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

Chapter 22 - The Cloud Lands

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 02, 2015

... let us stand near the door to get fresh air. Eventually we were allowed to get off and we were greeted by fine spit. As Sapa is 4,921 Ft above sea level, when it is cloudy, the town is often hidden in the clouds which was the case today.

What I hadn't been told was that I was booked under someone else's name which meant that when people came to pick us up from the bus stop, my name wasn't written anywhere. I had my receipt so I knew that I was booked in. ...

Day 140. Hotel luxury dreams dashed

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Jan 15, 2015

3 comments, 19 photos

... a log fire for the nightcap and then on to our cold bed. So cold we had to rent a heater for the evening, £1.50. Observations or things we learnt: - Chi's grandad is 110 years old and is a Shamen - Local ladies are very pushy and have a persistent sales technique. We gave one lady three bananas though and she was very happy and left us alone straight away - The older generation are very sad about the development and changes that are happening, they don't want ...

Surrounded By Mountains And Hilltribe Ladies

A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Dec 21, 2014

48 photos

... of blood, not sure what it would be used for but people were buying it. Next up was the fruit and vegetables section where I came across rambutans at shop run by a lovely lady and her young son. He wanted to be the boss and take my money when I was paying for my fruit. He then gave me a high five and the biggest smile, such a cutie! In the same area were people cutting up sugar cane stalks for people to transport away in their baskets, many didn't make it that far being munched ...

Covered in mud

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Dec 10, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

Whilst I am not normally one for organised tours, sometimes they are the best option. The planning is fun but gets tiring, especially after this long. There are a zillion travel agencies in Hanoi. Which one to choose? We found one recommended in LP that we liked the sound of and they seemed comparable price wise to a few others we'd seen, so after visiting their office we were sold on a 4 night Sapa trip plus a 2 night trip to Halong Bay.

Some of the touring would be a ...

Sapa: A story of rice paddies, views - and fog

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Dec 03, 2014

41 photos

... again - never accept the first price quoted when buying things in Vietnam.

After a quick breakfast, and getting some snacks and water for the trek, we met Tom Tom. As the rain got a bit heavier she asked us if we would prefer having wellies to keep our feet dry. I was happy with my hiking shoes, but Julia thought tit might be a better idea (it kept her feet dry, but she was sliding more than the rest of us did...). So off we went to a place where you can rent wellies for ...