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  1. #7315

    Interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by WindAngel  [View Original Post]
    Currently Mobile Passport is very fast and you can bypass kiosk. Most of the times from plan to luggage area I stop for less than half a minute to scan the Mobile Passport and walked straight thru custom.
    I'll have to try this and compare the two. As of right now, the difference is that Global Entry and Sentry requires the holder to go through screening and cost to apply. The mobile app does not have a fee and no screening. When I flew into both MIA and FLL, I did not need to have my bags screened. I just simply handed CBP the print out and walked right into domestic terminals to connect my domestic travel. Did you have to go through luggage screening? Both were completely different paths, I could see all those not part of the Sentry / Global still picking up their bags and going through the screening. Both times recently, CBP said welcome back and no other questions asked. Only thing, was walk by the dog as I entered the domestic terminals and did not have to go to TSA again. Since it is still a new program, I assume most do not know about it and when masses pick up on this new program I can see it becoming a wait as well in the future.

  2. #7314

    Mobile Passport.

    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    Here is a tip for all you sentry holders traveling international and not just Mexico, You can use your Sentry card and it is part of the Global Entry.
    Currently Mobile Passport is very fast and you can bypass kiosk. Most of the times from plan to luggage area I stop for less than half a minute to scan the Mobile Passport and walked straight thru custom.

  3. #7313

    I'll be more specific.

    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    Shouldn't the title to your post instead read something like:

    "I don't really know if you can if returning back to USA."
    As per my experience traveling from LAX to Cancun(back in 2010), NO, you cannot use it to enter Mexico using the passport card if you are entering Mexico by air. They do not accept this when you land. I had both on me. Traveling back to LAX, I presented my Passport CARD at CBP and I was able to re-enter to USA with no problem but this has now changed and you can no longer do this or I just got lucky that day. Why did I carry both, well my logic was I wanted to carry a ID while partying in Cancun and left my passport book in the hotel safe. Per the quotes I posted, you can enter if you are traveling within those regions as listed on your passport card and only by land and sea ports. To add more, I've recently returned from Colombia and used my sentry card at the kiosk. I still had my passport book with me as well. I entered and no problems. In fact, I just gave the CBP the print out and walked right past him with a "Welcome Back" from him. Here is a tip for all you sentry holders traveling international and not just Mexico, You can use your Sentry card and it is part of the Global Entry. You don't need to fill in those CBP slips on the plane, you can do it at the kiosk. Took no more than 5 min from plane to cbp offiicer.

    https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/apply-renew-passport/card.html

  4. #7312
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomjackin  [View Original Post]
    I would not park there overnight; just my 2 pesos.

    The best tacos are around the corner of Hong Kong; locals love this place!
    Yes I know this tacos place. I'm not really "Mr Clean" but even I have noticed some hygiene problems in this street tacos place. If the local likes it well for them. I mostly eat in the "Sonora Grill" (opposite Adelita) chicken burrito or three chicken tacos with guacamole and Corona beer. Or in "Monte Carlo" next to Adelita ham or chicken sandwich or club sandwich and coke. I've never had a stomach problem after a meal.

  5. #7311
    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    "Officials will always accept a valid USA Passport book or passport card for domestic travel. You can also use your passport book for international travel, but a USA Passport card can only be used as identification if you're returning to the United States from Canada, the Caribbean, Bermuda and Mexico. " It cannot be used to enter via air travel to international countries. To be honest. I've used it while traveling within mexico via air but never from US to Mexico. The airlines accepted it and the mexican customs really didn't bother me when traveling in Mexico domestically.
    Shouldn't the title to your post instead read something like:

    "I don't really know if you can if returning back to USA."

  6. #7310

    You can if returning back to US

    Quote Originally Posted by WowNow  [View Original Post]
    One way to achieve that if you crossing by land is to have the passport card. That way, you don't need the passport book so no worries about the stamping. Will not work if you were flying in.
    "Officials will always accept a valid USA Passport book or passport card for domestic travel. You can also use your passport book for international travel, but a USA Passport card can only be used as identification if you're returning to the United States from Canada, the Caribbean, Bermuda and Mexico. " It cannot be used to enter via air travel to international countries. To be honest. I've used it while traveling within mexico via air but never from US to Mexico. The airlines accepted it and the mexican customs really didn't bother me when traveling in Mexico domestically.

  7. #7309
    Quote Originally Posted by LookslikeLE  [View Original Post]
    Do they always stamp your passport when you go? Is there any way to not get a stamp. Would rather not have to explain the new stamp if I don't have to.
    One way to achieve that if you crossing by land is to have the passport card. That way, you don't need the passport book so no worries about the stamping. Will not work if you were flying in.

  8. #7308

    Quick visit to Tijuana.

    Do they always stamp your passport when you go? Is there any way to not get a stamp. Would rather not have to explain the new stamp if I don't have to.

  9. #7307

    Azul's 2 for 1 dinners.

    Hk posts Azul's coupon, 2 dinners for the price of 1. Their dinners are always $10 according to HK's shifty meseros. So if 2 guys order 2 dinners, each pays $5. I ordered rib eye steaks Mon and Tuesday nights, my wingman breaded shrimp, washed down with HK's 2 free beers, watching pretty, sexy girls and sports on the giant TV screen from the balcony. For a few bucks we were living a decadent life like emperor Nero in Rome hehe.

    HK is the shit to serve 2 ozs of red wine in a globelet and calls that a wine. Its red wine is typical Latin, Mexican, French, Italian, Spanish, light body, slightly sour, like a lemonade. California wines have much better quality and grape content, and will kill them all!

    Azul has taken Cascada's second floor room with the balcony over the alley and refurb it into a nice, clean, classy restaurant while the kitchen is still on the ground floor. The manager confirmed that, with their coupon, all items on their menu is buy one get one free, and their dinners have different and lower prices than the meseros' $10. HK's meseros just skimp off a few bucks with each order. So you can take your sexy HK girls in nice, clean, quiet Azul and have dinners there in a quiet environment, or sit out at the balcony and watch sexy alley girls sell sex hehe.

    Azul has dozens of red and white wine bottles hang on the wall. I asked the manager for his wine list but he did not have one, no prices on the wines either. Knowing Mexican wines are similar to Italian and Spanish wines, diluted, light body, slightly sour, I know he would charge about $16 a bottle, like the Ensenada wines served at Senor Pampas.

    Yes. You can be emperor Nero every night in HK de Tijuana with good food, stiff drinks, lusty music, and of course dozens pretty, horny girls whom you can kiss, grope, lick, suck and fuck. Hehe.

    RE. JabberWock.

    Meal sounds great, except for the 2 oz of wine. A regular glass is at least 5 ozs. What did the meal set you back?

  10. #7306

    The low talents.

    I cannot put a cause to the drop in HK talents this weekend. Usually Sunday and Monday nights still have a few hot ones that you want to fuck.

    It may be the cold and supposedly rainy weather, and the hot, popular chicas just decide to stay home to have their bird brains fucked out by their useless padrotes. Hehe.

  11. #7305

    Krystal.

    There were not so many hot girls in HK last weekend. I saw Krystal walk with 2 other friends toward the Miami room, then she disappeared.

    After a while not seeing better alternatives, I wanted Krystal but could not find her. I am sure I can persuade her for a substantial discount, being her old flame hehe. She's nice, sweet and sexy, with one of the prettiest Spanish faces and most beautiful bodies anywhere, supple but spongy with perfect soft, creamy light skin. She like doggie and will whimper hehe.

    I always introduce the new guys to her for the sweetest and most sensuous sessions with Krystal.

  12. #7304
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Spent Sunday and Monday night in HK, drinking, eating, watching sports with a bro from the second floor balcony. It was a lot of fun.

    I ordered Azul's rib eye steak with their 2 for 1 dinner coupon. The steak was 12 ozs. I ordered rare and they did it to medium well this time. HK's mesero brought it in with a full plate of baked potato, toast, grilled zichini, guacamole etc. HK's red wine was about 2 ozs, light, not with good body like California wine. This is a very good value and a nice treat to your chicas as they are usually hungry, and will reward you back with the hottest, sweetest sessions in ....

    Even with fewer girls and not many top tiered, HK is still far more fun and exciting to hang out in.
    Meal sounds great, except for the 2 ozs of wine. A regular glass is at least 5 ozs. What did the meal set you back?

  13. #7303
    Quote Originally Posted by JabberWock  [View Original Post]
    Is it a taco stand or a place? Which corner?
    One of the most popular stands in Tijuana. When you exit HK on Coahuila (not the alley), turn left and it is on the corner on Ninos Heroes.

    Also, there is a taco stand next to Bar Gloria that has great spicy shrimp tacos. These stands are not to be missed!

  14. #7302
    It is weird but I can not bring myself to go upstairs with a former alley chica in HK, because I just feel weird paying triple the rate. BTW, what did the Rib Eye cost?

  15. #7301
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Unfortunately the talents were low compared to weekends. The number of guys and girls were probably less than half normal Firday and Sat nights. Pasha was stripping on Sunday, went upstairs a few time.

    Even with fewer girls and not many top tiered, HK is still far more fun and exciting to hang out in.
    Do you think it was less busy due to it being Valentines Day weekend? Hopefully it'll be back in full this weekend.

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