Dan is awesome! We had such a great time sailing on San Diego Bay with all our friends. Next time we will go out on a powerboat and spend some more time.
This is a very fun racing venue. My second time here there was a children's birthday party going on and we were in the same heat. More kids than adults in that heat, but it was cool to see the kids having such a blast.
fun for our family! kept all of us entertained! kids loved the activities and wanted to stay longer. I loved that it's free and educational.
Today Inflatable World hit an all time low! I can't believe the lack of customer service. We went there paid the $30 to have the kids jump and less than 30 minutes later...Oh yeah...they were covered in vomit from sliding down one of the slides. It was all over their socks (that we threw away), all over their legs, and down the back of their shorts. I assumed that they would refund me the admission. I wasn't asking them to pay me back for the clothes that were ruined; simply a refund for the admission since we were heading home early to clean up. Refunds are against company policy and apparently customer service is too!
To live in San Diego is to live by the beach. Being near the beach means that the water is close enough to smell. That big body of water we call the ocean invites you to ride its waves, and if you don’t know how to surf, or if you want to improve your skills, Souf Tihhi and San Diego Surf School in Pacific Beach can help.Growing up in Morocco, Africa, Souf, owner and founder of San Diego Surf School, fell in love with surfing early on in life. Taking cues from his older brother, he began surfing sometime in his seventh year of life. He has since surfed around Africa, Europe, Hawaii, California, Mexico and the East Coast. Souf went to Hawaii for college to study and surf. He spent his summers as a surf instructor in San Diego until he graduated and opened his own school. “I started out with nothing pretty much,” Souf said. He built the business from the ground up getting clients here and there until one day he realized that he had more clients than he could handle himself.Souf now has up to 30 instructors working in the summer time, holding classes, lessons and camps, but they’re not just for beginners. “[I want] to share what I’ve learned with others and spread what surfing is all about. It’s a really fun sport and I pretty much wanted everyone to experience that,” he said.His school is about more than just surfing. Souf and his team of instructors want people to experience the culture of surfing and learn to care about their surroundings. “We teach a lot about the waves and how to respect the ocean and to give to the community,” he explained.The most important part of surfing, and the core of San Diego Surf School, is to have fun. “The best surfer is the one having the most fun,” Souf said.