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  1. Bbond
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    Originally Posted by Cienega32
    Has there been any significant changes since 'we' lost Efrain?
    Not really, pretty much the same. Just no Efrain.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  2. RajTheKing
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    Newbie info

    Hi,

    This will be my first trip to Juarez. I tried searching all posts on this board bit could not find all the info in one place. I need some basic info, so please help.

    1. Which hotel is better-Manport or Villa manport? Which is closer to all the massage parlours? Where do I make a reservation? Do the hotels have any website? Can I take a cab or can I walk to them?

    2. The main massage parlours are.LUXXOR, SIRENAS, GENESIS. Where can I get all their addresses? Which is the closest to the hotels or to the border? And what do I tell the cab drivers if I want to go these places to avoid being ripped off?

    3. LUXXOR owners say they will pick you up at the border if you call them in advance. How reliable is this? They said they will also help with hotel accomodations? Should you go with this?

    4. The main strip clubs are- PINK LADY, CEASAR'S PLACE. Are there any other worth visiting strip clubs or massage parlours?

    5. Is it easy using bus services in Juarez? What is the Elpaso bus trolley service. It starts off in elpaso every one hour. Is it a good way to reach Juarez?

    6. If there any trip reports with info, please post it. I tried looking under reports of distinction under Juarez, but it is not as comprehensive as that of other mexican cities like Nogales.

    Thanks for the help. I will post a detailed trip report after I come back.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  3. Coyote79
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    I can partially answer some of your questions.

    Originally Posted by RajTheKing
    Hi,

    This will be my first trip to Juarez. I tried searching all posts on this board bit could not find all the info in one place. I need some basic info, so please help.

    1. Which hotel is better-Manport or Villa manport? Which is closer to all the massage parlours? Where do I make a reservation? Do the hotels have any website? Can I take a cab or can I walk to them?
    Villa Manport doesn't need a reservation. It's about a 40 minute walk from either bridge.

    2. The main massage parlours are.LUXXOR, SIRENAS, GENESIS. Where can I get all their addresses? Which is the closest to the hotels or to the border? And what do I tell the cab drivers if I want to go these places to avoid being ripped off?
    If I was from out-of-town I'd stay at the Holiday Inn in downtown El Paso. . .cabs cost too much crossing the border--walk accross, then tell the Juarez cabbie to go to a stop near the MP. Sirenas is near Villa Manport, and Genesis is near Hospital General.

    I don't know of any MP address listing. You can try Mug's site, Ladies of Juarez, or search the forum for cross streets.

    Myself I bought a Mapsoco Street Guide to Juarez at Walgreens.
    3. LUXXOR owners say they will pick you up at the border if you call them in advance. How reliable is this? They said they will also help with hotel accomodations? Should you go with this?

    4. The main strip clubs are- PINK LADY, CEASAR'S PLACE. Are there any other worth visiting strip clubs or massage parlours?

    5. Is it easy using bus services in Juarez? What is the Elpaso bus trolley service. It starts off in elpaso every one hour. Is it a good way to reach Juarez?
    I don't use the bus service in Juarez. They don't even have a schedule. But other mongers love it. The "trolley" is slow and doesn't run very often.

    6. If there any trip reports with info, please post it. I tried looking under reports of distinction under Juarez, but it is not as comprehensive as that of other mexican cities like Nogales.

    Thanks for the help. I will post a detailed trip report after I come back.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  4. Cienega32
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    Originally Posted by RajTheKing
    5. Is it easy using bus services in Juarez? What is the Elpaso bus trolley service. It starts off in elpaso every one hour. Is it a good way to reach Juarez?
    I took the trolley thru Juarez once. Bear in mind that they give you a wrist band when you board. To me that would imply that the head count is important at the end of the day. While you can get off one and on another hours later, I don't know how not coming back by the last run would play out. It's an interesting run, from a tourist perspective, but it can also put you in the general area of some things. Like Coyote79 said - it can be a slow trek.

    It took me awhile before I tried the bus system but after reading here how painless it was, I gave it a shot. It is painless and pretty cool, if you want a taste of the city and its people.

    The one that I've taken to Villa Manport on Escobar is 'Ruta Circunvalacion'. You can ask to be let out anywhere so no worries if you see the hotel pass by. Sirena's, El Encanto and another one that I forget are in the area as wel as a great steak house. 8 blocks or so down Escobar are more things.

    This is a good map/reference link:

    http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=31.743...17&l=0&m=a&v=2
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  5. RajTheKing
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    Hotels

    Hi,

    I am planning at one of these hotels- villa manport / hotel impala /manport.
    Which is the best choice? I heard Villa Manport is not maintined properly nowadays. I have seen no reviews of Hotel Impala.

    Also where are Pink Lady and Ceasar' place -close to what cross streets?

    Thanx.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  6. My_Freedom
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    Passports/2008

    I have no idea how true this is, but, one of my co-workers said that he visited a post office the other day and was told that unofficially, this requirement for a passport by Jan. 30, 2008, to cross back into the U.S. from Mexico has been moved up to September, 2008. Again, amigos, I cannot verify this, but this co-worker of mine is normally pretty reliable. We'll see.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  7. Cienega32
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    Originally Posted by Meat Loaf
    I stand corrected Cienega. Mariscal has changed dramatically in 1-year. Nonetheless, I glad "I Love Chicas" found some usefulness in my "Behind the Cathedral," "Ladies Bars of Cd. Juarez," and Massage Parlors.

    Thanks for the clarification Cienega 32 as you have presented solid evidence via your pictures. What are they going to do to the famous Mariscal area?
    Well, I don't have a problem pointing out when someone is wrong and I also don't have a problem coming back and stating that I'm wrong either...

    I decided to take the long way around - down Ave Juarez to Septembre - for the first time in many months. Valentino's is gone/closed/changed hands and the hotel next door to it is open again. First time I've seen 3 or 4 chicas in that doorway in a few years. Same with another one a block or so north - might be the one you mentioned with the long stairway - a couple of chicas, these obviously working, in the doorway.

    It must be like the tides on that block but, at any rate, I stand corrected, at this time, on Ave Juarez, as far as finding some door-chicas there. Not a gaggle of them but a few. 2 here, 3 there, etc.

    However, even with the return of that scenerio (or at least me noticing it), those Mariscal bars still haven't been rebuilt...
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    Between Los Palmeras and Ano Nuevo I decided that I am very, very tired of watching large, fat broads dancing. It used to be fun - it used to be funny but now it's getting to be way too much to handle anymore. Naked women dancing on a stage should not have bigger beer-bellies than me.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  8. Meat_Loaf
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    Chubby Chasin'

    Originally Posted by Cienega32
    Between Los Palmeras and Ano Nuevo I decided that I am very, very tired of watching large, fat broads dancing. It used to be fun - it used to be funny but now it's getting to be way too much to handle anymore. Naked women dancing on a stage should not have bigger beer-bellies than me.
    Agreed. Chubby-chasin' is fun 'cause they're soft and usually have good BJ skills, but once you get into the bed all the work is on you. Trying to move all that weight around; forget about flexibility. It's more of you asking "can yuo roll over," "can you get doggystyle." I mean, if I wanted to lift weights I'd go to the two gyms on Mariscal, but they're probably torn down too.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  9. Bbond
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    Originally Posted by RajTheKing
    Hi,
    I am planning at one of these hotels- villa manport / hotel impala /manport.
    Which is the best choice? I heard Villa Manport is not maintined properly nowadays. I have seen no reviews of Hotel Impala.
    Also where are Pink Lady and Ceasar' place -close to what cross streets?
    Thanx.
    I have stayed in the Manport, Altamiriano and 16 de Septembre, and Villa Manport, Hermanos Escobar and Calle Panama. Both are pretty basic, no frills type places.

    Pink Lady is south of the Manport on Altamiriano, a few blocks past the S-Mart grocery store.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  10. Clydesdale
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    Originally Posted by RajTheKing
    Hi,

    I am planning at one of these hotels- villa manport / hotel impala /manport.
    Which is the best choice? I heard Villa Manport is not maintined properly nowadays. I have seen no reviews of Hotel Impala.

    Also where are Pink Lady and Ceasar' place -close to what cross streets?

    Thanx.
    Hotel Impala has small but nice rooms and secure parking. I like it better than the Manport even though it isn't right next to the MPs.

    Cesar's is on Bolivia near Mejia. Best to go north on Bolivia from 16 de Septiembre - it's a one way street.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  11. Gntlman_Mongr
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    Tumbalo

    I went down to Juarez last weekend “Labor Day” after reading by Palamides and Meat Loaf about a bar on Avenidas Americas called Tumbalo. On Fri. night I ran into RearWindow at the Casa Colorado and told him about it and that I was going to check it out Sat. night.

    As we ran around a little bit together. I remembered this was the traditional weekend for the returning students from UTEP and NM State to visit Juarez and get shit faced. I have seen some interesting things in years past but as we wandered around we noticed it was pretty tame so we left.

    Sat. night I hooked up with RearWindow and a friend of his, at the Pink Lady. They had ladies they were spending time with but I did not see anything to my liking. I think that we decided to cruse some of the other bars and his friend took off but we returned to the Pink Lady. I asked about visiting Tumbalo but the guys weren't really keen on it but it was sill early. I still did not see anything to my liking except one little thing that was occupied. RearWindow said no she wasn't and went over and invited her over for me. She was gorgeous I think she said her name was Marlene. I told her about a Salsa Bar over on Avenidas America she told me it was her favorite bar. So I asked her if she knew how to salsa and she said she did so I said my good buys paid the bar fine and we were off to Tumbalo. It was great we danced our asses off. It is a great place. Afterwards we went to the Fiesta Hotel a few blocks away for the night. She screwed my brains out ordered room service at three in the morning and then screwed my brains out again. I was walking very funny the next day and it wasn't just from all the dancing. She gave me her name and phone # so we can go straight to the dancing in the future without paying the bar fine.

    Thanks, Palamides and Meat Loaf for the heads up.

    Gntlman Mongr
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  12. Bbond
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    Originally Posted by My Freedom
    I have no idea how true this is, but, one of my co-workers said that he visited a post office the other day and was told that unofficially, this requirement for a passport by Jan. 30, 2008, to cross back into the U.S. from Mexico has been moved up to September, 2008. Again, amigos, I cannot verify this, but this co-worker of mine is normally pretty reliable. We'll see.
    They pushed back the dates on entering by air too, but you must have proof you applied a passport. So maybe this will happen to for entering by land.
    US Government, who knows for sure what they will come up with due to the sever backlog with passport applications.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  13. Meat_Loaf
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    Originally Posted by Gntlman Mongr
    I went down to Juarez last weekend “Labor Day” after reading by Palamides and Meat Loaf about a bar on Avenidas Americas called Tumbalo. Thanks, Palamides and Meat Loaf for the heads up.

    Gntlman Mongr
    I'm glad someone could use my advise and experiences. Being from the North and playing hockey as a youth, I always appreciate an afternoon ice skating session inside Plaza Las Americas. It's a cool place to take a girl.

    I don't know if "Hooligans" is still open, (Location: La Curva para el aeropuerto, a lado AppleBees.) They use to always show this place on Televisa as people are getting their party on. Good location for "Yuppie Mexicans. " It's not far, just down the street from the Pronaf. Additionally, Plaza Juarez is great for picking-up women too. It's further down the street from "Hooligans" and can be reached by bus for 5 pesos or US$ 0. 25 (Linea Aeropuerto.) If you want a Juarez Meat Market, check out "Rodeo" immediately across from the "Free Bridge" and way before Tumbao.

    Once again, I'm glad you enjoyed that location.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  14. Cienega32
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    Originally Posted by Meat Loaf
    Agreed. Chubby-chasin' is fun 'cause they're soft and usually have good BJ skills, but once you get into the bed all the work is on you. Trying to move all that weight around; forget about flexibility. It's more of you asking "can yuo roll over," "can you get doggystyle." I mean, if I wanted to lift weights I'd go to the two gyms on Mariscal, but they're probably torn down too.
    Actually, I think I remember something about the big gym being a center point of sorts in the "master plan".

    I don't mind a bit of the 'well-rounded' chubbies/"big girls" from time to time but to watch these ones dancing where rolls are draped over rolls and the backview looks like moonscape with all the cheese... it gets pretty hard on the eyes.

    I think next week I'm checking out those joints on the other side of town you guys have been talking about. El Centro is starting to give me headaches every time I go there. Too much rap music for me.

    Damnedest thing - when I walked past that La Tuna bar, I would've sworn I heard Y-M-C-A blaring from inside. Struck me as an odd contrast to the name...
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  15. Cienega32
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    Originally Posted by Bbond
    They pushed back the dates on entering by air too, but you must have proof you applied a passport. So maybe this will happen to for entering by land.
    US Government, who knows for sure what they will come up with due to the sever backlog with passport applications.
    There also was something on the news about how they 'solved' the backlog problem and things should move smoother now.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  16. Victor_Lazlo
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    Buy this man a cigar!

    Originally Posted by Ilovechicas
    I have found that the further off the beaten track and the more time I spend with folks, the more interesting it has become. I have found this to be true in other countries I have traveled in as well.

    There is risk, but there is risk everywhere including within our own country right? For what it's worth, I think the exploring is compelling enough to go for it even when taking risks into account.
    You got it right, Dude.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  17. Meat_Loaf
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    Originally Posted by Cienega32
    I don't mind a bit of the 'well-rounded' chubbies/"big girls" from time to time but to watch these ones dancing where rolls are draped over rolls and the backview looks like moonscape with all the cheese... it gets pretty hard on the eyes.

    I think next week I'm checking out those joints on the other side of town you guys have been talking about. El Centro is starting to give me headaches every time I go there. Too much rap music for me.

    Damnedest thing - when I walked past that La Tuna bar, I would've sworn I heard Y-M-C-A blaring from inside. Struck me as an odd contrast to the name...
    Wow, Cienega32 you have a lot of posts! Well what's good news is the the "big girls" don't try to climb the pole; they just walk back and forth to Cumbias.

    I loved El Centro, but after a while it got tired to me too and those "Wanksters" and their rap music wore me out too.

    That is a strange name for such music. I can't think of anything to elaborate more upon regarding this. Hahaha. But you know, I'm in Nicaragua, Central America, and all their music is from the 1980s (Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, GNR, Michael Hunter, Brian Adams, etcetera.) Hell, I never listened to that shit when I was growing-up.

    Keep Holdin' Down Cienega32
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  18. Meat_Loaf
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    When a Gringo Closes the Bank

    *** This is written especially for "I Love Chicas" ***

    Years of experience in Latin America made me not amazed at the events of yesterday. It’s just another day in the life of a Gringo when we choose to close the bank.

    My landlord, 2 lesbians (tortilleras, ) were informed of my last-month tenancy in their Managua, Nicaragua, casita (house, ) and took it like champs, until I inquired about my one-month security deposit. Lesbian #1 told me that security deposits are returnable after 3 months to ensure no damage was done to the property. Immediately I knew she must of thought I was some Gringo-fool she was gonna’ rob. She created some story and tried to justify this nonsense only to be told by me that "Homey Don’t Play That. " I called her very "unprofessional" and "crazy" for trying to promote such a policy. She defended her earlier claim about our rental agreement informing me that it said 3-months. She departed shortly after and I assumed we’d continue this banter over the next 4 weeks.

    Within minutes the "man" of the relationship, Lesbian #2, runs over to my door banging extremely hard. Oh’ Drama. I open the door and she barges in shouting 95% in Spanish to leave, 5% in English "Get the Fuck Out. " They always know that phrase in Latin America. I speak Spanish as my second-language and hold a MBA earned 100% in Spanish, so they need to really did into their bag-of-tricks. Then she attempted to try and pack my possessions. I telephoned the police who maintain their station 2 blocks in-front of the house knowing they would never show-up. (Police don’t exist in Nicaragua due to a lack of funding.) After about 10-minutes of Lesbian #2’s dramatic performance things calmed down. As I told Lesbian #1, 3-months is unacceptable. They attempted to use that famous-angle of me being the Gringo don’t know their law, but USA law. I read their real estate law along with other legal codes 1-year ago and it’s actually more favorable to the tenant than the landlord. Nonetheless, I let them try and shovel that "malarkey. "

    It turned out Lesbian #2 attempted to justify her "macho" because I called Lesbian #1: Loca (crazy.) After such a performance wouldn’t you agree? Instead, both may be considered Locas (crazies.) Again, I knew better as to this claim. Besides if this was the case Lesbian #1 should have informed me of her dislike immediately upon me calling her loca, not through some third-party, her "hench-woman. " But that was just another smoke screen ‘cause my concern is the security deposit which they attempted to promote via this 3-month idea. Furthermore, Lesbian #2 told me she could hold it as long as she wanted, 3-months, 6-months, 1-year. "You Gringo are at the total mercy of us and we can do what we want in our country" was said and in that tone. Again, I have years in Latin America and know the mentality of "Gringo Envy. "

    In summation, I refused to pay rent as they can use my security deposit as my last-month’s rent. I called my lawyer who only costs about $50. I changed the locks so they cannot enter. They’re threatening to have the police evict me, but they’ll never show-up except to accept a Gringo bribe and they have no authority anyway. The law is on my side although the country is on for theirs. Understand I’m a Gringo and therefore my purpose is to give their fellow country-person money and to accept whatever they promote in every circumstance is the mentality of "Gringo Envy. "

    When abroad, the world loves we Gringos for our (1) access to capital, (2) way of life, (3) and for being their "real-life" link to Americana. Nonetheless, the world has what appears to be, an embedded cultural trait which is "Gringo-Envy: " Hate the Gringo because we have what they dream about, but can't access. Build-up your own mis-managed country is always my suggestion.

    There is this common misnomer that Gringos "can" afford everything, "it’s poco dinero, " and will pay whatever we have to because of (1) fear, (2) unfamiliarity of local law and language, or (3) our to avoid episodes earlier mentioned. "Homey Don’t Play That! " Police bribes, security deposits, "padded bills, " or whatever else requires me earning money to give to you (them) for your (their) personal desire is not permitted! We all have dreams and responsibilities and I’m not going to work everyday to pave their pathway for financial access upon their insistence.

    We gringos rule the world; they know it; envy our status; desire to exploit our financial resources; yet despise our presence once their access to capital is denied or withdrawn. I’m curious what have been the experiences of other Gringos abroad in Latin America when the "bank" was withdrawn or the "dream of marriage" (I. E. USA citizenship) was revoked? I know it was the exact same. Despite this experience I still find much enjoyment residing in Latin America and will continue.

    Important Fact for Renters: Most Latin American countries have the legal code where landlord eviction is difficult and time consuming. As in many USA states where it takes 6 weeks to legally evict via the court, in Latin America it may take years- "squatters rights. " Thus, don’t be intimidated on being evicted or the police arriving. Instead, be weary of their potential extortionist tactics. Obviously Spanish-speaking skills will be required as they will immediately begin "fast talking, " "yelling, " conversing with fellow-countrymen in an anti-Gringo manner, and deliver daily harassment until you leave the premises. Your other option is be financially looted at their desire.

    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  19. J_Europe
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    My Little Trip Report

    I went over to J-Town on Thur about 5pm heading over to Genesis, so I caught a cab over to Hositpal General and it was quite funny the cab driver (cost $5)(who really really needed a shower) kept giving me tips about how to have sex with the chicas even thru I told him that I was just going to visit a sick friend. Well I go in to the hositpal and come right back out and he is still sitting out front! After about ten minutes he moves on and I across the street to and walk the couple of blocks to Genesis.

    Oh Boy Genesis sit's smack dab in the middle of a residental neighborhood and don't do what I did and walk upto the front of the place and to find that the day was locked and the lady is telling me to go around to the back and I thought that she was saying we are closed come back to tomorrow!

    I must say that I was disappointed with Genesis as it was only heavyweights (1 whom I had session with before at Cleopatra's) there in the evening shift, however I did session with a chia named Daphne who I am pretty damn sure had I bun in the oven! I have a no idea how I missed that when the 4 chica did their little line up.

    Daphne was just so so and I did not get the nut off.

    Left there and went to the place that is on H. Esobar that is in the green building (the name excaspe me at the moment) 5 girls there 3 very very doable however I was just not quite ready yet so I went down stairs to the bar to have a drink and boy was it Crazy in there! As I was the only guy in the place for a while the ladys were very very wild. Of course when the happend to mention that there was a masje place upstairs I played dumb as rocks. By this time it is about 7pm so I walk on up to Sirena's and I did not even go in, parking lot jammed packed and both side streets are 6 or 7 cars deep.

    Caught cab back to Safari (cost $5 US) which is bar only a few blocks from the Ave de Juaurz and the bridge had a few drinks there left and step into Clepopatra's only 2 chicas 1 very tall about 6 I would say nice looking however at that point it was a like 8:45pm and to close to quitting time for me to get a good session in IMHO.

    Part II of my little trip report coming up!

    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  20. Ilovechicas
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    Thanks

    Originally Posted by Victor Lazlo
    You got it right, Dude.
    Glad you enjoyed the post.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  21. Bbond
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    Originally Posted by J Europe
    Left there and went to the place that is on H. Esobar that is in the green building (the name excaspe me at the moment) 5 girls there 3 very very doable however I was just not quite ready yet so I went down stairs to the bar to have a drink and boy was it Crazy in there! As I was the only guy in the place for a while the ladys were very very wild. Of course when the happend to mention that there was a masje place upstairs I played dumb as rocks. By this time it is about 7pm so I walk on up to Sirena's and I did not even go in, parking lot jammed packed and both side streets are 6 or 7 cars deep.
    Sounds like El Encanto, and the bar Papaguyos.

    Sirena's usually has a lot of cars around, they share a parking lot with a sports injury clinic. Although it may look extremely busy, that is usually not the case inside.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  22. Boyscout410
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    Luxor Massage

    I am planning a trip down to Juarez next week, and will probably hit Luxor. Does anyone know who this girl is? She looks like my type. Any comments on her services would be appreciated as well.

    Thanks
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    • Mugroso
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      Originally Posted by Meat Loaf
      I know more about Cd. Juarez than you; I get more *****s than you; I pay less than you; and I can outperform you. "Stop Hatin' and stick to your 6 block area of the 5 "USA-type" strip clubs. I'll always get more acclaim than you in Cd. Juarez or any other city for that matter.

      I'm not hear to steal your self-appointed glory or expert status, but where is your "Guide to Cd. Juarez? " Where are your photos? Where's your real-information?
      You forgot to mention that your pecker is bigger than mine.

      I have ventured out of the downtown area. Self appointed glory? When did I ever say that?

      I always value reports from new posters as it gives me a fresh look at Juarez the way I used to see it when I was learning the ropes. The thing I don't like is false reports from blowhards who think they know it all. I did a great disservice to everyone on the board by not exposing your info as BS but after my friction with Member 24-whats his name I chose not to. Me a hater? Hardly. You just didn't like being taken to task.

      Where are my pics and guide? At my website thats where and I continually post here as I see fit. I admit I lack new photos but that is due to the decline of good looking women downtown.

      I am in no mood to get into a pissing contest (again) with a know it all. For what reason you decided to target me makes me no never mind but I guarentee you will not win that contest so I suggest you drop your attitude and start posting facts. Out dated information is fine from a recollection stand point. I remember the hotel door girls on Ave. Juarez too but it has been years with the exception of the ones by the Yankees Bar.

      Why am I responding to your post now? Because I have been in The Philippines and just got back yesterday. I didn't want to ruin my mood in dealing with you.

      Mugroso

      PS
      If you want a break from Latinas, Angeles City is the place to go in my opinion.
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • Eddiberto_Silva
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      Juarez

      I well be in Juarez? El Paso on 10/5 was wondering if anyone here would mind showing a fellow member a good time in Juarez. For your time I would buy you a few drink's. I don't want to head into Juarez alone I speak spanish fluent but need someone to guide me in the to the righ place's.
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • Meat_Loaf
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      Originally Posted by Mugroso
      The thing I don't like is false reports from blowhards who think they know it all. I am in no mood to get into a pissing contest (again) with a know it all.
      I hear you and agree Mugroso except for the false report and know it all statements. Nonetheless, thats for the respectful response although mine initial challenge may have been too aggressive. Stay Cool 'Bro.
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • Treewalker
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      The Hedonist

      Anyone read this book?..Looks like a fun read.

      http://www.amazon.com/gp/sitbv3/read...sin=0975264001
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • Gallo_Ingles
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      Juarez rocks!

      A Thursday afternoon free...no work, no obligations..a great opportunity to drive across the bridge for a few hours of hedonism.

      First stop: Genesis. Six lovelies in the line up introduced by Diana. I am tempted to choose Diana herself, but I have been with her before and I need to broaden my horizons. Diana tells me that Daisy is a "chica nueva" and she looks at me and smiles and I am sold on her. Medium height, long hair in tight skinny braids... a miniskirt and heels...long smooth legs and a lovely round ass..oh, yeah! In the room she tells me that it is her first day on the job and that I am her first client. I hope I bring you good luck, I say knowing full well that a woman like that doesn't depend on luck. We get down to business and, without going into excessive detail, my day is made. A little of everything and a tremendously exhilirating finish....I will be back.

      Next stop: Luxxor. I choose a very skinny girl with an attractive face. Jazmin, se llama. As she undresses I begin to wonder whether I chose well. She must be no more than 95 lbs, yet her body is well formed. I don't much care for the large tattoos on her back, but her face is pretty. The massage is superb. I thought that her slight stature might mean a weak, insipid touch to my body, but in fact she knew how to work me. She climbed up on my back and threw her entire weight into it. Any stress in my body melted under the kneading of her hands. I loved it.

      Next I want oral...and she obliges, not just an average bj, but a mind blowing experience that leaves me shaking on the massage table.

      For some time now I have been thinking of dropping this ridiculously obsessive behavior and abandoning the hobby. I think I will have to wait a little longer to break myself of the habit. The Juarez ladies are just too good to give up.

      Gallo
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • Mugroso
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      Originally Posted by Meat Loaf
      I hear you and agree Mugroso except for the false report and know it all statements. Nonetheless, thats for the respectful response although mine initial challenge may have been too aggressive. Stay Cool 'Bro.
      Have fun where ever you are at. If you post something interesting about where you are presently post a link to it here. I will be doing the same with my Angeles City report.
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • JackRabbit69
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      Gallo Ingles,

      What is the going rate at Luxxor now for full service, including BJ? How much for extras?

      Jackrabbit69.
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
    • Dougie
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      Originally Posted by Mugroso
      Why am I responding to your post now? Because I have been in The Philippines and just got back yesterday. I didn't want to ruin my mood in dealing with you.

      Hey, hey, you went!!! Now I gotta start sharpening my tool for a little trip to the Far East. Have you managed to get the grin off your face yet??
      Posted 6 years ago | #Reply

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