Prostitute Sold Separately
Febrero 11 -
Well well well. What a fine establishment we've chosen tonight.
We had heard rumours of places like this in Mexico from our friends Jan and Len (you
can meet them on Día Siete),
but never thought we'd actually run into one. It's a no frills, no fuss, no front
counter nightly habitat. The true essence of the No-Tell Motel. It's brilliant!
Are you a married senator looking for a cheap place to get a quickie in with your
18 year old mistress? Are you a hunky scandal-ridden actor, sick of being followed
to your front door by the paparazzi to see what floozy you're taking home this week?
Are you old enough to drive but not yet of the socially-accepted age or maturity level
to have casual sex? Then come on in! You'll love this place!
First of all, everyone gets their own garage. Why? So no one can drive through the
parking area and wonder why your telltale '69 Shelby Mustang with the license plate
"BAD2BONE" is in the lot when it should be at that late night board meeting you phoned
home about, of course. If you can pull off the street without being spotted, you're
Parking is never a problem.
It's about six seconds from the street to the first open door, but once you're inside
the gates, it's pretty sheltered. They make the road purposely curvy to minimize
visibility. Trust them; they've done it for your own safety. You pull your car into
your own personal garage, pull down the door (on the cheaper one Jan and Len encountered,
we heard it was just a curtain), and enter your room from the inside.
But how do you pay? Surely you have to face an employee then?
No one sees your dirty deeds.
Not here you don't! Each room provides one of these spinning door thingos, just like
entering a dark room. Your cash goes in, it spins around, and your cash is gone. Just
like that, you've paid the bill, and nobody knows it's you.
This is how room service is delivered as well. There's a phone in your room, and a
menu, and an ice cream ad, and some other tasty treats you might want. Call the front
desk, order a mango sherbet ("Mango sherbet, por favor!"), and leave 23 pesos in the
spinner. Zip Zap Zop: Your 23 pesos turned into a mango sherbet!
Some places like this, we've heard, will even run errands for you while you're busy
doing... er... other things. Naughty Mexican women will stop in for a quick tryst, and
leave their grocery list in the spinner. One hour later, she's relaxed, if a little
flushed, and two bags of veggies are waiting outside. Her family will never suspect
a thing. Takes the hassle out of those long lines at the supermarket!
The bottom line in comfort.
Sure, it's not the most fashionable place in town, but what were you expecting? Hotel
Duluth? No one saw you enter, no one sees your Canadian plates, your car is
safely locked away... at 159 pesos a night (about $20 US), you're probably staying at
the safest place in Mexico.
Just make sure the sheets are washed.
We've got mail...|
Hey you guys!
Just got up to speed with the site. The only thing that would have made the
Mexico pages better would have been the quote somewhere, "Hey man, let's go
get some burritos!" Kev will know what it means.
- Colin, Thunder Bay ON
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It actually rained!
Room 32. You already know the story with this place.
Cuenta: 159 pesos
|D'yuna: ||Trailer Park|
Punta de Mita
|K's Order:||Apple Oatmeal|
|A's Order:||Apple Oatmeal|
|Comida: ||On the Road|
Mexico 15 Libre
|Cena: ||Roadside Restauranta|
|K's Order:||Sopes Puerco, Kas|
|A's Order:||Sopes Puerco, Agua|