View Full Version : I'm thinking of visiting Mexico/Puerto Rico soon...


Pretty Boy32
12-14-2011, 06:45 AM
Which place would you recommend more?
Mexico or Puerto Rico?

Which country has hotter women?

Which country has cooler people?

Which country has better vibe?

Da Boxer
12-14-2011, 08:31 AM
I can tell you that I have been to 42 countries around the world (including MX [Cancun, Mexico City, etc]) and Puerto Rico is hard to beat.

PR Women are H O T ! ! ! Very outgoing and they love to party.

PR People are down to earth, and enjoy good times, you will have a "party" on every corner and the food! Wow! The food!

The Vibe down on PR is great! El Viejo San Juan, Ponce, La Parguera, Luquillo Beach, Rincon Beach, Boqueron Beach, the clubs and bars, the overall street scene is sick.

Cost could be a bit higher in the San Juan area but quite of bit chepper are you move further. PR is small only ~100 X 35 mile so you could go anywhere by car in short time.

What you'll like to do?

What is the time frame?

I may be able to put you in contact with some good people there.

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12-14-2011, 08:58 AM
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Pretty Boy32
12-14-2011, 10:00 AM
I can tell you that I have been to 42 countries around the world (including MX [Cancun, Mexico City, etc]) and Puerto Rico is hard to beat.

PR Women are H O T ! ! ! Very outgoing and they love to party.

PR People are down to earth, and enjoy good times, you will have a "party" on every corner and the food! Wow! The food!

The Vibe down on PR is great! El Viejo San Juan, Ponce, La Parguera, Luquillo Beach, Rincon Beach, Boqueron Beach, the clubs and bars, the overall street scene is sick.

Cost could be a bit higher in the San Juan area but quite of bit chepper are you move further. PR is small only ~100 X 35 mile so you could go anywhere by car in short time.

What you'll like to do?

What is the time frame?

I may be able to put you in contact with some good people there.

Sounds good brah,
I was in Santa Monica last summer.

I was partying at alot of Mexico bars and I thought alot of the Mexicans where pretty boring.
There womens was smoking hot to though.

I'm planning on going for at least three weeks bro.

Luffy
12-14-2011, 03:44 PM
Visit mexico you would be a big hit due to a recent craze for anything ginger.

dj Calleti
12-14-2011, 03:48 PM
I would rather go to PR than Mexico.

bigsmoothh
12-14-2011, 05:00 PM
Well pr looks cool, ive been to mexico and I had a great time alot of russians and brazilians. Mexico has acapulco,puerto vallarta blue beaches, cabo san lucas, cancun,cozumel, puerto escondido, oaxaca, progess and many more, they have beautiful beaches, best beer, tequila, hot women, the best clubs. The best food in the world. You can do tons of things in mexico, you can go sea kayaking,visit a volcano, look at aztec ruins, amazing hotels, lucha libre shows, go horse riding, boat trip and my favorite rent an island and throw a party. hope this helps

Tha_Greatest
12-15-2011, 05:55 AM
you can go to puerto rico and get stuck there like if you were in gilligans island, lol, a teeny weeny island filled with puerto rican men and some you can visit oscar de la hoya in puerto rico aswell, lol, you can find some hot women in puerto rico all mad and angry for not being a mexican women so they can look hotter, lol, you might even see hector camacho in the world famous hector camacho restaurant , lol, i think it might have gotten shut down cause nobody was buying jack squat there, lol, you can go to puerto rico or go to mexico , lol, mexico sucks though, lol, nothing cool about mexico, lol, nyahahahaha


ireland is better

Pretty Boy32
12-15-2011, 03:23 PM
Keep the votes coming! At this point I'm leaning towards Rico.

ELHURACAN58
12-15-2011, 07:25 PM
Which place would you recommend more?
Mexico or Puerto Rico?

Which country has hotter women? Do you like coffee skinned women with asses or do you like brown women with mustaches?

Which country has cooler people? Do you like homo looking latinamerican guidos dancing to reggaeton or do you like guys with pointy hats and boots screaming ajua!!?

Which country has better vibe? Do you like people complaining about politics and economical crisis or do you like people complaining about drugs and a mafia?

Obvious bait thread BTW.

Surprisingly we actually have a lot of things to do here. I would love to go to Mexico too. Im a food lover, and Im afraid no latinamerican country tops mexican food in my view.

Best mexican restaurant Ive been to here in PR is called Aurorita's and if any mexican here actually tells me food in Mexico is any bit better than the food in Auroritas then fvck the Cartels, Im moving to Mexico.

Also I would like to know the average prices of eating in mexican restaurants.

Tha_Greatest
12-16-2011, 06:35 AM
Obvious bait thread BTW.

Surprisingly we actually have a lot of things to do here. I would love to go to Mexico too. Im a food lover, and Im afraid no latinamerican country tops mexican food in my view.

Best mexican restaurant Ive been to here in PR is called Aurorita's and if any mexican here actually tells me food in Mexico is any bit better than the food in Auroritas then fvck the Cartels, Im moving to Mexico.

Also I would like to know the average prices of eating in mexican restaurants.
green k for not lowering yourself to my stupidity, you didnt take the bait and you were very respectful

jtcs1981
12-17-2011, 04:15 PM
Which place would you recommend more?
Mexico or Puerto Rico?

Which country has hotter women?

Which country has cooler people?

Which country has better vibe?

It all depends what you are looking for. If you are interested in history and adventure, go to Mexico. If you looking for party, go to PR.

elplayapimp
12-17-2011, 04:33 PM
Obvious bait thread BTW.

Surprisingly we actually have a lot of things to do here. I would love to go to Mexico too. Im a food lover, and Im afraid no latinamerican country tops mexican food in my view.

Best mexican restaurant Ive been to here in PR is called Aurorita's and if any mexican here actually tells me food in Mexico is any bit better than the food in Auroritas then fvck the Cartels, Im moving to Mexico.

Also I would like to know the average prices of eating in mexican restaurants.

props for admiting it I find it comical some ricans actually try to debate this.

Toney Loc
12-17-2011, 04:51 PM
Go to Mexico so you can get assassinated. That way, I don't ever have to read your posts again.

jtcs1981
12-20-2011, 01:41 PM
Obvious bait thread BTW.

Surprisingly we actually have a lot of things to do here. I would love to go to Mexico too. Im a food lover, and Im afraid no latinamerican country tops mexican food in my view.

Best mexican restaurant Ive been to here in PR is called Aurorita's and if any mexican here actually tells me food in Mexico is any bit better than the food in Auroritas then fvck the Cartels, Im moving to Mexico.

Also I would like to know the average prices of eating in mexican restaurants.

For me, mexican food is not the best. It is good but not great. It is not exactly the same as Mexico, but the americans were able to do fast foods chains out of their concept. Latin american food is very easy to cook. Flavor wise, dominicans have a better sazon than any other latin american. Peruvian chicken is overated, we have the same here in PR, but some of their ceviche and sea food are pretty good. Argenitians churrasco are prepared everywhere in the world, so it is not as great as they want to sell it to the world. When it comes to food you have to impress me. The only people able to impress me so far are India, Ethiopia and Morocco. BTW, there is more in preparing and alcapurria and pasteles, than there is to tamales and tacos. Both good, but ours is a bit more time consuming to prepare.

ELHURACAN58
12-20-2011, 09:55 PM
For me, mexican food is not the best. It is good but not great. It is not exactly the same as Mexico, but the americans were able to do fast foods chains out of their concept. Latin american food is very easy to cook. Flavor wise, dominicans have a better sazon than any other latin american. Peruvian chicken is overated, we have the same here in PR, but some of their ceviche and sea food are pretty good. Argenitians churrasco are prepared everywhere in the world, so it is not as great as they want to sell it to the world. When it comes to food you have to impress me. The only people able to impress me so far are India, Ethiopia and Morocco. BTW, there is more in preparing and alcapurria and pasteles, than there is to tamales and tacos. Both good, but ours is a bit more time consuming to prepare.

I said mexican is the best when it comes to latinamerican. Dominican food is great, us boricuas should know, but they are also for tough stomachs. BTW dominican food is very similar to rican and cuban. Whenever I mention food from those countries, I usually refer to it as caribbean food, because Ive tasted it, and it is very similar.

The greatest thing Argentina has is that chimichurri that accompanies just about every meat. Very nice dressing.

When speaking about world food, there are quite a lot I havent tried, most notably middle eastern food and eastern european food.

My favorite international food is probably korean.

Im a seafood lover specifically.

Big Op
12-20-2011, 10:21 PM
mexico would be a better country to visit..............


if it was actually safe to visit

jtcs1981
12-21-2011, 09:34 AM
I said mexican is the best when it comes to latinamerican. Dominican food is great, us boricuas should know, but they are also for tough stomachs. BTW dominican food is very similar to rican and cuban. Whenever I mention food from those countries, I usually refer to it as caribbean food, because Ive tasted it, and it is very similar.

The greatest thing Argentina has is that chimichurri that accompanies just about every meat. Very nice dressing.

When speaking about world food, there are quite a lot I havent tried, most notably middle eastern food and eastern european food.

My favorite international food is probably korean.

Im a seafood lover specifically.

I understood your point. But in my point of view, mexican food aint special. I rather eat peruvian. They know how to prepare some good seafood plates.

Even thou Caribbean food is similar, el sazon of dominican is probably best. I love it. Cuban it is similar to ours, pero es bien soso. Our is more greasy, specially grandmas cooking.

BTW, I really dont like Aurorita. Their competition, Margarita's aint that good either. Outside of Mexico the best place I ate mexican food was in Louisiana. Como las guaguas de las tripletas en la isla. That was real mexican food.