Last week I have started a series of posts about the city me and hubby call home. The first post that went live was supposed to be an introduction to general climate and life in San Diego, California, just so you know what to expect in case you visit or even think of moving here. Because of this city's diversity, I had to divide it into several posts, otherwise it would have been one very long story. So if you haven't read the first post, then you better start there. Now that you know a bit more about the climate, let's talk about the fun stuff.
San Diego has no short list of things to do at the coast, from kayaking in the ocean (we did it and loved it) or paragliding above it to sailing or simply admiring one of its famous sunsets, just to name a few. As I mentioned above, it's quite diverse and you can find just about anything here.
When you say San Diego, I bet the first thing that comes in your mind are its beautiful beaches but, there's so much more to this city.
It's true, San Diego has several beaches, each very different from the other and all worthy of visiting but what makes it so interesting is the diversity in population and cultures, vegetation and even climate - all it takes is just a twenty-minute drive East or West (depending on where you find yourself) and you'll see what I'm talking about.