Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so we got a lift to Grand View, the actual hotel we were staying at! We had pancakes for breakfast before our tour guide (a lady called Na dressed in traditional clothes) picked us up ready for our day of trekking. We had rather a big entourage with many women following us on our walk. One with a baby tied to her back!
The walk started off in the town and then veered off down the mountain side where we got spectacular views of the rice paddies which covered the ...
... through another couple of villages and learning a lot about how the locals survived and made their clothes and food, and using every last ounce of energy , with our limbs and bodies hurting like never before, we finally made it to our ride back up to our hotel.. Sitting in the back of the car we realised that we had trekked approximately 20 kms so the exhaustion was explained..After an obligatory photo ...
... hike through the area and saw a beautiful bamboo forest and many happy buffalo.
That evening, we were set up at a local hotel. We couldn’t believe our good luck when we saw our room! We had a T.V. with HBO and a beautiful bathroom with a bathtub and everything! It was quite luxurious (for our low standards) and we were overjoyed to indulge in a hot shower to wash the layers of mud and grime off ourselves.
We were so disappointed ...
... so low all of the time. It looks like smoke as it flies between the buildings in the town it's bizarre. Scott's beard was catching all the water droplets whilst we were on the bike. It was quite funny! We went down to find the rattan bridge where we bumped into Oli and Chris on a trek! The locals were following us everywhere, young girls carrying the babies on their backs using blankets wrapped around them to hold the babies in place. It's nice to walk ...
... for the fire for cooking, so smoke was a problem. It was in a much more compact area of a village. She lives with her husband, three children, and a very cute but filthy puppy, which nearly came back with us in my rucksack. We sat in the sun and snacked on some sweet cake, before helping prepare for dinner. This involved peeling the garlic and rolling the spring rolls using rice paper. Chris in particular created some interesting looking spring rolls! Another feast ...