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  1. #3482

    Mxn

    Quote Originally Posted by NeilGeorge  [View Original Post]
    Way, way too much $ for me. Maybe if it were in pesos?
    I just assumed that since we were in the Mexico forum that it would be implied that was in Pesos.

  2. #3481
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Dude, the symbol for pesos is $

    We adopted it from them...
    Tru' dat! Very obscure fact, but true. There are many countries that use the peso or the dollar and almost all use the "$" sign. In currency trading, and to be clear in general, it is common to write $US or $COP or $MXN, etc.

  3. #3480
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Dude, the symbol for pesos is $

    We adopted it from them.

    Of course the rate is not US$1500. MEX$1500 is US$75.
    To distinguish it from other currencies using the $ symbol, the peso is sometimes written as M $, MX $, or MEX $. The symbol MXN replaced the former symbol, MXP.

    Sorry, but I am not your "dude."

  4. #3479
    Quote Originally Posted by NeilGeorge  [View Original Post]
    Way, way too much $ for me. Maybe if it were in pesos?
    Dude, the symbol for pesos is $

    We adopted it from them.

    Of course the rate is not US$1500. MEX$1500 is US$75.

  5. #3478
    Quote Originally Posted by NeilGeorge  [View Original Post]
    Way, way too much $ for me. Maybe if it were in pesos?
    I'm sure he means pesos. But 500-700 is the norm. 1000 to 1500 is the price they quote strangers that they think can afford it. Trust that, I've lived her 14 years.

  6. #3477
    Quote Originally Posted by Info1  [View Original Post]
    Damage was $1500 for an hour. Later that night I walked around downtown. There were no issues finding ladies out and about. The prices ranged from $1000 to $500 per hour.
    Way, way too much $ for me. Maybe if it were in pesos?

  7. #3476

    Nuevo Laredo Friday night

    I made a pass through Nuevo Laredo Friday evening. I arrived around 5 and got a room at the Fiesta Hotel about 4 blocks from the border. Room was $600 pesos plus $200 deposit. The room was clean and the air conditioner was cold. No issues about bringing in girls. BBond helped me out finding an agency. They had a girl there in less than an hour. She was a little older looking than her pics but close enough. Damage was $1500 for an hour. Later that night I walked around downtown. There were no issues finding ladies out and about. The prices ranged from $1000 to $500 per hour. I didn't feel threatened or nervous while I was walking around. Just stay aware and out in the open and it shouldn't be an issue. Until it is. The Federal police roll through occasionally and everyone kind of stands around waiting on them to leave. Saturday morning I checked out, got my $200 back, and was through customs within 30 minutes of leaving my hotel.

  8. #3475
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Texas state is not worried about human trafficking. They're worried about sex between consenting adults.
    That sums it up. They equate all prostitution with human trafficking. It's bullshit, but they always throw that claim out there when fighting against prostitution.

  9. #3474
    Texas state is not worried about human trafficking. They're worried about sex between consenting adults.

  10. #3473
    Quote Originally Posted by WacoKid  [View Original Post]
    It's the little things. Airport food and drinks, cabs / ubers to and from the airport and border. I spent roughly $300 getting there and back with a free flight. Was supposed to be a 3 HR direct flight there each way. Both got delayed and or canceled and rebooked. Stuck eating Shitty yet expensive airport food, and I'm going to need several expensive airport drinks to keep me from losing my shit. Cab to airport $30 ish each way but still cheaper than long term parking. Cab / Uber from San Diego to border $60-70 each way It adds up.
    I totally get that little things add up, but it is your choice to spend on those extra things. I can live without alcohol for 8 hours if necessary. The trolley from San Diego to the border is $2. 50 and only takes 10-20 minutes longer than a cab.

    What gets me is the prices going up even with COVID. It's the Mexican way that when customers leave and there is less money coming in you raise prices to make up the difference -- most people would think you'd reduce prices to encourage people to return. It makes some sense the way they do it -- the only people who are there now are the desperate ones who want pussy no matter the cost. But I can't get over how a $60 girl two years ago is insisting on $100 for 30 minutes now. With a room, tips, and buying her one drink, that's $140 for a half hour.

  11. #3472
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Because I live in 1990-2000 prices and times. The good old days!
    It's the little things. Airport food and drinks, cabs / ubers to and from the airport and border. I spent roughly $300 getting there and back with a free flight. Was supposed to be a 3 HR direct flight there each way. Both got delayed and or canceled and rebooked. Stuck eating Shitty yet expensive airport food, and I'm going to need several expensive airport drinks to keep me from losing my shit. Cab to airport $30 ish each way but still cheaper than long term parking. Cab / Uber from San Diego to border $60-70 each way It adds up.

  12. #3471
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Because I live in 1990-2000 prices and times. The good old days!
    It's the little things that add up plus the current state of the airline industry. I spent about $300 just getting there and back.

    My direct 7:50 am flight was delayed 2 hours as soon as I passed security. I got a $4 coffee and sat at the unopened bar and thought about going back home and coming back later. I live about 20 minutes from ABIA but it's a $22-36 cab / Uber each way so decided to wait it out. Bar opens and get a message flight delayed again another hour. So I order a jack and coke for $11. As I'm finishing my drink my flight gets canceled. Get a message that my flight has been rebooked through Denver at 4 pm with a 2 hour layover there. Order another jack and coke because I'm fuming! Get hungry an eat an $11 dry sandwich. Get to Denver have two more drinks, not as expensive BTW. Finally get on my flight get to San Diego and take a $70 Uber to the border. Take a $5 cab to my hotel. Seems to be $5 no matter where you go. Uber is a little cheaper but difficult to book standing at the border. $2.50 Uber from hotel to the zona $5 cab back and be sure to confirm before getting into the cab, if not $7. Sure you can say FU and get out but he's going to want $2 for getting in. Coming back to the border crossing is completely unpredictable. Could be 30 minutes, could be 10 hours this 2.5, $60 to $70 to back to the airport, flight home is delayed by 3 hours. Another $11 sandwich and may as well have few drinks. $26 cab / Uber to get home. And sure there's a $5 trolley from San Diego and back but it's over an hour, you most likely have to stand the whole time, everyone is looking at you like they know what you're up to and after dealing with the airline and the line at the border plus your clothes still smell like the chicas at Hong Kong. The whole thing is a big pain in the ass. The chicas are unbelievable tho so.

  13. #3470
    Quote Originally Posted by Conick2000  [View Original Post]
    How is Tijuana expensive if you have a free flight?
    Because I live in 1990-2000 prices and times. The good old days!

  14. #3469
    Quote Originally Posted by WacoKid  [View Original Post]
    And thus concludes my Texas habit. I've been going to Tijuana several times a year the past few years but even with a free flight it's ridiculously expensive. I haven't been to NL since the early 2000's and have no idea where to go or how to go about it. I haven't been to Boys Town since the early 90's. Anyway, I live in Austin would like to make the trip down soon but only available during the week. Is the Zona open during the week? Are there bars in town that have ladies such as the old Huradura? Would anyone be interested in meeting up and showing me the lay of the land so to speak?
    How is Tijuana expensive if you have a free flight?

  15. #3468
    Quote Originally Posted by WacoKid  [View Original Post]
    Would anyone be interested in meeting up and showing me the lay of the land so to speak?
    Nuevo Laredo is no where what it once was, but still plenty available. I live here and am usually available, shoot me a PM and we can work out a meeting.

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