Last year I published a post on all major destinations that I visited in 2018 so here is the same for 2019 as well. I planned to add 10 more destinations this year and 2 new countries. South California Road Trip from San Francisco to Ventura in January Moss Landing State BeachSunset https://itinerantanalyst.com/2019/03/10/california-coastal-road-trip-part-1-san-jose-to-monterey/ https://itinerantanalyst.com/2019/03/30/california-coastal-road-trip-part-2-ventura-to-paso-robles-near-pebble-beach/ https://itinerantanalyst.com/2019/04/10/california-coastal-road-trip-part-3-paso-robles-to-san-jose/… Continue reading 2019 at a Glance
I visited Redwood National Park in 2019 Thanksgiving Break. The trip was scattered in lots of small parts so instead of a detailed account here as a photographic guide to my trip.
San Diego is a famously laid back city in Southern California, known for its surfing, golden beaches, perfect weather and easy-going vibes. San Diego has more than 15 beaches and every place has something different to offer. As always, we did not have all the time we wanted so we handpicked 4 beaches for our… Continue reading San Diego – A Paradise for Beach Lovers
San Diego Zoo Safari Park is considered to be the biggest and must-visit Safari in the United States. We were first confused between San Diego Zoo vs and San Diego Zoo Safari Park for our visit. The 1,800 acres os Safari zoo that make up this addendum to the San Diego Zoo is home to animals… Continue reading San Diego Safari Zoo!!
I have been to San Diego before but it was just a one day visit and we could only go to Sea World, Mission Beach and Gaslamp District. I loved San Diego and thought of coming back to explore more. Columbus Day is not a long weekend for everyone so tickets to San Diego were really cheap.… Continue reading San Diego: Tacos, La Holla Shores and Old Town
Channel Islands National Park is unique in many ways. Situated along the cost of Southern California near Ventura, this park has a wide range of flora and fauna, some of which are found only on this island. The Channel Islands are home to over 2,000 plants and animals, of which 145 are found nowhere else… Continue reading Hiking Channel Island
Along the coast of Southern California lie five islands known as the Channel Islands. Comprised of five ecologically rich uninhabited islands—Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara—the park is only a hop, skip and a jump from the Southern California mainland, yet feels worlds away. Channel Island National Park has a wide… Continue reading All you need to know about Channel Island