San Diego, California
First beach stop. Coronado.
Coronado Beach is always a good time. The beach is lovely, as is the town.. We spent our first day there, and all of us passed out on the beach. When I awoke, I had a horrific tan line. we made the mistake of going to a bar called on the rocks, had a couple cocktails, went to the beach, then fell asleep. perfect way to start our vacation. When we came to, we visited shops and stopped by the Hotel Del Coronado. There are many shops inside there and its just fun to walk around in. Rumor has it that it's haunted, but I never got that vibe. It's just simply a beautiful, old, unaffordable hotel with so much history.
>><<I definitley rocked my turquoise body chain everyday at the beach>><<
These fish tacos were to die for^^
The next day we made our way to probably my favorite beach: La Jolla.
It is unreal how beautiful this place is. The water is clear, the beach is somewhat more private, it's perfect really. If I could own a home at any beach I'd have to say I'd choose La Jolla.
After laying out at the beach. We went shopping and ate before our next little adventure...
The girls and I decided to go on a kayaking tour, which was a lot of fun. I actually haven't gone kayaking in a really long time so I was quite nervous. It was about a two hour tour which was in the ocean towards the caves. When we got to the caves. each of us got to paddle in two at a time. The girls and I got to go in first. You basically just paddle in, turn around and paddle out. I think my favorite part was when waiting for everybody else to go in and out. Hanging out in the ocean and watching people swimming by and others on there paddle boards. Basically just relaxing. Our tour guides names were Max and Sam, and they were really sweet. Max took all of these pics of us with his Go pro.
Four years ago, Kelly and I stood on top of this cliff and watched the sea lions from above. So, it was pretty awesome to be this close to them. Although, when her and I made our way into the cave I somehow managed to get way too close to two of them. They were NOT happy. Our tour guide told us kindly to back away about 8 times. I seriously thought the creature was going to attack. We made it out safely.
<<>>Laguna Beach, Ca<<>>
Laguna Beach is so gorgeous, it's like a dream. We were only there for just about under 24 hours. One of the girls I traveled with had a family member living close by so we stayed with him for a night before making our way up north.
I'm pretty sure that I need to live at the Sea Castle, a beautiful home on the coast of Laguna Beach accented with turquoise.
A dream home for sure.
We ended up hanging out in Laguna all day and through the night.
I'd love to go back there someday and spend a little more time. One day just wasn't enough!
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