Auberge Dang Trung Hotel
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Llegamos después de un viaje nocturno desde Hanoi, en un coche cama que compartimos con unas señoras italianas, muy simpáticas. La llegada a Lao Cai, a unos 30 kms de Sapa fue a las 5am, luego abordamos una van y llegamos a Sapa, pequeño pueblo en medio de las montañas del norte de Vietnam, cerca de la frontera con China. …
... bunk beds, which is great, the rooms are super clean and so is the rest of the hostel. The pool is nice, although I swear it's heated, and has deckchairs all around. And can swim right up to 11pm. It has such a relaxed vibe everyone chilling out and relaxing. A good place to meet people and trade advice with people heading up Vietnam. Day 2 Today we got up before dawn and headed off in a jeep with ...
... of the food (1,5 week)
- The people from the north and south looks different. It is almost like it is two countries (what was kind of before)
- In the countryside lots of children kiting (vliegeren) at night
- Mr Chow collects it cigarettes and trow them later away in a bin in stead of in the nature (I like!)
- You can buy on the streets a baguette with egg for really cheap (lesser than 50 euro cent)
- Backpacking is about low budget travelling. So ...
... of the car. Over the next two days this changed to some extend and we still had the chance to see the beautiful countryside. The bungalow we stayed in got upgraded as they didn’t have many clients so we could enjoy the views from our bedroom. One hour away from Sapa is a city called Lao Cai. Here we walked over the border to China. Going through immigration was quite interesting. They stared at Kayla’s passport for about 5 minutes ...
... exception. We decided to wait the day and hope for better weather the following day. It turned out to be the same and we opted for a day trip rather than spending a night on a wet and miserable island. It was an adventure! I'm glad I saw the bay but for the full effect maybe I'll have to return one day... Maybe.
The last stretch of our journey together was the ride back inland to Hanoi, Vietnam's capital city. The last leg of this trip was painless and our arrival in Hanoi ...