Darling Hotel

Address: 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

Sapa - same same but different

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 01, 2015

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... 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 ...

Day 27: Sapa

A travel blog entry by lida89 on May 05, 2015

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... or write she speaks her tribes language, Vietnamese and English. It's amazing how fluent she is and how she's capable of understand nuanced jokes, but when looking at a map she had no idea where we were because she couldn't read the names of the villages. Overall the hike was amazing and the views were great, even in the dry season. We got a glimpse of village life but sadly did not have time to do a home-stay at one of the villages, a popular ...

Trekking in the beautiful Sa Pa mountains

A travel blog entry by laurakeast on Apr 14, 2015

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... there are literally hundreds of trekking tours in Sa Pa and many of them are just so touristy that you're not really trekking and you're in a huge group and it's really impersonal. We really didn't want this so we when we found a group called Sa Pa sisters they sounded perfect. They are a small sustainable company that employs young Black H'mong women. They get paid directly to cut out the middle man and it means they are independent and have their own money to spend and they ...

The buffalo died and the sky cried

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Apr 10, 2015

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... and then boiled. Buffalo black pudding. Edd and I were offered chop sticks to try and both declined. It turned out Yin was a fussy eater when it came to meat and also did not partake in the consumption of congealed buffalo blood.

After standing watching for an hour, Edd and I decided to go back to Yin's hut. We told her to stay with her husband and enjoy the party, but we wanted to go back and sit around the fire. It took us 1 hour to hike back up to ...

The hills are alive with the sound of beeping

A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Apr 06, 2015

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... new room thankfully.

On our final morning we rushed to pack our increasingly full bags before check out. We didnt want to do anything too energetic, especially as we were getting the night train back to Hanoi that evening. We felt very lucky, as you could barely see the hills for cloud and mist all day (and we'd had such great weather for our trek). We headed to a cafe across the street for a drink, based solely on the fact it had pretty lanterns. Luckily they did ...

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