Ham Rong Hotel

Ham Rong Street, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ham Rong Street, Sapa.
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Green stairs and mountain air

A travel blog entry by saroni on Jul 17, 2014

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... a hard time politely getting away. I can see over the tops of all their heads so at least I dont feel claustrophobic. Cody is sitting nearby at the table shaking his head at me saying, "seriously." "What!? I cant get away." "Stop making eye contact and just walk away", he says. "But I NEED these braceletes...all of them", I say. I have to just walk away and turn my back to get them to stop. The women linger nearby for a few more minutes to see if I'll come rushing back. Moo gives me ...

Rice paddies on rice paddies

A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 11, 2014

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... cacophony of shrill Vietnamese as our van door was opened. As we stepped from the shelter of our van we had no idea what was happening: were they going to scam us? Pick-pocket us? Try to sell us something? Or were they simply excited to see more white, English speakers? As we walked the short 150 yards to the hotel where we would prepare for the hike, they singled us out and began to run through a list of rehearsed questions: "What's your ...

Beautiful and Chilly Sapa

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jun 23, 2014

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... mother was selling stuff. After an hour or so we went back to our hotel and booked a village trekking tour for the next day through our hotel. That night we went to a busy local place for dinner and had some good food.

The next morning we ate our complimentary breakfast at the hotel (which was very tasty) and then left for our trek. The minibus dropped our group off near the first village and before we even started we had about 8 Hmong women ...

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

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... falling into mist from sheer cliffs, and jungle, and three storey boulders, and rivers, and landslides, and flooded plains, and dusty valley's, and sunny vista's and cloud covered mountains. Amazing, beautiful and utterly without the right vocabulary. The best so far. We punctuated the drive with a dip under a waterfall and pictures and Peter produced some grapes. We easily had the slowest bike and the group began to stretch out, we found ourselves always trying to catch up ...

Sapa Memories

A travel blog entry by jojoandliam on May 22, 2014

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... a bike, you get a bike with an empty tank - you are advised to fill it before you go on your way. Well instead of asking our hotel where to fill up (there was a pump right around the corner), we headed off uphill on our way to the falls. Bad move, bout 10 minutes later, my bike runs out of fuel. Mine was dead on empty when I started, whereas Liam still had fuel but it was also pretty much on empty and we had no idea how much was left, on top ...