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North America » United States » California » San Diego » Pacific Beach September 4th 2019

With 70 miles of picturesque beaches, San Diego is truly a seaside paradise for tourists. And what better time than the fall season to explore its amazing beaches when everything from the temperatures to the hotel prices and tourist density goes down. While La Jolla and Mission Bay have been prominent beaches in the area, there are plenty of other coastal stretches where you can spread your sheets and bask under the shining sun. Extending from the international boundary to the North County coastline, here are some of the hidden beaches of San Diego that will surely leave you stunned. #1 Border Field State Park This splendid beach gets its name from its location along the Mexican Border towards the southwest corner of the US. The Border Field State Park encompasses about one and a half-mile ... read more

We started our more than a month long journey from our home today in San diego, CA! We will inform you of our stops along the way! We plan to finish the states we have not been to as well as see some of Americas most beautiful sites! We plan to spend a week in the smoky mountains as well as 2 weeks on a Caribbean cruise. It should be a very fun and amazing journey with my loving wife Jennifer. This is a trip we have been planning for months! So let's see where it takes us :)... read more
First stop!

Hello blog world! First off, I have never been very good with technology so if anyone has cool tips or suggestions about my blog, I am all ears. Second, I have a few trips under my belt along with living and working abroad but my current mission: document and share my next expedition into the unknown. I did the work to secure my teaching position in Vietnam so now I am in a waiting game, til the day comes. Today I made a check list of things to do before I leave which includes: consolidate my student loans cancel my cell phone plan clean out my wardrobe buy a large luggage make copies of all my documents clear off my computer and update the software check my insurance Vietnamese to English dictionary stock up and make ... read more
Ibiza town, Balerica Islands, Spain

A memorable night in Pacific Beach with Kevin and Olivia.... read more

Amphibious Robotic Snake rumor has it that in recent times been declassified subsequent to decade of works, despite the fact that the agency in charge for organizing it remains not mentioned and unspecified. In spite of its incredibly impressive and strangely lifelike robot, it has also some tremendously useful real-life functions. The robosnake or snake robot is modular. It means that its divided sections can be put together in any numeral desired. Between of the sections are unfilled, flexible stretchy lengths tubes so as to let the robot machine to turn and twist and push itself frontward, and in adding up to provided that much-needed good spirits or buoyancy. That is right, “buoyancy”: the robosnake are also amphibious and it is able of (on the very slightest) go for a dip to swim on the water ... read more

Today North Korea’s successor apparent visit China the North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un started to visit China Friday as South Korean media’s reported the trip seen to be a conferring Beijing blessing. The trip will be his first trip from the time Jong-Un has been given the keys military as well as the political post just last September as to clarify the status the successor apparent toward hid aging father Kim Jong I. China’s is the on the breadline North sole the major ally and on its economics support. The support for the eventual successions are critical as North grapple by way of shortage of food and international isolations more than the nuclear and the missile programs. Successor Kim Jong –Un arrive in China’s early this morning by means of Tumen’s, Yonhap news agencies quote the ... read more

Going it alone: the road to San Diego My route from Joshua Tree to San Diego was all planned out, I was to take the scenic route, as advised by a Ranger, and was really looking forward to the journey, it encompassed a Desert Park, a few vineyards, a couple of quaint towns and sounded great. I started off touring the part of Joshua Tree park I hadn’t covered the day before – the route from Twenty-Nine Palms to Cottonwood Springs. I hadn’t planned to spend much time there, having spent all day there on the Saturday, but once you start getting out the car and wandering around, you just want to see more. The southern part of the park was quite different from the Mojave Desert section – and not just by the absence of ... read more
Chula Cactus
Ocotillo in bloom
Sierra Nevada

North America » United States » California » San Diego » Pacific Beach January 13th 2011

Staying at the Mariott Gaslamp in downtown San Diego... read more
USS Midway
View from the top of the hotel
Dinner at Nobu

Our 30th Wedding Anniversary today! Had a lie in and then started the next leg of the journey. Thank goodness for AAA route planner, got us on the road really easily, think I would like a Sat Nav if we did it again though. Stopped at a view point on the way which was swarming with ground squirrels. They were fun to watch. Arrived at San Diego which again was nothing like i had imagined, it is so vast. In England if you arrive in Brighton, that’s what you find - the town, the beach, here there is town, town and more town and beach, beach and more beach! Had a job finding our hotel, it was all very confusing. Staying at Holiday Inn Mission Plaza, which is a bit like the Travelodge but not as ... read more

Hi all, Finally back on. We had a nice visit in AZ. with Bill's girls except for my bout with the flu. Then on to sunny CA. It took us 8 hours to get to San Diego with two stops, one for gas and one for lunch. The dunes took us by surprise after entering CA. and were neat to see. See pics. 30 mins. after setting up in the RV park they had a 4.5 earthquake, welcome to CA. !!!!!! I know I will repeat this throughout this trip, but I really love San Diego !! Beautiful setting, awesome weather, no humidity, lots of ocean and no bugs. Whats not to like about that? Hope these pictures post OK and you enjoy. We are having a blast. Hope you all stay safe back home, I ... read more

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