Tag Archives: San Diego
Balboa Park in San Diego, California.

Arts and Culture at Balboa Park

San Diego’s Balboa Park is teeming not just with green spaces but also with arts and culture. It’s a different kind of park I’ve been to before. While New York City’s Central Park boasts its size in the middle of Manhattan, Balboa Park is a public space for architecture, museums, gardens, sculptures, performances, outdoor installations […]

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The surfers in La Jolla, San Diego, California.

The Surfers in La Jolla

After I finished my own communing with the sea, I continued walking further along the cliffs of La Jolla. A van parked on the roadside where a group of friends got out in a hurry, unloading their duffel bags and their surf boards. They ran into the shore, dropped their bags and onto the Pacific […]

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La Jolla Beach, San Diego, California

La Jolla Beach

I was walking down the La Jolla Beach when I spotted this woman doing her yoga in the sand, with only the sound of the waves can be heard. It was a peaceful setting that I decided to sit down on the grasses in my own yoga position. But, of course, I took these photos […]

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International Travelers House - Adventure Hostel in San diego

My Adventure at the International Travelers House in San Diego

I almost fainted as soon as I stepped inside the International Travelers House in San Diego. Few feet before I reached the reception, a shirtless, blonde hunk was mopping the floor, his toned muscles were flexing like they were teasing a stranger—and those smooth muscles already got me at hello. LOL… When he turned around, […]

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Pacific Beach Sunset San Diego

The Breathtaking Sunsets in California

One of the best and free things to do in the west coast is to watch the breathtaking sunsets in California. They’ll never fail to amaze every sunset lovers. While in San Francisco, I’ve only got to see it once from a distance. In Los Angeles, sunsets are fabulous backdrop of those tall, thin palm trees […]

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Unconditional Surrender by Steward Johnson San Diego

The Kiss That Celebrates The End of World War 2

The kiss that celebrates the end of World War 2 is now a giant statue in San Diego’s waterfront. The iconic black and white photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt in New York City’s Times Square comes to life in a 20-foot bronze sculpture, aptly known as “Unconditional Surrender”. It’s designed by Seward Johnson. Also known […]

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The one food you should eat when you are in San Diego

The One Food You Should Eat When You Are in San Diego

There’s one food you should eat when you are in San Diego—and that’s FISH TACOS. On my last night in the city, a friend (Thank you, Anatole!) drove me and three new acquaintances I met at a hostel to a place which Yelp reviewers are raving about: Oscar’s Mexican Seafood at North Pacific Beach. I […]

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Seas the Day Travel Quote

That Moment I Made The Waves Roar

Moses, from the Bible, divided the Red Sea by raising his cane when he led thousands of people to flee from the pursuing Egyptians. No, I didn’t do such kind of gargantuan miracle—but I made the waves roar at the command of my hands. Or so I thought. LOL… Here’s the proof. How did I do […]

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