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  1. #7299

    HK Presidents' day weekend.

    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 bed.

    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. Krystal with her beautiful body, pretty Spanish face and her slutty smiles, was working both nights, but she disappeared quickly, could not find her again.

    Tipped a girl dancing on the bar and felt her boobs. They were soft and mushy. She has a perfect body with light, smooth, unblemished skin, but her face was ordinary, not pretty. I went around the bar again and again, not finding any girl, so came back to propositioned her. Took her to the room. Her boobs were droopy with dark and large areolas. I was sucking on them while fingering her clit which made her horny, moaning. Her pussy was wet and loose. The alcohol dulled my nerves. It took a long BJ for me to get a hard on. We had a long session and she did not rush. I did not feel much and had not much passion. Took a lot of work to come. Was exhausted at the end and fell asleep a couple hours.

    Even with fewer girls and not many top tiered, HK is still far more fun and exciting to hang out in.

  2. #7298
    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!
    Is it a taco stand or a place? Which corner?

  3. #7297
    The chula Vista motel 6 has a full time guard protecting the cars. San diego and LA have huge car break in issues compared to the east coast from my experience. San Diego is like a zombie movie of roaming homeless crack heads. I saw 2 separate homeless guys drop crack pipes in the same day last week. 1 in starbucks watched another 1 steal a bag on the beach. Police do not care if you call 911 they tell you to file a report online. They won't even come. My point? The car needs to have everything in the trunk. I was watched when putting a school bag in my SUV back area under a blanket. I knowing was watched because they broke that window in the middle of the day and took nothing else. The car rental guys at the airport said 2 cars a day come back with broken windows. If you are from a normal police heavy area of the country you can be quite shocked at the anything goes attitude in California. A t-shirt. Or dime in your back seat is reason enough to pop your window. They do it with a spark plug takes 2 seconds and if caught the jail time is nothing.

  4. #7296
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I never parked all night. I always park from 7 PM or 8 PM to around 130 AM and never had a problem. Parking lots looks safe, are well-lit and have security cameras. Just in case do not leave anything of value in the car. After visiting the Zona Norte visit this famous place "Tacos El Gordo" open everyday until 2 AM but on Fridays and Saturdays open until 4 AM. The location next to the "H Street" trolley station in Chula Vista.
    I would not park there overnight; just my 2 pesos.

    The best tacos are around the corner of Hong Kong; locals love this place!
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  5. #7295
    Quote Originally Posted by JudeBright  [View Original Post]
    This is a great tip. I was thinking about this. Is it safe to park over night?

    Thank you so much.

    Jb.
    I never parked all night. I always park from 7 PM or 8 PM to around 130 AM and never had a problem. Parking lots looks safe, are well-lit and have security cameras. Just in case do not leave anything of value in the car. After visiting the Zona Norte visit this famous place "Tacos El Gordo" open everyday until 2 AM but on Fridays and Saturdays open until 4 AM. The location next to the "H Street" trolley station in Chula Vista.

  6. #7294
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    The cheaper way: park auto on the trolley parking lot. You can park free at trolley stations along the blue line from 8th Street station to Beyer Blvd station. (station: 8th Street, 24th Street, E Street, H Street, Palomar St, Palm Ave, Iris Ave and Beyer Blvd stations) (important: Max parking time 24 hrs) and take trolley to San Ysidro (one way ticket price $ 2. 50 or for seniors over 60, medicare, disabled $ 1. 25). After visiting Tijuana, Zona Norte or Zona Rio, take a trolley back to your car. Last trolley from San Ysidro to downtown San Diego 1258 AM sharp next trolley after 4 AM. If you come back after 1258 AM, take a taxi or Uber to your car. In this case, Beyer Blvd. Station parking is the nearest to the border. And so the cost of parking will be only $ 5 or $ 2. 50 for seniors for 24 hours. What do you think about it? I always park in this way.
    This is a great tip. I was thinking about this. Is it safe to park over night?

    Thank you so much.

    Jb.

  7. #7293
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodSense3  [View Original Post]
    What is time difference of taxis going from San Isidro border to HK and from Otay mesa border to HK? Also what's difference of crossing either border? Is 1 more convenient?
    San Ysidro crossing is easy. Example: last Saturday 8 PM. From trolley walk 5 min to the border, 5 minutes of formalities with visa at the border, then 5 min walk to Tijuana taxi and 10 min taxi ride to Hong Kong cost $ 5. Total 25 min and $ 5 one way.

    I don't know crossing in Otay Mesa.

  8. #7292
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodSense3  [View Original Post]
    I've only parked by jack-in box which is like $8 for 12 hrs or $16 day. Is there any cheaper parking within 10 minutes of SY border as I can take a uber to border from where I park if parking area is not super close to border like jack-in-box spot.
    The cheaper way: park auto on the trolley parking lot. You can park free at trolley stations along the blue line from 8th Street station to Beyer Blvd station. (station: 8th Street, 24th Street, E Street, H Street, Palomar St, Palm Ave, Iris Ave and Beyer Blvd stations) (important: Max parking time 24 hrs) and take trolley to San Ysidro (one way ticket price $ 2. 50 or for seniors over 60, medicare, disabled $ 1. 25). After visiting Tijuana, Zona Norte or Zona Rio, take a trolley back to your car. Last trolley from San Ysidro to downtown San Diego 1258 AM sharp next trolley after 4 AM. If you come back after 1258 AM, take a taxi or Uber to your car. In this case, Beyer Blvd. Station parking is the nearest to the border. And so the cost of parking will be only $ 5 or $ 2. 50 for seniors for 24 hours. What do you think about it? I always park in this way.

  9. #7291
    Quote Originally Posted by SwFun4  [View Original Post]
    What are their typical exchange rates?

    I have read below the clubs run on about a 17:1 and right now the market is at 18.5:1.

    Watching this relatively close as my trip is coming up soon and looking for the best options.
    I can't give exact figures since all cambios change almost by the minute. But I can say it's probably the second best after the one just next to the highway on ramp by Ped East.

  10. #7290
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodSense3  [View Original Post]
    I've only parked by jack-in box which is like $8 for 12 hrs or $16 day. Is there any cheaper parking within 10 minutes of SY border as I can take a uber to border from where I park if parking area is not super close to border like jack-in-box spot.
    If you are talking about the parking lot behind jack-in-box. It is 8 buck for 8 hours, 24 for 24 hours on the week days. The weekend rate went up to 12 bucks for 8 hours.
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  11. #7289
    Quote Originally Posted by LongDonSilva  [View Original Post]
    This is also one of the better places to change dollars for pesos.
    What are their typical exchange rates?

    I have read below the clubs run on about a 17:1 and right now the market is at 18.5:1.

    Watching this relatively close as my trip is coming up soon and looking for the best options.

  12. #7288
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodSense3  [View Original Post]
    I've only parked by jack-in box which is like $8 for 12 hrs or $16 day. Is there any cheaper parking within 10 minutes of SY border as I can take a uber to border from where I park if parking area is not super close to border like jack-in-box spot.
    If you turn right after getting off the highway, there is a drive through cambio just before the outlet stores on the left side of the road with a tall sign that says "Mexican Insurance". When I was parking two plus years ago, it was eight dollars for overnight, out by 8 AM. Pull up to the drive through window and tell them you want to pay for parking. This is also one of the better places to change dollars for pesos.

  13. #7287

    Where is best and lowest price place to park at San Ysidro border.

    I've only parked by jack-in box which is like $8 for 12 hrs or $16 day. Is there any cheaper parking within 10 minutes of SY border as I can take a uber to border from where I park if parking area is not super close to border like jack-in-box spot.

  14. #7286
    Quote Originally Posted by Tinny2000  [View Original Post]
    I do not know how much they earn.

    But from the following sources, it seems they should earn much more than what you said.

    1. The average Mexican household consists of 3.8 members, earns $843 a month and is headed by a person just shy of 50 years old, according to the 2014 National Survey of Household Income and Expenditure.

    2. Money, while it cannot buy happiness, is an important means to achieving higher living standards. In Mexico, the average household net-adjusted disposable income per capita is USD 13 891 a year, considerably lower than the OECD average of USD 30 563 a year. There is a considerable gap between the richest and poorest the top 20% of the population nearly fourteen times as much as the bottom 20%.

    From OECD better life index.
    From my limited time in Tijuana with a friend and her friends. I could not keep up with them financially in terms of spending money. When out. They ordered food and drinks way beyond what my cheap American family and friends do. They also were constantly going away on weekends or for a week. I suppose they were all above middle class but I felt poor being the American that couldn't keep up with the fine dinning. Weekend getaways.

  15. #7285

    Otay Mesa vs San Ysidro Crossing.

    What is time difference of taxis going from San Isidro border to HK and from Otay mesa border to HK? Also what's difference of crossing either border? Is 1 more convenient?

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