Sapa Golden Sea
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... are in Ta Van village, about three kilometers past Lao Chai, so they finish earlier than us. Our guide told us he likes staying Lao Chai because Mai is the nicest of the homestay people. That was good to hear - she was very sweet.
Got back to Sapa and S. and I parted ways. She was heading back to Hanoi that afternoon on the 4. pm bus, which she'd already bought tickets for and I had decided to stay one ...
... seats across in a 2-1 fashion. The seats were really wide and they laid back quite a ways. There were also headrests for everyone and blankets and they gave out little mini water bottles about halfway through the trip. So that was nice. The ride was about four and a half hours long so I figured we'd make a pit stop somewhere along the way, which we did. The roads though are fairly deserted once you get north of Hanoi, so it was just an extra lane that ...
... deal...) then we ate some lunch in another local village, hung out in the village and caught a bus back to Sapa town. Now dinner in Sapa and I am on my way to the train...the dreaded train...Im going to try to get an "upgrade" to see if I can get a car with AC as I almost died last time - I am arriving in Hanoi at 5am and the hotel i booked through will feed my breakfast and let me have a shower....followed by a car to take my straight to ...
... for Rana. We see (and smell) large fields of cannabis grown for the hemp to make the clothes. Mao gives me a wink and promises me a smoke later, Mama Ti says something about Happy Water and they all start to laugh.
We pause for an excellent lunch of rice and pork in a tarpaulin cafe by the side of an otherwise deserted road. The local Hmong children are here and are as persistent as their mothers in Sa Pa; clutching cloth wristbands they petition us to “buy ...
... darkness to admire the millions of stars. ( and this would be the rating this house would receive)
This morning I woke up and looked from my bed at the view through the windows in disbelief. (who needs curtains?)
Just see if you agree.
And then for those who supported the effort to save little Tommie’s life last year. Tommie is now 17 months old and is doing very ...