Sapa Luxury Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Our last day in Sapa - up bright and early before setting out on the buzz bike again for our last view of some more Sapa scenery.
Having had a fairly long stay in Sapa the owner of our hotel offered us a special treat of mixed Vietnamese noodles for brekkie instead of our traditional Western menu. This wasn't very welcome as by this stage …
Today we visited the Information Centre in Sapa where we visited a museum with interesting facts and memorabilia on Sapa, as well as a most informative DVD.
Among various interesting things on display were a series of posters on the Village people's traditional clothing and the role of embroidery in their lives. The following photos …
We left Hanoi to spend five days in Sapa which we had heard so much about. Dubbed the Tonkinese Alps by the French, the spectacular Hoang Lien Mountains soar skywards along the rugged edges of northwest Vietnam towards the Chinese border (only three km's away). Shape-shifting banks of cloud and mist ebb and flow in the mountainous area around …
... else she thought she could find to brush against. Even if this had been the best looking Brazilian ladies volleyball player (number 6 FYI lads) and was able to communicate in anything but grunts I would have been equally as scared. Even more so when, perhaps realising that her charm was not working on me, she dropped her kecks, squatted and urinated on a plank of wood only a yard or so from us and in clear view of everyone.
We continued ...
... pretty at night. There is a central amphitheatre that hosts, ( somewhat mediocre it has to be said) local singing, dancing and music shows and there is also as a lake that is delightfully lit up. It's main draw however is trekking.
With only two days I headed out straightaway to the CAT CAT village and was accosted by 3 guides who led me around the stunning lush green hillsides, rice plantations, valleys complete ...