Green Bamboo Hotel

Hamlet 4, Lao Cai Province, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hamlet 4, Lao Cai Province, Sapa.
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Viva Vietnam!

A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Aug 31, 2014

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... a bus we arrive in Phung Nha where we had arranged to stay in a homestay which was in rural Vietnam surrounded by rice and peppercorn fields. We hire bicycles and head to the town where we catch a bit toPhung Nha cave. We get paddled into this incredible cave which is full of extraordinary rock formations. The next day we check out 2 more caves. Paradise cave was described by national geographic as the most beautiful cave in the world. I don't think either ...

Time to get active

A travel blog entry by carolton on Aug 24, 2014

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... these women, and even local children, shoving bracelets and purses in your face asking you to buy stuff......very overwhelming......couple of our readers might be the recipients of a lovely hand made purse Carolyn was forced into buying! Our last day in Sapa we rented motorbikes and drove 12km to two separate waterfalls. The first, Silver Waterfall, is right in front of you off this road, and we walked up several hundred stairs to get a better view. Quite awesome. The ...

Green stairs and mountain air

A travel blog entry by saroni on Jul 17, 2014

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... as a gift for buying something. Aww, thanks moo! I will wear it forever...or at least until the end of my trip. After lunch our guide shows us how they make clothes out of the marijuana plants that grow wild all over the valley and then dye them with indigo plants. She shows us how they make food using some stone-age looking thing. She also shows us the instruments they play made from buffalo horns. These villiages are self-sufficent. They raise and grow all their food. I'm shocked ...

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

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... They passed and slowed by chance and only due to an Amber fly related eye disaster. The lack of lighting and clouds meant we were impossible to see. With the band back together we decided our night stop would be Viet Quang, an hour's drive in the dark. Bugs, and zero visibility made progress slow but eventually neon of red and blue led us to the only guesthouse in town. The foyer was an advert for poor taxidermy and excellent wood carving. The family, undertakers if you will, were ...

Sapa Memories

A travel blog entry by jojoandliam on May 22, 2014

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... whatever first aid they had, there were a few people there to help him out and a Vietnamese guy put him on the back of his bike and rode him away, I hope he is ok now. After seeing that and wondering where the hell Liam was by now, I was starting to think hiring bikes was a bad idea. But lucky he turned up not long after.

So we were on our way, FINALLY. The ride around the mountains was spectacular, winding roads, waterfalls in ...

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