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  1. #3543

    Monger abroad via MTY inquiry

    Not necessarily a monger question but travel in general. To monger destinations. About a month ago, I was trying to view the Argentina / Chile solar eclipse on a limited budget. Flights out of DFW, IAH, SAT, and AUS to Buenos Aires EZE were ranging a retail price of $1300-1500 I really didn't have.

    I was on the cusp on waiving the white flag when I expanded my horizon and found flights to EZE out of MTY were hovering around $650 are / t. It was mainly COPA and LATAM but apparently United wanted a piece of the action. I had vouchers with United that softened that price down to $500, HOWEVER when crunching info on United's site, by declaring myself a US Citizen flying the return into Mexico that portion added $37 tourist taxes to the $650 but my vouchers applied made out the door price $537 to fly to Buenos Aires.

    Parked in Laredo and took a $22 bus to Monterrey and meant to take a $5 bus from Bus Centro to the Aeropuerto but got bad directions to figure out which ticket counter to go to buy VivaBus (airport shuttle brand) even though bus was there. Missed it. Cost 300 p to take a cab with no AC. But should've been $5 in theory. Also at United check in counter, they ordered me to report to the aeropuerto customs office to obtain a 550 p tourist permit they say I should've obtained while in Nuevo Laredo, took 20-25 minutes to get approved must pay exact change no tarjetas, solo effectivo. Still way ahead of the $1300 price I hope.

    You can read my essay length monger trip report for Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Monterrey. Some good, some really really bad given the locations. Report Central Mexico. DF Escorts. Report #747. I hope Twitter house Micheldepa hasn't blacklisted me because I really want to give them the benefit of the doubt.

    So got to looking and it seems like it's a pretty constant set that flights out of MTY, MEX and GDL to certain cities in Central and South America are sometimes almost half the price of flying out of Texas / United States, flights to Costa Rica and Colombia really many places super reasonable. So I guess for mongering or tourism in general is it known for people in San Antonio or anywhere Texas to flock to MTY to catch a round trip to Latin America on a budget?

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  5. #3539

    A great recommendation Montserrat

    This odyssey began with ABI on Saturday, March 10 It is best to repeat with the same ABI, in contact with the agency to schedule me to say that it is this occupation and that it was his last day in That I do recommend this beautifully beautiful girl called Montserrat and the truth At first I insisted on an ABI outside, with time in my decision for Montserrat and your thing so beautiful when you cross the door of the hotel, from the outset a very beautiful and very pretty girl What do you think? How about? How about? How about? He had never told me that. We started with a couple kisses, little by little, I approached his neck, which, next to me, guided me, where he liked, the tongue, and the kisses, in what they kissed us, I was stimulated by iron, and he tells me that I'm taking off the shirts in which they continue to kiss and excite me, at least I imagine the two in the smaller cloths and similar cats in heat, even those we know so far, because everything we did we knew that we liked and got excited and yet, we did not make a speaker of a porn movie we only heard how it got wet and gemia. Mmmm what a delight and with his face they touch me that they are already entered in it and so it was until I asked that if she has already been Fin and she said yes now only you are missing, we put ourselves in several positions until I finished and I commented that you liked this first rounding, we went to bathe, we lay down for a while in bed and we continued talking for the second rounding he made me oral with more confidence and I passed the iron on his little thing as if it were a handsaw and saw how he enjoyed it until I got into it and I said he liked it very much that he wouldn't stop until it was over. Montserrat you are a goddess in bed you made me vibrate like few others!

    Alicia do not let her go, if this girl is still with you and does not leave, it will be a time with you, beautiful, good body, good service, attentive and with a lot of attitude.

    Greetings Alicia and thank you for bringing us these kind of girls to the regions.

    https://www.aliciadollshouse.com/mon...taria-fresita/ ◄.

  6. #3538
    I've seen Faty a few times in mty and have had a good time. First I've heard about an upcharge for BBBJ. She is good in the sack.

    Quote Originally Posted by JuanCarter  [View Original Post]
    This is the second time I have seen Ftima in CDMX where she frequently visits. She resides in Monterrey and is FatyPea1. She is 23, has a pretty face and pleasant personality. Her service is $1300 an hour and gives an excellent BBBJ for $300 extra.

  7. #3537
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    If you guys are interested to know what I was talking when I said that gangsters at the Senda Group Bus Station in Nuevo Laredo are scaring customers away, feel free to read the various reviews in Google maps (click the sort icon to sort by newset first). Here is the address of that bus station below. I can write a little review of my next border crossing experience in about a couple of weeks.

    Cesar Lpez de Lara 2844, Central de Autobuses Col, San Rafael, 88200 Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
    You can add me to your review, I saw it with my own eyes. Have not been back.

  8. #3536
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Good information, Burma. In my experience, I have been to Mexico multiple times and have never been stopped nor had anyone question me, x-ray anything, or stamp anything when walking in. It's been different with me if you fly in.

    That is good to know. I didn't have any clue where the bus station was. If it was during the day and I knew where the bus station was, I may have walked, but the cab ride I got was just $7.

    I should have said that while I found no reason to return, if you are a budget hobbyist desiring a high volume of average to above average looking women and don't mind CBJs, then Monterrey is awesome. I have seen it take hours for buses and cars coming from Mexico entering the USA Backed up for hours, so I think walking across the border, which usually takes less than 15 minutes, is preferable.
    If you guys are interested to know what I was talking when I said that gangsters at the Senda Group Bus Station in Nuevo Laredo are scaring customers away, feel free to read the various reviews in Google maps (click the sort icon to sort by newset first). Here is the address of that bus station below. I can write a little review of my next border crossing experience in about a couple of weeks.

    Cesar Lpez de Lara 2844, Central de Autobuses Col, San Rafael, 88200 Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.

  9. #3535
    Quote Originally Posted by BurmaJones  [View Original Post]
    Zygomatic, I crossed over last Friday afternoon and can probably answer your questions. If you drive down, the first lot on the right within sight of the border is cheaper, $6 per day. At the turnstile, it's $1 US or 22 pesos and when returning, it's $. 25 US or 4 pesos. The X-ray machine in immigration was down so I proceeded to the immigration office for a tourist card. They asked where I was going, for how long, and who was I there to meet. My response was taking the bus from Reynosa to Monterrey, 3 days, and my girlfriend.
    Good information, Burma. In my experience, I have been to Mexico multiple times and have never been stopped nor had anyone question me, x-ray anything, or stamp anything when walking in. It's been different with me if you fly in.

    Quote Originally Posted by BurmaJones  [View Original Post]
    I've taken the bus enough so that the 10 minute walk to the bus station makes more sense than a $20 US taxi ride for the same distance.
    That is good to know. I didn't have any clue where the bus station was. If it was during the day and I knew where the bus station was, I may have walked, but the cab ride I got was just $7.

    I should have said that while I found no reason to return, if you are a budget hobbyist desiring a high volume of average to above average looking women and don't mind CBJs, then Monterrey is awesome. I have seen it take hours for buses and cars coming from Mexico entering the USA Backed up for hours, so I think walking across the border, which usually takes less than 15 minutes, is preferable.

  10. #3534
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Where there any random people asking you personal questions at the bus station in Reynosa when you departed or returned?
    I didn't stick around when I got back. There may have been some beggar asking for money on the way out, but I think I just ignored him It was so insignificant I can barely recall it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Did you feel safe using the taxis in Reynosa? Did you feel safe crossing the border into Mexico?
    I have been to Reynosa a few times. Right when you cross the bridge, there are taxis waiting. I have used them in the past to go to Boystown and this time to the bus station. I have never had any problem, but Reynosa appears really third world, so it might be intimidating to some. Having been to much of South America, I am kind of used to the often toothless cab driver with the bucket of bolts vehicle. Only time my nerves were on edge was when a little high as a kite punk was riding around Boystown screaming.

    When you go to Monterrey it is a city that appears first world. Cars are nicer, and the city is nicer, even nicer and better kept up than many if not most American. Still, while I may have felt more comfortable in a taxi or Uber in Monterrey than Reyonsa, I bet the chance of harm coming to me was statistically the same.

  11. #3533
    Quote Originally Posted by BurmaJones  [View Original Post]
    Zygomatic, I crossed over last Friday afternoon and can probably answer your questions. If you drive down, the first lot on the right within sight of the border is cheaper, $6 per day. At the turnstile, it's $1 US or 22 pesos and when returning, it's $. 25 US or 4 pesos. The X-ray machine in immigration was down so I proceeded to the immigration office for a tourist card. They asked where I was going, for how long, and who was I there to meet. My response was taking the bus from Reynosa to Monterrey, 3 days, and my girlfriend. No problem, passport stamped, and on my way. I've taken the bus enough so that the 10 minute walk to the bus station makes more sense than a $20 US taxi ride for the same distance. Just be alert and walk with purpose. I've never had an issue except I'm usually pouring sweat after the walk. Once at the station, you go through a walkway to where the buses are and hop on. I normally buy my tickets online and give the driver the printed copy. 3 1/2 hours later, I'm in Monterrey for less than $50. On the return trip, there was no line at the border and the only question was what am I bringing back. My answer was dirty clothes. Oh, but don't forget to go back to Mexican immigration before you cross back over to turn your tourist form back in and they notate you are leaving and not overstaying your allotted days.

    Hope this helps, Burma.
    Thank you Burma, yes this is exactly what I needed to know which confirms that traveling from Reynosa to Monterrey by bus is safer than traveling from Nuevo Laredo to Monterrey because there are reports that in Nuevo Laredo you have gangsters at the bus mugging travelers in front of everyone and no body does anything about it. In my case, the gangsters asked me questions to make sure that I was not a rival cartel member or a migrant but if I am not mistaken, they would have gladly asked me for money if it wasn't for me ignoring most of the questions they were asking me.

  12. #3532

    Faty Pena

    This is the second time I have seen Ftima in CDMX where she frequently visits. She resides in Monterrey and is FatyPea1. She is 23, has a pretty face and pleasant personality. Her service is $1300 an hour and gives an excellent BBBJ for $300 extra.
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  13. #3531

    Border questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Hi Elvis, thank you for your review. I have a few questions. Where there any random people asking you personal questions at the bus station in Reynosa when you departed or returned? Did you feel safe using the taxis in Reynosa? Did you feel safe crossing the border into Mexico? Thanks champ!
    Zygomatic, I crossed over last Friday afternoon and can probably answer your questions. If you drive down, the first lot on the right within sight of the border is cheaper, $6 per day. At the turnstile, it's $1 US or 22 pesos and when returning, it's $. 25 US or 4 pesos. The X-ray machine in immigration was down so I proceeded to the immigration office for a tourist card. They asked where I was going, for how long, and who was I there to meet. My response was taking the bus from Reynosa to Monterrey, 3 days, and my girlfriend. No problem, passport stamped, and on my way. I've taken the bus enough so that the 10 minute walk to the bus station makes more sense than a $20 US taxi ride for the same distance. Just be alert and walk with purpose. I've never had an issue except I'm usually pouring sweat after the walk. Once at the station, you go through a walkway to where the buses are and hop on. I normally buy my tickets online and give the driver the printed copy. 3 1/2 hours later, I'm in Monterrey for less than $50. On the return trip, there was no line at the border and the only question was what am I bringing back. My answer was dirty clothes. Oh, but don't forget to go back to Mexican immigration before you cross back over to turn your tourist form back in and they notate you are leaving and not overstaying your allotted days.

    Hope this helps, Burma.

  14. #3530
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  15. #3529
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    I wanted to go somewhere and do a whole lot fucking and do so at the last moment, so I went to Monterrey. I had read here that border crossing buses sucked, so I went to Reynosa and hopped a bus to Monterrey. It was surprisingly easy to do and cost $20 or so each way. I had gone on seeking arrangement and tried to line up some dates. I got a lot of promises but no delivery. A 20 year old wanted 2000 pesos, and I wasn't interested.

    I stayed at Fiesta Americana the first night, nice place, but I got in late. It was in a nice mall area. Monterrey has some amazing malls and hotels. Reynosa is a shithole in comparison. I then lined up an Airbnb and headed there the next morning. It was further from El Centro where the action is. I read the girlsheavens.com website and as the seeking dates weren't working out, I went to Amnesia strip club. Girls were very hot. I saw women I would call 9's or even 10's there. In fact, I was waiting on a 10 for a while. Nearly an hour passed, and I decided to hook up with another girl who was not as cute. She said the cost of a room was 20 dances or 7500 pesos, and I laughed. No way was I paying that in Mexico.

    I checked out the spas on girlsheavens and went to Terapias Oasis. I saw three women working, two fatties and one okay looking woman. I chose the thinner one. The cost was 1000 pesos or about $50 for full service. Everything there like everywhere in Monterrey was covered. I got a very average massage afterwards and left. All in all, it was an average experience.

    That night, I then went to Matehuala, a club in the center of town. The club was not upscale like Amnesia. Amnesia had like a Men's Club like vibe to it. The place was packed. I looked around and found one girl I liked. This place is funny. You descend down a set of stairs into a dark basement. The floor is littered with condoms, musty smell, and you can see men fucking other women out in the open. The size of the booths is is about twice as wide as a bathroom with a chair in it. I tried to make it work, but the place and the smell ruined any chance of my having fun. You pay so many pesos when you go in and you get a per minute charge. It was crazy how cheap it was, like $10 US for the room and $20 for the girl, but I just couldn't make it work..
    Hi Elvis, thank you for your review. I have a few questions. Where there any random people asking you personal questions at the bus station in Reynosa when you departed or returned? Did you feel safe using the taxis in Reynosa? Did you feel safe crossing the border into Mexico? Thanks champ!

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