Shroom Caves

As Solana Beach’s worst kept secret, it seems that almost every local San Diegan has at least heard of the Shroom Caves. The tall, sandstone caves that are visible from the 5 freeway are a favorite hangout spot among local teenagers, and a canvas  for graffiti artists. I first heard of this place as a … More Shroom Caves

Toronto

This past weekend, I finally dragged my family out to Canada to not only get a chance to get out of the house, but to see a new city and a World Wonder or two. Our initial plan was to venture to Niagara falls for a day trip, and return home in the evening, but … More Toronto

Lake Hodges Dam

One of the coolest urban places in the San Diego by far can be found off the Del Dios Highway right before you hit Lake Hodges: the Lake Hodges dam. Now before I go into my review of this place, I have to put out a disclaimer: this place is prohibited to visit and can … More Lake Hodges Dam

Adobe Falls

Hidden in the suburbs surrounding San Diego State University is a truly amazing find: a waterfall haven that has become a canvas for local street artists, otherwise known as Adobe Falls. A mix of nature and urbanization, Adobe Falls is one of the most unique spots in San Diego that I’ve been to. The place consists … More Adobe Falls