Bien May Hotel

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

It's a slippery slope that we climb

A travel blog entry by saroni on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... waving their arms with hornets chasing them. Lot's of hornets, and they are big! They don't come by us but I still back away. Surprisingly, they are both laughing. Shoe got stung on the face and Zoo got stung on her arm. We have to continue along a different way to avoid the nest. Some locals have noticed our group and have joined us. A lady offers me her hand. No thanks lady, I'm on to this game. You look all old and cute and then help me and when we're ...

Shopping? Trekking? Grr!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jun 25, 2014

10 photos

... to the tourists. There are 24 different ethnic groups in the area each with their own language, culture and dress . Despite their diversity all ethnic groups live together and keep up social and economic relations and whilst marrying into a different ethnic group is forbidden, marrying foreigners is allowed! The life of an ethnic person is said to be hard; physically working the land to sustain yourself and predjuces amongst main stream ...

Sapa & Vietnam summary

A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Jun 22, 2014

9 photos

... be one piece; it turned out to be the entire thing for just over 2$ and it was delicious. The only way to get to Laos from Sapa was a 10 hour night bus to the Vietnamese boarder town of Dien Bien Phu arriving at 5am, followed by a 5 hour bus from there. We were of course accompanied by our favourite Canadian couple. Overall Before we started our trip Vietnam was the country we were both looking forward most to ...

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

28 photos

... peak in Indochina: Fransipan, and several hill tribe minorities who descend on the small town hub selling their weaves, their brass and their tours. We found our room dirty and damp, the complementary pool table and the sociable bar went some way to make up for it though and the service was friendly if disorganised. We racked up a game, ordered a bottle of Larrue local brew and met Mat (Portland Oregon) and Amber (Santa Fe). A tin hat later for Mat and Julia (Washington) joined ...

Sapa Hmong village homestay

A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jun 07, 2014

31 photos

... took a breath, chatting away in Hmong or English. Most of the tour ladies are not educated as there was no school in the villages when they were young, but they have taught themselves English through working with tourists - and Seh's English was exceptionally good. There were two or three other small trek groups walking with local Hmong ladies along the same route. Sometimes, with rest breaks or lunch, we met up, chatted, then went our separate ways; but there were never many people ...

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