Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... side of the Muong Hoa valley to the Y Linh Ho village of the Black H’Mong people. Some of the track was quite steep and also slippery because of the rain we were experiencing and the H’mong ladies would take us by the hand and assist us in any of the tricky spots. I slipped over about 3 times, taking one of them with me once but no-one was hurt and we all had a laugh about it. Even more extraordinary was that two of them were ...
... we just ate at the same place. The couple and Spanish people were also there as well as Eddie and we had a good meal - as usual it was tofu filled. It was so good having a guide since food was really no problem whatsoever with him. All of us then went to the square which had a really cool vibe! Everyone in the town seemed to be out here walking around and doing exercise! We spent ages watching the kids play this game like hackey sack. They use this feathery ...
... the mattresses are much too hard, but well, seems to be the norm here! The next morning the sky is a little darker and about 30 minutes after we leave it starts drizzling...luckily we have our raincoats and it is not too much of a problem. It is just a shame for the views. After 2 hours walking through fields and villages we arrive at a main road where our minivan is waiting for us to drive us to Bac Ha, where we will sleep tonight to be early at the Sunday ...
... tea. The cup of tea was so small that I finished it in a couple sips and asked for another. I was rudely told I was only allowed 1 cup of tea, so I offered to pay for another and they still refused. I was dumbfounded. It made no sense to me at all. Anyway, our tour guide, Mai, came around to gather our group of 9 and start our trek. Mai is 19, and probably no more than 5 feet tall, with one of the biggest personalities I have ever encountered. What came as a surprise ...
... women had bruised foreheads, I commented on them ,she said Yes ! cure pain , I told he we used panadol !!! she laughed heartily and showed me her fore arms, by the bruises I can only assume she had major surgery , I said so , and she laughed heartily yet again. Thought I was a very funny lady . . My God their life is so hard. No more complaints from me about getting up at 6am.. The walk nearly "done me in " as it was long ...