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... to understand that that was actually harder for her. So we started off with a group of local Black H’mong ladies following us which is pretty normal here. They try and start up conversations with you and hope that you will buy stuff off them at the end. Little did we know how much we were going to need them. The hike was a 6km walk down the road but when we eventually turned off, that’s when the fun and games started. This track was ...
... into the river.
We then were driven to another town called Ta Phin about 8 km away where the very colorful Red Dzao people live. As soon as the bus got into town we were surrounded by the Red Dzao women who were carrying either basket with their home made quilted wares or a baby colorfully dressed in their back. All women wear a red handmade hat, hence the name Red. Strangely some of the streets we walked on, were of natural marble. The Red ...
... for the train and once we got on, these two fat Spanish women started fussing with seating arrangements. We tried to help but they spoke no English at all - like what the hell, even the black muong women speak some english! In the end, luck went our way, the Spanish women moved out of our cabin and we organised so that jevan and Joel moved into ours! We chatted to them for a while and laughed at the stupidity of the spaniards for a bit before ...
... after over 5 hours hiking. You get a little plastic bowl to pour water over your shoulders and head...the hardest thing is trying not to fall asleep!!!! After about 30 minutes of soaking it is time to get out, all fresh and with soft skin. We head back to the homestay (that is a long 30 minutes walk with over relaxed limbs!!!) where a huge table awaits us. We sit to dinner 2 Canadians, 4 French and 2 Australian and have a wonderful evening. The night itself is not so bad ...
... 3 British girls I had met back in Dalat, and we all got off the bus only to be completely surrounded by the particularly petite Sapa women. It was overwhelming, I was not expecting this sweet looking ladies to be so aggressive for our attention. After a confusing 20 minutes, a man with a sheet of paper with a list of names on it came around and ushered us into a van. The van brought us to a hotel where we were given breakfast (a choice of western or traditional ...
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