Hotel Saomai

Address: BacHa, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on BacHa, Sapa.
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Eating the newly harvested rice

A travel blog entry by souter on Oct 03, 2014

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... and of course Khu prepared the newly harvested rice. After lunch Su sorted through some bags of things which were stored there and then we said our farewells. Khu gave me a lovely bag and pillowcase. We caught a moto back up to the hotel. Relief when we got back to receive the final document for Su which had been delivered by moto from Lao Cai to the hotel. ...

Hi ho, hi ho it's off to the homestay we go..!

A travel blog entry by e3ga on Oct 02, 2014

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Speaking of beautiful sights, part way along the track Brenda decided that a toilet break was a necessity. Doing the right thing she waited until the group went forward (still with Hmong ladies attached) staying behind to be able to duck behind a bush. All was going well until an elderly local man appeared along the track - just as poor Brenda was starting to re-dress. So, it was certainly a 'full moon rising' for that poor soul. Brenda ...

Viva Vietnam!

A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Aug 31, 2014

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... make the most of this and relax. We got a few things tailor made as well. Hugh opted for a suit, a couple of shirts and some leather shoes. I got a dress and leather bag. The whole experience was pretty interesting; it's incredible how quickly they make the pieces, working overnight in some cases. The beaches in Hoi An are fantastic and we couldn't believe how warm the sea was - definitely not in Blighty anymore! After enjoying the Laos cooking course so ...

Time to get active

A travel blog entry by carolton on Aug 24, 2014

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Sapa is a remote town in the hills of North Vietnam. To get there, you need to take an overnight sleeper train. The ride is about 9-10 hours and train was surprisingly comfortable. We arrived Sunday morning at 7am, which is significant as there's a famous market in Bac Ha, 2 hours from the train station, that only opens on Sunday. Basically, the hills people and various tribes all gather every Sunday to sell their food, wares, buffalo, you name's very colourful as each ...

Rice terraces and vomit. sorry, sapa!

A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Aug 24, 2014

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... handmade goods (blankets, bracelets, bags, clothes, etc.) i actually found them to be pretty aggressive and a little annoying to deal with first thing in the morning. for once, i wasn't really interested in the handmade goods. for me, sapa is all about the views. aside from the costumed village women, sapa is also known for it's beautiful rice terraces. was completely in awe at the rolling hills. cannot even begin to imagine how long they must ...

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