Pony profile walking by our table on Playas de Rosarito.
Equestrian adventures cater to tourists, young and old, in Baja California.
Entrepreneurs aggressively stalked new visitors, hawking hoodies, jewelry and fresh coconut juice.
At our beach club: Two-for-one cocktails, ceviche and tacos. A Salsa-version of 50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ (It’s Your Birthday) blasted away on the speakers.
Napa seems like a distant memory.
I turned 37 in Baja California.
My hubby and I celebrated with a wine tasting tour of Valle de Guadalupe.
I loved the wine here.
I think we could have spent all day at Vinisterra. The tasting room operator kept opening bottles. Another family enjoyed a cheese plate. We toured the vineyard and chilled out on the patio, lounging in arm chairs made from wine barrels.
My souvenir: Vinisterra Macouzet – 2008 Tempranillo.
This is one my favorite spots to enjoy a sunset with hints of pink, orange and blue.
We celebrated a wedding and reunited with best friends at the Royal Kona Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Add a fruity cocktail with vodka, mixed with pineapple and orange juice. Paradise.
A ukulele version of “L.O.V.E” played on our plane after we landed in Honolulu. This song now brings me back to the sun, surf and sweet memories of our quick weekend trip to Hawaii.
I also sampled the sweet flavors of the island after a hot, sweaty hike between beaches.
We gobbled up shaved ice with ice cream drizzle at Hapuna Beach.
This is my entry for this week’s Photo Friday: Orange.
We were stuck in a parking lot as opening festivities kicked off for Military Opening Day.
We watched members of the U.S. Navy Leap Frogs glide past offices and apartment buildings. Then they landed at the ball park.
Posted in cali_lovin on 03/29/2015 07:26 am by Queenkv
So tasty together: layers of butter cream and cashews. My cousin’s sans rival cake is one of my favorite Filipino deserts.
It’s just one of the perks of moving to San Diego. It’s lovely to live so close to family.
Thanks to my work schedule, I can enjoy more birthdays, baby showers and brunches.
Thanks to my nephews and nieces, I had Bruno Mars’ “Just The Way You Are,” stuck in my head for the work week.