Travel Blogs from Tijuana, Mexico

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La Línea, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

La Línea

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... gold mine of facts and figures and gave us the low down on pretty much everything, including the current situation in Tijuana. Apparently they and all the other tourist information centres in the vicinity had been brought up to speed earlier this ...

Baja California, Tijuana,Ensenada,Sta Rosalia,Loreto,Cabo StLucas, La Paz, Mexico travel blog

Baja California

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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... and I think we've already realised that we're gonna need a lot of patience, to get us through our Latin America trip! Tijuana itself is an interesting place, where two very different cultures come together. In many ways it´s just as Mexican as any ...

Do You Wanna, Tijuana?, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Do You Wanna, Tijuana?

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... of interest were coming up. That's how we knew to look out for a notorious stretch of road along the US-Mexico border between Tijuana and Mexicali called "La Rumorosa". Its hairpin turns and roller-coaster dips through the mountains have claimed many ...

A day trip to Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

A day trip to Tijuana

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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... so easy to go into Mexico as you walk pass a large fence with barb-wire and before you know it you are in Mexico and Tijuana is right in front of you. When I got over the border there were little girls selling jewelry they only look ...

ˇHola!, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

ˇHola!

A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael

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... at least...) to rest and recoup. One such Saturday we had the pleasure of joining the DTS group in going to the Tijuana Cultural Center then delighting in the succulent flavours of fresh Tacos, just bursting with zesty qualities. Life-changing, as one ...

Hey Amigo! We're off to Tijuana, MEXICO!, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Hey Amigo! We're off to Tijuana, MEXICO!

A travel blog entry by flicandsimon

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... what happened and still cross the border with only one passport and just a student card for the daughter! Crazy!   Tijuana - what a colourful place (clothes, pictures etc all in bright colours), and probably what you imagine in your mind about a ...

TJ hellhole, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

TJ hellhole

A travel blog entry by jamesjames

... - Mazatlan - and borded. It wasn't till i was a couple of hours into the trip that i realised i was on a 23 hour-er... Tijuana highlight: Very Friendly Guy On The Street: I get you not one, but two women for the low low price of only $40? James: No, ...

So Much More to be Done..., Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

So Much More to be Done...

A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael

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... of those. Wednesday evenings we join with a number of dedicated staff and students  to go to the downtown zone of Tijuana's red light district, Zona Norte, and minister to the prostitutes, homeless and drug addicts. Here, ...

The Final Phase, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

The Final Phase

A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael

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... a good hike up and down for a balanced dose of daily exercise. Things certainly appear a lot safer here in Tijuana, as compared to Juarez ... though this city is certainly not without it's own share of monumental issues with drugs, poverty ...

Day trip across the border to Mexico, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Day trip across the border to Mexico

A travel blog entry by traceywilson

Well as the border is so close between the US of A and Mexico I decided to take a day trip to the worlds most crossed border Tijuana, plus I wanted to check it out to see what all the fuss was about, and do a recce as I was getting a flight out of there ...

There and back again, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

There and back again

A travel blog entry by alexbicknell

... a way south. And they were very lovely hospitable people. The last two days have involved a long painful bus ride along the Mexico-US border to Tijuana. At last we see the Mexico of the movies - it’s a bit seedy, a bit edgy. Our bus yesterday ...

Day : Mexico > Malibu, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Day : Mexico > Malibu

A travel blog entry by danjamespotter

... . We walked up a highway to where we thought was the main centre. We found out that we had missed signs to downtown Tijuana. On the way a couple of trucks full of election awareness young people went past making noise and blowing us kisses. We walked for ...

Tijuana Baby, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Tijuana Baby

A travel blog entry by raniroo

... border. I did some shopping and bargained for bags and silver and then had a mexican lunch of fajitas and motijo cocktails! Tijuana is Mexico, but it is not "real" mexico. Tijuana caters to the tourist arriving from the States and it also seems, boys ...

Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Tijuana

A travel blog entry by moonboots79

Tijuana ...

1 Tequila, 2 Tequila, Zebra Mules & Shit, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

1 Tequila, 2 Tequila, Zebra Mules & Shit

A travel blog entry by doove

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The border crossing between the US and Mexico - more specifically San Diego and Tijuana - had to be the most easy thing in the world. So much so, I actually went back to check if that was it! Plus I also wanted the passport entry stamp, so got that sorted ...

and wrap..., Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

and wrap...

A travel blog entry by shawnsmith

Well that's it for the official AOC part of the journey. We rode the final stretch into Tijuana this morning, had a drink, some lunch, relaxed a bit, and back to camp to see some of the first to leave off. Eight of us bought tickets for Hermosillo to go ...

Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Tijuana

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels

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... final town in the US before crossing into Mexico. It was a simple matter of walking over a footbridge & we were in Tijuana - no checking of passports or anything, they obviously let anybody in. It certainly was an experience, the hassling started as ...

Buenas Dias Me-hico, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Buenas Dias Me-hico

A travel blog entry by scobo2000

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... to stay, looking forward to getting back there now. Next on the agenda was to hop over the border to Mexico, in the end, just an overnight in Tijuana. According to a banner over a bar in town, Tijuana is 'the most visited city in the world'. I'm sure ...

Road trip #2, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Road trip #2

A travel blog entry by hibbs

Road trip to San Diego Mexico Beach Down town Balboa park Long drive ...

Real tacos in Mexico...., Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Real tacos in Mexico....

A travel blog entry by ivealis

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The tacos were good and the meds were even better. The only bad thing was the cab accident with mom in the front seat. But I suppose the cab driver thought his brakes worked without apply/pumping ...

Tijuana, Mexico, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Tijuana, Mexico

A travel blog entry by alvrez

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... - a bit disappointing, but understandably not a major deal considering what is going on around us. We decided to move our trip to Tijuana forward, and took the truck down to a parking area on the U.S side. Absolutely no worries getting into Mexico - we ...

Viva Mexico!!, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Viva Mexico!!

A travel blog entry by anna_ian

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... can count Mexico to one of my places visited. (I'm pretty sure many Mexican people and others would object to that statement since Tijuana hardly represents Mexico, but hey!! It's in Mexico so it's a part of Mexico!!) I flew in to Los Angeles yesterday, ...

Trouble in Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Trouble in Tijuana

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

You can't be that close to Tijuana and not go.  We bought a lot of things that aren't quite legal in the U.S. (not drugs)  And we got to drink tequila and corona with Smither's ...

Final Good-byes, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Final Good-byes

A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael

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... Ensenada is beautifully located on the coast, a little over an hours drive down the Baja peninsula from Tijuana. With it's warm, Mediterranean climate and beautiful setting, Ensenada has long been a favorite tourist destination - and ...

South of the Border, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

South of the Border

A travel blog entry by ryan.r.smith.87

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One of the day trips that we took from Newport Beach was a trip into Tijuana, Mexico. I knew I didn't want to go far across the border, just enough to say I had been to Mexico and to finally get some use out of my passport. We parked our car on the US ...

Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Tijuana

A travel blog entry by freeandeasy

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... . Do we look that stupid!! Queues for crossing the border, mental. Got stamped into USA before getting stamped out of Mexico, confusing. Welly got extension to the Mexican visa for 180days (basically the guy just scrubbed out the 90day and wrote ...

Para Recquerdo, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Para Recquerdo

A travel blog entry by nextchapter...

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We headed, with instructions to make sure we did not drive across the border, into Mexico. We pulled off at the last U.S. exit and walked across. This was so that we did not have to bring our car back through the horrifically long customs line. Through ...

I heart my wrestling mask. Viva Mexico!, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

I heart my wrestling mask. Viva Mexico!

A travel blog entry by bronwenrolls

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... my favourite to date has been ‘Umm Bron, we were in Mexico this morning’. Mexico.  Well just Tijuana, so very Mexico-lite.  We we’re both so excited about the process of crossing over the border more than the actual ...

Tijuana, Mexicali Border, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

Tijuana, Mexicali Border

A travel blog entry by hecqs

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... to the border. We checked with the border protection if we will be able to come back to US soil once we cross the overpass going to Mexico. "You're good." Hence we went on. We only spent few hours there and had our taste of taco. Since this is not a ...

TJ-I love the border, Tijuana, Mexico travel blog

TJ-I love the border

A travel blog entry by wesnick

... get the money to travel like this? where was you last job? do you speak Spanish? why do you speak Spanish? is your mother from Spain, Mexico? Then he asked me if I ever trained at a terrorist camp and I shit my pants! Well he didn't ask that, but I felt ...

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