Duyen Hai Hotel

Address: Pho Hang Chau Plarong, Duyen Hai, Lao Cai, 19000, 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

The Train...

A travel blog entry by samandken on Sep 14, 2015

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After a couple of drinks and a nice chat to another Australian couple at Le Pub we organised a taxi to take us to the train. The hotel followed us and took our bags and got us on board. It was pretty comfy on board and we had the whole cabin to ourselves, so got the bottom bunks. Slept ok. and arrived safely at 4.30am. Yes, 4.30am.
There was supposed to be our guide waiting for us, he wasn't and didn't turn up, but a very professional scammer was and we ...

Bac Ha

A travel blog entry by schellenberg on Jul 25, 2015

1 comment, 87 photos

... the buffaloes, those huge animals are just standing there in the middle of the crowd, selling for about 2'000 US$ a piece. They obviously use them to work in the fields but will slaughter them for a special feast like a wedding or funeral. Next come the birds...they love birds, but apparently not enough to let them free!!! They spend hours looking at them, make beautiful bamboo cages for them but the birds are too expensive for most of the local people. To own a bird ...

Trekking through Sapa

A travel blog entry by arn0601 on Jul 09, 2015

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The train dropped us off at the Lao Cai train station at 5:30am. I was half awake at the time. Our tour company had a bus take us to Sapa about 45 minutes away. They took us to a hotel to shower and eat breakfast. Once done we took a small day pack and began our two day trek. Sapa is a mountainous region of Vietnam that natives live in. They farm and have communities on the mountainsides and in ...

Farewell Vietnam

A travel blog entry by landjwanderlust on Jun 23, 2015

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... our bike rides through the rice fields into a morning and afternoon shift, heading back to our hotel for cold showers, afternoon naps and reading breaks in between. Mai Chau was simply stunning and non touristy. Of the handful of bike rides we took, the one that we’ll forever treasure is the one we took with our guesthouse owner - Jung. He led us through rice fields one afternoon once the heat of the day had passed and the farmers were active in the fields. As we pedaled ...


A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on May 06, 2015

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... increasing the fare every second. What should have costbus 25,000 went up to 40,000. As he was doing it I confronted him about it but he didnt say anything just kept on increasing. At the end he wouldnt open up the boot with our luggage until we had paid the correct fare. We paid him 25,000 and he accepted this as he knew he was in the wrong. Always keep an eye on the meter and be confrontational about it so they know that tourists are not stupid.