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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Travel Blogs from Sapa
... shops pointed out and went back to the hotel to check out and collect Cherie. We sat and had drinks at the coffee shop. My coffee was dark and strong but smooth and delicious- he knows his coffee!! We wandered around town a bit more, observing the HMung ladies and all their selling. It seems a pretty fruitless task, I don't know how much they really would sell on a daily basis as there are just so many of them doing the same thing. We had lunch at a local restaurant, I got a ...
... would seemingly fend for themselves. Often seven year olds would be seen carrying their younger sibling with no parent in sight - very common according to Mae, and explains the many children trying to sell embroidered jewelry similarly; secondly, quite simply was the eating/barbecuing (what we stumbled across) of dogs. Nearly every family had dogs and eating them can be very common, but it's a hard thing to understand properly. Moving ...
... Her clothing is also hand sewn and the traditional clothing of the red dzao. Like many of the tribes women she carries embroidery with her in case we take breaks. She has been working on her current piece for 7 months and it's still incomplete. The details are quite intricate and of course involve a story about family. Oh, and she told us before her wedding she spent a year embroidering suits for her mom, mother in law, groom and even her ...
... for me and at the same time Saigon, Phnom Penh, Bangkok and Chiangmai all went to about the same temperature. The only solution was to run for the hills in the far north of Vietnam which our Guide assured me would be much cooler and very beautiful. He was right.
After a day and a half in Hanoi I was picked up at the hotel and taken for an evening meal with my new travel companions. A young couple from Melbourne, two ladies from a quiet town north of Sydney and ...