I lost excitement and interest going to theme parks. But with kids along with us who were sure to be entertained, it’s easy to compromise. And I did enjoy some portions of Sea World San Diego.
The “star of the show” in Sea World really IS THE star of the show.
What are your top cities? My Top 5 are Rome, Paris, Bohol, San Diego and Amsterdam. Birds in La Jolla, Torrey Pines, Black’s Beach x2 Cabrillo National Monument x2, Torrey Pines Gliderport, Black’s Beach La Jolla Seals in La Jolla San Diego Bay Point Loma Lighthouse, Museum of […]
I badly wish to go back to Europe. But I can’t complain as much. Not only that I’ve been very blessed to have gone there, the place I’m currently in ain’t too shabby for my travel fix.
On this same date, 470 years ago, September 28, 1542, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and his crew sailed to the harbor and became the first Europeans to sat foot on what would later became the west coast of the United States. The exact area is not known, but many […]
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The majority of the votes of the Animal Poll I had goes to …
Thank You 500 Followers! Just for the record, I was never a part to any of these. I was literally just a bystander enjoying the view. This is Torrey Pines Gliderport, where adventure seekers aim high by taking flight. Hang gliding, paragliding and sail planes happen here. For […]
I hit the shore and ahoy! people are on their birthday suits. A lot of hanging and dangling going on while walking, suntanning, reading newspaper, playing volleyball or eating. I highly admired their “boldness”.
It prides to be a “people’s” art. Mingei (pronounced min-gay) is formed from two Japanese words: min, meaning people, and gei, meaning art.