Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was the dry season. Really! He also told that the rice terraces looked beautiful in the summer. Good! After negotiating the narrow windy roads & a mud slide, we arrived at our hotel, Fansipan View Hotel around 7.30am and as soon as we stopped we were descended upon by 15-20 women in their cultural costumes wanting to help us with our luggage. I didn't need this the way I was feeling. In reception we were given the keys to a room, which was a result. ...
... airport minibus with some backpackers and lots of locals... 'Twas quite the cosy ride! Not when my bladder and head started screaming for some relief...! But hey... First impressions don't always count... I now really like Hanoi. This lively, bustling, got-to-be-quick-on-your-feet-if-you-don 't want-to-get-run-over-by-a-scooter place has grown on me! Hey, I've survived crossing the road so far... Surely onto a winner there? I will talk more in depth about Hanoi in a ...
... next to us. They are built on stilts which is how you can tell what they are. They were growing flowers for sale like in Dalat. I picked up two bamboo walking sticks that were lying already cut on the side of the trail just after breaking away from the main road, which I used for the steep downhills to take weight off my knees. Apparently sometimes the little boys will sell them to tourists so I was glad I got mine for free. We also saw a ...
... socks and mitts to bed kind of cold - but we do have fireplaces in our hotels to heat them so I got one started for me, so Im thinking "best night ever". Fire place, had a glass of wine, sleeping in a comfy bed...well turns out the chimney is broken or lets be real, its Vietnam they probably dont have the best working chimneys at the best of times so instead of heating my room and snuggling up my the firpit I ...
... living in the mountains... More about our guide: she learned English from tourist, never going to any English lesson… but she speaks well and she can understand almost everything. When we are talking about traveling I’m surprised when she tell us that she newer been even in Hanoi. She has been only in her village (we’re going there tomorrow), Sa Pa and the places around.
Great at least the waterfalls are more visible :) their height is 200 m and you can walk ...