Holiday Sapa Hotel
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Wandered up into the local market which we rode through on the way into Sapa or Sa Pa.
Everything was for sale, from machetes and swords, fabrics, clothes and jewellery to dried condiments and medicines. The produce and conditions was also much cleaner than in the lowlands where we last stopped.
The lowlands saw people sitting in …
... not know where they we working the valley
2014. On arrival in Sapa I walked the 13 km to Tavan via Lai Chau where I passed Lang’s house. I called in. Her mother recognized me and made tea. Langh is married and has a baby she said. I gave a her my tel number and left. A day later I see a girl standing in front of the Bamboo bar, it was Mee with one child walking and another baby on her back. She had walked 1 ½ hours from the next village via ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Sapa Hotel
Lovely clean well appointed rooms. Beds were clean and king sized and the softest I have slept on so far. No noises permeated the walls except for occasional bump from rooms above. Hot shower was great and the view from the room is spectacular. Lovely ladies in traditional mountain tribal dress selling trinkets outside the hotel was special. Service terrific, very polite people who were attentive and non-invasive. I was told they would carry you up the stairs to your room if the lift was broken.
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