Lao Cai Star Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... falling into mist from sheer cliffs, and jungle, and three storey boulders, and rivers, and landslides, and flooded plains, and dusty valley's, and sunny vista's and cloud covered mountains. Amazing, beautiful and utterly without the right vocabulary. The best so far. We punctuated the drive with a dip under a waterfall and pictures and Peter produced some grapes. We easily had the slowest bike and the group began to stretch out, we found ourselves always trying to catch up ...
... to correct it....and that is what I love about traveling- how powerful it can be and how much one can gain from it. I hear in Ho Chi Minh City it grips you even more so I'm really looking forward to that.
After a week in Hanoi we headed to the cost to Ha Long Bay to cruise around the islands and to take in the beautiful scenery...check out the pics. You've seen this place on TV....it's even sicker in real life.
... together. As the evening rounded out, I sat outside with the French couple chatting and listening to music. Andy told me that Caroline was feeling a little drunk, and as he looked at her, I recognized that look. He looked at her like she was the only woman in the world. You could tell that he loved her just with his eyes. I missed having someone look at me that way, but it was so nice to see the look all the same. It reminded me of how the ...
... crops and vegetables, muddy rice paddies, Sapa town with its barking dogs and beeping motor bikes...and mount Fansipan, the highest in Vietnam. You have to be quick though, for a minute later mist can role in and visibility is reduced to just a few yards.
Sapa was `established` by the French in 1922 and became a retreat from the heat of the lowlands, but is now a ...
Established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa is the one place in the northwest where tourism is booming. It’s now firmly on the European and North American package tour circuit, and well-equipped trekkers toting lightweight walking sticks and wearing technical all-weather gear are a common sight around town.
The town is orientated to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear ...