Cali galleries: Mt. Helix.

Day 2 of the family reunion! If you want to catch up on day one, or the entirety of this series, go ahead and check it out here. Now, the day before was pretty hectic and crazy, and was mostly geared towards touring the area. This day was really when the bulk of the family…

Cali galleries: Coronado.

I thought about whether or not to just add this on to the USS Midway post, but then I figured it’s beauty would be looked over. This post might be short, and it may have only a few photos, but I think this place deserves a post of its own. If you’re new here or…

Cali galleries: USS Midway.

After a not-so-quick lunch at a buffet restaurant, we headed to what would be our last big stop for the day–the USS Midway Museum and Navy Pier. If you’re new here, check out the introduction┬áto this series. The links of the other parts are there too. Now, back to this one. Before that though, on…

Cali galleries: Mt. Soledad.

Hey! I know it’s been a while since the last installment in this series, but from here forward, I’ll try even harder to get everything out sooner. If you’re new here, check out the introduction to the series here. Here we go. After we went to Old Town San Diego, we went to Mt. Soledad,…

Cali galleries: Old town San Diego.

It took a few days for the other members of my family to fly into San Diego from all over the US. When everyone who could make it arrived, the adventure began. Our first day all together became a full on tour of San Diego sights. It was a really tiring day, but still a…

Cali galleries: Lucille’s flying pig lounge.

No trip would be complete without checking out the local food scene. I’m a huge fan of barbecue, so when my mother’s friend suggested we have lunch at this really good barbecue place, I was stoked. ­čść From the minute you enter the place, you are bombarded with the scent of food being grilled, as…

Cali galleries: Disneyland.

The first stop of this┬áadventure was Disneyland in Anaheim, California. From the airport, I took a shuttle straight there, with no time to spare. It was about an hour and a half drive away from LA, from the drive alone I could already see how different this place was from the windy city. Without further…

Chicago drive by.

I live an hour away from the city, and I don’t really get out much. I love the city though, so any┬átime there’s a reason to go to Chicago, I take it and try to take in as much as I can in the time there. Yesterday, a family friend┬ásurprised his wife for her birthday…