Hoang Lien Hotel

1 Cau May Street, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Sapa Hmong village homestay

A travel blog entry by sarahrees


... route. Lunch was cooked at a cafe on the way but included in our price. Just outside the village we stopped at a waterfall to cool our hot feet. We were also invited to 'shower' but as it was school holidays I didn't fancy stripping in front of the kids (could've cleared the area though!). Seh was taking a different path down to the village so it was time to look at her goodies. We bought a couple of hand embroidered bags and a bracelet for about $20 from her and Mai. Up up and up again ...

How to make friends in high places

A travel blog entry by katetm

... Being an ex-French signals post we decided after dinner to treat ourselves to a french dessert chocolate feast at Baguette Chocolate which had delicious hot chocolates and crepes. We'd missed out on Easter eggs so this indulgence was totally justified.

The next day we were greeted by a different guide. Apparently our guide from the day before was pregnant and our 6km hike in the sun had induced her into labour! No wonder she wasn't particularly ...

Trekking through the terraces

A travel blog entry by david-victoria


... foliage above the door of a house and told us it meant that someone living in the house was sick and had been visited by a Shamen. As we walked along Lu told us about his life and family as well as the customs of the H'mong. We stopped for lunch at a "restaurant" in one of the villages and ate fried rice watched by local H'mong children and ladies all keen for us to buy their bags and bracelets!

Towards the end of our trek we came across a secondary ...

Sapa and Dien Bien Phu

A travel blog entry by ballmd


So we got to Sapa in the early hours to be greeted by some of the worst fog that I have ever seen. Visibility was literally restricted to 10 or 15 metres. As such we walked around the town, which has a market and bought some fake North Face coats which were great given the weather. We then had a quiet night in watching the tele! On the second day the visibility was not much better but given that we'd come all this way we got a ...

You are my friend

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters


... down the bumpy road and waited near our hotel with her husband who she wanted to introduce. I had bought some bay clothes at the market as they clearly had very little. I handed Mee 4 envellopes with enough to sustain them for a while. (they earn less than 100 dollars per month. Later back in Australia I went to various garage sales and gathered a large variety of baby clothes and sent them off the Mee who had not given me an address as they don’t ...


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