Sapa Luxury Hotel
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... 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 ...
... and silk worms (squidgy!).
In Asia, because accommodation is so much cheaper than South America, accommodation tends to be private rooms in hotels rather than dormitories in hostels. That suits me fine except for the fact that it can be hard to meet people. So it was a bit of a shame as even though I loved Hoi An, it would have been even better if I'd had someone to share it with, I was a little bit lonely.