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  1. #14436

    Thanksgiving holiday.

    Hey guys,

    Maybe about 8 years ago, I went down to Tijuana with my friend during Thanks Giving holiday, and it was dead. We were surprised that there are no girls working during an American holiday. Since then, we haven't return to Tijuana during Thanks Giving. Are there chicks working during Thanks Giving now like business as usual?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. #14435
    Quote Originally Posted by Spleefer  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the info on the corners, I'm new to that game. I always chicken out and go with a club girl. This time I'm staying at cascades. Any tips would be great on negotiating them going to my room. Ped West is great Lascivious! No lines even rush hour either way! Longer walk though. They had girls handing out entry forms and I did have to fill one out last trip. It's 50/50 o the form going in. Coming back a breeze.
    Many of the chicas resisting Cascadas will do it if you pay a 50 pesos premium because this is likely their commission from the hotel they work out of.

  3. #14434
    Quote Originally Posted by Lascivious  [View Original Post]
    I've only been once since they started checking when entering. They wrote it out by hand. There How is it trying to get in now? Does the new west entrance make getting out any better?
    Thanks for the info on the corners, I'm new to that game. I always chicken out and go with a club girl. This time I'm staying at cascades. Any tips would be great on negotiating them going to my room. Ped West is great Lascivious! No lines even rush hour either way! Longer walk though. They had girls handing out entry forms and I did have to fill one out last trip. It's 50/50 o the form going in. Coming back a breeze.

  4. #14433
    I've only been once since they started checking when entering. They wrote it out by hand. There were only two people ahead of me and it still took forever. It's been months since I've gone. I hope it's gotten better.

    I like the street girls over the bar girls. I like the ones that look like FOB types even if they're not.

    I hit up AB and HK. I found that HK had widened the gap between them and AB. I like to warm-up in the bars then prowl the street looking for the cute little young chicas. I'm just not a MILF guy.

    There were plenty of cute ones in HK that allowed mutual grope sessions for extended periods. You have to be a little bold sometimes in order to get the attention of the young cute ones but they are generally amenable to your advances, provided you keep a buck or two flowing their way. I've had some encounters that went on for a pretty long time for just a few singles. YMMV.

    That is always just a prelude to my raison d'etre. The pursuit and conquest, albeit by monetary means, of the freshest little chicas I can find. My last trip had so many choices along the boulevard of ponocha it was tough to narrow it down.

    I made several passes. They allowed me to duck back in to HK a couple of times, you just have to ask them upon entering and exiting, slipping them a buck when coming back in doesn't hurt either. I saw a few potential candidates but here was a beautiful young girl with blue streaks in her hair that really caught my eye. I passed her twice but went back into HK.

    I quickly exited to find her, she was not to be found. I thought I was going to regret it until I saw the cutest little thing in the entrance of a a motel near the end of the block talking to another girl. She looked like she hadn't started yet. She was so cute, she was dressed in regular clothes. I took her up and had a great time.

    How is it trying to get in now? Does the new west entrance make getting out any better?

  5. #14432

    CORRECTION TO be of A ATM USE

    Quote Originally Posted by TJSteve  [View Original Post]
    It's a shame that Bank of America sold Santander. We used that for cash for 10 years. They now have a deal with Bannorte. Check the BofA website for locations all over the world. They charge a fee but you get the open market rate so it's as good as a cambio. There is an ATM in our Soriana and we get 6,000 pesos every Friday. I'm not sure if they are in every Soriana (it used to be a Commercial Mexicana) but there is also a bank branch downtown, one on Blvd Agua Caliente and one in Rosarito.

    If it is daytime you can always go inside to any bank and get cash without being robbed (until you leave, he, he).
    My post above was wrong. Be of A owns part of Scotia Bank (also a red), not Bannorte. There are 2 in Tijuana and 1 in Rosarito. That's where my wife gets our household money every week. No problems but the do have the 2% fee. What do I know, I use cash for the putas.

  6. #14431
    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    I kmow this is not the place but I've seen that one done in bogata. mostly by taxi driver. yeah the steps you did is what i had to do as well. bogata taxi drivers are scammers vs medellin where i found them very honest.
    Peanuts & Beer (a bar on Revolution that finally closed around two years ago) was infamous for pulling this bill-switching shit.

    They often had barkers out in front of the bar on Revo.

    I would always decline going inside, telling the barkers "I don't like your magic acts".

    The barkers would always reply "We don't have magicians".

    To which I would reply "yes you do. You guys are always turning twenty dollar bills into singles".

    I got many knowing smiles and giggles from the barkers.

  7. #14430

    Seen that in Colombia

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    The worst scam is when the mesero take your $20 or $100 bill, turn away slightly, swap it for $1 and insist you only gave him $1. Lots o of good folks would trust the words of these slimy scammers and believe they had given them smaller bills.

    I had that done to my $20 bills in a bar, then a Pemex gas station, in Cabo San Lucas. I got so pissed off I was calling policia. The asshole was shaking and returned my $20. Cabo has lots of drunk tourists and seems to have lots more scams than other locations in Mexico.

    Have not seen this bill switching scam in Tijuana yet. To trap the bastards, I would sign my name or put an unique PIN on the big bills, let him switch it, then call in witnesses and policias to search his pockets for the stolen bills and throw them in prison for long honeymoons with beefy and horny cholos.
    I kmow this is not the place but I've seen that one done in bogata. mostly by taxi driver. yeah the steps you did is what i had to do as well. bogata taxi drivers are scammers vs medellin where i found them very honest.

  8. #14429

    Bills switching scam

    The worst scam is when the mesero take your $20 or $100 bill, turn away slightly, swap it for $1 and insist you only gave him $1. Lots o of good folks would trust the words of these slimy scammers and believe they had given them smaller bills.

    I had that done to my $20 bills in a bar, then a Pemex gas station, in Cabo San Lucas. I got so pissed off I was calling policia. The asshole was shaking and returned my $20. Cabo has lots of drunk tourists and seems to have lots more scams than other locations in Mexico.

    Have not seen this bill switching scam in Tijuana yet. To trap the bastards, I would sign my name or put an unique PIN on the big bills, let him switch it, then call in witnesses and policias to search his pockets for the stolen bills and throw them in prison for long honeymoons with beefy and horny cholos.

  9. #14428

    Yeah they pull ghat one too

    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    Another trick related to this one. If you have a dollar and some coins coming, they will cover your change with the dollar. Assuming you will just see the dollar on the tray and tell him to keep the change. You probably believe you tipped just a dollar. And who knows how many coins are under that dollar. You do have to stay alert when dealing with meseros.
    Yeah, I noticed that one more recently and I always make sure I count it too. You can see thier expression when they know you know the game. LOL.

    To [CodeWord140] them off. I grab all the change and give them the small less than 5 pesos back not to pass 10 pesos.

  10. #14427

    Tequila Expo Tijuana 2017

    Guys, maybe someone is interested in Tequila Expo. October 12 - 15 (2 PM - 1 AM) Ave Revolucion / Calle 8 va. Entry fee 100 pesos. Here is the link https://www.facebook.com/expo.tequilatijuana/ Tasting tequila, food, folklore shows.

  11. #14426
    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]

    5 a. When he hands you change, this is a trick they will use. Most gringos' that go in hate getting the change and rarely ever count the coins and most will waive it off as tips. Well, most I have seen the coins add up to almost 20 pesos or more. If your just planning to give a dollar, well you've given him more.
    Another trick related to this one. If you have a dollar and some coins coming, they will cover your change with the dollar. Assuming you will just see the dollar on the tray and tell him to keep the change. You probably believe you tipped just a dollar. And who knows how many coins are under that dollar. You do have to stay alert when dealing with meseros.

  12. #14425
    Just to clarify, you don't incur any ATM fees when making withdrawals from Santander ATMS in Mexico but you do incur fees when withdrawing from other bank atms in Mexico?

    Quote Originally Posted by OnceSailor  [View Original Post]
    I opened a Santander Savings Account. Santander is in the Northeast of the USA But you can open an account online. I do not incur any ATM fees when using it in Mexico and my money is given at / or near the current bank rate. Today it is 18.23 but I withdrew it at 18.08. Haven't tried to get the max out, suppose to be US $400 a transaction, or US $900 a day. Limited to 6 transactions per month, so not for the daily crossovers. Happy with it so far, will report back after I've used it for a few months. (To not incur any fees, you need to maintain a daily balance of US $100.).

  13. #14424

    Meseros in Tijuana. A few tips.

    Yes, going to the bar is easiest. But some I've learned from past experiences.

    1. Always look at their name tag and number so you can identify who is trying to serve you. This makes it easier to point out the guy if something goes left.

    2. Always know the prices of the drinks, I always look at the prices listed at the bar before I sit down and always know what their exchange rate it for example 17 x1.

    3. When handing the money over, make sure that he shows you that he acknowledges the denomination you hand over. This way, he and you both know the exact what you handed over.

    4. When he comes back over with the drinks, make sure he hands you the change at the same time, if he says he will come back, make the gesture of saying ok but I use the two fingers from my eyes to him to say I will be watching.

    5 a. When he hands you change, this is a trick they will use. Most gringos' that go in hate getting the change and rarely ever count the coins and most will waive it off as tips. Well, most I have seen the coins add up to almost 20 pesos or more. If your just planning to give a dollar, well you've given him more.

    5 b. Always count the change in front of him and if it comes up short, put it down on the table. Do not put it in your pocket because now he can say you didn't count and maybe trying to act like an ass.

    Hopes this helps.

  14. #14423

    CS, Fidelity, there are probably other good cards too

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    I really like the CS card; I use it in every country I visit.
    Same thing with the Fidelity card. ATM fees reimbursed and exchange rate is based on XE.com (same as New York Stock exchange uses). The only known downfall of the Fidelity card is they do charge 1% if you use the card at a merchant; I just go to ATM and then pay the merchant in cash.

  15. #14422

    Great post.

    Quote Originally Posted by WombatEd2  [View Original Post]
    If you're a frequent traveler, it might be worthwhile to open a Charles Schwab Checking account. They don't charge international transaction fees, and they reimburse you for any fee charged by the owner of the ATM that you use.

    You can also set it up so that you can easily move money back and forth between your Schwab account and any other American bank account.
    I really like the CS card; I use it in every country I visit.

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