Duyen Hai Hotel

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

A Hmong Among Us

A travel blog entry by louis.lim3 on Aug 03, 2014

9 photos

... only sources of income. The trek was absolutely gorgeous. Chickens and pigs ran amok throughout the many trails. Little children in tattered clothing found ways to have fun while their parents were gone to work. These kids are practically left unattended for a vast majority of the day in conditions that, if you saw them, you would consider yourself spoiled for the upbringing that you or I, or most everyone had. One of our main guides named Zu would walk ...

Day 29-31: Sapa

A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jul 13, 2014

14 photos

... eventually boarded the train. The overnight four berth sleeper carriage was comfortable and clean but the journey north was quite rough and bumpy and took two and a half hours longer than planned (11 hours in total). After an one hour coach transfer we finally arrived at the H'Mong Sapa hotel at 9am tired and groggy so we took the opportunity to rest up and plan treks for the following two days. The next morning we went on a 10km trek with our guide, Ker, who ...

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

28 photos

... them. We were told that tradition didn't allow alcohol to be drank but we were welcome nonetheless. Undeterred, Julia unashamedly asked for the happy water and an excited uncle opened the rice wine, he insisted Peter and I finish a whole cup. Uncle number two arrived from his drum and said we should stop drinking. A stand off between uncle's, more rice wine was thrust towards Matt who politely declined and we left. Heartfelt but awkward Julia left with a, 'good luck to your father ...

Sapa Hmong village homestay

A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jun 07, 2014

31 photos

... guess and you can't even hear!) to stories second hand from a Vietnamese guide? Know your money is going to the Hmong families, or assume your money goes straight to a tour agency. As we could see it, the tourist town of Sapa survives largely from people looking for local tribe (Hmong) treks and home stays, but the Vietnamese won't work with them, they bypass them with their own tours and actively discourage tourists from dealing with them. Not to mention the tour operators in Hanoi ...

To Bac Ha

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on May 16, 2014

5 comments, 17 photos

Had an early start today, again, this is becoming a habit. Our train left for Pho Lu at 6.10am so had to leave the hotel at 5.15am. We had arranged with the hotel the night before for someone to come to the train station with us to make sure we got on the right train. Lucky we did as I don't think we would have found it by ourselves. We opted to take the day train as ...