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  1. #233
    Quote Originally Posted by OldParr  [View Original Post]
    For many reasons to numerous to mention:

    1). Puerto Vallarta.

    2). Puerto Vallarta.

    3). Puerto Vallarta.

    You owe me a case of Modelo or Victoria beer, and a bottle of Tequila Tradicional for my excellent advice!
    It is a beautiful city that offers a large boardwalk area called the "malecon" that is in the heart of the entertainment district.

    It offers great nightlife and restaurants.

    They offer the most friendly people in the world.

    You have many different options for girls all within 15 to 20 minutes of each other, and most are only 5 to 10 minutes from each other.

    You have the beautiful ocean waters, beach bars, cantinas.

    The place is very affordable.

    The downtown area is only a 15 minute ride from the airport.

    *Do not stay in Nuevo Vallarta.

    There are many different types of accommodations available to you.

    There are many things to do during the day time hours.

    Puerto Vallarta offers many different types of entertainment all within walking distance in the malecon area.

    The list could go on and on but since you are only going to be there a short period of time, the reasons I mentioned are enough for you to consider this area.

  2. #232
    For many reasons to numerous to mention:

    1). Puerto Vallarta.

    2). Puerto Vallarta.

    3). Puerto Vallarta.

    You owe me a case of Modelo or Victoria beer, and a bottle of Tequila Tradicional for my excellent advice!

  3. #231

    Best city for a weekend trip

    Hey All,

    If you had 3 days on hand, which city will you visit for mongering? My top 3 choices are: Cancun, Tijuana and Mexico City. Constraints are:

    1.) First time visitor to Mexico.

    2.) Zero Spanish Speaking skills.

    3.) Ease of scoring. (casa's similar to Sao Paulo or an overnighter you pull from EDC in Manila).

    4.) Cost / Avg.

    I know people choice vary but really want to hear what you prefer and why.

    Thanks.

  4. #230

    Anissa Kate

    Quote Originally Posted by Punter101  [View Original Post]
    She's actually not Latina. This actress is Anissa Kate, who is French and is already in Europe!! Better luck for you!
    I agree with Punter 101. That is Anissa Kate, and she is from France. She is on my top 5 list for sure.

    She is half Arab though. I wouldn't believe Wikipedia, yeah she's on there, but on her Twitter someone asked, and she said this: at ahmed87 f I m half arabic and half french.

    Look at this reply: at AnissaKate You are not arabic. How can you be arab if you are doing porn?

  5. #229
    Quote Originally Posted by CJackSparrow  [View Original Post]
    http://www.keezmovies.com/video/bust...lowjob-4868942

    I think she is new, and seems to talk with an accent, can be a Mexicana, the art on the wall says Mexico or Colombia.

    With that face and boy she can be a real star. Want to marry her and bring her to Europe!!
    She's actually not Latina. This actress is Anissa Kate, who is French and is already in Europe!! Better luck for you!

  6. #228
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  7. #227

    Beware the gas-station scam in Mexico

    I had to chuckle when I read this article because the same thing happened to me about 10 years ago = the gringo surcharge.

    http://seattletimes.com/html/travel/...elwisexml.html

    Beware the gas-station scam in Mexico.

    A traveler ends up paying twice for a tank of gas in LOS Cabos, by credit card then cash when the card supposedly didn't work.

    By Brian J. Cantwell Seattle Times travel writer.

    Even guys who write about travel can get scammed.

    On a recent trip to Mexico's Baja Peninsula, I'the managed to avoid filling my rental car's tank until the final day when I was about to return the car to the airport. I figured I was better off minimizing the number of times I handed over my credit card to gas stations or any business since credit-card fraud can be common in Mexico.

    Good instinct, it turned out.

    On Baja's Highway 1, approaching the exit for LOS Cabos International Airport, I pulled my Nissan rental car into a Pemex station, showed the attendant my card I'm always careful to do this before they start pumping and asked for a fill-up, por favor.

    The first hint of trouble was when I noticed a tourist, outside his car at the next pump, having words with another attendant. It seemed his credit card wasn't going through.

    I soon heard the same message from the smiling mountain-of-a-man in gray coveralls who had just filled my tank: They couldn't take my credit card.

    "But I showed him my card before he pumped the gas," I complained to the fellow working the cash register, whose English was a little better than my halting Spanish.

    Sorry. The bill was 455 pesos about $31 USA Surely I had cash?

    Well, no. At the end of my trip, having just come from a small town with no bank or ATM, I'the exhausted my emergency reserve of Yankee dollars (which are often welcomed in Baja). And I'the deliberately spent all but a few of the Mexican pesos in my wallet. My next stop was the airport; why take pesos home?

    No cash? Really, seor?

    I presumed at this point that they were just doing their best to avoid credit fees on the transaction. Cash is king in Mexico.

    But this was right by the airport. Payment by plastic was surely no novelty.

    Mr. Coveralls gave a big grin and swiped my card one more time, then showed me a printout that (presumably) indicated it didn't go through. I offered him another card. Same result.

    Several other employees clustered around. A woman who looked managerial came out from the attached convenience store to punch buttons on the outside register.

    "Would you have five minutes to go to a nearby ATM and get cash?" my English-speaking friend finally asked.

    It was tough to tell if I was being had or whether they were legitimately stymied by technology. I momentarily considered speeding away in self-righteous indignation, but that raised the specter of an angry chase and a Mexican jail.

    Luckily, I'the given myself extra time before my flight's departure.

    I nodded and started to get in my car. "Oh, and he'll come with you!" the English-speaker added, nodding toward Mr. Coveralls, who was climbing in the passenger seat. In a parting shot, he jokingly admonished me, "Don't kidnap him!

    Who could actually be kidnapped in this situation? The guy with all the credit cards, who had a large stranger in a nice new car and was about to draw money from an ATM? Red flags. Maybe I should have just called a cop.

    But sometimes you have to go with instinct. My gut said these guys weren't menacing. And my passenger's stumbling efforts to tell me, with a dopey grin, that he had lived in California "Fresno!" didn't add up to danger.

    We smiled a lot at each other. I made small talk about Fresno. I got 500 pesos from a machine, we returned to the gas station and I was on my way.

    A couple weeks later, I discovered a 455-peso charge on my credit-card statement. I'the paid twice for my gas, both by credit card and cash. I'm going through the hassle of disputing the credit-card charge through my bank.

    Was it a scam? Probably. The time pressure on travelers who need to catch a plane encourages victims to resolve the situation expeditiously. An innocent mistake? Possibly. If the perpetrators had really wanted, they could have rung up an even bigger bill.

    But next time, I'm keeping enough pesos in my wallet to pay cash when I fill the rental car. It's hard to know just how much you'll need. If I have pesos left over? I'll buy a T-shirt at the airport.

  8. #226

    Amazing latina porn star

    http://www.keezmovies.com/video/bust...lowjob-4868942

    I think she is new, and seems to talk with an accent, can be a Mexicana, the art on the wall says Mexico or Colombia.

    With that face and boy she can be a real star. Want to marry her and bring her to Europe!!

  9. #225
    As with all news make sure you can verify it and I would say a passport would insure you less hassle and quicker immigration time.

  10. #224
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    Tijuana. No contest.
    Tijuana followed by Monterrey outside these two cities is hard to find quality pussies and decent prices.

  11. #223
    Quote Originally Posted by Mongerman69  [View Original Post]
    I've been looking for a while at going to, Mexico, and can't seem to pinpoint the best spot. Where can a guy find the best options in value, selection, and accessibility, in Mexico. I've done a lot of reading on the this site, and others, and it's seems most of the activity in spread through the northern border towns and near Guadalajara. For those vets that have spent a lot of time there. What is the best pure mongering spot in, Mexico?
    Tijuana. No contest.

  12. #222

    Best mongering in mexico

    I've been looking for a while at going to, Mexico, and can't seem to pinpoint the best spot. Where can a guy find the best options in value, selection, and accessibility, in Mexico. I've done a lot of reading on the this site, and others, and it's seems most of the activity in spread through the northern border towns and near Guadalajara. For those vets that have spent a lot of time there. What is the best pure mongering spot in, Mexico?

  13. #221

    Obesity in Mexico

    Is obesity a huge problem in the big cities in Mexico? I'm thinking of hitting Mex. City and Guadalajara for a couple of months. Looking for pro and non-pro chicas, since I will have some time to invest in dating girls I meet while I am down there. I'm referring to girls in the 18-30 years old range. I have the option to go somewhere else, but have never hit Mexico, so I'm curious to explore.

    Thanks in advance.

  14. #220

    Debit Cards And also a Question on Copa Air.

    Hi Guys,

    I am down on funds again and need to see if the bank can give me a cash advance on my debit card from Bank of America. IN Colombia And DR I had it done but I could not get it I mean sorry DR No where would except in Santiago or Puerto Plata DR. IN Colombia and Peru all was cool. I need to find out if Mexico will accept on this. Any adavice on this guys?

    OK Now on to a refund Copa never gave me back my 500 They won't respond to my e mails on the refund issue too when I call in to them they will then after telling me e mail them that refund paste I did that twice before when I did they never returned my cash too. Maybe I need to try to paste this once more other thing is maybe I can ask them to mail a family member the info somehow as one of my family members borrowed a credit card on their name or ask them to fax who did this. My trip that I cancelled was in Janurary. They said it was cancelled too. But no info for the refund at all.

    This trip is in janurary only thing I can think is go to The Copa office IN Gaudalajara or Mexico city and ask. Was thinking Monterrey first but if Gdl gives me hard time I could then bus it to Mexico City and ask too.

    My friend said just don't do it in USA at least in Latin America they can say its a traveler and give it back plus in USA Copa offices are only at airports. I'm thinking going to Gdl directly on plane from Tijuana to do this GDL don't help Mexico City would be the main office if that don't work I'm fucked or go up to Monterrey then try to fight this in USA calling them up more patience at home then I would need to go to Ohare Airport other choice would be continue on a big trip for a few months and ask Copa in Central America then again I might be screwed after Janurary.

    If any ideas guys then PM Me or post back here.

    Pss and yeh big info I need on the cash info advance un. Less someone can send me a Christmas cash gift then I might be saved.

    I Wait here,

    Nibu

  15. #219

    DF Weather During The Winter Months

    I notice that none of the hotels have heat. At least none that I have looked at online.

    Are you guys freezing at night (Jan / Feb) or do the hotels give you enough blankets to deal with it? If I remember correctly I slept in my winter jacket and ski hat a few years ago. I am not sure that I am willing to do that again.

    Thanks for the info.

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