Boutique Sapa Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsBoutique Sapa Hotel
Nice hotel, friendly staff although they were all new and spoke very little English. Rooms were comfy, but loud
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Zo, volgende update. Ik was gestopt bij de sleeper bus waar we mee naar Sapa zouden gaan. Dit was prima geregeld. We werden opgehaald bij het hotel met een minibusje, waarmee we een bron van ergernis vormden voor alle motobikes. Alles er in gepropt en op weg naar de verzamelplek vanwaar de bus zou vertrekken. Toen de bus eenmaal aankwam had Roel …
... nice and really helpful rather than just shouting at us! I managed to get some decent sleep despite a Vietnamese man who was determined to keep us all awake by playing music SO loudly on his phone.. I also managed to not be ill and felt loads better the next morning - yes!!
Despite the food poisoning, Sa Pa was so incredible. It is now one of my favourite places in the world and I just feel so lucky to have had such a magical time. I would recommend it to everyone - wow is the only word for ...
... for over an hour, we left for our 3.5 hour trek to Yin's house in the mountains. She first gave us some time to look around the city streets and shops, which we didn't find very interesting, and made our way to the church again 20 minutes later. Edd found himself an attraction in his own right as people stopped and stared at him saying: 'You velly tall!' A group of what I think were Chinese tourists, insisted on taking a picture with him and I abandoned him ...
On the morning of our third day in Sa Pa, the 29th March, we began a two day trek though a number of villages down the valley. Our guide was called Lang, from the Black Hmong tribe, and she was a wonderful source of information about the area, the differences between the tribes and customs etc. It was great for Daisy, who will be studying Anthropology at Durham, when she gets back to the UK.
As we walked, we talked a lot about the structure of families, ...
... again so we carried on - I was seriously considering quitting but Anja would have gone on anyway so I begrudgingly followed. At one point, I slipped over in the mud which helped my mood no end...! They say there is no such thing as bad weather and just bad clothes – well we had bad weather and bad clothes - my only big jumper was ditched in Australia and my rain jacket was about a fiver and can’t handle anything more than a few drops. This ...