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  1. #14800
    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer47  [View Original Post]
    Costco in Tijuana also has generic Viagra / sildenafil. A dozen 100 MG tabs should be just barely over 10 US dollars. Works great. Close to the border and a big international company with a good reputation too. No prescription needed but you do need a Costco card.
    ‎Levitra or Vardenafil works for me the best, It has no side effect. Does anyone know if they have Levitra. I usually take Vardenafil 10 MG plus Depoxetine 15 MG to get me longer action. Just wonder if they have Dapoxetine 60 MG as well.

    Thanks.

    Jb.

  2. #14799
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    Farmacia Piri closes too early. You can buy at farmacia by taxi stop open late in the evening. (go from San Ysidro trolley station to border and from border to taxi stop (5 min.) IMHO Figral is the best (Sildenafil 100 MG) producer "Mavi. " Prices I do not remember exactly but 4 tablets cost USD twenty and something if you buy 10 tablets USD thirty and something. Buy only in the original packaging. Do not buy individual tablets.
    Costco in Tijuana also has generic Viagra / sildenafil. A dozen 100 MG tabs should be just barely over 10 US dollars. Works great. Close to the border and a big international company with a good reputation too. No prescription needed but you do need a Costco card.

  3. #14798
    $20 US is way too much for 4 pills. I think you are talking about Farmacia Milenia. Last I checked, that's what they charge. They have a monopoly at the border area. But paying $5/ pill is crazy. Piri has it for 70 cents / pill. And there are other farmacias on Revolucion will have them for no more than $1.50/ pill. Milenia is convenient but you'll pay for that convenience.

    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    Farmacia Piri closes too early. You can buy at farmacia by taxi stop open late in the evening. (go from San Ysidro trolley station to border and from border to taxi stop (5 min.) IMHO Figral is the best (Sildenafil 100 MG) producer "Mavi. " Prices I do not remember exactly but 4 tablets cost USD twenty and something if you buy 10 tablets USD thirty and something. Buy only in the original packaging. Do not buy individual tablets.

  4. #14797
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    Farmacia Piri closes too early. You can buy at farmacia by taxi stop open late in the evening. (go from San Ysidro trolley station to border and from border to taxi stop (5 min.) IMHO Figral is the best (Sildenafil 100 MG) producer "Mavi. " Prices I do not remember exactly but 4 tablets cost USD twenty and something if you buy 10 tablets USD thirty and something. Buy only in the original packaging. Do not buy individual tablets.
    Pharmacy Piri closes at around sunset.

    But if you can get there in daylight, they sell a 10-pack of 100 MG Figral for IIRC 112 or 122 pesos (the equivalent of around $6 or $7). I think the 4-packs were around 52 p or $3.

  5. #14796
    Quote Originally Posted by JabberWock  [View Original Post]
    I can find the Wax Museum on a Google map, but the farmacia does not show up. Is it a small or big place. Another poster said that the Hong Kong is about a 7 minute walk. Is it a safe walk during the day or do I have to dodge miscreants.
    Farmacia Piri closes too early. You can buy at farmacia by taxi stop open late in the evening. (go from San Ysidro trolley station to border and from border to taxi stop (5 min.) IMHO Figral is the best (Sildenafil 100 MG) producer "Mavi. " Prices I do not remember exactly but 4 tablets cost USD twenty and something if you buy 10 tablets USD thirty and something. Buy only in the original packaging. Do not buy individual tablets.

  6. #14795

    Ticuan to Hong Kong distance / walking time

    It's about 10 city blocks, straight down Constitucion. If one follows the walk / don't walk crosswalk signals, it would take about 25-30 minutes.

  7. #14794
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    What you are failing to consider in your lengthy analysis is that tourists that use pesos are treated more like locals and that tourists who spend dollars are treated like suckers (to be taken advantage of).

    Many merchants will negotiate and sell goods at higher prices when the customer is spending dollars. Many merchants have "pesos' and "dollar" prices for the same goods that don't follow actual, current exchange rates.

    An extreme example is street girl pricing. This is not true for all street girls, but many of them (desiring simple math) use a 10:1 exchange rate and will settle for either $20 or 200 pesos to go arriba.
    I didn't miss that in my analysis because I was not trying to account for street merchants or even street girls for that matter. Both posts specifically and exclusively look at the bar girl scene. That is because we can take take the general information from the big clubs and draw some averages that allow a basic baseline on cost and ability to save money between pesos and dollars. Based on the available data there is no way to create the same baseline on street girls, taco vendors, farmacias, and every other vendor type out there.

    I would also point out I made the case at the end of both posts that if an individual has advantages to assist their negotiation which would change the maths. In general though I stand by my analysis as a solid baseline where at current exchange rates and given a limited ability to negotiate there is no savings for the club going monger to choose pesos over dollars. But hey if it works for you because you have become a quasi-local great, that just isn't the typical person here.

  8. #14793
    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    Yes, there are some girls that struggle with the math. SGs and I've also had a few in HK that screwed up the math, even after pulling out their phone calculator. LOL.

    As for local vendors, I think, if they see a gringo, pesos or dollars do not matter. I think familiarity is far more important than the currency. I always stay in Ticuan and I've got to know most of the vendors on Revolucion from my countless walks to the zona. They pick out the tourists to be taken advantage of before they know the denomination in your wallet.
    How long does it take to walk from the hotel Ticuán to the zona (Hong Kong?

  9. #14792
    Yes, there are some girls that struggle with the math. SGs and I've also had a few in HK that screwed up the math, even after pulling out their phone calculator. LOL.

    As for local vendors, I think, if they see a gringo, pesos or dollars do not matter. I think familiarity is far more important than the currency. I always stay in Ticuan and I've got to know most of the vendors on Revolucion from my countless walks to the zona. They pick out the tourists to be taken advantage of before they know the denomination in your wallet.

    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    What you are failing to consider in your lengthy analysis is that tourists that use pesos are treated more like locals and that tourists who spend dollars are treated like suckers (to be taken advantage of).

    Many merchants will negotiate and sell goods at higher prices when the customer is spending dollars. Many merchants have "pesos' and "dollar" prices for the same goods that don't follow actual, current exchange rates.

    An extreme example is street girl pricing. This is not true for all street girls, but many of them (desiring simple math) use a 10:1 exchange rate and will settle for either $20 or 200 pesos to go arriba.

  10. #14791
    Quote Originally Posted by SwFun4  [View Original Post]
    I did a little more research on this and from the exchanges that would answer the phone and were willing to give me a price the peso to dollar exchange right there at the border is not good. They were selling at an average of 17.20 and then buying back at 17.40. At $100 that nets to an extra 20 P or a windfall of $1. 16 in extra value. So Lets run through a visit to one of the clubs and what you get with $ vs P.

    For this evenings festivities lets say that you plan to have a really amazing time and have $400 or you convert that to 6880 P ($404.64).

    First is the taxi ride round trip (because you are smart enough to put the return $5 somewhere it won't get spent and you do not have to walk you ass back to the border), $10 or 180 P leaving you with $390 or 6700 P.

    You got there a little early so no door fee, aren't you a lucky duck..
    What you are failing to consider in your lengthy analysis is that tourists that use pesos are treated more like locals and that tourists who spend dollars are treated like suckers (to be taken advantage of).

    Many merchants will negotiate and sell goods at higher prices when the customer is spending dollars. Many merchants have "pesos' and "dollar" prices for the same goods that don't follow actual, current exchange rates.

    An extreme example is street girl pricing. This is not true for all street girls, but many of them (desiring simple math) use a 10:1 exchange rate and will settle for either $20 or 200 pesos to go arriba.

  11. #14790
    Made that mistake. Granted, it was never in the middle of the night. It was always around 10 PM or so, so still dark. After an extremely close call, I reassesed my frugality quickly. LOL.

    My experience, the worst is just west of the bridge all the way to Piri. The square just east of the bridge is very iffy as well. And I've said this before. With only one exception, the scariest or most bizarre encounters I've had in that area were with Americans.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ctytek  [View Original Post]
    LOL you've got to be insane walking to the border crossing at night. It's meager $5 bucks for a cab right. Hardly justifies the risk of getting robbed or worse.

  12. #14789
    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    Yes, 5-7 minutes. It's an easy walk, level, even downhill a little going towards HK. The walk from Piri to HK is safe, imo, during the day. I've found the most dangerous part of the walk from the border is just east of Piri. That bridge is not something I'll walk across again at night.
    LOL you've got to be insane walking to the border crossing at night. It's meager $5 bucks for a cab right. Hardly justifies the risk of getting robbed or worse.

  13. #14788
    Yes, 5-7 minutes. It's an easy walk, level, even downhill a little going towards HK. The walk from Piri to HK is safe, imo, during the day. I've found the most dangerous part of the walk from the border is just east of Piri. That bridge is not something I'll walk across again at night.

    Quote Originally Posted by JabberWock  [View Original Post]
    Thanks. What about the walk to HK from there. Someone said it was only 7 minutes.

  14. #14787
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    DR hands down in every category except getting there from California.
    From my one and only 11 days I spent in the DR last year I too ditto this however this being said my heart is in medellin Colombia.

    TTM.

  15. #14786

    A little more on exchange rates.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    I agree with your premise. Of course, if I was local, I might feel differently. My trips already include $400 in flights, another couple hundred on a hotel. And then add in the fun money. I'm not a huge spender. I might spend $300 a day on chicas. That would be the high end. A trip costs me at least $1500. So the $20 savings is a drop in the bucket. That said, I do exchange a fair amount of cash for pesos before I cross and I pay in pesos as much as possible. But when I am there, arguing over $5 on an arriba or escort is not worth the hassle. As SW said, I don't want to kill the mood. My Spanish (and my game) are both limited! Haha.

    I would very likely feel differently if I could visit every weekend. Have I told you how jealous I am of you SoCal guys? LOL.
    I did a little more research on this and from the exchanges that would answer the phone and were willing to give me a price the peso to dollar exchange right there at the border is not good. They were selling at an average of 17.20 and then buying back at 17.40. At $100 that nets to an extra 20 P or a windfall of $1. 16 in extra value. So Lets run through a visit to one of the clubs and what you get with $ vs P.

    For this evenings festivities lets say that you plan to have a really amazing time and have $400 or you convert that to 6880 P ($404.64).

    First is the taxi ride round trip (because you are smart enough to put the return $5 somewhere it won't get spent and you do not have to walk you ass back to the border), $10 or 180 P leaving you with $390 or 6700 P.

    You got there a little early so no door fee, aren't you a lucky duck.

    Time to drink, you want to get some liquid joy but not risk whiskey dick so 4 beers over the night, that is $16 or 280 P, leaving you with $374 or 6420 P.

    But your not a cheap fuck are you so you made sure to tip for each of those drinks, that's $4 or 80 P so now you are down to $370 or 6340 P.

    You aren't there to nurse beers though are you so as you wander the club you get a feel for things. A lot of things and tip the girls to the tune of $20 or 400 P bringing you down to $350 or 5940 P.

    From those tips you find some company that seems enjoyable and buy the 3 fichas (don't forget the tip, for the mesero the other tip comes later), so three fichas plus tip is $30 or 540 P leaving you with $320 or 5400 P.

    There is some chemistry there, enough for a couple in club test drives so off for a couple lap dances, total damage $44 or 760 P leaving you with $276 or 4640 P.

    Now that you are all worked up time to arriba, the girl, the room, and the tip for the robe guy is $94 or 1560 P leaving you with $182 or 3030 P. You know what your still young and you popped a little Vitamin V when you got there so play it again my friend, another $94 or 1560 P leaving you with $88 or 1420 P in your pocket.

    Hey look at you going home with money in your pocket. Back to the border and time to sell pack that wad of pesos. At the buy back exchange rate of 17.4:1 you end up with $81.61, for a lose of $6. 39, instead of the $88 you would have had if you stayed in dollars the whole time.

    Again, you may have the negotiation skills, or be able to get a good enough exchange rate to make his a worthwhile venture. As it stands right now with the real exchange rate only being 0. 2 P higher (that is $0. 01) than the pegged rate at the clubs and then you lose twice that when you sell back it is currently a losing proposition.

    There was only $4. 64 in value gained during the exchange which gets you a beer or a few extra feels on the girls but you lose that and an extra $1. 75 when you switch back at the end of the night.

    Not to drag this on any further but for a night like what I described above to break even the buy rate needs to be at least 17.6:1 with a sell rate no higher than 17.8:1. To give you some actual real extra buying power ($10+ on ever $100) the actual rate you need to get is 19:1. With the same 0.2 P premium tacked on above that at sell back you would have made $23.46 over what you would have had if you stayed in dollars.

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