Pumpkin Sapa Hotel

Address: 42 Cau May St, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 42 Cau May St, 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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... when we come back or going to their villiage. I can't understand them! I finally just yell "bye" and get on the moped and leave. Geez, that was intense. We zoom through the streets and I realize this side of town is perched above the mountains and I can see into the valley. It's stunning. Cody's moped ends up being 10 minutes behind mine and I am sure he has gone sailing over the edge of the cliff. He was certain I was being kidnapped. Turns out the guy he was riding with made a pit ...

Shopping? Trekking? Grr!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jun 25, 2014

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... we probably would have done. At the market chef talked us through some of the fresh ingredients and it was interesting to see that all the greens and herbs are sold with their roots still attached, to keep them fresher for longer. There were tens of rice varieties and vats of peanuts. Chef gave us a great tip when buying at the markets "ask your hotel the local cost of fruit before going to the market so you can haggle for closer to the local ...

Beautiful and Chilly Sapa

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jun 23, 2014

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... who were teaching in Phnom Phen, an Australian guy, a Czech couple, and an American couple that seemed to be full time travelers. The end of trek was followed by constant peddling of stuff. We didn't like any of it so just tipped the woman for helping us. That night we bumped into the Australian guy at dinner and had a few drinks with him. Then we all ran into the two girls from the trek and the five of us had some more to drink and chatted. It was a very ...

Sapa & Vietnam summary

A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Jun 22, 2014

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... the scooter on the second day and got very wet. The Hmong hill tribe women were persistent and annoying, although it was entertaining watching groups of them chase the minibuses of tourists up and down the hill. In Sapa we saw the Canadian couple again-he sure does love his smokes. We weren't particularly won over by the cuisine in Sapa which we found rather bland. One noticeable exception was a banana cake Sara ordered thinking ...

Rugby, trekking and rice paddies -Sapa

A travel blog entry by mandersandhels on Jun 21, 2014

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... our fleeces, especially as we'd been carrying them all around Vietnam until then, perhaps it's a sign we've been in Asia a long time and turned slightly soft as in all fairness it was still in the late teens. Back in the UK we would have thought this balmy! Amazing food we enjoyed was tartiflette (and a few bottles of Dalat red) at Le Gecko, buffalo at the local market Yuck is burnt Vietnamese coffee courtesy of our hotel every ...