Bien May Hotel

10 Thi tran Sapa, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Sapa 1600 meters

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters

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... to be with and assist my friend Eddy, who is running a bar, build a house, run a family, work with people who build his house and who think and reason on a very different level, all simultaneously. Having a friend who he can discuss things with comes as a heaven sent for him as his only other connection with westerners are very superficial contacts through a variety of tourist who visit his bar at night. I am living in his Eddy and ...

Tribal Villages & Rice Fields

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri

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... tactics soon became exhausting.

Meanwhile, we weren’t viewing much scenery. We enjoyed being outside and hiking but the wide vistas and rice field terraces along the mountainsides that we had hoped to see were still mostly enveloped in fog.

Around 3 p.m. we arrived at the home of our guide Zu, where we spent the night. We met her husband "Du" and their little son and daughter. ...

View from the north

A travel blog entry by ocohen

... a subsidized satelite dish (for about $20). Schools have been built, utilities are provided, safer water is made available. Government has infused needed cash into poor communities. People can sustain themselves based on agriculture without selling ancestral lands.

There is a lot of appreciation of local government, and still a lot of suspicion of the national government. After all, they are making deals with the Chinese, ...

Escapade in Sa Pa

A travel blog entry by beoms

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... vegetables, rice, fired eggs, noodles. I think they made quite a feast for us. Before dinner we played a card game with the kids. They really enjoyed it. It’s a new game we just bought in Bac Ha and learned to play only few days ago. The kids didn’t know it but we managed to explain what we had understood. I am sure we don’t play it by the national rule but it’s fun. During the night, we heard a lot of noise (men shouting) coming from the mountain ...

Sapa trekking

A travel blog entry by siancorbs

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... in our gang so we were stuck with them! We had a bit of breakfast then met our tour guide, a young Hmong girl called Na and set off! Outside the hotel there were gangs of Hmong women hanging around trying to sell things but once you showed a tiny but of interest then another million of them creeped out to show you their stuff to buy! All obviously exactly the same. The first day was a 6km hike to Cat Cat village. The village was pretty cringe and just made for tourists but they out ...

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