We stayed in an airbnb in the Mission Beach area of San Diego. This was a great area to stay because it was fairly central and we were so close (less than a block!) to the beach. When we had our windows open, we could hear the waves. #bliss
On Thursday morning I was up before Phil so I walked to a local coffee shop for my morning caffeine fix and walked back along the beach. It was so beautiful out at that point of the day. Little did I know that was the last time I was going to see blue skies until our day of departure. Womp womp.
Shortly after I took that picture, heavy fog moved in. We had plans to go to Torrey Pines State Natural Preserve in the La Jolla area. We thought that the fog would maybe burn off by the time we got up there or during our hike. We were wrong. So we didn't get great views of the ocean, but we still had a great time!
|The terrain was rugged and beautiful! This picture gives you an idea of how foggy it was!|
|The foggy weather made the beach look mysterious and beautiful|
|Navigating the dense fog back to the trail head.|
One draw of the La Jolla area is La Jolla Cove. We walked down there after lunch. This little passageway/cove was especially cool.
It's crazy to think that the topography of the area occurred naturally.
We had been out and about for quite a chunk of time at this point, so we decided to head back to our condo and relax for awhile.
|Wine + a good book|
|Phil found some sand dollars for me|
Have you been to San Diego?