Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I got into an argument with a few Vietnamese people. As we made it back down to Lao Cai from Sapa, we wanted to get some food, but the train line lost Tony's ticket or something and we wasted about 30 minutes trying to get all that straightened out. We had to settle for a big baguette as our lunch/dinner before boarding the train back to ...
... night - just a few nibbles on the train. We were escorted to an air conditioned van and driven up the mountains to the Lung Khau Nhin Market, that is only held on a Thursday. The mountain people come to buy anything and everything, including pigs and buffaloes. As we drove through the steep, spectacular mountains, there were crops of tea, pineapple, sugar, bananas, rubber trees, rice and corn and more corn! This ...
... So Jason took our bags across first, then came to get me and we piggy backed across the water. Everyone in the group was laughing at us as he carried me across, but we made it! Eventually we arrived at a restaurant where we had some horrible noodles... We were in Vietnam home of the noodle soup and we were eating super noodles! Rubbish! On the trek I'd been talking to Sa about her life in Sapa. She told me that girls marry young (most at 16) and at 19 she hopes ...
Established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa is the one place in the northwest where tourism is booming. It’s now firmly on the European and North American package tour circuit, and well-equipped trekkers toting lightweight walking sticks and wearing technical all-weather gear are a common sight around town.
The town is orientated to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear ...
Our over night train to Sa Pa was actually really nice and I managed to get a little bit of sleep. When we got off our connecting bus in Sa Pa town, it looked really quaint and the air felt so cool. It was so nice to not be sweaty! As soon as we started walking to our hotel we got followed by lots of locals all dressed in traditional tribal dress. I've never been so popular in my life. I was waiting for them to start trying to get us to buy things but they were just being ...