Well imagine that. I am in Sandy Eggo, Calif also.
If you visit me. What we would shoot would depend, in part, on the weather. In the morning we would check the weather and surf report; if good surf, go out in the fairly early morning to Sunset Cliffs or Wind and Sea beach areas to shoot the surfers. After an hour or two of that, we could drive 4 miles to the Cabrillo Monument on top of Point Loma. There is an old lighthouse to shoot and terrific city and bay views. After that short stop, we would make it to the San Diego Zoo for some fabulous animal shots; this Zoo is truly world class.
If we don't spend too much time at the Zoo, we can then drive east for about 60 miles to Julian. This is a small mountain gold/silver mining town with mountain views, historic old timey town buildings.
Then race back to the beach area, specifically, Pacific Beach, in time to shoot the sunset from a nice pier that gives great shots of surfers right by the pier, plus the chance to shoot north and south views of the local beach area.
And finally, put on the widest aperture lens or your flash, and stroll up Garnet St from the pier, taking shots of the local beach bars, tatto parlors, boutiques, that provide lots of cool lighting for street shooting of the extremely active night life in that area.
Had enough? If not, we wander back over to the San Diego airport and let you take some night shots of airliners landing at the airport. Really cool shots possible.
Me, I'm beat, but only have to drive 2 miles to get home. You? I'll stick you back on an airplane and take a shot of you as you pass over head taking off for parts unknown.
Now I'm tired. Night-night~