Sapa Eden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Wonderful views of the valley and mountains, room was beautiful.
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Today we trekked to the waterfalls about 15 kilometres north of Sapa, and only a kilometre from the Chinese border. The waterfalls both took a lot of walking up and down steep tracks, but the Love waterfall was over 200 metres high and the Silver falls were over 300 metres high. After the trek we had a late lunch in Sapa, then it was a wait for a …
We arrived in Lao Cai this morning. Lao Cai is the border town with China. Our hotel in Sapa had booked transfers for us, and the idea of the bus driver seemed to be to cram as many people as possible on to the bus.
As a border town, Lao Cai seems to be a large trading hub. Being in the mountains, the weather is cooler.
After a …
We arrived back in Hanoi from our Halong Bay tour, repacked our bags and ate dinner before heading to the train station for our overnight train to Lao Cai. Hanoi felt like returning to an old friend which goes to show how quickly humans can develop a sense of familiarity. We were all excited to be on an overnight sleeper with its lovely bunks and …
... with George & Peter (Aukland and brothers) and Bea (Vancouver). There was a drunk Irish man in a bar, or so the stories go. Many start this way and ours was no different. This particular Celt had been on a motorbike trip to the frontier towns in the far North of the country at the Chinese border, and completed a loop at Dong Van. The next big Lonely Planet recommendation and jaw-droppingly breathtaking he had shared, with Mat. So remote an army permit is required. With ...
... who had returned that day from a 2 day trek and homestay with a local Hmong lady called Sese. They were raving about the trip, gave us her number, and we arranged to meet Sese the next morning. We set off on Wednesday morning with Sese to her village where we would stay the night in her house with her family. We were also joined by Seh and Mai, ladies from the village who will ask you to look at their handicrafts at the end of the trek and hopefully buy. Mai was very quiet whereas ...