From a walk through the city to a beach hideaway at Half moon bay, San Francisco was an adventure. I loved every moment and in a way, the city loved me right back.
The best meal was at a beachy coastal oyster shack called Sam’s that served lobster rolls and chowder. I sat near someone’s super sweet grandparents with their little lapdog named Elliot, a cute poodle. It was lovely to sit outside in the sunshine listening to Latin music on the deck overlooking the ocean. Loving life at the Pacific coastal drives, the twisty winding roads to the redwood trees and gorgeous views of the rocky coastline and the crashing waves.
Haight-Ashbury these days is full of young people, trendy hipster‘s, old hippies and Japanese tourists. Right now I’m sitting at a cafe table in Haight Street called the Daily Grind across from the Santa Clara organic market. I just got my pedicure and a great massage down the street. I’ll get kombucha, grapes, lemons and whatever I need there. On the way back to the car, with coffee from following the White Rabbit.
Yoga tomorrow again I think at Yoga Garden. I’ve been here for a while and I love every inch of it, from the tree’s blooming in the sunny, breezy May weather in the Haight to the drives along the pacific coastline and even the tech job I have at an international company I’ve grown to love.
Monday I head to work at my office in the Sunnyvale, the heart of Silicon Valley, where I’ll meet up with my colleagues from around the world.