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


A travel blog entry by lilyfesler on Jul 25, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... included more interactions with the people who lived there, but most of their English wasn't quite strong enough for that, so the foreigners mostly stayed separate (except for the locals occasionally encouraging is to take rice wine shots!). Mai Lan ended up being a very enthusiastic and fun guide, but I wished that we could've gone to more remote, less touristy areas--they must exist! Right?! Once the second day of the trek was over, I hopped on a day sleeper bus back to Hanoi. The ...

Farewell Vietnam

A travel blog entry by landjwanderlust on Jun 23, 2015

27 photos

... into their way of life and the villages we passed through. One of the many interesting things our guides shared is the fact that H’mong people use hemp for all of their clothing before she proceeded to point out a marijuana plantation. Even though Chi Gia mentioned that they only use hemp for clothing I have my doubts. For lunch Chi Gia invited us into her mothers home and prepared a simple lunch of rice and green beans. It was such an authentic experience to eat in ...

Sapa - Part 1

A travel blog entry by cth-road on May 12, 2015

2 comments, 53 photos

Arrival with night train from Hanoi. About 1h car ride from Lao Cai to Sapa Town. Breakfast at hostel. Main luggage stays at hostel. With day pack for one night with start walk down into valley of Muong Hao. Heavy rain. Soil is very slippery. Quite an adventure and exercise to reach ...

A breath of fresh air...

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Apr 29, 2015

4 photos

... they had a booking for 30 people, so not the most authentic of homestays but they were nice enough and the food was plentiful (though a little westernised). On Monday we woke to a misty cool morning with some awesome views and decided to take a walk around the village, stopping for many photos, talking to many locals and being harassed by vendors trying to sell us "local handicraft" which we later found out to be cheaper Chinese imports. We stopped for some amazing ...

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 ...