If LA is a mecca for J, San Diego is a forgotten city. But it was made it up this time. We stopped by Giesel library in UCSD, for a picture of an iconic building designed by William Pereira, an American architect who also designed Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco. Our destination was of course beaches, for which San Diego is renown for. And it did not let us down. A stroll on Tory Pine beach and another more than one hour time on La Jolla beach relived our old memories. What appealed to J in particular were the seals and sea lions at La Jolla. Contrasted with the quiet seals lying flat on the sand at one side of beach were the noisy sea lions on the other, barking on the rocks fighting each other, as the dusk drew near. J took pictures and videos of them, replaying and sharing the moments with us at home.