San Diego in San Diego
Rather than a city perspective, this Yodel is focused on San Diego’s natural side. I take everyone who visits to the cliffs of Torrey Pines, just outside the city. Here we walk up the hills, stopping at all the lookouts along the way. Then we descend down to the beach for a less strenuous walk back to the entrance. On one side of us is ocean, the other breathtaking golden cliffs. It’s a perfect place to bring friends, a loved one, or just explore by yourself.
Photographer, aspiring graphic designer, adventure seeker, artist and outdoor explorer.
San Diego is the typical California stereotype for me: gorgeous weather, surfing, happy people, beaches, golden everything. Up-and-coming neighborhoods like North Park, and the creative and modern enclave of Little Italy make it a fun city for urban exploration. It also has lots of canyons and short hikes scattered along the outskirts of town.
A hike or exploration of various parts of the city, followed by a beach bonfire sunset.
Having sunshine basically 95% of the time. Also, the people are very friendly!
If you like seasons, it might not be for you. Also you need a car, the city is pretty spread out.
How large the city is! The actual downtown isn’t as big as other major cities. A lot of San Diego feels pretty suburban.