Sapa Emotion Hotel
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... people had been detained for questionable reasons over a lenghty period of time around this 18th party congress.
To be fair, the police and military staff were always extraordinary friendly to us foreign tourists and we did not feel unsecure and threatened as in Russia, where we tried to avoid police and military at all times. But the Chinese police also stopped people walking in the streets at random to check their ID cards, making the impression of trying to sort out ...
... their feet. She was balanced in that position and seemed to ice skate up and down my entire back… when she was finished, I looked at what she might be balancing herself with for support, but I saw nothing… she just deeply rubbed my entire back balanced with the heals and balls of her feet. What made the massage so good was that it had almost the perfect amount of pressure and since it was distributed over her wider foot, as opposed to ...
... day one although we did chose the difficult route!! We walked through the rice terraces and bamboo forests, down steep hills and up again, and yes although the locals were there to literally hold our hands we all one by one managed to slip on our bums!! I think i won for the muddiest though! Man it was crazy slippery bey and i didn't have the best foot wear but we were determined to do it and enjoy and that is what we did. This by far was one of my highlights of South East Asia, i ...
... with no problems (we were thinking it was going to b a lot less organised than it was). We all shared a mini bus to Sapa where we would be stayin for a couple of nights. Unfortunately it was getting quite dark because the glimpses of our surroundings that we did see were beautiful. Leigh offended one of the Dutch guys by asking if he could read English :-/ not a good way to make friends! We had a little understanding of where to go coz luckily ...
... you questions about yourself, help you when the trek gets a bit tougher (Dale was feeling his masculinity questioned every time his ‘friend’ held his hand to help him!) and then at the end expect you to buy a few trinkets from them. It is the manner in which all this happens that is crazy… all the Black Hmong ladies meet up in the centre of town really early in the morning and as soon as they see a foreigner or a group, as it tends to ...
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