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A new asian guy here who's thinking about planning future trips to HK tijuana.

Here for the info and knowledge.  Thanks for having me, can anyone weigh on how Asian guys fair in HK?  For an example, price, etc....

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6 minutes ago, AsianDood said:

For an example, price, etc....

Price is the same for  for every color!

Just hold your ground on $80 for an arriba and don't OVERPAY!

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ChicagoBob

I just hosted a former Nevada brothel Asian amigo on his first trip to TJ.  He had a blast!   Good advice above - don't overpay.  The chicas will love you!    Welcome!  

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Mexicans base things on race and skin color. Mexicans like other Mexicans and stay with their own kind and Mexican women are attracted to Mexican men. Period end of story. I have heard so many 20 and 30 something guys  talk about themselves saying he has a  32 inch waist, drinks wheat germ oil for lunch, works out everyday, and dresses nice, and sends his TJ whore girlfriend thousands of dollars by wester junior when she was back home in Xiachixiplacan, Sinnalowa complain how his TJ whore "girlfriend's" real Mexican boyfriend is a fat, sweaty, lazy, hog, alcoholic and she likes the real Mexican boyfriend better than she likes him. Do any of you guys remember when the escorts would have race disclaimers on their profiles that they would not go with black guys or Asians or both? 

Your hierarchy of who donates the most is listed below. It goes from least to most. 

1. Mexicans-Least

2. Whites (includes Arabs) Yes they are considered white. 

3. Asians 

4. Blacks 

5. Aboriginals 

6. Guys from India that wear turbans-Most 

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3 hours ago, AsianDood said:

A new asian guy here who's thinking about planning future trips to HK tijuana.

Here for the info and knowledge.  Thanks for having me, can anyone weigh on how Asian guys fair in HK?  For an example, price, etc....

Welcome!  Let's just say that the bar girls love Asian guys.  The last time relayed what multiple BGs have told me on this (including HK ATF #4 just yesterday!), I was suspended for a few days.  I'll let you guess what the stereotype is.

Having hinted at that, I will say that it is of course not universally true as I have several Asian friends who bely it.

During the first several months of the China Virus, the girls were generally afraid of Asians because of course they thought all Asians had the virus.  I think this has pretty much gone away.

Just go and enjoy yourself!  Read the newcomer guides:

 

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Read up the various threads here so you'll be able to go in with an idea of how it works. 

My top tips on going to TJ for the first time:

1. Don't bother with pesos.  You'll get ripped off with the change more than you can imagine.  Dollars are fine.

2. Speaking of dollars, have exact change.  If you negotiate $80 downstairs and then expect her to give you 20 back from a $100, :crying:  Same goes for taxis, tacos, everything.  Bring $20 bills, $5 bills, and a handful of ones.

3. You don't need Spanish to get what you want nor do you need someone to "help" you.  Avoid the English speaking "friends" that approach you on the street.  That said, it's good to learn a few Spanish words.  We have a Spanish section on here to point you in the right direction for a few phrases.

4. Download Whatsapp for your phone and Google Translate.  With Translate, make sure you download the Spanish dictionary for offline use.

5. Don't get too drunk!

All that said, there is not really anything that can prepare you for the first time you part those magical velvet curtains and enter HK. 

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2 minutes ago, Reuben said:

Read up the various threads here so you'll be able to go in with an idea of how it works. 

My top tips on going to TJ for the first time:

1. Don't bother with pesos.  You'll get ripped off with the change more than you can imagine.  Dollars are fine.

2. Speaking of dollars, have exact change.  If you negotiate $80 downstairs and then expect her to give you 20 back from a $100, :crying:  Same goes for taxis, tacos, everything.  Bring $20 bills, $5 bills, and a handful of ones.

3. You don't need Spanish to get what you want nor do you need someone to "help" you.  Avoid the English speaking "friends" that approach you on the street.  That said, it's good to learn a few Spanish words.  We have a Spanish section on here to point you in the right direction for a few phrases.

4. Download Whatsapp for your phone and Google Translate.  With Translate, make sure you download the Spanish dictionary for offline use.

5. Don't get too drunk!

All that said, there is not really anything that can prepare you for the first time you part those magical velvet curtains and enter HK. 

Agreed. A lot of newbies do the right thing - get full information on the board - and then expect to follow the rules to a tee. A lot of things you'll read up on aren't advisable for first-time trips, such as the peso situation, the uber situation, etc. You'll read lots of different opinions and all are valid. R

* Remembering my first times, I'd mirror Reuben and say don't worry about trying to do business in pesos. Unless you're really good at head math and remembering rates for different clubs and street girl scenes, a first trip should be simple as remembering $20-30 for a street girl and $70-100 for a bar girl. 

* Same for transportation. When initially crossing the border, in my opinion just hail a taxi to Hong Kong and verify $5 before getting in the car. Once you've gotten to the clubs, then feel free to use Uber to go around town or to get back to the border, but when initially walking across the border just make life simple and take the $5 taxi. 

* Have a couple of 5's for taxis and street food. Start with some $1's because you'll tip dollars here and there or use them for street food. Once you buy drinks, you'll get plenty more $1's in change. 

* If you pay for a drink with anything bigger than a $5, make sure your waiter acknowledges what bill you gave him (they'll normally hold your 10 or 20 up to verify it with you when you give it to them). 

* Most importantly, know what is fun to you and don't do something different just because you read it on here. I have a wingman who likes to get a girl and then stay with her the rest of the trip. I have another wingman who likes to get as many different girls as possible. Do whatever is fun to you and don't worry about what people will think about your trip report that you most definitely should post here after your trip.

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Sargon

You can always get $1 bills for a $20 bill from any mesero in La Zona.  Realize this and make sure you always have some.

Use Uber.

Use the HK limo.  $1 each way

Fuck often.

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49 minutes ago, Sargon said:

You can always get $1 bills for a $20 bill from any mesero in La Zona.  Realize this and make sure you always have some.

Yep. If getting change in HK, I prefer to go to a bartender and have them swap my 20 for $1's. It gets done right away instead of waiting for a waiter to do it and bring it back to you. There are a lot of bartenders in HK ... go to any of them other than the main bartenders at the huge bar in the main room. I typically tip $1 for their service (so a $20 bill will end up being 19 $1's)

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Thanks for advices much appreciated.

I don't live in southern Cali and live a few states away.  Was thinking of flying to San Diego and take the shuttle/limo from the airport to the border, cross the border, then take shuttle/limo directly to HK.

I was thinking of staying 5-7 days in the cascades and just spend the week there.  Most likely sticking to just HK as a first timer.

Not sure when it will happen but been aiming to make it happen.

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36 minutes ago, AsianDood said:

Thanks for advices much appreciated.

I don't live in southern Cali and live a few states away.  Was thinking of flying to San Diego and take the shuttle/limo from the airport to the border, cross the border, then take shuttle/limo directly to HK.

I was thinking of staying 5-7 days in the cascades and just spend the week there.  Most likely sticking to just HK as a first timer.

Not sure when it will happen but been aiming to make it happen.

Cool.  I hope you have a great time.  However, if you plan on staying for 5-7 days, I would recommend breaking it up, and staying a couple days at the Ticuan (or some other hotel away form the Zona).  That way, you can explore Revolution and get your mind away from the Zona 24/7.

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2 hours ago, AsianDood said:

Thanks for advices much appreciated.

I don't live in southern Cali and live a few states away.  Was thinking of flying to San Diego and take the shuttle/limo from the airport to the border, cross the border, then take shuttle/limo directly to HK.

I was thinking of staying 5-7 days in the cascades and just spend the week there.  Most likely sticking to just HK as a first timer.

Not sure when it will happen but been aiming to make it happen.

Which shuttle/limo were you thinking of using from the San Diego airport to the border?

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Save yourself some money and take public transportation.  Bus #992 picks you up right at baggage claim. It goes downtown SD to the Blue Line which goes right to the border.   Geezer rate is $1.25 (full rate is $2.50).  It runs all day - every few minutes.   Easy-peasy! 

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1 hour ago, ChicagoBob said:

Save yourself some money and take public transportation.  Bus #992 picks you up right at baggage claim. It goes downtown SD to the Blue Line which goes right to the border.   Geezer rate is $1.25 (full rate is $2.50).  It runs all day - every few minutes.   Easy-peasy! 

Or if you're in a hurry, Uber or Lyft is usually about $33 + tip from the airport to the border.

 

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9 hours ago, shawnmj said:

Which shuttle/limo were you thinking of using from the San Diego airport to the border?

I was thinking of using what's provided by HK.  I think their site listed their own transportation.

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30 minutes ago, AsianDood said:

I was thinking of using what's provided by HK.  I think their site listed their own transportation.

I think that shuttle takes you from the border (Mexico side) to HK.  Saves you 5 bucks.  That free shuttle does not take you from the San Diego airport to HK.

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10 hours ago, AsianDood said:

I was thinking of using what's provided by HK.  I think their site listed their own transportation.

That's what I thought you were gonna say. The HK Express will not worth your dollars from the airport to the border. As a solo rider, you will pay way more than you would with an uber. If you have Uber/Lyft and aren't interested in taking the bus to the trolley to the border (which I've never done myself because who has the time!), I'd go the Uber/Lyft route.

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Their site does list their transport options from the airport. It's confusing. It shows for parties fewer than 5 people to be $30/hour. But then it states a "non-stop" trip to be $150. So, for your $30/hr are they circling the airport for hours, like the LAX shuttles of days gone by? Or what? :dunno: Regardless, as with everything HK, you'll pay way above market rate for quite possibly mediocre value.

 

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2 hours ago, PhordPhan said:

Their site does list their transport options from the airport. It's confusing. It shows for parties fewer than 5 people to be $30/hour. But then it states a "non-stop" trip to be $150. So, for your $30/hr are they circling the airport for hours, like the LAX shuttles of days gone by? Or what? :dunno: Regardless, as with everything HK, you'll pay way above market rate for quite possibly mediocre value.

 

Non-stop trips mean it will pick you up in San Diego and drop you off in front of HK. The other services pick you up in San Diego and drop you off at San Ysidro border. 

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On 11/3/2020 at 1:04 PM, AsianDood said:

A new asian guy here who's thinking about planning future trips to HK tijuana.

Here for the info and knowledge.  Thanks for having me, can anyone weigh on how Asian guys fair in HK?  For an example, price, etc....

Just so you know Asian guys like to go with the sexiest girls in my measure.  They compete with me and unfortunately I see them they are elected most times.  My feeling is they pay premium amount to my liking. Ask an Asian dude here called HoCheemenh, he knows.  You are called a "Chino" there, not "Asian"   This whole response is assuming you are not the Asian from the Indian subcontinent.  If you are Indian, Pakistani or from that area, I believe they call you "Hindu"  at least I heard it a few times, not totally sure.  The general name for outsiders there is "gringo" regardless what racial heritage you have.

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On 11/3/2020 at 3:21 PM, Moose said:

Mexicans base things on race and skin color. Mexicans like other Mexicans and stay with their own kind and Mexican women are attracted to Mexican men. Period end of story. I have heard so many 20 and 30 something guys  talk about themselves saying he has a  32 inch waist, drinks wheat germ oil for lunch, works out everyday, and dresses nice, and sends his TJ whore girlfriend thousands of dollars by wester junior when she was back home in Xiachixiplacan, Sinnalowa complain how his TJ whore "girlfriend's" real Mexican boyfriend is a fat, sweaty, lazy, hog, alcoholic and she likes the real Mexican boyfriend better than she likes him. Do any of you guys remember when the escorts would have race disclaimers on their profiles that they would not go with black guys or Asians or both? 

Your hierarchy of who donates the most is listed below. It goes from least to most. 

1. Mexicans-Least

2. Whites (includes Arabs) Yes they are considered white. 

3. Asians 

4. Blacks 

5. Aboriginals 

6. Guys from India that wear turbans-Most 

loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool.  Really, no wonder.  I am avoiding that Turban of mine from here on.  Got to stop going there looking like this guy.

Unfortunately the girls believe this stereotype that every black dude is huge, but who am I to comment against that other than question the sincerity. They should know better than me about this.  They believe the reverse about Asians.

turben.jpg

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