Sapa Golden Sea
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... ignoring them completely was the only way to get them to let us try and enjoy our meals in peace. Lunch finished and we were freed from the masses of women selling things no one really needed. 45 minutes later, we were at our home-stay in Ta Van, a little village within Sapa where we would spend the night. We met the family who was hosting us, and made our way up a ladder to balcony that was the 2nd story of the home. Thin mattresses with mosquito nets were neatly ...
... t many Vietnamese here or conical hats. The population was made up of Vietnam’s ethnic minority groups. The majority being the H’mong people. The weather was cooler, there was a crisp breeze and the scenery was simply breath taking. Perfect conditions allowed for comfortable hiking, which is what we came for. We had the pleasure of being led on a 10km hike down a mountain and through local minority group villages by two local H’mong women - Chi Gia and Yea, who gave ...
This morning was all going well. We had a nice pancake breakfast and said goodbye to the Vietnamese family we stayed with. I was last to leave as I was taking some photos of the little boy waving goodbye. Another guy Zack ran back as he had forgot something. We were only about 30 seconds behind the group as we walked down the hill. We got to the main road and we had no idea what direction the group had gone. We went left heading back ...
Its's 6am, the mountains outside our window are shrouded in mist. The peaks become visible as the sun rose, the mist and low cloud clung to the valley's, seemingly as if someone had painted a broad brush stroke of white. As the sun rose still higher the band of cloud shifted giving another perspective to the dawn. Breakfast was good and filling and Vietnamese coffee in my opinion, the best. We pondered our day whilst we ate and decided exploration is ...
... they wore just flip flops (or “Thongs/Jandals” for the Antipodeans). Our trainers and walking shoes were sliding all over the place and the local people worked hard to support us and keep us on our feet. It was a really tough walk but the scenery around us was lovely. As an indication of how tough the walk was just before luch there was a twisty steep descent that reduced Carlee to tears. She had an upset stomach when we started the walk and that combined ...