Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Sapa
... on us trying to sell us things and we had try our best to brush them away as we were going to have lunch at the village restaurant which was simple but tasty enough.
After lunch it was then a shorter, much easier 3km walk to the Lao Chai and then Ta Van village of the Dzay people. But before visiting a school for the H'mong children where the children are taught in the H'mong language, Thang told us though that only 60% of the ...
So 6 hr bus journey on a sleeper bus made for dwarfs. Good job I wasn't that tired. Place is nice though and our hotel is good with amazing views, it's perched on the side of the hill with a large communal balcony on the 3rd floor overlooking the valley. We weren't sure whether to get a normal tour or to book a private one. We eventually settled on one private tour we saw on TripAdvisor. She called over to our hotel that afternoon and gave us a ...
... living room also on dirt with decent furniture. The house is dark inside. The bedroom are upstairs which you get too by climbing a ladder. We're just talking old mattresses here. Around the house is their farming land. Their only mode of transportation is a scooter. It's amazing to see what they carry on it!
The community is small and laced through many hamlets. Now that rice season was almost over, you could see the husbands with their children at ...
... the local guides as well as carrying their babies also had time to make us presents out of sticks and leafs. I got a heart and a dog.
On my last day in Sapa, whilst walking through the main town, a herd of cows who must have escaped from a local farm came charging down the street. I have included a video of this.
I really enjoyed my trek in Sapa and will definitely do another one during my ...
... for the next 48 hours. Mai Lan met me at a restaurant to tell me her tour company had scheduled her on a trek for the following day, so she couldn't take me out that afternoon but I could join their group the next morning. Even though I had been hoping to start that afternoon, it was actually nice to just hang out for the rest of the day--I hadn't gotten to do that for a while! The next morning, I met up with her and the rest of her group from all over Europe: Catalonians, Swiss, ...