 med.

  12. #282
    What i heard is that you need a prescription from a Mexican doctor. To play it safe I would also take my American precription so that if you're stopped at the border, you're covered either way.

    Next time I go I intend to ask one of the larger pharmacies how to get a prescription, But maybe someone here already knows??

  13. #281

    Lisa

    Has anyone see a woman named Lisa near the alley? She's about 39 y/o, mexican american - very fair skin with big juggs, wavy hair & tattoos on her tits (Ricardo in cursive). I fucked her last year in a hotel on the alley. She was from san diego - a DJ she said. But living in TJ, and generally didn't go to the states. Interesting. I figured she was either hiding out from the law or keeping close to a supply. She enjoyed our sex so much she actually invited me to her apartment a few blocks away next to the Molina. Unfortunately, she had a boyfriend who payed for many of her expenses & got in the way. So, my multiple encounter got cut short. Just interested to see if she was still around.

  14. #280

    gringa tricking off of the alley

    Quote Originally Posted by Amerioca
    Found a gringa tricking off of the alley(on the hill) last Friday. I did not catch her name, however, she claimed to be originally from Maryland, and currently resides in Pt. Loma. Also, only works 3 weekdays out of the week. WTF? Times are tough, I guess...
    Hang out enough there and you'll see an american almost every time near the alley. Always trying to either get drugs or a hook up to buy drugs. And they're always in shitty shape from being short on dope. Cops don't care, they're spread out or sitting on the corner slumped over like a rag doll - and everyone just keeps walking.

    Of course, she's dressed like a ****, isn't from there, and clearly has a habit.
    Now, you're in a country with scarce resources, babe (bless your heart). I don't see outreach coming to take any girls to rehab. It's got to be an awful position to be in.

  15. #279

    Tj Prescriptions

    Does anyone knows how much is a prescription in TJ?

    And where in the border is the nearest clinic?

    Why do I need a prescription in TJ when you don't really need one, I'm thinking to buy blood pressure medicine, this is an average drug I shouldn't have any problem I guess ? But maybe someone knows better?

    I can take an empty bottle with me to TJ with the medicine brand and with ny name on it in case the policia want to give me a hard time, can always show that I'm currently talking the drug and is legally prescribed by a U.S doctor. I'm new to it so if you know the best and safest way to do it please pm me some info thanks.

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