escort directory

Thread: Ensenada

+ Add Report
Page 3 of 15 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13 ... LastLast
Results 31 to 45 of 214
This forum thread is moderated by Admin
  1. #184

    Talent in Ensenada

    I was in Ensenada last week and did find a bar / strip club with some good action. I don't recall the name of the spot, but it is on a main street downtown. Was able to get 2 girls at the same time for $70. It was great porno style action in a room attached to the club. Wish I could recall the name of the spot, but if you have skills and that monger sense, it won't be hard to find.

  2. #183

    Paris de Noche

    Paris seems like the top strip club / chica bar right now. A main stage when you walk inside then another stage in the back room. Very dark with plenty of girls, but too many ass implants for my tastes. The DJ and music are way too loud even for Mexico standards! Saw one or two dudes sitting at the rail wearing earplugs. It was very crowded late night with SoCal bros in town for the Baja 500.

    I never did a private dance. My Mexican friend did and said it was only $13 US for one full-nude song with lots of touching. I was expecting $20 per song. No info to pass along about the VIP rooms. A few hookers and transsexuals were working the street when we left. Plenty of taxis available.

  3. #182
    Quote Originally Posted by Uk4444  [View Original Post]
    Just thought I would share my experiences in Ensenada.

    Couple of decent strip clubs Paris is the best.

    They offer full service for approx $150 - girls range from 6 - 8 in quality.

    Couple of weeks ago. Found a very small club / bar on the main road running through Ensenada (opposite Starbucks) that had 4 girls with one being a solid 9 out of 10. Cost was $120 for HR.

    Sorry I cannot remember the name of the place.
    I recall back in the late 1990's to early 2000's Anthony's was the place to pick up girls. Has it gone away? Girls moved to another location? I drove by Anthony's last week during the day and it's still there.

    The Tall Man.

  4. #181

    Ensenada Report

    Just thought I would share my experiences in Ensenada.

    Couple of decent strip clubs Paris is the best.

    They offer full service for approx $150 - girls range from 6 - 8 in quality.

    Couple of weeks ago. Found a very small club / bar on the main road running through Ensenada (opposite Starbucks) that had 4 girls with one being a solid 9 out of 10. Cost was $120 for HR.

    Sorry I cannot remember the name of the place.

  5. #180

    Here's a couple

    Quote Originally Posted by Commonglass  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to hit Ensenada during the Christmas vacation. The hotels online seem way overpriced. Is there affordable, safe, clean housing that I can get for 7-10 days in Ensenada? It doesn't need to be girl friendly. Thanks!
    Commonglass,

    Here's a couple of recommendations. I like the Villa Fontana Inn near the corner of Lopez Mateos and Alvarado. It's secure with gated parking and you have to go through the reception area to enter after hours. The fee is around $55-65 usd per night but you get a discount with a AAA card. Just don't make reservations online if you want that discount. I think you can only apply the AAA discount with walk up payments. Makes no sense to me but that's what they they told me. You might want to call before to see how full they are. You might get away with going down without reservations as I don't believe Christmas is a big tourist week in Ensenada. The rooms all have A / see and heaters too. A little less secure but way cheaper is the Hotel Bugambilias. It's on Avenida Macheros half a block down from the main drag. It has cameras on the entrance for the lobby person to watch your vehicle but I wouldn't want to leave a BMW or Jaguar there either. I take my average vehicle in there with no worries and have never had a problem. I think it's around $35 usd per night and is simple and fairly clean. I feel safe the times that I've stayed there. Both are girl friendly and the Bugambilias is super close to all the strip bars. I might be going to spent time with my civilian girlfriend Monday but I'm not positive.

    Have a great trip!

    Clutch

  6. #179

    Ensandad Hotels?

    I'm planning to hit Ensenada during the Christmas vacation. The hotels online seem way overpriced. Is there affordable, safe, clean housing that I can get for 7-10 days in Ensenada? It doesn't need to be girl friendly. Thanks!

  7. #178

    Anthony's

    Visited a couple of weeks ago. Top floor of Anthony's caught fire recently, but the club is still open.

    Didn't get a chance to roam around much, but will try next week.

  8. #177

    Cruising to Ensenada on Dec 1 Any tips?

    Good afternoon gentleman,

    It seems this forum is really slow, does that mean things have stopped down there?

  9. #176
    [QUOTE=Nibu Raphael; 1384156]Hi I got the stamp too when I was leaving Tijuana even paid the bank. Other grinos that trevel by bus say never get the stamp, Immigration and Military checkpoints never look for that, I am though returning by plane, I guess if you need to return by plane yes, And if you must do and get it done IN Tijuana do it but don't then pay the fee at the bank, How will they find out. Anyways Most people that travel by bus car igtnore this, Good idea, Us Immigration don't need to track all your moves. They know enough.

    Ok but other bad news now Mexican immigration has the right on the streets to check your immigration status, That might be more power to them on shakedowns.

    Ok hope my info helped here too.

    In the spirit of closure, the oficina de goberno is where one gets both stamps for enter and exit.

    The guys with guns did not flinch as I was making my way up the stairs.

    Glad to be alive

  10. #175

    No.

    Hi I got the stamp too when I was leaving Tijuana even paid the bank. Other grinos that trevel by bus say never get the stamp, Immigration and Military checkpoints never look for that, I am though returning by plane, I guess if you need to return by plane yes, And if you must do and get it done IN Tijuana do it but don't then pay the fee at the bank, How will they find out. Anyways Most people that travel by bus car igtnore this, Good idea, Us Immigration don't need to track all your moves. They know enough.

    Ok but other bad news now Mexican immigration has the right on the streets to check your immigration status, That might be more power to them on shakedowns.

    Ok hope my info helped here too. [QUOTE=Gallo Ingles; 1371996]
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    That is the part I am confused, when I got the FMM, they stamped to indicate that I 'entered' (with the intent to stay over 6 mths, or to pass south of ensenada)

    Shouldn't they need to stamp to prove that I have exited or 'surrenderred' my FMM? /QUOTE]You need to surrender the document to the Mexican immigration authorities upon departing the country before the end of the six month period. If you haven't yet paid the fee, you will need to do that also. Generally speaking, any Mexican bank can take the payment.

    If you fail to turn in the document, your name will remain in their computer system and you could be subject to a fine if you return to Mexico in the future.

    Ahh, how I miss the old, pre-computer days when we could do what we wanted without having our every movement monitored in some way.

  11. #174
    Quote Originally Posted by Gallo Ingles  [View Original Post]
    I don't know the area, but I believe you can turn it back in at the place where you received it. If not there, I am sure that they will tell you where to go.

    G. I.
    Or they may shoot me down as I climb the stairs.

    Thanks for the feedback

  12. #173
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    Thanks guys. So really, the "where" is the question, I am inclined to think that it is the same office where I originally got the form (making an immediate right after entering the building) , because like gallo said, my name is in the system, and I want to make sure I don't break any rule per se
    I don't know the area, but I believe you can turn it back in at the place where you received it. If not there, I am sure that they will tell you where to go.

    G. I.

  13. #172
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    In theory "yes" but like I said you never pass through mexican immigration on the way back into the states. As Gallo states above you are supposed to hand it in but who knows where. In my case I save it for future Tijuana trips within a 6 month period. This usually lasts me the entire Tijuana season.
    Thanks guys. So really, the "where" is the question, I am inclined to think that it is the same office where I originally got the form (making an immediate right after entering the building) , because like gallo said, my name is in the system, and I want to make sure I don't break any rule per se

  14. #171
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    That is the part I am confused, when I got the FMM, they stamped to indicate that I 'entered' (with the intent to stay over 6 mths, or to pass south of ensenada)

    Shouldn't they need to stamp to prove that I have exited or 'surrenderred' my FMM?

    Else, why would anyone even bother to check for the fmm? Afaik, neither the policia, nor the federalis check for it
    In theory "yes" but like I said you never pass through mexican immigration on the way back into the states. As Gallo states above you are supposed to hand it in but who knows where. In my case I save it for future Tijuana trips within a 6 month period. This usually lasts me the entire Tijuana season.

  15. #170

    Mexican tourist permit

    [QUOTE=Guitarrefreak; 1371908]That is the part I am confused, when I got the FMM, they stamped to indicate that I 'entered' (with the intent to stay over 6 mths, or to pass south of ensenada)

    Shouldn't they need to stamp to prove that I have exited or 'surrenderred' my FMM? /QUOTE]You need to surrender the document to the Mexican immigration authorities upon departing the country before the end of the six month period. If you haven't yet paid the fee, you will need to do that also. Generally speaking, any Mexican bank can take the payment.

    If you fail to turn in the document, your name will remain in their computer system and you could be subject to a fine if you return to Mexico in the future.

    Ahh, how I miss the old, pre-computer days when we could do what we wanted without having our every movement monitored in some way.

Posting Limitations

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
Top Damas


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape