Sapa Goldsea Hotel

Address: 058 Fanxipang, Lao Cai, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 058 Fanxipang, Lao Cai.
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    Travel Blogs from Lao Cai

    Mist covered mountains

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... We venture forth! We decided to head towards Nui Ham Rong (Dragon Jaw Mountain). As we approached the steps towards the entrance to the Ham Rong Resort, as they call it, we were told we had to pay 70000 dong (about $5). We were a little sceptical about the value of this investment as we climbed the steep steps in to the park at the bottom of the mountain. This view changed as we explored the the park which contained many nooks and crannies such ...

    Day 12 Sapa to Hanoi Thursday

    A travel blog entry by nodrogcaw on Apr 23, 2015

    10 photos

    ... there were more Victoria Hotel guests coming in the shuttle bus which we knew had left after us so we'll wait to see what they do when they arrive. Sure enough they arrived shortly in the company of the Victoria Express rep so we leapt up & said oi what about us? A bit annoying we paid extra for the private transfer and were dumped in the town square while they were shepherded into the station & onto the train. Oh well I feel a letter to the hotel ...

    Trekking in the beautiful Sa Pa mountains

    A travel blog entry by laurakeast on Apr 14, 2015

    10 photos

    ... had broken through too :D we were SO lucky. We had clear blue skies and perfect views. It had den raining all the previous days so we felt so lucky.
    We had arranged to pay an extra $2 to have lunch at a locals house. He was obviously a friend of Mu. He cooked for us while we sat outside with an amazing view of the valley. He made us rice, fried vegetable spring rolls, chili and spring onion dipping sauce, traditional potato and tomatoes and some pork. It was absolutely delicious. ...

    The buffalo died and the sky cried

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Apr 10, 2015

    13 photos

    ... she explained that because goats were so expensive, they could be sold in the city for a lot of money; her husband was planning on breeding the goat for income. Their chickens had all died off because of illness, so thats why they didn't have many chickens roaming around and they did not eat their eggs, in an attempt to replenish their stocks. They only ate meat maybe twice a week as it was expensive, and they only ate their pigs on very special occasions. They did ...

    Final day trekking in Sapa

    A travel blog entry by lora1smith on Apr 07, 2015

    Casual start to the morning and begin trekking through hill tribe farms that are off the tourist path. The thunderstorm that blew through overnight (loudest thunder and lightening I have ever felt like it was just above the roof) provides us with a waterfall opposite our lodgings, even fresher air and very green vegetation. The ...