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  1. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by AdamMiller  [View Original Post]
    Once saved always saved isn't true the bible says he who endure until the end the same shall be saved. So once saved always saved is a false doctrine.
    You've been speaking to God and have this on divine authority, or are you just making shit up like everyone has done since the dawn of time?

  2. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Truckdriver  [View Original Post]
    Could anybody please inform what the situation is like during Corona, is the mongering scene affected?
    Once saved always saved isn't true the bible says he who endure until the end the same shall be saved. So once saved always saved is a false doctrine.

  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Truckdriver  [View Original Post]
    Could anybody please inform what the situation is like during Corona, is the mongering scene affected?
    Possibly dated info but.

    Tijuana Zona Norte, bars clubs close at 9 pm instead of all night. Street girls still available.

    Reynosa (McAllen TX) Zona completely closed, no timetable set.

    Monterrey: strip clubs closed. Can still get girls on Twitter (takes research), Mileroticos (not recommended), or massage spas nearby metro rails are still there.

    I don't know about Laredo (blow thru, no monger) or Juarez (never been).

  4. #11
    Could anybody please inform what the situation is like during Corona, is the mongering scene affected?

  5. #10
    In my younger days I spent alot of time exploring the South, fascinated by all the different mesoamerican civilizations and ruins. I had little money to monger but used buses almost exclusively and found the bus system in Mexico to be good to great. You can bus it according to your budget and reach just about any worthy destination. The girls I saw are almost entirely of mayan or local indian descent so will have the small bodies and round faces. The northern cities of Mexico have more variety and beautiful females, IMHO. My 2 cents.

    GF.

    Quote Originally Posted by DirkTheDiggler  [View Original Post]
    Dear Guays,

    Whats about San Cristobal de las Casas? Whats about the North, is it worthy or it is too expensive if you can eat cheaper in Central America or Southern Mexico? Unfortunately the forum is more about the Northern cities. If anybody travelled by bus before let me know your.

    If anybody wants to travel the same time pm me.

    Regards,

    Severin.

  6. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by DirkTheDiggler  [View Original Post]
    Dear Guays,

    I appreciate this Topic because I will go in September 5 weeks to Mexico.

    I am living in Central America and will start in San Salvador. After that I will take a flight to Mexico. The idea is to start in the north (Mexico City, Guadelajara, Tijuana?) and travelling down to Guatamala or viceversa. I already know Yucatan. So I will skip it.

    My question to you as experienced guys in Mexico- what are the best places in mongering? I like mongering but also some cultural and cuisine stuff. I checked already the forum and it seems that everywhere you can find something. I think so but I would appreciate if you can send me some info of the Southern part as I will be there most time. Whats about San Cristobal de las Casas? Whats about the North, is it worthy or it is too expensive if you can eat cheaper in Central America or Southern Mexico? Unfortunately the forum is more about the Northern cities. If anybody travelled by bus before let me know your.

    If anybody wants to travel the same time pm me.

    Regards,

    Severin.
    I am a Tijuana vet and I would have to say Tijuana is probably the best mongering destination in the Western Hemisphere. The city itself sucks-it's dirty, little natural beauty, not much to do, high crime, and cops are always looking to rob. But in terms of selection and convenience of mongering nothing in the Western Hemisphere can beat Zona Norte of Tijuana. On a weekend maybe 1800 putas within a city block ripe for the picking. Cost varies from $11-$100 USD. You can't go on a mongering tour of Mexico and skip Tijuana.

  7. #8

    Traveling one month through Mexico.

    Dear Guays,

    I appreciate this Topic because I will go in September 5 weeks to Mexico.

    I am living in Central America and will start in San Salvador. After that I will take a flight to Mexico. The idea is to start in the north (Mexico City, Guadelajara, Tijuana?) and travelling down to Guatamala or viceversa. I already know Yucatan. So I will skip it.

    My question to you as experienced guys in Mexico- what are the best places in mongering? I like mongering but also some cultural and cuisine stuff. I checked already the forum and it seems that everywhere you can find something. I think so but I would appreciate if you can send me some info of the Southern part as I will be there most time. Whats about San Cristobal de las Casas? Whats about the North, is it worthy or it is too expensive if you can eat cheaper in Central America or Southern Mexico? Unfortunately the forum is more about the Northern cities. If anybody travelled by bus before let me know your.

    If anybody wants to travel the same time pm me.

    Regards,

    Severin.

  8. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by JuanCarter  [View Original Post]
    Guanajuato. Guanajuato is barren. There is no sex in Guanajuato.
    Funny, because every girl I have ever met from Guanajuato was a *****, in the most extreme tense of the word. Violent extreme. But on the other hand, I have never, in 49 years mongering in Mexico I have not found something I could not deal with. Just have to know how to ask.

  9. #6

    Someplace new

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    I'm looking at January and February time frame. Thus, my question: If you had 3-4 days to travel, from my list, which would you chose? Culture, food, and chicas are important. As always, I promise a solid trip report!
    I have visited every state in Mexico except BCS, most in my own car, some by bus or air. I have spent at least one night in 80% of the towns on your list. I am limiting my response to places that I know and that you haven't visited. Oaxaca! Only Chiapas and Michoacan are more exotic, with rich and unique indigenous cultures and cuisine but neither of those states offer the hobby options of Oaxaca. There is street action, casas de citas and a few strip clubs. I was there last, almost two years now. The weather in Jan / Feb is great, outside the rainy season. There are important archaeological sites, colonial architecture, churches, and history. Benito Juarez's boyhood home is there. It once had the prettiest zocalo in all of Mexico but it has been defiled by the teachers' strike. I support the teachers but bemoan the loss of the zocalo. I had the best horchata of my life on my last visit under the portales. Terrific food, unique culture and chicas galore.

    Just a few years ago I would have named Puebla and it remains a superior destination, but most of the hotelitos have closed and my favorite there, Nami Sanz, has retired. Hobby options, to my knowledge, have declined. Maybe I am just out of the loop or I remain dejected about losing Nami. It is a great place to visit. Michoacan, I love! Patzcuaro! But hobby options are limited. Merida, a colonial town, is great for the Maya sites and it also has active hobby options, but you need more than 3-4 days and it is so damned hot.

    It isn't all about the hobby. Frankly, for just 3 or 4 days you can probably find enough action anywhere with a sufficient budget, damned near everywhere are zonas de tolerancia, or casitas or teiboles or the zorra your cabbie can take you to. Except Guanajuato. Guanajuato is barren. There is no sex in Guanajuato, probably no births, and the most exciting thing is the Cervantes Cultural Festival. Oaxaca, if you haven't been, you should. For the hobby alone Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey, in that order. Tijuana, too, I suppose, but the club scene doesn't appeal to me and that is about all that is there.

    I am posting some old photos of Nami because I am now waxing nostalgic and so you'll understand why the memory of Puebla breaks my heart.
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  10. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by ACMilan84  [View Original Post]
    Mexico City is, IMHO, the best mongering place in all Latin America (see my reports). I see you've already been there, but you could book a multi city flight, spend a couple of days with the chicas and then go north 2.5 hours by bus to Queretaro -one of the finest colonial cities in Mexico- and fly back to the USA from there.

    Monterrey is the most "american" of Mexican cities. It isn't very interesting for culture and sightseeing but it's great for the chicas: my best experience was with the discretas (semi pros) of el tio awrelys: https://twitter.com/tioawrelys As for food it's famous for grilled meat, but not much else.

    Oaxaca and Tuxtla Gutierrez (Chiapas) are the best places to get to know indigenous culture (s) and food. The second one especially is the gateway to San Cristobal de las Casas and Palenque, the cradle of Mayan culture. I don't think these are good places for mongering, but I don't have first hand experience, since I've visited both with chicas I brought with me from Ciudad de Mexico.
    Thank you for your recommendations and opinions!

  11. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    My question for the board members that travel throughout Mexico. I get my best rates through Volaris and Aeromexico when I book 6-8 months in advance. I booked PV round trip a few months ago for 100 bucks! I'm looking at January and February time frame.

    Thus, my question: If you had 3-4 days to travel, from my list, which would you chose? Culture, food, and chicas are important.
    Mexico City is, IMHO, the best mongering place in all Latin America (see my reports). I see you've already been there, but you could book a multi city flight, spend a couple of days with the chicas and then go north 2.5 hours by bus to Queretaro -one of the finest colonial cities in Mexico- and fly back to the USA from there.

    Monterrey is the most "american" of Mexican cities. It isn't very interesting for culture and sightseeing but it's great for the chicas: my best experience was with the discretas (semi pros) of el tio awrelys: https://twitter.com/tioawrelys As for food it's famous for grilled meat, but not much else.

    Oaxaca and Tuxtla Gutierrez (Chiapas) are the best places to get to know indigenous culture (s) and food. The second one especially is the gateway to San Cristobal de las Casas and Palenque, the cradle of Mayan culture. I don't think these are good places for mongering, but I don't have first hand experience, since I've visited both with chicas I brought with me from Ciudad de Mexico.

  12. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    Those are my immediate thoughts. Don't really know too much about the other cities and towns you've listed.
    Thank you so much for taking the time to reply, and for your recommendations.

  13. #2

    RE: Question for board memers that travel throughout Mexico.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    My question for the board members that travel throughout Mexico. I get my best rates through Volaris and Aeromexico when I book 6-8 months in advance. I booked PV round trip a few months ago for 100 bucks! I'm looking at January and February time frame.

    Thus, my question: If you had 3-4 days to travel, from my list, which would you chose? Culture, food, and chicas are important. As always, I promise a solid trip report!
    Hey Tomjackin,

    You and I have crossed paths on other forums and have spoken indirectly to each other in the past, so now I'm speaking directly to you with the hope that I'll be able to help you out.

    What do Reynosa, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, and Monterrey have in common? Skip them! The border area of Mexico and Texas is generally unsafe, there's nothing "touristy" to see, the local bigwigs have cracked down on casas and working girls, and a lot of the good poontang has moved to other parts of Mexico.

    You can read my reports about Guadalajara to see what great times I had in that location. But since you've already been there, I'm guessing you're not itching to go back soon.

    Read my very recent report about Merida. For three to four days of traveling, you can explore Merida in half a day, then spend the rest of your days visiting Mayan ruins. If that sounds appealing to you, let me know and I will hook you up with the company that ran my tours to Uxmal, Kabah, and Chichen Itza. Of course, you can monger in the evening after you're back at your hotel and freshened up.

    Consider Valladolid, which is in between Merida and Cancun. I was so impressed with the food and culture in Merida that I'd like to spend a little more time in the Yucatan Peninsula in the future. So probably what I would do is fly into Cancun, take a taxi to Valladolid, spend 2 or 3 days there, then catch a taxi back to Cancun, enjoy the beaches, then fly back home. Not sure what the mongering is like in Valladolid, but I did notice some chicas on Mileroticos listing their city as Valladolid.

    It's not on your list, but what about San Miguel de Allende? I've heard it's a beautiful town and I know it's a huge expatriate place for Americans. Any retirement spot in Mexico with a lot of Americans is bound to have chicas just itching to get a piece of that Social Security retirement check.

    Those are my immediate thoughts. Don't really know too much about the other cities and towns you've listed.

  14. #1

    Questions for board members that travel throughout Mexico.

    My question for the board members that travel throughout Mexico. I get my best rates through Volaris and Aeromexico when I book 6-8 months in advance. I booked PV round trip a few months ago for 100 bucks! I'm looking at January and February time frame.

    Thus, my question: If you had 3-4 days to travel, from my list, which would you chose? Culture, food, and chicas are important.

    Mexico City. Been there.
    Acapulco. No interest.
    Aguascalientes.
    Bajio.
    Campeche.
    Cancun. No interest.
    Chihuahua.
    Ciudad del Carmen.
    Ciudad Juarez.
    Ciudad Obregon.
    Coatzacoalcos.
    Colima.
    Cozumel. Been there.
    Culiacan.
    Durango.
    Guadalajara. Been there.
    Guanajuato.
    Hermosillo.
    Huatulco?
    Ixtapa?
    La Paz.
    Leon.
    LOS Cabos. Been there.
    LOS Mochis.
    Manzanillo.
    Matamoros.
    Mazatlan. Been there.
    Merida.
    Mexicali. Been there.
    Minatitlan.
    Monterrey?
    Morelia.
    Nuevo Laredo.
    Oaxaca?
    Playa del Carmen??
    Poza Rica.
    Puebla.
    Puerto Vallarta. Been there, going back in October.
    Queretaro.
    Reynosa.
    Riviera Maya.
    Riviera Nayarit.
    Saltillo.
    San Luis Potosi.
    Tampico.
    Tapachula.
    Tijuana. Been there too many times.
    Toluca.
    Torreon.
    Tuxtla Gutierrez.
    Veracruz. Been there.
    Villahermosa.
    Zacatecas.
    Zihuatanejo.

    As always, I promise a solid trip report!

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