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  1. #16395

    Going good

    Quote Originally Posted by KBToys  [View Original Post]
    I was at the cinema when everything started. Someone told us that people were setting cars on fire and we headed home. The Facebook curfew was for another city I think (Juarez or Chihuahua, not sure, but most people posted it was wrong city). Lots of traffic and they closed businesses down. Next day, Saturday night we went to a swingers bar called Escobar near Caliente casino. Some whale was giving free BJs and getting gang banged. Next door was Deja Vu's 6th anniversary party and decorated nicely with free welcome beverage. The cost of entry was $5. It was nice and food was decent. Didn't see too many guys going arriba. I noticed a pool table in the front that you can rent by the hour. The next day went to Pockets and it usually closes at 2 am, but told by government to shut by 12 am. I was told HK was shut down. Not sure if they are truly cartel owned as other places stayed open and would imagine cartel owned businesses would not gaf. Overall good weekend, less traffic for sure, but still fun to be had and good food. Friendly bros offering beers from their cubetas and fist bumping watching latinas is always great. Glad most people stayed home as clubs had more room to breath and ladies were still out as you've got to keep the dinero flowing. Stay safe and have fun!
    Nice to see that you didn't get freaked out and ditch your girl to go back to the US. For only living in Tijuana for a year it seems you have adapted well. I can't help but wonder if this latest issue made you consider trying to get her a Visa more if you haven't already began that process.

    The only thing I saw about HK being opened on Saturday was what they posted on Twitter that they were open and would of been surprised if they were closed. Even the Beach Fest in Rosarito went ahead as scheduled. I did see the concert at the Tijuana Fair was cancelled.

    Interesting story about going to the swingers club, I've known some strange guys over my years visiting Tijuana that enjoyed gang bangs and other activities but never heard anyone mention a swingers bar in Tijuana, I guess I just assumed everyone would go to the Zona if they were looking for that. Hopefully your inbox doesn't get over run with weirdos trying to hookup with you and your girl. LOL.

  2. #16394
    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanPi  [View Original Post]
    Respectfully disagree. When a city, or a few cities, call a curfew it's a big deal. Commerce stops and it sends a message to the population that they should be scared right now. That's not news puffery.

    To the cartels credit, they realized that they don't need to fight the army to score. They just need to cause havoc. It sends the message that they can do that anytime they want and never once need to enter a gunfight with the army to score a victory.
    People who read the news enough already knew the cartel runs Mexico. Similar to special interest groups in USA. The politicians do what they have to to stay alive in USA to not have looters at their house. Very few USA decisions are made in best interest of the majority of the people. Even the Mexican president has always said he has no beef with the cartel. He doesn't want that smoke. Criminals can do anything they don't follow laws. It's like American cities, the police stay away from a lot of areas, as they can not survive drama or shootouts with criminals. Not long term anyway. It's why the stood and watched the looters burn myc down a few years ago.

  3. #16393

    Weekend

    I was at the cinema when everything started. Someone told us that people were setting cars on fire and we headed home. The Facebook curfew was for another city I think (Juarez or Chihuahua, not sure, but most people posted it was wrong city). Lots of traffic and they closed businesses down. Next day, Saturday night we went to a swingers bar called Escobar near Caliente casino. Some whale was giving free BJs and getting gang banged. Next door was Deja Vu's 6th anniversary party and decorated nicely with free welcome beverage. The cost of entry was $5. It was nice and food was decent. Didn't see too many guys going arriba. I noticed a pool table in the front that you can rent by the hour. The next day went to Pockets and it usually closes at 2 am, but told by government to shut by 12 am. I was told HK was shut down. Not sure if they are truly cartel owned as other places stayed open and would imagine cartel owned businesses would not gaf. Overall good weekend, less traffic for sure, but still fun to be had and good food. Friendly bros offering beers from their cubetas and fist bumping watching latinas is always great. Glad most people stayed home as clubs had more room to breath and ladies were still out as you've got to keep the dinero flowing. Stay safe and have fun!

  4. #16392
    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Just for the sake of accuracy, the cartel "imposed" the curfew. The city of Tijuana did not.
    Your point is well taken and more than semantic.

    But still, the towns accepted and abided by the curfew. Put another way, they were told to cease normal life operations under threat of violence, and they considered that threat credible enough that they listened to the commands. That means something.

    Think of what it would take to get you to abide by a curfew that was not officially sanctioned. What would it say about your life circumstances if a criminal enterprise could tell you to stay indoors, and everyone felt compelled to listen?

  5. #16391
    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanPi  [View Original Post]
    Respectfully disagree. When a city, or a few cities, call a curfew it's a big deal. Commerce stops and it sends a message to the population that they should be scared right now. That's not news puffery.

    To the cartels credit, they realized that they don't need to fight the army to score. They just need to cause havoc. It sends the message that they can do that anytime they want and never once need to enter a gunfight with the army to score a victory.
    This weekend was simply a show of force. Nothing tragically bad happened. YES commerce was affected which always sucks but from a violence perspective this was nothing just a flexing of muscles. If they start shooting up clubs and fire bombing restaurants then it is game over. I doubt it will get there. Too much money at stake and the repercussions from the military would be fierce.

    There is a margin of checks and balances the Cartels and the Govt have an agreement on. This IMO is what you got this weekend. Violence but just enough violence nothing too extreme. Just to keep the parameters in check.

    Personally I love when Tijuana gets dangerous. Less gringos is always a plus in my book.

  6. #16390

    Coast clear

    See my post in the Crime thread, where this discussion belongs.

  7. #16389
    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanPi  [View Original Post]
    Respectfully disagree. When a city, or a few cities, call a curfew it's a big deal. Commerce stops and it sends a message to the population that they should be scared right now. That's not news puffery.

    To the cartels credit, they realized that they don't need to fight the army to score. They just need to cause havoc. It sends the message that they can do that anytime they want and never once need to enter a gunfight with the army to score a victory.
    Just for the sake of accuracy, the cartel "imposed" the curfew. The city of Tijuana did not.

  8. #16388
    Everything will have probably died down by then. Also it was the military that wanted the curfew placed and something tells me that the alley and the businesses along it have some affiliation with the cartel. So I don't see them deciding to burn things up on their own turf. This is more of a disruption and fear tactic in the areas outside of their typical turf areas that is there to generate fear and cause the government to back down and release the cartel guys they took (just as they did when they got the sinoloan guys a couple of years ago and the government backed down and let them go).

    Quote Originally Posted by Lakeside32  [View Original Post]
    Was planning to visit Labor Day Weekend after a year and a half hiatus. The SoCal news reports are acting as if all hell has broken out and Americans are running for the dear lives down there. Did Anybody witness anything beyond the norm themselves??

  9. #16387
    Quote Originally Posted by FlapJacK  [View Original Post]
    Should be back to normal well before Labor Day Weekend. It does seem not to be escalating or getting worse. The media likes to exaggerate things for good ratings.
    Respectfully disagree. When a city, or a few cities, call a curfew it's a big deal. Commerce stops and it sends a message to the population that they should be scared right now. That's not news puffery.

    To the cartels credit, they realized that they don't need to fight the army to score. They just need to cause havoc. It sends the message that they can do that anytime they want and never once need to enter a gunfight with the army to score a victory.

  10. #16386
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    US consulate in Tijuana suggests shelter in place.

    Safest place in Mexico is 8th floor in Hotel Cascada with a rotation of hot, young girls from Hong Kong club.

    HK chicas can beat the shit out of any cartel's cholos to protect their monger honeys.
    I got to admit. When HK was kicking everyone out and some of the chicas were already on the street trying to get a uber, I thought about grabbing a chica and telling her that it was the end of the world, and we can go up to a room, order room service, and fortify the doors. Then I came to my sense and realize that I better beat everyone back to the border before buildings start to accidentally catch fire.

  11. #16385
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakeside32  [View Original Post]
    Was planning to visit Labor Day Weekend after a year and a half hiatus. The SoCal news reports are acting as if all hell has broken out and Americans are running for the dear lives down there. Did Anybody witness anything beyond the norm themselves??
    Should be back to normal well before Labor Day Weekend. It does seem not to be escalating or getting worse. The media likes to exaggerate things for good ratings.
    Last edited by FlapJacK; 08-15-22 at 21:21. Reason: typo

  12. #16384
    US consulate in Tijuana suggests shelter in place.

    Safest place in Mexico is 8th floor in Hotel Cascada with a rotation of hot, young girls from Hong Kong club.

    HK chicas can beat the shit out of any cartel's cholos to protect their monger honeys.

  13. #16383

    Is it safe?

    Was planning to visit Labor Day Weekend after a year and a half hiatus. The SoCal news reports are acting as if all hell has broken out and Americans are running for the dear lives down there. Did Anybody witness anything beyond the norm themselves??

  14. #16382
    Quote Originally Posted by ScvRusher  [View Original Post]
    On Cascadas, I understand the greed but the incompetence is hard to swallow, and since people are discussing the VIP Card anyway:

    Restaurant Azul is very uncoordinated. * One time I was eating at the restaurant and wanted a drink. * The bartender had to physically come over, take my order, make the drink, come back, and then immediately gave me my bar tab because they're not connected to the restaurant-- and apparently it's utterly unforeseeable that someone might want to eat and drink at the same time. * I would have ordered a second drink but didn't want to start the process over. * So, fine, next time I sat at the bar and ordered food. * They're not coordinated in that direction either, as soon as the food comes the restaurant brings a tab and is expecting you to cash out. **.

    Some of this, I'm sure, is driven because the tipping pools are separate but it's pretty absurd. ** They're definitely leaving money on the table because it turns out people do like to drink alcohol with their food which they are making difficult.

    Checkout is also a complete mess. * I also drive to Tijuana and park my car with the valet. * If this was a real hotel, when I was ready to check out, I would simply call the valet, my car would be waiting for me, and I would go. **.

    Not as Cascadas, I have to go down to the lobby, wait my turn, give them the white piece of paper, wait for someone to check out the room for damages, wait for them to make change. * And none of this is connected with the valet, so then I have to go down, wait for a valet to be available, and wait for the car to be ready. * What should be a two minute process usually takes me half an hour. * This is particularly strange since now they accept payment of the room by card-- if there's an issue just charge my card, like most other hotels do. * I'd understand if they were making money off this somehow but they're really not, it's just a trainwreck of a process for no reason.

    The club itself is fine, but I wouldn't mind if the hotel had a better manager. There aren't rocket science concepts.
    I completely disagree. HK, Cascadas and Azul are fun, and decently run. Is it perfect, no, but you can have a great time. You have to have realistic expectations. This Strip bar in Mxico, have fun and do not complain. If you do not like it go to Adelitas.

  15. #16381

    The Money Maker

    Quote Originally Posted by BobSmith1  [View Original Post]
    Yea I went there on Thursday as my first night in Tijuana. I was tired so I didn't fuck that girl I picked up with on Thursday night. She kinda hinted me to do her that night. I told her I was tired after like all day driving. So I met her again on Friday night but she seem like a completely different person. Thursday night we sat down, drank and talked. Friday night she got that "hurry the fuck up" attitude. It was not all too nice and I got knock on the door during the fuck too. I think I may try Sunday or Monday or Tuesday next time.

    I'm not a newbie I been to HK more than a few times in the past 6, 7 times. I have never seen so many guys before. Even in 2018, I could easily picked up the girls I like and took them upstairs and nobody knocked on the door. Oh well. Everything changes I understand. No countries for middle class guys who want cheap easy sex.
    Yah bro she was itching to make you blow your load as fast as you can so she could be off with the next john. If you offered her like $500 or more for the whole night I bet she would have been nicer LOL. These girls are money makers especially if they are somewhat good looking, too many horny guys that want to blow a load. Friday and Saturday is always like this, that's why Monday to Thursday is the best. The same girls on the weekend show up on Wednesday and Thursday, they are forced to work 5 days a week or they get a fat fine.

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