Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... each). We arrived in Sapa and got the drivers name and the minibus number so that we could report the situation. I know it doesn't sound like much, but it's more the fact that you're getting ripped off and taken advantage of. Of course, these guys had no idea who they were dealing with...we were not going to let this slide!!!!
Our hotel is very nice and the people extremely accommodating. We have a heater in the room, (thank ...
... a peak in. There is a small bag under a vase on the ground outside the door. Lying next to it is a long bamboo marijuana pipe. Nghie takes a tiny amount out of the packet , lights it and has a couple of puffs before declaring it "very strong". Looks like it was a matter of courtesy not to refuse the head man's hospitality. At the end of the walk we go in to the house of the local government district boss who Nghie says is a friend. Nghie uses their kitchen ...
... Spanish guys (who were very gentlemanly, kindly offering me a beer and one of their lower bunks)...as well as a not-so-welcoming family of cockroaches...OH. DEAR. LAWD. If you can remember from my time in Bali...these buggers give me the chills. Having comfortably settled into my lower bunk, one of the guys pointed one out, which then ran away under the tiny window table...PHEW. Whilst reading my book, I then noticed a few baby ones start to crawl past me along the ...
... accurately, spirit - it’s made from storing sticky rice for twenty days, then boiling through a still. The result is a potent, vodka-like solution guaranteed to remove all social awkwardness. Or awareness even.
We sit in the smoky gloom, as small china cups are filled - Mr Ti’s only half-filled I notice. We say cheers in Hmong, then Vietnamese, and try a few variations in English (bottoms up, down the hatch etc.) each time with a new warming, liquifying ...
... which was a nice opportunity to have a break and a cold drink. We reached Chung's at about 1pm where she prepared a lovely lunch. We spent a couple of hours there before going by a different route to the bottom of the valley where we hoped to catch a moto taxi back up to Sapa. No luck, but after walking for about 1/2 hour one came along and took La up to her home. About 10 minutes later it came back for us and drove us the 6 kms up to the hotel. Should sleep well ...