Auberge Dang Trung Hotel

Address: Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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      Vietnam!

      A travel blog entry by scottestevens on Oct 01, 2014

      20 photos

      ... some natural waterslides.

      All this fun and adventure and I've hardly spoken about my bike! Over the course of the journey I put on over 2 000 km and some of the time the bike was running excellently. It's a good thing there is a mechanic on every street corner as it seemed as if there was always something a bit amiss. None of those problems mattered, though, as Vietnam is home to an impressive selection of fabulous driving roads, including the Hai Van pass made famous on Top Gear. ...

      Ha Long Bay Revisited

      A travel blog entry by smittee on Aug 13, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and the route. Please also see my previous entry on Ha long Bay.I was very pleased with all the arrangements Lan had made for us, she was wonderful and I was very glad not to worry about planning for this trip. I would recommend Lan and Ha long bay legends.com who will do all the planning for you and they were very reasonable compared to other agents and hotels. ...

      Vietnam!

      A travel blog entry by kizandfullnoon on Aug 04, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... bums/tanners for our time there. The town is quite small and quirky, with bright yellow buildings on either side of the river. We all got motorbikes and headed to the beach. We even had a go at parasailing, which was fun, although it was mainly for gopro purposes...and once we were up there we figured out it had no battery lol. We both decided to get stuff made at the tailors, Kieran a suit and Nat a blazer. Couldn't believe it when it was pretty much ready 24hrs later! We ...

      11 weeks in Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by t4andbeyond on Jul 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... and beautiful countryside of Cambodia. Our first day we accompanied Mam Sitha to various government offices and police stations where we witnessed first hand the lengthy process Mam Sitha has to undertake in order to get the correct documentation for her clients that have their land grabbed. Land grabbing is one of the most prevalent problems in Cambodia today. Mam Sitha works with locals who have had their land rights abused by their own government. In the ...

      Good Morning-Glory Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by lucybloxham on May 27, 2014

      ... run by the hostel that Ed was staying in. This had everything for everyone. Drinking, a boat party, kayaking, rock climbing, night swimming with the plankton, a night on a desert island, tubing, volleyball - it was a fun filled two days, ending with one ginormous hangover (having gone extra big for Mk turning 21 on the island). We met so many amazing people from around the world, some of whom we bumped into on various legs of our journey, the next stop of which being Hoi ...