Sunset Cliffs in San Diego is known for, well, its cliffs and its sunsets. The craggy outcrops of rock and sand have been formed and beaten by the elements for centuries, and now provide a front row view to the … Continue reading →
This was taken on a helicopter tour of the Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon a few years ago. As we slowly lowered into the canyon itself, the canyon walls loomed up all around us, larger and taller and more majestic … Continue reading →
A pop culture-themed amusement park is rather infamous in this small town in Belgium. I can’t for the life of me remember the name of it, but I remember that the woods and hills surrounding the area were so beautiful … Continue reading →
That’s right, kids, I’m finally venturing out of the region again – but not overseas this time. (Though I’ve been itching to make that long-awaited Scandinavia-Mediterranean trek a reality lately…)
I’ll be spending the New Year’s holiday in Baja California again, this time with my boyfriend’s entire family at their vacation property. I’ve never had much need to travel to a tropical destination for winter vacation (I live in San Diego, people), but this will be a fun and welcome change.
Stay tuned for more photos, more adventures, and more stories from good ol’ Mexico…
Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California This Victorian landmark is a staple on the Coronado Island skyline – extravagant, luxurious, and rumored to be haunted, the “Hotel Del” is as famous as it is beautiful.