San Diego Day 3: Sea Lions to Stargazing

On the third day of my trip to San Diego we headed to La Jolla Cove to see the sea lions and window shop. The area was gorgeous and pictures can’t do it justice.

Seals truly are the dogs of the ocean. The way they scooted across the sand left me with a huge smile on my face, but La Jolla has more than just seals. The area has adorable boutiques, coffee shops, and murals spread through the area. It was vibrant with bright pink buildings that reflected my good mood.

After leaving La Jolla we took to the beach again. Staying right on the water was the perfect location for us.

After a day at the beach, I met with my boyfriend for dinner. We went to Dirty Birds for all-you-can-eat wings. The wings were fantastic, although we had the bright idea to end the night with Ghost Pepper wings. Let’s just say, that didn’t end well.

Once our mouths were no longer on fire, we headed to a grassy patch on a cliff and stargazed. We took in the fresh air and attempted to wrap our heads around how large the universe is. We’ve been wanting to stargaze together for years, and being able to do this in California together was special.

I began to realize that California is one of my favorite places I’ve ever been, and I can’t wait to return.

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