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

Sapa - same same but different

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 01, 2015

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... we arrived at a similar restaurant to yesterday, where the tour finished. We said goodbye to the tour guide, the blog title is another of the sayings she was keen on! Both days we had spent a lot of time talking to people from all over: very chatty Brazilian couple, a happy Israeli Arsenal fan, two Austrian sisters, friendly German girl etc. They all had travelled so much, and had some very useful advice for our further travels. Having ...


A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on May 06, 2015

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... are lots of gardens etc to relax. Unfortunately we missed the performance. The views are lovely but not that magnificent.

The bus back from Sapa directly to Hanoi takes 6 hours and leaves at 8am, 5pm and 10pm. It departs from near the lake and you might need to take a taxi. It was the first taxi I took in Vietnam. It was a 5 min journey but the driver made a stop to sort out his tyres. I kept an eye on the meter. He had a switch and he ...

Another day at the top of our little world.

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 06, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... she produced from her bag. It was the least we could do and in fact was pretty spot on the going rate. We returned to the restaurant across the road from our hotel that evening and sat and took in the view of the valley below. Sapa had turned out to be a wonderful place to visit, only kilometres from the Chinese border, high in the mountains of Vietnam, it offered a complete contrast to Hanoi and we would recommend it as a must see experience if passing this ...

Reflection number 1 - Youth

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Apr 27, 2015

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... his love of photography, Humans of Hanoi, Japanese culture and the chance to learn the language he was a joy to speak to. Until now I have never thought of myself as 'old' or 'boring' but hearing the passion of his youth made me realise maybe I'd lost some of that somewhere along the way. When in Japan and speaking to a Japanese girl on a train, she asked what our hobbies were. A question I dread as to be honest, I ...

Leg 13: Hanoi to Sapa

A travel blog entry by thegales on Apr 27, 2015

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There is something beautifully romantic about the overnight train from Hanoi to Sapa. Not necessarily the kind of romance shared between two - although our two-birth sleeper cabin on the Orient Express train, complete with complementary fruit platter and coca-cola, would have certainly provided a romantic setting if not for a certain 11-month old who wasn't keen on going to sleep - but rather the kind of romance one experiences on their own when they take a moment ...

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