Duyen Hai Hotel

Address: Pho Hang Chau Plarong, Duyen Hai, Lao Cai, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pho Hang Chau Plarong, Duyen Hai, Lao Cai.
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Travel Blogs from Lao Cai

Sappa, Vietnam

A travel blog entry by evewillett on Jul 11, 2015

... was a little girl called Zin who was glued to me the whole time!! So cute. Ate some lunch and saw some adorable puppies. Continued to the major part of the trek and the little girls helped us down the rocks. Bought a pretty wallet and some friendship bracelets from Zin, dipped our feet in the waterfall and took a ride back to the hostel where we freshened up. I burnt my neck! Great day and ready for some sleep ...

Sapa day one: strolling through

A travel blog entry by brooke.guerrini on May 29, 2015

41 photos

... some people were really slow, it was more of a stroll. The vietnamese woman was wearing nice clothes and flip flops so she was way behind us the whole time and we had to keep stopping for her. It wasn't a huge deal because we could admire our surroundings but it was frustrating near the end when we finally got off the town roads and walked through dirt paths. It was fun but it was almost dark outside and it would be an extremely difficult ...

Buying a bike in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 28, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... I got on the bike, pulled the front brake, shifted to first gear and let the clutch out. They bike wanted to get away with the front wheel locked! Nothing wrong with that clutch!

Technically speaking you can’t own a motorcycle in Vietnam so this is how it works. With the bike comes a laminated blue card the size of a credit card. It stated Engine number, Frame number and the registration Plate number. The card is in the name of the ...

Leg 13: Hanoi to Sapa

A travel blog entry by thegales on Apr 27, 2015

6 photos

... ethnic minorities. Of the many spectacular views we encountered throughout this time, I have to imagine that the highlight for our group was observing my pasty white backside as I plunged less than elegantly into icy cold water at the base of a waterfall that we came across along the way, having been encouraged by our guide to enjoy a refreshing swim in the water. I seemed to be the only one to take up the offer, making me later question whether I had misheard ...

Day 12 Sapa to Hanoi Thursday

A travel blog entry by nodrogcaw on Apr 23, 2015

10 photos

... would have been a total waste of breath. We had read that some of the street vendors do get quite aggressive but despite signs around town saying don't buy from them they are very much a part of the scene & no attempt seems to be made to get rid of them. We kept wandering right to the end of the street to where there are steep stairs down to the next street - a motorbike & it's passenger stopped at the top of the steps, the passenger got off and the ...