Darling Hotel

Thac Bac Road, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Thac Bac Road, Sapa.
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    Travel Blogs from Sapa

    Until we meet again

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Mar 12, 2009

    I am off for a 2 day trek this morning. As the web connections in the past few cities I have been have been too slow to allow uploads in a reasonable time, I have attached a Youtube link showing typical Hmong girls that interact with the tourists at the streetside cafe's. They are about as precocious as I have ever seen and their English is …

    Going off the rails on a crazy train

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Mar 11, 2009

    I stayed one last night at the Hanoi Youth Hostel. A pretty fun place if I was 20 years younger. The 2 for one Happy hour got the bottle beers down to about 70cents. The bartender ladies have limited English skills and getting them to serve one of the beers at a time had hit and miss success. So you just have to find a drinking companion, drink …

    The Mountain Tribes of Sapa

    A travel blog entry by leahaston on Aug 07, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    Our trip to Sapa was sandwiched by two overnight train rides. While the train itself was pleasant enough, trying to share a tiny bed with Henri left my back a little crippled at the end of each long, long night. Sapa is popular with tourists who come to the region to hike around the scenic rice terraced valleys and remote ethnic villages. With 13 children in tow our ...

    Village Visit

    A travel blog entry by hodgiedot on Jun 26, 2014

    20 photos

    ... corn to feed and fatten their livestock. The corn was laid out beside the road drying before being stripped from the cob or ground. The crops are all sewn and grown to the very tips of the mountain, all done by hand. It would be back breaking, hot work, but it guess that is all they know and have known. After we'd walled through the market, Chiang took us to the village area and into one of the homes. There was the ...

    Shopping? Trekking? Grr!

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jun 25, 2014

    10 photos

    The journey on the night train was comfortable with proper beds, somewhat narrow and just a touch too short for Ollie, but more pleasurable than the recent night buses especially when you allow the motion of the train to rock you to sleep-don't fight it! There were 4 beds in our cabin which we shared with 2 French guys who spoke good English so we shared tales of travelling before getting tucked into bed. On arrival at the train station we needed to get ...

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