Bien May Hotel

Address: 10 Thi tran Sapa, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 10 Thi tran Sapa, Sapa.
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Hi ho, hi ho it's off to the homestay we go..!

A travel blog entry by e3ga on Oct 02, 2014

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... homestay. Jenny got her wish and cruised up the final part of the hill to the homestay by scooter. What a hoot! She was hanging on for dear life as the tiny driver negotiated the slippery path up to the house - full tilting rain, howls of laughter from the rest of the group - go Jenny!!!

A welcome sight, the Red Dzao homestay is basic but beautiful. The house is large - a wooden structure with dirt floor. Cooking is all done on an open fire in ...

Visiting friends in Sapa

A travel blog entry by souter on Sep 29, 2014

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... went to the market for some lunch and we met back at the hotel. Later the clouds lifted and the sun came out and the view from out balcony was very clear. The clear afternoon didn't last long though and soon the fog rolled in. We decided to cook at the hotel kitchen and had a couple of games of snooker while we waited for the kitchen to be free before we made some fried rice for dinner.
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Viva Vietnam!

A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Aug 31, 2014

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... rice fields. Unfortunately we were not to see this until our last day because it rained pretty much non stop for 2 days! Not to be put off we filled our time with herbal baths, steam rooms and massages and when the rain was less vigorous we managed to climb Ham Rong mountain park. Thankfully the rain disappeared on our last day and we managed to see the iconic scenery. It is worth mentioning that during our visit to Sapa the whole of Vietnam ...

Time to get active

A travel blog entry by carolton on Aug 24, 2014

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... the 2 hour ride and get in. Within minutes of driving, the van makes a stop and someone gets in. Couple minutes later, another stop and another couple Vietnamese locals jump in. Couple stops later, the van is now full with all 12 seats and we start driving. 5 minutes later, van stops again, and 4 more Vietnamese teens jump in. Keep in mind, there are no seats left! So in this van, there's Me, Carolyn, Josh and about 14 Vietnamese locals. Many sharing a seat or sitting on top of ...

Rice terraces and vomit. sorry, sapa!

A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Aug 24, 2014

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... at 19. in total, she has 5 children and they all help in running the house. this seems to be pretty typical in the h'mong culture. the more family members, the smoother things run. we got to jia's house around 3pm. 6 hours of trekking aka whooped! for whatever reason, i didn't think the house would be so primitive. the floor was dirt and the walls were a mix of plain cement and woods. ducks and chickens roamed freely in the home. lily, jia's ...

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