Nothing to make you want to stay there overnight even with the girls.Ive been there and the first advice I would give you is to BE VERY CAREFUL.Although there are other dating apps geared toward the LGBT community, Tinder seems to be a little more helpful when it comes to accommodating matches for people who want to brave the lines of cars heading into Tijuana just opposite San Diego.In fact, San Diegians can take easily take the light rail system to San Ysidro; the final stop on the MTS Blue Line and entrance to the busy border crossing.It's a bad idea to take a rental car into Mexico and even w/ collision insurance, you can still have headaches.2) Watch out for the cops.While things are better than when I used to go, I understand that they are still d*cks. Most of the people near the border do..the farther you get from border, the less English is spoken.4) Keep all your money in front pockets along w/ your passport (you should bring it) and your ID.5) Dress down and don't wear a nice watch or jewelry.Unlike swiping at a Financial District bar and then cabbing it to Brooklyn for a one-night stand, Tijuana Tinder is anything but ‘easy.’”Either gay or straight, San Diegians who wish to use hook-up apps to access partners across the border may not find it very difficult, but maintaining that manner of play may become more of a chore than one of pleasure. Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. It's not a business destination (more a travel one) and the airlines price I were going out there, I'd fly into LAX or Orange Co., rent a car and drive down.
The app is connecting those who almost certainly would never have met organically, young people with a literal barrier—in some places three fences thick—keeping them apart.
Try to avoid going to her "house."7) Try not to look and act like a tourist. LOl If I can help..email me.would you want to stay overnight in TJ? I recommend checking it out of course but besides the whore houses a few cute lil' cafe's, some cheesy shopping and 1.00 corona's there isn't that much more... I'd park your car in CA and walk over, then go back and stay in the states.
Act like you're confident and that you know where you are going. It's a bunch of shops, strip clubs and that's about it.
I didn't spend the night so you'll have to determine whether its safe or not.
Generally Mexico does have budget motels but always check the room first and make sure there is a decent lock on the door. Take your own water over there and be careful what you eat.