From San Francisco to the north you’ll find the secret land of wine, vertiginous cliffs, beaches strewn with driftwood and coastal villages like Mendocino. If you visit the area, you will be able to enjoy the mist at sunset and watching whales on the horizon.
While looking for housing on the north of San Francisco, I found this gem. An old school bus converted into a home more than a decade ago. Of course, you don’t have every day the opportunity to sleep in a so original and well kept place.
Its owner, Blake, has managed to reflect the free spirit born in San Francisco in the 60s. The predominance of bright colors, floral details, respect for the environment and the rejection of materialism, are some of the sensations that she has managed to convey the aesthetics and rules that characterize the hippy movement that came into our lives to stay and we can revive in this place. In the words of Blake: “Live lightly on the land”.