Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Stranded in Yucca Valley


It was during the third day of Coachella that we went to this hidden gem in California, Yucca Valley. It takes about 45 minutes to drive from Palm Springs here, a secluded desert just before Joshua Tree. Well, we actually planned to visit Joshua Tree at first but after we found this, we decided to just stay here, a true getaway, in the middle of the desert.

We stayed here for two nights to experience the difference; sleeping inside the airstream and showering in the open air, why not? Not enough electricity and no food inside, no problems.

How do we know about this place? So, we first found out about the accommodation through Airbnb while looking for a place to stay in Joshua Tree, it called Desert Yacht Club (you can find it on instagram as well), and turned out we liked it in Yucca Valley and so in the end, we didn't make it to Joshua Tree.

About surviving here is actually not a big deal, you just need to buy enough food and snacks supply and you'll be fine, or you can also cook inside the airstream or in the open pantry if you want. The showering part is a little bit harder, you can either shower inside the airstream or in the open; however it's too small to shower inside and the water at the open shower gets too hot in 5 minutes, when I say too hot, it means boiling hot! So yeah basically you only have 5 minutes to shower but well we made it though we only showered there ONCE during our stay hahaha. To sum up everything, it's worth to try ;)








Embroidered blouse - Zara
Scarf - Christian Dior
Clear boots - Forever 21

Pics by Andreas Zhu

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  5. Omg, this is surely the kinda place that I'd love to stay some day!
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  6. This place looks so beautiful.I wish I could go there soon.The pictures are fab.

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