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Pack the Sunblock When You Whale Watch– For the Whales

Pack the Sunblock When You Whale Watch– For the Whales December 1, 2010 | Eco-Travel, Mexico, San Diego, Travel News | Read More
Some environmentally friendly company will likely be able to put together some sort of sunscreen specially made for whales. It won’t be a moment too soon, according to some new research. In the Gulf of California outside Baja, Mexico, scientists from the Zoological Society of London found that...

Nerdy Conventions: Get Your Con On

Nerdy Conventions: Get Your Con On April 14, 2010 | Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco | Read More
In the wake of the most recent installment of San Francisco’s WonderCon, one might expect that the comic dorks among us here at NileGuide would be all role-played out. And we were… for about a week. The days leading up to the comics convention were heady ones indeed, with high hopes from organizers...

San Diego: A Local Spin on the Tourist Hot Spots

San Diego: A Local Spin on the Tourist Hot Spots January 12, 2010 | San Diego | Read More
While many spots seem like typical tourist destinations to anyone familiar with San Diego, add a local’s perspective and you’ll find another side to the looking glass – and discover why natives love it so much. 1. Balboa Park: Though the Balboa Park remains San Diego’s biggest...

Photo Friday: Blue Tide

Photo Friday: Blue Tide March 27, 2009 | Photo Friday, San Diego | Read More
In which NileGuide destination was this photo taken? UPDATE 3/30: The photo was taken in La Jolla at the Children’s Pool Beach. Originally designed as a safe place for children to wade, this pool is now a haven for sunbathing seals and children alike. The Tide Pools at La Jolla Cove and La Jolla...
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