Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Sapa
... screamed an bled while they were hastily strapped back on. The cool of the Sapa hills was a welcome reminder of our progress and Emma stopped for several bum breaks. My hand was numb. We arrived home for 5pm a full two hours behind the Kiwi brothers. The 200 km trip had taken us 7 hours and we fell into our Elysian rain shower feeling exhausted and accomplished. Any great road trip requires an after party and we met back at the scene of our departure where we filled our bellies and ...
... bureau and an iron smith. A great atmosphere and no smell. It is very clean. I decided to buy some items from one stall and approach a chap who seems to be the owner. He immediately points me to his wife, who does the haggling. It is the usual process of different offers being typed out on a calculator, looks of shock at our mutual entries, and an ever gradual move toward smiles and nods. Once or twice she adds three zeros to my offer increasing thousands to ...
... 3000m) is supposed to be a really good trek. We opted for a short trek on the first day then a longer on the second, staying at the hotel rather than a home stay. Our short trek was to Cat Cat village to see a waterfall and some Black Hmong dancing. Though this does slightly feel like a human zoo, it is interesting to see the detailed dress and embroidered artwork that the ladies wear and the money from tourism helps build roads, schools and electricity to ...
... own language, culture, traditions and dress.
The day of our full day trek dawned bright and sunny and we made our way up to the Sapa O'Chau (which means welcome in H'mong) 'office' which is in fact a cafe serving the best tea in Vietnam (Yorkshire tea). Our guide for the day was a young H'mong lad called Lu. He had learnt his English through attending lessons run by the organisation. In the town there are many H'mong women selling traditional handicrafts ...
... English but goes to the primary school
down the road. Primary school here seems to be more like a kindergarten and
lower primary, with the secondary school only teaching lids up to about 9. High
school is only available in the bigger towns like sapa and is very expensive as
the government doesn’t pay for it like the other two. Sinhs husband goes ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet