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  1. #263
    Quote Originally Posted by JuanCarter  [View Original Post]
    The "1" before Mexican mobile numbers has been superfluous for about a year. Now T-Mobile advises me to clean up my contacts or I won't be able to connect after August 2. I don't know if other carriers will continue to auto-correct but I am cleaning up my contacts and it kills me to delete the disconnected number for Zayra Rich that hasn't worked for over a year. I sent her a Hail Mary message anyway but everyone tells me she is retired.
    I don't think she can retired, she loves her job.

  2. #262

    Big Change with Mexican Mobile 'Phone Numbers

    The "1" before Mexican mobile numbers has been superfluous for about a year. Now T-Mobile advises me to clean up my contacts or I won't be able to connect after August 2. I don't know if other carriers will continue to auto-correct but I am cleaning up my contacts and it kills me to delete the disconnected number for Zayra Rich that hasn't worked for over a year. I sent her a Hail Mary message anyway but everyone tells me she is retired.

  3. #261
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    My advice is if you don't NEED to go into Mexico now for emergency reasons DON'T. I think you can universally say that it what is called common sense.
    Can I just look them in the eye and tell them the NEED to get my duck wet inside a latina should be marked as essential travel?

  4. #260
    Quote Originally Posted by CenTexCrash  [View Original Post]
    Do any ISG users have any current firdt hand April / May 2020 Mexico border / interior travel / lodging xp? Current situation of walking across in border towns, to main cities?

    Thinking of walking across from Texas, taking a bus to MTY and catch a flight to CDMX. And find hotels in CDMX accepting guests. Probably in two weeks from now. Want to know how possible all that is given situation?
    Reports coming out of Tijuana suggests CBP is cracking down by reducing lanes and more questioning upon return. Most places are closed and 50% of the population aren't practicing social distancing.

    My advice is if you don't NEED to go into Mexico now for emergency reasons DON'T. I think you can universally say that it what is called common sense.

    You may also want to check border news websites like www.elimparcial.com.

  5. #259

    Current travel / lodging

    Do any ISG users have any current firdt hand April / May 2020 Mexico border / interior travel / lodging xp? Current situation of walking across in border towns, to main cities?

    Thinking of walking across from Texas, taking a bus to MTY and catch a flight to CDMX. And find hotels in CDMX accepting guests. Probably in two weeks from now. Want to know how possible all that is given situation?

  6. #258
    I believe the smaller hole in wall hotels are still open in Tijuana. I was in Tijuana about 2 weeks ago and they were still open. There was only about 15-20 girls still around. I believe that a lot of girls have gone south to stay with their families. Kayla had told me that things were slow since most of their business is from US citizens. The article also said there was a estimated 7000 hookers in Tijuana. This seems like a pretty outlandish figure. I would think that there would be a lot more posts about Mexico city if there was any where near that many girls working. Tijuana is widely acknowledged as have more working girls than any place in Mexico. I would be surprised if some of the girls were homeless.. Most of them survive from day to day or a week.

    Quote Originally Posted by Orgasmico  [View Original Post]
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/mexicos-p...134421543.html

    Mexico's prostitutes end up homeless as coronavirus keeps clients at home, shuts hotels.

    By Anthony Esposito.

    ReutersApril 9, 2020,8:44 AM GMT-5.

    By Anthony Esposito.

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hungry, scared and tired, scores of sex workers in Mexico City have been forced to live on the streets as fear of contracting the coronavirus keeps clients away and the government shuttered the hotels where many of them lived and worked.

    Now they sleep under makeshift tents and on sidewalks, relying on social workers and handouts for what little they have been able to eat, and on each other to fend off attackers and criminals.

    "They literally put us out on the streets. We've been on the street for a week; before we lived in the hotels," said Marina Rojano, who has been a sex worker for 24 years.

    Another woman, Jazmin Carrillo, said she was jolted awake on the sidewalk earlier this week when two men tried to forcibly remove her pants.

    "I defended myself as best I could, I screamed for the others to help," said Carrillo.

    The government estimates there are around 7,000 prostitutes in Mexico City.

    In an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected 3,181 people and killed 174 in Mexico so far, city authorities deemed hotels non-essential and ordered them shut.

    "We spoke to the hotels about not removing the sex workers living there. But they shouldn't be working because we're in the middle of an international health crisis," a spokesman for the Mexico City government said.

    But hotels in the working-class Tabacalera neighborhood had signs saying "no service due to official orders," and removed sex workers, forcing them to set up tarps and line the sidewalks, according to a Reuters witness and dozens of interviews with prostitutes.

    The city government said it was setting up shelters for them and is handing out "COVID-19 emergency support" cards with 1,000 pesos. Around $42 - for food and medicine.

    "Nobody can live off 1,000 pesos," said Rojano.

    Still, sex workers said any help was welcome and on Wednesday hundreds lined up for a card.

    Some have decided to stop working, but for others, hunger and the need to support a family mean that is not an option even if they lack the means to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

    "If they don't even have enough money to eat, how are they going to pay for a face mask, antibacterial gel, gloves? They don't even have money for coffee, or food," said Kenya Cuevas, who runs Casa de las Muecas, a shelter for transsexual sex workers.

  7. #257
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/mexicos-p...134421543.html

    Mexico's prostitutes end up homeless as coronavirus keeps clients at home, shuts hotels.

    By Anthony Esposito.

    ReutersApril 9, 2020,8:44 AM GMT-5.

    By Anthony Esposito.

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hungry, scared and tired, scores of sex workers in Mexico City have been forced to live on the streets as fear of contracting the coronavirus keeps clients away and the government shuttered the hotels where many of them lived and worked.

    Now they sleep under makeshift tents and on sidewalks, relying on social workers and handouts for what little they have been able to eat, and on each other to fend off attackers and criminals.

    "They literally put us out on the streets. We've been on the street for a week; before we lived in the hotels," said Marina Rojano, who has been a sex worker for 24 years.

    Another woman, Jazmin Carrillo, said she was jolted awake on the sidewalk earlier this week when two men tried to forcibly remove her pants.

    "I defended myself as best I could, I screamed for the others to help," said Carrillo.

    The government estimates there are around 7,000 prostitutes in Mexico City.

    In an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected 3,181 people and killed 174 in Mexico so far, city authorities deemed hotels non-essential and ordered them shut.

    "We spoke to the hotels about not removing the sex workers living there. But they shouldn't be working because we're in the middle of an international health crisis," a spokesman for the Mexico City government said.

    But hotels in the working-class Tabacalera neighborhood had signs saying "no service due to official orders," and removed sex workers, forcing them to set up tarps and line the sidewalks, according to a Reuters witness and dozens of interviews with prostitutes.

    The city government said it was setting up shelters for them and is handing out "COVID-19 emergency support" cards with 1,000 pesos. Around $42 - for food and medicine.

    "Nobody can live off 1,000 pesos," said Rojano.

    Still, sex workers said any help was welcome and on Wednesday hundreds lined up for a card.

    Some have decided to stop working, but for others, hunger and the need to support a family mean that is not an option even if they lack the means to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

    "If they don't even have enough money to eat, how are they going to pay for a face mask, antibacterial gel, gloves? They don't even have money for coffee, or food," said Kenya Cuevas, who runs Casa de las Muņecas, a shelter for transsexual sex workers.

  8. #256
    Hello gentlemen,

    Brisk inquiry? I'm in Dallas hoping to make an excursion to Mexico right on time one year from now. Zone norte appears the best decision. Modest, copious alternatives, and no dramatization. Be that as it may, it's a 24 hour drive from where I'm at. Is there a closer choice than zona norte or am I must suck it up and make the drive?

  9. #255

    Cancun

    Buddy and I are going to. Cancun and isle Mujeres in a week. Any options for escorts to come to my hotel? Everything I've seen is 200 plus. Any other options cheaper out there? I'm used to 100 in the states. Any info would be helpful.

  10. #254

    BBBJ and BBFS

    Had her Friday, remains at nice extend remain in norcross. She's thick with a little gut however a decent ass. Payed 40 and got BBBJ and cs for 30 min. I at that point gave her 20 more for greek plate of mixed greens. Head is genuine acceptable and enthusiastic. Puss and ass can take a beating! She is sweet so be pleasant to her and make some great memories. Goodness no doubt I CIM and she licked everything up!!

  11. #253

    How common is BBBJ or BBFS in Mexico?

    Quote Originally Posted by ElBonedOff  [View Original Post]
    Most of the girls will give you very good and certainly much better than USA or Canada bought sex, 70% oral natural, they generally have an am & pm shift, change is around 7 pm, so go morn and night to see all the girls! The most will be at night, they close at 4 am!
    Hey all,

    Not just ElBonero.

    So is BBBJs and BBFS available commonly in Mexico? I'm mostly looking at the border towns and northern cities. I've been to NL and some were OK with BBJ at an extra cost at la zona de tolerencia, and the independents I got were more acceptable of it, but I didn't get BBFS and didn't ask.

    I do have regular STD tests and am about to start taking PREP before I do something like this again.

    I'm mostly looking for BBFS anal with some hotties, even if it's not Mexico.

    Thanks for any info!

  12. #252

    US citizen flying, fill in the blanks

    MTY-South America via Houston: "You need a tourist permit for this flight" (they told me to go downstairs and get one for 550 p).

    South America-MEX via Houston: permit included in price and issued in cabin on arrival.

    TLC-MTY: (I had the permit with me) "here's your boarding card, no questions asked" (maybe they looked in my passport for arrival stamp idk)(I still have that permit to date).

    MTY-TIJ rt: ________________

    MTY-GDL rt: _________________

  13. #251
    Quote Originally Posted by Beener  [View Original Post]
    So, nobody has nothing for me for Miami now?? I am not in Miami, but I am thinking about going there again, some Viagra https://drugreviews.org/viagra help please in Miami? BTW, I'm Chicago, somebody here?
    Dude why don't you just order online from one of those virtual pharmacies? I get mine from Roman, they sell the generic version or you can get cialis. Just got to answer a online survey and lie about being healthy with no heart conditions. Take at your own discretion.

  14. #250

    Quick question.

    Hey gents,

    Quick question? I'm in Dallas looking to make a trip to Mexico early next year. Zone norte seems like the best choice. Cheap, plentiful options, and no drama. But it's a 24 hour drive from where I'm at. Is there a closer option than zona norte or am I going to have to suck it up and make the drive?

  15. #249
    Looking for a golf resort that is close to some action in mexico. A buddy wants to go there during christmas to golf. Said I would go with him but I don't golf. Figure id just drive his cart around and be his caddy while drinking coronas all day. Then at night pick up some action. Was wondering if anyone has any suggestions.

    I would say Mazatlan, I have been going there 25+ years, plenty of golf action, different golf courses, and the sex is far cheaper, than say PV, less than 1/4 of pv! In fact probable the cheapest in Mexico, more "Bang" for your buck LOL! You could stay at el cid, right on the course or others!

    Look at craigs, for pv for example and see the sticker shock!

    OK the good the bad and the sleazy, there are 250 pesos *****houses (about 13 usd) and 600 peso *****houses (about 31 usd) they can have from 1 to 3 girls at the smaller places to 20 or 25 at the larger places, they are all young, barely legal to maybe early 20's, and usually fairly hot!

    These prices all include BJ & vaginal sex con condom! They supply all lube, condoms, fun!

    Most of the girls will give you very good and certainly much better than USA or Canada bought sex, 70% oral natural, they generally have an am & pm shift, change is around 7 pm, so go morn and night to see all the girls! The most will be at night, they close at 4 am!

    Pv sex is going to cost a 100 bucks to 200 a pop! Same as the usa! Mazatlan is a sex bargain!

    There are many happy ending massage parlors here, and most will do full sex too!

    There are primarily 3 strip clubs (there are many more) OK first off, unlike the USA they are not all burned out 30 to 40 year olds, and they are all hookers, any girl you see dance is for sale and on the spot! Prostitution is fully legal in all its forms.

    La Botana the most expensive and takes full advantage of the "Gringo" no 250 peso booth sex for you as the Mexicans, you have to upstairs for from 3,000 to 6,000 pesos! Girls years ago were hot, many dogs now! Place is suffering due to the loss of tourists!

    Torrandas, probable the largest strip club, up to 30 girls, mostly by far Mexican crowd, Mexican prices!

    Hipocampo, Mexican crowd, weird place check them all out! Look online!

    P.S. Stay the hell away from corona, going to come to Mazatlan drink "Pacifico" the local German brew, voted one of the worlds 10 best beers! And it is! And from a bottle not a can please!

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