Hotel Saomai

Address: BacHa, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

From hot to cold!

A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Dec 05, 2014

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... of pants and some socks. Samay, our Dzao lady, helped negotiate. We then had to look at her embroidery work and bought some little purses from her. The fog comes in and out and when it's sunny, it's beautiful, when the fog appears, it's hard to see past your nose. It's not cold, but damp and at night the temp drops and it's cold!

Sapa is called the "Queen of the Mountains and it sits in this beautiful valley surrounded on ...

Fanxipan Train to Sapa

A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Nov 25, 2014

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... have plenty of room and it is ok. Woken at 6.15 by steward knocking on the door. It is light. The train is chugging along in the misty morning along the banks of the Red river. It runs from China through Vietnam through Hanoi and to the sea. A glass of hot sweet coffee made with condensed milk wakes us up and we arrive about 7.00 at the train's destination at Lao Cai a town of 50,000 right on the Chinese border. We are met by our guide Nghie. ...

Weekend in Sapa!

A travel blog entry by lisaredwood on Nov 16, 2014

... Thanks Phuong!) and cleaned/dried our mud covered shoes.

Day 2.

We had pancakes for breakfast, took pictures of the fleeting sun on the mountains. The views around Sapa are incredible! rice fields everywhere, scaling the mountains, massive forest covered mountains, waterfalls and rivers! but you cant go swimming in them because people and animals poo in there, such a shame! We did a shorter hike today, just to the ...

Trekking through muddy Torro sh** in Sapa!

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Nov 08, 2014

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... descended to lower heights. We then arrived into Ta Van village, home to Dzay minorities and where we would be staying the night. The village had a local bar, 'Bamboo Bar' with great hot chocolate, and a few spas....yes, time for another massage I think! Our home-stay was cosy and comfortable, with a large sociable downstairs area for dining, and later into the evening, plenty of beers and card-playing! The family consisted of a young married couple, but unfortunately ...

Sapa Trekking 1

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 30, 2014

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... the river, and occasionally splashing each other. Two of the older boys were making fish traps out of scrap pieces of rope and the rocks in the riverside somehow. The main boy doing it wasn't wearing a shirt and he was very skinny. As in, can make out his ribcage skinny. That was a little sad.

There were quite a few other instances where we came across poverty. While walking down the road this guy passed us whose clothes were ...

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