Anh Nguyet Hotel 1

Address: 479 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Yen Bai, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yen Bai

Shopping Day

A travel blog entry by abhichauhan on Jun 10, 2014

52 photos

This Morning, The Ship Was Stopped In A Middle On No Where.The Small Boats Were Brought,which Helped Us In Reaching The Vietnam.Before Vietnam We Went To See These Mountains,which Are Spread Over 200 Kms.You Can Call Them Mountains Or Islands.The Ship Was An Non-Ac.The Humidity Level Was High That Day.I Was Sweating Like Anything.After ...

Day 02 Thac Ba to Bac Ha

A travel blog entry by raska1 on May 09, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

Missed an entry or two synching with the iPad app so stuck this one in here. We had a peaceful night overlooking a bay in the Tuyen Quang district highlands near Thac Ba somewhere.

I don't know what its called but the retreat, for want of a better description was at the end of an arduous dirt track ride in. The support vehicle couldn't make the trip so we had to strap all our luggage to the bikes for this part of ...

The Road to Hanoi

A travel blog entry by new_lands on Nov 26, 2012

36 photos

After the Sa Pa Valley and Heaven’s Gate I return to Lao Cai, getting me back on track for heading down to Hanoi. I really am making my route up as I go, not looking too far in advance but planning as such in manageable chunks, and I choose a route down to Hanoi through stunning scenery and villages. I am armed with a ‘tourist’ map of the whole of Vietnam that I got in Sa Pa which seems to have the main routes and points of ...

And A Rice Terrace Runs Through It

A travel blog entry by trockie on Nov 03, 2011

... upon my body but I am no longer feeling bad, just weakened. I say a prayer of thanks both for my newly gained health and the ability to continue on in my journey and get ready.

Once I am dressed I head down to the dining room and on the way down the dirt path I am greeted, just short of being nuzzled, by a small horse. If I wasn't going to be eating and/or there were ample washing facilities at the dining room, I would stop ...

Rolling through the Rice Paddies

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Feb 08, 2011

10 comments, 3 photos

I have never stayed above a mattress shop before. You would think that with all of those lovely soft bases below, one would sleep very well. We did not, suffering the most with a ridiculous amount of noise from the hotel. It seems that Tet, the Vietnamese New Year is being milked.

Having just left town we met another tourer. This guy was French and was cycling up to where we had come. We had the "Where have you come from? Where are ...