Bien May Hotel

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

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... but unused. A single guesthouse owner stepped into the street and excitedly invited us in. A communist exercise in austerity, the conditions were bare, the white sheets told of old footprints and cigarette ends littered the floor. The last guestbook entry read February. Ultimately the 50,000 Dong pp (£1.38) was too good to refuse and after Amber demanded clean sheets and towels we checked in for the night. Like minor celebrities our walk of the streets brought hello's, ...

Sapa Hmong village homestay

A travel blog entry by sarahrees


... experience you get: Trek as a couple with 2 or 3 local ladies, or trek with a group of 10 , a tour guide and a token Hmong lady (we've seen them set off)? Trek on the small hillside paths and roads, or trek on the mainly tarmac road in the valley? Spend the night with a Hmong family in their house, or sleep in a concrete 'homestay' building with all the other tour group tourists? Meet really wonderful Hmong people and hear about their lives, or listen (unless you're in the back of the ...

Sapa Memories

A travel blog entry by jojoandliam


... a bike, you get a bike with an empty tank - you are advised to fill it before you go on your way. Well instead of asking our hotel where to fill up (there was a pump right around the corner), we headed off uphill on our way to the falls. Bad move, bout 10 minutes later, my bike runs out of fuel. Mine was dead on empty when I started, whereas Liam still had fuel but it was also pretty much on empty and we had no idea how much was left, on top ...

Sa Pa and trekking

A travel blog entry by dcnandy


... deceptive - pounce on them. One can understand why they make every effort. They have one group a day with whom they have walked and they pull no emotional punches. I buy one cushion cover, over priced in my view, but some salve for my conscience while I still smart from other twinges eg you buy from the old lady you should buy from me and my baby etc etc. We walk on after lunch all rather quiet and subdued. Strikingly, the woman with the child who gave such me a ...


A travel blog entry by simoncole


... host tourists. She is a remarkable lady and the family are just really nice people. The babies (siblings or cousins, it doesn't seem to matter) are looked after by any younsters old enough to pick them up. Mum goes off to the paddy field and the 5 year old will have the job of carrying baby around the houses for the morning.

The next day after a ...


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