Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... rescue him, he decided he didn't want to come down, and dug his claws in. They managed to get him down, although he was clinging on for dear life to the guys arm, like he was doing a cat pull up. That must've hurt. We wandered back towards our hotel, and stopped for lunch at a nice little sanctuary of a cafe. It was like a library it was so quiet. It was nice to get away from the all the city noise for a bit. In the evening after a shower we had some grub, and just as ...
... ready for our walking to a village for the morning. We were heading to Cat cat village which is home to the HMung people who we have come across in Laos already. They still live a fairly subsistence lifestyle and the women do embroidery and handcrafts as well. The village was down a dirt road then down a series of well built steps at the bottom of a very spectacular valley. We got a great view of the cloud topped Fansipan mountain which is the ...
... seemed earlier on. We trekked a small while further until reaching the homestay. All 20 of us stayed with a family who were used to having such tours, usually about three or four times a week. We all had much needed showers, and a nice homemade tea. There wasn't anything planned for the rest of the day, the only minor fault in the itinerary, but I suppose it gave people a chance to just chat, relax or have a quick nap. To finish tea and the night off, we ...
... valley. We finally reached the valley floor and were greeted with a rushing river and waterfall. A small suspension bridge spanned the river where we watched H'mong women washing their clothes on the riverbank. The path flattened out and we followed the river along the valley floor and cooled in the shade of the rocks that flanked the sides. Soon enough the path began to start its ascent and after a while steep steps greeted the beginning of our ...
... br> In Sapa the minibus dropped us off at point close to our hotel, Sapa Panorama, at a shortcut for pedestrians. Good if you’re walking empty handed but we struggled dragging our wheeled 20kg bags. Lucky for us at least 4 H’mong ladies shadowing us lent a hand.
Reception greeted us offering comfy seating & the opportunity to have breakfast for a small fee was taken up as we weren't actually checked in yet. Some hours were spent there ...