On your way to Chicago but only have a little money and a few days? Want to explore this historic city and soak up the culture, nightlife, and tourism all on a limited time and budget? Have no fear! Chicago is a unique and cool city, definitely one to see. Here's what to see if … Continue reading How to do Chicago on a Budget
For a class photo essay, I walked around downtown San Diego and passed out donuts to homeless individuals and met and spoke with them about their lives. It was an incredible experience. Hear their stories...
Hello all! Hope you had a relaxing Veteran's Day long weekend. As I previously posted, I spent mine road tripping, camping, and hiking down into the Grand Canyon! Here are a few things I learned that can help you plan your own trip... #1 November is definitely a good time to go. We were a … Continue reading Hiking Down into One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World: the Grand Canyon
Hi everyone! I am currently planning a camping/ hiking/ road trip to the Grand Canyon to take place over the upcoming long Veterans Day weekend. I live in San Diego and the drive will be 8 hours. I've reserved a campground in the Village of the Grand Canyon, and am planning to take a shuttle … Continue reading Upcoming Trip to the Grand Canyon!
For those of you who love San Diego but are looking to get a little more adventurous, don’t forget about our neighbors! I recently visited Tijuana, Mexico, and it was a great time. Here are some tips on how to make your trip fun and safe. Go in a group. This seems obvious, but you … Continue reading How To Do Tijuana
Potato Chip Rock, an 8-mile hike located north of San Diego in Ramona, is a mostly uphill but not too difficult climb with a great place for pictures at the top. You can hike up to the peak to see the famous “potato chip” cliff that everyone poses on, and then continue down the trail … Continue reading Hiking in San Diego: Potato Chip Rock