Sapa Emotion Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sapa
... and meat. Peter produced a Melon. We had our pictures taken for their Facebook page, made a mess and left to begin our next leg to Yen Minh, 109 km away. We negotiated lines of trucks, shedding their hardcore loads and travelling side by side on the narrow roads. Blind corners are not an issue and it wasn't long before we saw an articulated lorry on its side, the floor a Lychee massacre. At the next corner was another with its rear wheels hanging off the road, blocking the ...
... talking about and guess what! The hotel sold fuel in bottles!! :-/ After all that.....
So meanwhile at the cafe as I'm sipping my drink, I witness a horrible accident straight out the front, a European foreigner was knocked to the ground off his bike, it all happened so quickly, I just heard the smash and saw him hit the ground. He was bleading from his nose, was quite cut up and he was shaking from the shock, I told the staff to ...
... climb all the way. The drive was spectacular & roadside stalls were set up all along the way, although there wasn't any room to pull over. It was a welcome relief to get off the bus into the cooler weather. Sapa is very tourist oriented, there only seems to be a few different sorts of shops - eateries, massage places, hotels, trekking places & plenty of ...
... The family, our guide, and the Belgian's porters have frog as part of their meal as we could see it being prepared. Having eaten it before, it is nothing special in my view, I do not take any of their food. Sleep comes easily from the walk and the beer. I awake at 5:15 but with poor light, think it is 6:15 and time for Rick and I to walk down and across the valley to our next destination. The morning light is beautiful, the world still quiet, and the sun arrives ...
... breaking up the clods of mud and carefully navigating round each other ensuring not to damage the earth embankments forming the terraces.
In all we visited seven villages
- Sa Seng
- Hong Da
- Hau Thao
- Su Pan
- Guang Ta Chai
- Ta Van
- Lao Chai
There are six distinct ethnic groups in the area, each with its ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility