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  1. #8671

    Trip report

    Decided to head to Tijuana & get together with regular girl. I am probably going out of town for a few months so wanted to visit Tijuana before I leave. I also heard some news about Kayla & Jamie Lynn. Supposedly Kayla went to the US & is in a drug treatment program in Escondido. Also heard that Jamie Lynn is still living in Tijuana & working as escort.

  2. #8670
    Quote Originally Posted by ClownDays  [View Original Post]
    There's posts in the General Section where you can get some details, but basically the $25-30 you have to pay is a bribe. The FMM is actually free for a short time, but the border officials can shake you down for the cash.

    Your best bet is to fill it out and print it ahead of time, and take it with you when you cross on foot. If you get one of the assholes that say you need to pay a fee, then you have to make the call on how much of a pain in the ass you want to deal with.

    I've read on here that some folks were having success just going through the Mexican national line with a filled out FMM, but I have no clue if that works anymore.

    Post in the General Discussion section and see if you get any responses.
    I travel to Tijuana, Tecate, Nogales, for work regularly and stay up to a week at a time. They never charge me for it.

  3. #8669
    Quote Originally Posted by JTTraviezo  [View Original Post]
    Yeah it doesn't make sense to pay the $25 dollar fee if it's a one day Tijuana trip and stay within the 35 km limit (read it somewhere on their website). But your right it all depends on the corrupt agent I get. I hope I don't have to pay, otherwise, that pop is going to be an expensive one & I'll take your advice and post in the General Section for more info. Really appreciate your response.
    I just applied for an FFM online and printed it out as a pdf. Since it was less than 7 days it was free, I think if you make it 7 or more days it directs you to a paywall.

  4. #8668
    Yes if you have a FMM form you can go through the national line. The last time they tried to charge me $35 fee. I asked if I can fill it out online and they said yes. The fee is a scam. The FMM form is free if you visiting Mexico for 7 days or less.

    Quote Originally Posted by ClownDays  [View Original Post]
    There's posts in the General Section where you can get some details, but basically the $25-30 you have to pay is a bribe. The FMM is actually free for a short time, but the border officials can shake you down for the cash.

    Your best bet is to fill it out and print it ahead of time, and take it with you when you cross on foot. If you get one of the assholes that say you need to pay a fee, then you have to make the call on how much of a pain in the ass you want to deal with.

    I've read on here that some folks were having success just going through the Mexican national line with a filled out FMM, but I have no clue if that works anymore.

    Post in the General Discussion section and see if you get any responses.

  5. #8667

    Fmm

    Quote Originally Posted by ClownDays  [View Original Post]
    There's posts in the General Section where you can get some details, but basically the $25-30 you have to pay is a bribe. The FMM is actually free for a short time, but the border officials can shake you down for the cash.

    Your best bet is to fill it out and print it ahead of time, and take it with you when you cross on foot. If you get one of the assholes that say you need to pay a fee, then you have to make the call on how much of a pain in the ass you want to deal with.

    I've read on here that some folks were having success just going through the Mexican national line with a filled out FMM, but I have no clue if that works anymore.

    Post in the General Discussion section and see if you get any responses.
    Yeah it doesn't make sense to pay the $25 dollar fee if it's a one day Tijuana trip and stay within the 35 km limit (read it somewhere on their website). But your right it all depends on the corrupt agent I get. I hope I don't have to pay, otherwise, that pop is going to be an expensive one & I'll take your advice and post in the General Section for more info. Really appreciate your response.

  6. #8666
    Quote Originally Posted by JTTraviezo  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your reply. So all southbound border crossers have to provide ID with Mexican citizens their mex gov issued ID and US citizens have to apply and / or show the FMM permit. Texas / Mexico border crossing don't require the permit if it's within 50 miles of Mexico. Is there any way around it? I'm tan Hispanic and would be nice if I can get around it especially because it'll be a one-time crossing. Want to save some $$ if I can.

    I checked online regarding the FMM permit and it states that it's free. But I saw a post here indicating it costs $25 online /$35 at the border. I'm coming from oot so want to be prepared. I don't want to have any issues so I can go have some fun at la zona.

    Your feedback is appreciated.
    There's posts in the General Section where you can get some details, but basically the $25-30 you have to pay is a bribe. The FMM is actually free for a short time, but the border officials can shake you down for the cash.

    Your best bet is to fill it out and print it ahead of time, and take it with you when you cross on foot. If you get one of the assholes that say you need to pay a fee, then you have to make the call on how much of a pain in the ass you want to deal with.

    I've read on here that some folks were having success just going through the Mexican national line with a filled out FMM, but I have no clue if that works anymore.

    Post in the General Discussion section and see if you get any responses.

  7. #8665

    FMM permit

    Quote Originally Posted by ClownDays  [View Original Post]
    If you're a Mexican citizen with a Mexican ID, just line up in the Mexican national line when you're crossing on foot, and you won't have any issue.
    Thanks for your reply. So all southbound border crossers have to provide ID with Mexican citizens their mex gov issued ID and US citizens have to apply and / or show the FMM permit. Texas / Mexico border crossing don't require the permit if it's within 50 miles of Mexico. Is there any way around it? I'm tan Hispanic and would be nice if I can get around it especially because it'll be a one-time crossing. Want to save some $$ if I can.

    I checked online regarding the FMM permit and it states that it's free. But I saw a post here indicating it costs $25 online /$35 at the border. I'm coming from oot so want to be prepared. I don't want to have any issues so I can go have some fun at la zona.

    Your feedback is appreciated.

  8. #8664
    Quote Originally Posted by JTTraviezo  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    Thinking of visiting the zona. What is the new Mexican immigration requirement for US citizens to cross into Mexico for a one day visit? Go and return on same day. Does the requirement also apply to Mexican citizens? Thanks.
    If you're a Mexican citizen with a Mexican ID, just line up in the Mexican national line when you're crossing on foot, and you won't have any issue.

  9. #8663
    Nothing has changed. They are still requiring the FMM form for one day visits. They often don't check. When you walk past the immigration just look the other way. My advice is print out the FMM form.

    Quote Originally Posted by JTTraviezo  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    Thinking of visiting the zona. What is the new Mexican immigration requirement for US citizens to cross into Mexico for a one day visit? Go and return on same day. Does the requirement also apply to Mexican citizens? Thanks.

  10. #8662

    Fmm

    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    Had unusual & irritating visit to Tijuana. Crossed the border around 5:30 pm. The Mexican immigration told me that my FMM form was expired. I asked if could renew online. He said yes & let me continue to the Zona. If you renew at the border they charge you $35. But if you apply online it is $25. In my mind it is still a scam however. Went to the Zona & went to HK bar. There was quite a few good looking girls. But there was not any 10's or at least any seemed worth $100. I got a coke. For some reason the Mexican cokes do not have much sugar. Tried contacting Liz, but she did not answer. I ran into her & she said she lost her phone. She said she could see me in half a hour. I waited around & found her at bar around cambio on Cohuila st. A she then told me 10 minutes more. I went back and she said she could not see me. About a hour later I ran into her again and said she needed use the bathroom in her room. I waited around and she never came out. Were not for her great looks & great service I would not put up with her antics.
    Hey guys,

    Thinking of visiting the zona. What is the new Mexican immigration requirement for US citizens to cross into Mexico for a one day visit? Go and return on same day. Does the requirement also apply to Mexican citizens? Thanks.

  11. #8661
    Quote Originally Posted by CurryMonster  [View Original Post]
    In general this approach works fairly well. Cascadas does have a habit of checking SG IDs though, and they often leave those at the hotel they're outside of. I stayed at Adelitas' hotel last time without this problem, also a shade cheaper than Cascadas. Ibiza is fine too, and I might try the one above Tropical (Rizo the'Ora?) next time, these last 2 also have the benefit that you can bring girls from LC, HK, Tropical and I think MQ without issues (of being in the wrong hotel. Obviously being in Adelitas' hotel you can bring Adelitas' girls. Jalos (CC) is a shitty setup though, don't bother there.
    Rizo de Oro is the nicest of those mentioned. However you may have trouble pulling SG's from the alley to Hotel Rizo de Oro. Many think it is too far to travel.

  12. #8660
    Quote Originally Posted by Routine  [View Original Post]
    A dirty room and worried about a knock on the door after 20 minutes is not what I'm looking for.

    If I stay at Cascada (or another non-fleabag hotel) for the night can I bring in a street girl and offer her an extra 200 pesos to stay an hour? My Spanish is atrocious (SP?) but I've got a good smile, and I'm old.

    Is there a better hotel for that approach?
    In general this approach works fairly well. Cascadas does have a habit of checking SG IDs though, and they often leave those at the hotel they're outside of. I stayed at Adelitas' hotel last time without this problem, also a shade cheaper than Cascadas. Ibiza is fine too, and I might try the one above Tropical (Rizo the'Ora?) next time, these last 2 also have the benefit that you can bring girls from LC, HK, Tropical and I think MQ without issues (of being in the wrong hotel. Obviously being in Adelitas' hotel you can bring Adelitas' girls. Jalos (CC) is a shitty setup though, don't bother there.

  13. #8659

    Nice Room vs. Nasty Room

    Cascada is a pretty nice place to stay to bring unlimited club and street girls. A noob took a HK girl to Cascada Sunday, commented that the rooms were nice enough to stay a few nights, especially with girls available 24/7 right outside the door.

    For deals with street girls you have to negotiate with them individually. The prevalent street rate for todo servicios session is 500 pesos per half hour. You will find quite a few happy to do an hour for 1,000 pesos. Amy street girls would do overnight for 2,000 pesos or $100. Those with family and children would need advanced arrangement so they can book baby sitters.

    You don't need much Spanish to negotiate deals. Hotel Ibiza in the alley, owned by HK, has the same policies as Cascada, prices slightly lower with no elevator. Rizo de Oro is across HK's front door. HK girls would walk there but Street girls not likely.

  14. #8658

    Nice Room vs. Nasty Room

    A dirty room and worried about a knock on the door after 20 minutes is not what I'm looking for.

    If I stay at Cascada (or another non-fleabag hotel) for the night can I bring in a street girl and offer her an extra 200 pesos to stay an hour? My Spanish is atrocious (SP?) but I've got a good smile, and I'm old.

    Is there a better hotel for that approach?

  15. #8657

    55 or 65?

    Penetrator,

    Not sure if it was 55 or 65 F, I am not a walking thermometer. But it felt cold, even without the wind blowing.

    Street girls were shaking, freezing their little butts off.

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