A late-night, solo trip to Tijuana's Hong Kong Club in the Zona Norte

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I have seen teens and kids walk around there and no one kicks them out or gets them a long glance. That's what I enjoy about TJ, let and let live mindset. I feel drugs and p4p should be a freedom everyone should enjoy in all of North America but Americans have a stupid puritan mindset that may never change.

I try to avoid So Cal in summer, there is something about that intense UV laden sunshine. This northwest person is not adjusted well to it so I travel off peak season.

Tj reminds me of the small cities in China where I am from. It's the same atmosphere except the RLD is completely in the open. I just can't get enough of the soul that city offers.
 
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thanks boyz for the intel. I haven't been to Tijuana before.. i guess I'm gonna have to go!! Sounds fun. When these girls are doing FS.. do they give BBBJ? or covered?

Also.. can you have a cervesa in this place.. or is there no booze? Sounds like you are drinking a lotta cokes.

Note to self... do not bring the GF LoL.


There is LOTS of cerveza there, but I don't drink either, and I was especially focused on keeping my wits about me as I investigated this wonderland for my first time.

(I just... can't say enough about how very easy the whole thing was... and IF there will evolve to be a widely-disliked hang-up about the whole path from, say, San Diego to San Diego... it will be border lines from Mexico to the U.S.

Luckily for us, returning in the middle of the night is as good a time as any)


*** and mind you, the Coke's primary appeal is that it was familiar AND it had an important seal. (and I'm not talking about the UPC or anything else on the side of the can)


Inasmuch as the internet has made pooning generally more convenient all around, some still long for those long-ago nights at Richards and Helmcken in central Van., where the ladies were turned-out so impressively in vast numbers, every night of the week. This setting in the Tijuana strip clubs brings back some aspect of that group setting, yet with uniform-ish pricing and none of the upselling which was so central to street commerce back then on the high tracks of downtown Vancouver.

While some prefer to have lots of data and details about the ladies, and time to sort and sift through the pictures at home, others like the spontaneous appeal of groups of women who are each providing, and who are all available right then and there. The Tijuana strip clubs make for a less-pressure-filled smorgasbord of options and opportunities than did some of those chance encounters out there on Helmcken late at night.

The point is that it is an affordable vacation right down the coast where once you've worked-out airfare and lodging, the additional expenses of the women are well within the scope of most here. Not only that, but you can go at it 24/7 if you are up to the task.
 

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The only downside with going to Mexico, is leaving Mexico. Having gone over 40 times myself, leaving sucks, because in Canada there are way too many useless rules, things cost 10 times more, and it isn't nearly as fun. For the price of one hour with a Vancouver SP, you can spend three glorious days with a Mexican lady who is so much fun you will swear you died and went to heaven! They generally don't have ridiculous restrictions either, and are low maintenance.
Go, have fun, but be aware that when you go home, your going to get severe withdrawal symptoms of Mexico.
 

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Exactly , I go about every 6 months and each time I get off the plane and arrive back home at the airport I get quite depressed. I than quickly buy another ticket and count the months till I go again.

I am actually planning on retiring in El Paso, which is next to Mexico.
 
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I am actually planning on retiring in El Paso, which is next to Mexico.

El Paso life is far from the lush greenery we know around here.

But IF you've done your research, and can anticipate a safe, buyer's market for years to follow, in Juarez, then you have my blessing.

Though I suspect that the hardscrabble existence of El Paso and surrounds will wear on you before very long.
 

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Exactly , I go about every 6 months and each time I get off the plane and arrive back home at the airport I get quite depressed. I than quickly buy another ticket and count the months till I go again.

I am actually planning on retiring in El Paso, which is next to Mexico.
A friend of mine retired in Las Cruces NM, just up the street from El Paso and he loves it down there.
 

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I have been to El Paso and Las Cruces, NM. The deal breaker for LC is New Mexico taxes social security and pension while Texas does not. To be fair Texas has one of the highest property taxes in the country. However that would not be that bad for me as all is need is a 900 sq feet home.
 

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El Paso life is far from the lush greenery we know around here.

But IF you've done your research, and can anticipate a safe, buyer's market for years to follow, in Juarez, then you have my blessing.

Though I suspect that the hardscrabble existence of El Paso and surrounds will wear on you before very long.


Its barren rocks in that area and I am ok with that. Tradeoff is a decent place for under 150k and easy access to a big Mexican city with all its pluses. San Diego and So Cal are way too expensive.
 
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