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  1. #21066
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Hi Kenny,

    There is not much $ saving flying out of Tijuana to Colombia. You would lose 2 days in Tijuana, going and returning.

    A few airlines are flying from LAX to Colombia for about $350 RT. Look in FLIGHTS. GOOGLE.COM.
    $350 is a great deal, how long is the layover though?

  2. #21065

    Travel costs. CBX

    Just flew to Guadalajara and parked for free on the street about 4 blocks from the Tijuana airport on US side. Amazing!

    You can pay in the paid lots for $18 or more a day. Or there is a $8 per day lot that will shuttle you over about a mile from Tijuana Airport on US side.

    G.

  3. #21064

    CBX Works for Me

    Quote Originally Posted by WeKilledKenny  [View Original Post]
    By any chance, do you know how the rates to fly out of Tijuana versus LAX to Colombia?
    I've always done well using the CBX bridge into the TIJ airport. Heading for San Miguel in central Mexico, we took an Uber to the USA side of the bridge. Saved a bundle.

    Likewise, we dropped a bunch of relatives there, headed for Lima. Again, good savings.

    And then, one other time, headed for Mexico City, we left our car in the CBX lot, and their fees put a big dent in our savings!

  4. #21063
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Used my Visa card to pay for my Cascadas room about a week ago. Gave it to the lady clerk at the south entrance. She told me the card reader didn't work and I would have to use the card reader on the north side. She walked my card via the stair and I took the elevator. Got to the other side. They ran my credit card but forgot to give it back. Next morning, checked my bank and someone had made 2 charges to a Shein.com shopping site for $258 and another for about $200. Filed a claim with my bank and cancelled my card immediately then went downstairs to the desk, who then gave me my credit card. Take care. Do not make my mistake and let your credit card out of your sight! If you are told the credit card machine isn't working, pay cash rather than let them walk it to the other side! Also, only let one person handle your card. This way you know who stole your info. The bank will likely eat the loss but it is still a pain to go to the bank and replace your credit card. . . Side note, have never had this problem in Rizo.

    Also, after Captain Solo's warnings in the past, I have avoided using the local ATMs and outside bank ATMs and walk to the nearby Soriana's or Calimax supermarkets inside ATMs. There are no dudes hanging around waiting to rob you there and I've never had my ATM cards hacked there. Seems safe and secure. . . FYI.
    Travv. Thanks for the warning. Really going to help me choose a hotel.

  5. #21062
    Quote Originally Posted by SeaBeeJoe  [View Original Post]
    What cities would you suggest we visit I am interested in going.
    In my hay days, the roaring nineties Brasil was the best! But with all the foreign homeboys invasion and word of mouth, the garotas bedroom play in general has declined a bit, or costs much more to obtain. Because I'm fluent in Espanol and my Portuguese is pretty good, I do pretty good in Latin America and Brasil. To answer your question, my favorite country to indulge in is now Colombia, you get more bang for the buck, specifically Medellin. But really you can have fun anywhere in Colombia, a lot of available Venezolanas and they have very lax Covid entry requirements to fly in! Luvchicas.

  6. #21061

    Let me see if I correct this. $$ not $$$

    Few hundred can be saved flying from Tijuana to other destinations including Europe via Mexico City. In the past been on Volaris Airline to Mexico City and book to other destinations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sound7  [View Original Post]
    From TLJ to the. F to Colombia. Can be cheaper $$ not $$.

  7. #21060

    Good info! Additional warning.

    Used my Visa card to pay for my Cascadas room about a week ago. Gave it to the lady clerk at the south entrance. She told me the card reader didn't work and I would have to use the card reader on the north side. She walked my card via the stair and I took the elevator. Got to the other side. They ran my credit card but forgot to give it back. Next morning, checked my bank and someone had made 2 charges to a Shein.com shopping site for $258 and another for about $200. Filed a claim with my bank and cancelled my card immediately then went downstairs to the desk, who then gave me my credit card. Take care. Do not make my mistake and let your credit card out of your sight! If you are told the credit card machine isn't working, pay cash rather than let them walk it to the other side! Also, only let one person handle your card. This way you know who stole your info. The bank will likely eat the loss but it is still a pain to go to the bank and replace your credit card. . . Side note, have never had this problem in Rizo.

    Also, after Captain Solo's warnings in the past, I have avoided using the local ATMs and outside bank ATMs and walk to the nearby Soriana's or Calimax supermarkets inside ATMs. There are no dudes hanging around waiting to rob you there and I've never had my ATM cards hacked there. Seems safe and secure. . . FYI.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    You will get better deals with bar girls and street girls negotiating in pesos. They would think you are a Mexican, not a gringo, and give you local specials hehe.

    My wingmen and I have had our cards hacked repeatedly using the ATMs in HK, Cascada and around the bar block. But I used my Credit and Debit cards to pay restaurants, repairs shops and in OXXO, no problems.

    It's safer to bring enough cash for a couple days, exchange to pesos at the cambio on Coahuila near the School Girl corner. If you need more cash, walk to banks on Revolucion and use their ATMs. You are likely safer there.

  8. #21059

    Truck Speed Increased 75+ Car Speed 80+ common on I-5 lately.

    Delivery for Christmas & speed increased?

    Quote Originally Posted by BunterHiden  [View Original Post]
    Just got back from the greates........
    . From the time I left HK in a cab and transited the border and to my car, it took me longer to go from car ignition to sliding onto I five. I'm lucky from that point I only have 24 minutes home. And my average speed is 80 and still never see a CHP.

  9. #21058
    Quote Originally Posted by WeKilledKenny  [View Original Post]
    Hey Cap!!

    By any chance, do you know how the rates to fly out of Tijuana versus LAX to Colombia?
    Unless you're already in Tijuana, it's generally cheaper to fly out of LAX when you figure in the costs of getting yourself down there.

    I spent a week with a seorita from Jalisco that was flying into to Cabo for a week and when we figured out the cost, it was cheaper for me to fly out of LAX than it was to get down to Tijuana, and take a domestic flight.

  10. #21057
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    You will get better deals with bar girls and street girls negotiating in pesos. They would think you are a Mexican, not a gringo, and give you local specials hehe.

    My wingmen and I have had our cards hacked repeatedly using the ATMs in HK, Cascada and around the bar block. But I used my Credit and Debit cards to pay restaurants, repairs shops and in OXXO, no problems.

    It's safer to bring enough cash for a couple days, exchange to pesos at the cambio on Coahuila near the School Girl corner. If you need more cash, walk to banks on Revolucion and use their ATMs. You are likely safer there.
    Thanks Cap!

    Quote Originally Posted by ClownDays  [View Original Post]
    This has been asked before, but the consensus was to use your ATM card if you don't get murdered by bank fees, or to exchange it on the US side at one of the many places on San Ysidro Blvd, or at a Casa de Cambio, like the one on Cuahuila down the block from Hong Kong.
    Thanks ClownDays! I'll use the Schwab card which I believe refunds the bank and ATM charges.

  11. #21056

    Out of the zone hotel recommendations.

    Any recommendations for nicer hotels not in the zone? Going Dec 4-12 if anyone else is going to be in town and grab a beer.

  12. #21055

    Pronto Card. Coaster Regional Pass

    Tap at each station not just once. Came on Coaster Regional Day pass on Amtrak / Blue Trolley / International Border. Print the receipt for Amtrak inspector. Unable to read Pronto Card. Trolley inspector reads Pronto card and gave me the tap requirements for future travel.

    Viva & Pronto.

    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherMouzone  [View Original Post]
    Been a few years since I've parked at one of those Border parking lots. Have no intentions of parking out there again unless I absolutely have to LOL. Exclusively trolley station parking lots (which are free) for me. $5 round trip on the Pronto card. You can get the Pronto app on your phone, load $5 in before hand, and not have to worry about fooling with purchasing fare from the fare stations. One thing I've noticed is fare enforcement by San Diego transit police seems to have decreased DRAMATICALLY since the new Pronto card went into effect a couple months ago. On all my previous trips, I could expect to probably have my fare checked by a transit officer during a trip. During my most recent trip a couple weeks ago, my fare wasn't checked even once during several trolley rides. I assume the lack of enforcement is temporary while the Pronto card is still being phased in.

  13. #21054
    From TLJ to the. F to Colombia. Can be cheaper $$ not $$.

    Quote Originally Posted by WeKilledKenny  [View Original Post]
    Hey Cap!!

    By any chance, do you know how the rates to fly out of Tijuana versus LAX to Colombia?

  14. #21053

    ATMs

    You will get better deals with bar girls and street girls negotiating in pesos. They would think you are a Mexican, not a gringo, and give you local specials hehe.

    My wingmen and I have had our cards hacked repeatedly using the ATMs in HK, Cascada and around the bar block. But I used my Credit and Debit cards to pay restaurants, repairs shops and in OXXO, no problems.

    It's safer to bring enough cash for a couple days, exchange to pesos at the cambio on Coahuila near the School Girl corner. If you need more cash, walk to banks on Revolucion and use their ATMs. You are likely safer there.

  15. #21052
    Hi Kenny,

    There is not much $ saving flying out of Tijuana to Colombia. You would lose 2 days in Tijuana, going and returning.

    A few airlines are flying from LAX to Colombia for about $350 RT. Look in FLIGHTS. GOOGLE.COM.

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