Boutique Sapa Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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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
... included more interactions with the people who lived there, but most of their English wasn't quite strong enough for that, so the foreigners mostly stayed separate (except for the locals occasionally encouraging is to take rice wine shots!). Mai Lan ended up being a very enthusiastic and fun guide, but I wished that we could've gone to more remote, less touristy areas--they must exist! Right?! Once the second day of the trek was over, I hopped on a day sleeper bus back to Hanoi. The ...
... our things, had an amazing pancake and banana breakfast and set off on our second trek. This one took us past a waterfall and then to a portion of the river that flows through the valley in the mountains. Some of us went swimming and then got interrupted by an unattended buffalo that needed a cool down. The whole second day was almost all up hill, which kind of sucked since it was so steep. We were lucky to be trekking through a bamboo forest most of the time since ...
Having fully recovered and had a good nights sleep, especially after the uncomfortable beds at the Hanoi hostel and awkward sleeping on the bus, the second day of our Sapa valley tour was all set. Breakfast was served around 9, some homemade pancakes with banana and honey - not a bad start to the day! The trek was only about 5km so a little more relaxed. We carried on further round the mountain towards a third village, stopping for a very ...
... amongst and within the tribes. We learned about her husband and their life together. She proved her bluntness by proclaiming they only get along so-so. San May doesn't think arranged marriage is good and wants her kids to marry whomever. She thinks there are too many men in her village who are drunks. But drinking is fine during weddings, where 200 liters of rice wine are made. She does love her husband but still thinks he drinks too much ...