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First time need advice

Tuesday, February 28, 2023 10:06 AM
So I’m planning a trip to Tijuana for the first time sometime in the next couple months and any help would be appreciated I know I need a passport id multiple immigration form and sentri form for the easiest ways in and out I’m just wondering does Hong Kong offer a service from San Diego to the border to make it easiest or will I have to Uber also once I go through the border what’s the easiest and safest way to get to the hotel casades spending an xtra couple bucks is ok for me. Also once thier I know to tip maestros and stuff but I want to get to the point and start having fun in my room

20 comments

  • CJKent_band
    a year ago
    @Jonny12345 I will play along and comment on your discussion. Since you said this is your first time keep things simple in your first visit and go with the expectation of this just being a recon mission to gain information and see how things work/are, if you don’t speak Spanish fluently be prepared for misunderstandings because somethings get lost in translation. Even if you use a translation app. Also again keep expectations realistic; the paid-for-sex experience can be an expensive hobby for most people. If you daydream and think about it at work and you spend full weekends doing research you should have a good idea about it being possible but… can you really afford it? “Don’t Buy Things You Can’t Afford” Despite it being a simple premise, Americans buy things that they cannot afford all of the time and end in debt and unhappy. If you really can afford the paid for-sex-hobby south of the border, just take a plane, train, bus to San Diego and then the trolley/streetcar to the border and walk across to the Happiest Place on Earth (according to Krusty) [view link] When going into Mexico the Mexican border officials might ask you for the Visitor Permit (FMM) and the permit will be stamped and the number of days that is valid noted on it (up to 180) and you keep half of the Visitor Permit. Keep the Visitor Permit with your passport card or passport because you are supposed to show it to Mexican government officials, if they ask for it, and ultimately you will have to give it back to a Mexican immigration official when you leave Mexico. After crossing the border, joust walk over the pick up place for the Free Limousine ride service to Hong Kong, the people there will be happy to help you, and tip the limo driver a couple of dollars. This is an Instagram video of the FREE limo ride: [view link] When you get to the hotel Cascadas, get the VIP card for the discounts and offers in case you end up wanting to take girls to your room (arriba) more than once a day, and just get a “basic room”, and check in. I recommend to go to eat something light at the restaurant azul and then take a shower before going inside Hong Kong. Inside the club walk around and see if any girl is of your liking and approach her, to “interview” her to see if she is right for the “job/position” of going with you upstairs (arriba) Make sure you and her are clear about what is expected of each other, basic is full service (covered), everything else is extra. YES; that is the basic full service, from there everything else has to be negotiated in the paid-for-sex experience. Like restaurants, every bargirl has their own menu, and rules and have the “right to refuse service”. Remember you are visiting a different country with a different culture a different language, but very nice people and really good food, an interesting “experiences” that you should be able and HAPPY that you can afford. As long as you behave like respectable, friendly, gentleman, you will be treated like a friendly, respectable gentleman. Don’t overthink things, nothing is going to be exactly like you imagined or were told, just be prepared for the worst and hope for the best that way you won’t be surprised or disappointed. Just relax stay open to the positive experiences so you can have a good enjoyable time. Keep in mind the Russian proverb: “People greet you according to the way you dress and say goodbay according to the way you behave" Don’t drink or do drugs or do or carry anything illegal, focus on enjoying your first Hong Kong experience, relax and enjoy, don’t worry be happy. When you’re ready to leave, check out from the hotel and ask for the limo to take you back to the border and walk back to the USA. Let’s be careful out there. Remember Pics and Vids or it didn’t happen. :D
  • misterorange
    a year ago
    Lol Jonny... you've been CJ'd!
  • Jonny12345
    a year ago
    I’m confused it’s cj legit if so thanks for the tips
  • twentyfive
    a year ago
    ^ he’s not a real person, he’s purely a cut and paste bot
  • devl_dawgg
    a year ago
    Check out this article: [view link]
  • drewcareypnw
    a year ago
    I'm not entirely clear if CJ has even been to HKGC. I asked him once and he didn't respond. His answers are so patronizing and weird, plus all the unnecessary quotes and the ocd "I'll play along..." intro to every post, I'm not sure what to make of him and often ignore his responses. Honestly, he may be an experienced hookerfucker, or just a guy with too much time on his hands, its 50/50 in my mind. While I love scrub, his answer is obviously wrong, I'm 99% sure he is joking. The article Devl_dawgg shared seems reasonable to me. I've never been to HKGC but I did work in Mexico for a number of years and the other info provided tracks with my experience wrt safety, tourist zones, prices, cops, gringo tourist focused hotels, water, etc. good luck and please report back!
  • shailynn
    a year ago
    Read the articles, check out the TJ forum - all your questions should be addressed there.
  • azfriole
    a year ago
    Do some research here, everything you need to know has been posted before.
  • Redbaron12
    a year ago
    HK doesn't offer anything from San Diego. The cheapest way is to take the trolley. It's $2.50 straight to the border and $2.50 back to the airport. About a 45 minute ride. A shuttle at the airport will take you to the trolley station. When you walk in Mexico there are tons of cabs that will take you to HK. About a 5 minute ride from the border.
  • mickey48066
    a year ago
    There are quite a few you tube videos that you might find helpful. You'll get a good visual of the surroundings. Also helpful for places like Bangkok and pattaya. Cj cunt has a gift for copying and pasting things from wikipedia and wherever else. The information he provides is likely correct because it was copied and pasted from another source.
  • OPIllini96
    a year ago
    Jonny, I agree with Red - the bus from the airport to downtown San Diego (about 10-15 minutes), then the Blue Line trolley is the best way to get to the border. Once in Mexico, there's a lot about halfway down the ramp. This is where you can get a free shuttle limo or van to Hong Kong and Tropical Bar. A rep will be in the lot to guide you to the office, where you wait for the limo or van to arrive. That's another option for you.
  • Jonny12345
    a year ago
    Red and opllini96 ty I will definelty dk that when traveling
  • PutaTester
    a year ago
    CJ is a bot? That would explain a lot, such as the ongoing misinformation. Example, you are not asked to surrender the visa when you exit Mexico, but CJ repeatedly states this fake news. The bot needs to be updated with the correct information. DS gets some love? I don’t think DS is a bot, because he is more annoying than that. I don’t know what kind of jollies he gets out of labeling reviews “club ad” or wishing death to those who travel to foreign countries, but his comments are very unimaginative. For legitimate information, read some of the articles written for first timers.
  • OPIllini96
    a year ago
    Jonny, here's an article I wrote for first-time visitors to Tijuana. This should help you greatly while you make your plans: [view link]
  • OPIllini96
    a year ago
    ^The only thing that's slightly different now is the cost of the taxi ride. From what I understand, most drivers are now charging $7 from the border to Zona Norte. Also, AB is currently closed for now, we'll see if it reopens.
  • bntj1
    a year ago
    Uber ride was 79.99 pesos plus a 20 peso tip. Works out to $5.30 plus a free digital trail your gf can find later. Walk a bit to the left for pickup. They won’t pick you up near the taxi stand. I’ve done taxi libre. $5-$7 is the going rate. Get the price up front. They start you at $15, then $10, and will settle at $7, turned out I only had $6 and driver accepted without trying to fight me. Each car is at a different stage of check engine light failures. Hk limo is right there on the pathway when you enter the county. I have too much shame to get in that with all those people watching, probably requires a $5 tip to the driver.
  • PutaTester
    a year ago
    Too much shame? It’s Mexico. The Zona is part of their culture. And I tip $3…$5 if I know the driver and will ask other favors of him.
  • drewcareypnw
    a year ago
    Putatester: scrub does get some love. His invective is hilarious, the scatological and anal sex obsession is hilarious, and his heart is in the right place: he’s focused on tuscl as a quality source of info. Not everyone’s cup of tea, if the 100+ ignores are any indication, but I enjoy it.
  • rugrat
    a year ago
    Just a quick note, I crossed the border twice last week. Nothing about the FMM and was basically waived through both time.
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