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  1. #169
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    No exit stamp when you walk back to the USA. WHY? You don't have to go through mexican immigration again.

    The visa is good for 6 months so hold onto it until it expires.
    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

  2. #168
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    Hey artisstyp. Where did you get your exit stamp?

    Same little office coming into mexico?

    Idiot at the airport told me I can get that when crossing immigration into US but that obviously made no sense

    Thanks.
    No exit stamp when you walk back to the USA. WHY? You don't have to go through mexican immigration again.

    The visa is good for 6 months so hold onto it until it expires.

  3. #167
    Hey artisstyp. Where did you get your exit stamp?

    Same little office coming into mexico?

    Idiot at the airport told me I can get that when crossing immigration into US but that obviously made no sense

    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    I just came back to san diego, so I apologize if the info is too little, too late.

    Anyway as artist mentioned, the bus station is an easy 10 block walk on the main drag, any local can point you in the right direction.

    My ticket from ensenada to san ignacio costed me USD 111, which is a tad pricey, you 'may' be better off going to Tijuana and getting volaris air and fly to cabo directly but check online for pricing before you do as they fluctuate quite a bit.

    If you happen to have a student I'd, buses are automatic 50% off, but remember to dress comfy as it is a long ass ride.

    Cabo is not that great for mongering, but if you are trying to get a mix of civilian action (nubile college chicks, or just locals) , cabo is a good destination for that.

    Have fun.

  4. #166
    I just came back to san diego, so I apologize if the info is too little, too late.

    Anyway as artist mentioned, the bus station is an easy 10 block walk on the main drag, any local can point you in the right direction.

    My ticket from ensenada to san ignacio costed me USD 111, which is a tad pricey, you 'may' be better off going to Tijuana and getting volaris air and fly to cabo directly but check online for pricing before you do as they fluctuate quite a bit.

    If you happen to have a student I'd, buses are automatic 50% off, but remember to dress comfy as it is a long ass ride.

    Cabo is not that great for mongering, but if you are trying to get a mix of civilian action (nubile college chicks, or just locals) , cabo is a good destination for that.

    Have fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sound7  [View Original Post]
    Around $120 to Cabo one way and look for promotions if any by various bus services, I recall this from this summer. No promotions at that time or discount in play.

  5. #165

    Around $120 one way and look for promotions if any?

    Around $120 to Cabo one way and look for promotions if any by various bus services, I recall this from this summer. No promotions at that time or discount in play.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nibu Raphael  [View Original Post]
    Hi Guys,

    Me too I am seeking info on Ensenada like guitar freak even beyond there too. Maybe Artistty can answer this on for me too. I am also looking in to info on how much a bus is from Ensenada to Cabo. While I am talking too I am in Tijuana now. So I guess I catch the bus at the terminal by plaza viva not sure?

    Any info on this post back here or pm me, Nibu.

  6. #164
    Quote Originally Posted by Nibu Raphael  [View Original Post]
    Hi Guys,

    Me too I am seeking info on Ensenada like guitar freak even beyond there too. Maybe Artistty can answer this on for me too. I am also looking in to info on how much a bus is from Ensenada to Cabo. While I am talking too I am in Tijuana now. So I guess I catch the bus at the terminal by plaza viva not sure?

    Any info on this post back here or pm me, Nibu.
    Nibs.

    No idea about Cabo but why don't you visit the Central Camionera in Tijuana and check out all the bus companies schedules and prices.

  7. #163
    So, follow artisstyp's guidance, I took a look when I passed the linea this Monday, yes it looks like there is an office to go in and take care of government stuff, so that puts my mind at ease.

    But while I was walking through the overpass to the sea of taxi, I noticed another office that looks like it was processing something, not sure what the heck that is.

    And I am still trying to figure out if the banks are opened for me to make the payment, if it is, I will try to go to revolution and find one of the banks to pay.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sound7  [View Original Post]
    FMM Form. Multi Entry Tourist Visa for extended stay past 72 hours in border area and 75 miles past Tijuana / SY borber for up to 180 days. Is the fee around $22. 00?

    Anyone experienced the FMM multi-renewal process upon a second entry within the 180 days?

    Bus travel on Christmass Day? I would travel on 24th regardless of the schedule to be safe.

  8. #162

    FMM Multi Entry Tourist Visa for extended stay past 72 hours in border area & others

    FMM Form. Multi Entry Tourist Visa for extended stay past 72 hours in border area and 75 miles past Tijuana / SY borber for up to 180 days. Is the fee around $22. 00?

    Anyone experienced the FMM multi-renewal process upon a second entry within the 180 days?

    Bus travel on Christmass Day? I would travel on 24th regardless of the schedule to be safe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    I do not know but that is a good question.

  9. #161

    Ensenada info?

    Hi Guys,

    Me too I am seeking info on Ensenada like guitar freak even beyond there too. Maybe Artistty can answer this on for me too. I am also looking in to info on how much a bus is from Ensenada to Cabo. While I am talking too I am in Tijuana now. So I guess I catch the bus at the terminal by plaza viva not sure?

    Any info on this post back here or pm me, Nibu.

  10. #160
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    Do you happen to know if the services are stopped or less frequent during the Christmas day (s)?
    I do not know but that is a good question.

  11. #159
    Do you happen to know if the services are stopped or less frequent during the Christmas day (s)?

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    All mexican towns are inter connected by bus in one way or the other. The bus system in mexico is by far the luxurious and well maintained system that I have ever experienced. You WILL get to where you need to go.

    If you google "mexican bus companies" you can see the routes that they offer so you have a heads up. Estrella Blanca and Tufesa are the best IMO. If you can get TUFESA to anywhere you want to go definitely go on that line. They offer platinum service.

  12. #158
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    Only the most detailed responses from artisttyp

    Problem is when I head further down south, not sure if they have big bus terminals in all cities, or just random stops (say like santa rosalia, mulege, etc)
    All mexican towns are inter connected by bus in one way or the other. The bus system in mexico is by far the luxurious and well maintained system that I have ever experienced. You WILL get to where you need to go.

    If you google "mexican bus companies" you can see the routes that they offer so you have a heads up. Estrella Blanca and Tufesa are the best IMO. If you can get TUFESA to anywhere you want to go definitely go on that line. They offer platinum service.

  13. #157
    Only the most detailed responses from artisttyp

    Thanks bro.

    I think getting buses to travel within baja norte (rosarito, puerto nuevo, ensenada) are going to be ok for me, hit / miss, I should be able to find it.

    Problem is when I head further down south, not sure if they have big bus terminals in all cities, or just random stops (say like santa rosalia, mulege, etc)

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    From what I remember he said ANY bank but just walk into one and ask them if you can pay the visa fee.

    I believe there are a few choices by bus to ensenada. The way I know is go to the bus terminal right after your cross the taxi stand (old entrance / old turn styles / Mc Donalds) as soon as you get into mexico. You will need to think "old entrance" to figure this out. Not hard to find or ask " La terminal de Autobuses hacia ensenada por favor". You go across the street (past the taxi stand) then to the left up a few hundred feet to the left of Plaza "VIVA" Tijuana. You will see a few signs for bus companies on marquees located in what looks like a mini mall. It is actually a bus station. Forgot which company it is but one gate / ticketing area sectioned off by itself services ensenada. It should be the first one to the right if coming from the old entrance into Tijuana. Cost is roughly $25. Buses leave all day until 5pm I believe but verify.

    I've heard bad things about cops the further south so watch yourself. I'd love to find a poetic hang out away from Tijuana but nothing in the near vicinity seems promising. I hope you prove me wrong. Good luck and have fun.

    If by chance that station does not meet your needs you can go to La Central Camionera (main bus station) off the via expresa on the way to el florido. You can get there by grabbing a ruta van / taxi on ave. Madero and 2nd st. It will say WALMART / El Forido (towards plaza macro) on it. Mention " quiero bajar en la central camionera". It drops you off right in front 11/12 pesos. Same thing going back. Drops you off in centro.

    Artisttyp

  14. #156
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarrefreak  [View Original Post]
    Nice! I am heading down on a roadtrip, across a few cities, pretty exciting, a little nervous, but I am sure I will turn out ok, kind of curious on how the bus system works, I have found some comprehensive website providing guidance, but no where do they indicate where the local bus station is actually located.

    So with the new entrance into mexico, I ask them to take me immediately down right into a room to get my FMM taken care of. Where is the closest banco for me to pay?

    Or can I take care of it at any banco?

    Thanks.
    From what I remember he said ANY bank but just walk into one and ask them if you can pay the visa fee.

    I believe there are a few choices by bus to ensenada. The way I know is go to the bus terminal right after your cross the taxi stand (old entrance / old turn styles / Mc Donalds) as soon as you get into mexico. You will need to think "old entrance" to figure this out. Not hard to find or ask " La terminal de Autobuses hacia ensenada por favor". You go across the street (past the taxi stand) then to the left up a few hundred feet to the left of Plaza "VIVA" Tijuana. You will see a few signs for bus companies on marquees located in what looks like a mini mall. It is actually a bus station. Forgot which company it is but one gate / ticketing area sectioned off by itself services ensenada. It should be the first one to the right if coming from the old entrance into Tijuana. Cost is roughly $25. Buses leave all day until 5pm I believe but verify.

    I've heard bad things about cops the further south so watch yourself. I'd love to find a poetic hang out away from Tijuana but nothing in the near vicinity seems promising. I hope you prove me wrong. Good luck and have fun.

    If by chance that station does not meet your needs you can go to La Central Camionera (main bus station) off the via expresa on the way to el florido. You can get there by grabbing a ruta van/taxi on ave. madero and 2nd st. It will say WALMART/El Forido ( towards plaza macro ) on it. Mention " quiero bajar en la central camionera". It drops you off right in front 11/12 pesos. Same thing going back. Drops you off in centro.

    Artisttyp

  15. #155
    Nice! I am heading down on a roadtrip, across a few cities, pretty exciting, a little nervous, but I am sure I will turn out ok, kind of curious on how the bus system works, I have found some comprehensive website providing guidance, but no where do they indicate where the local bus station is actually located.

    So with the new entrance into mexico, I ask them to take me immediately down right into a room to get my FMM taken care of. Where is the closest banco for me to pay?

    Or can I take care of it at any banco?

    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    Yes. I stay for one month so I try to obtain the legal documents.

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