Pumpkin Sapa Hotel

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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... because clearly the struggle is real here. Two more women walk over and show me their merchandise. Small bags, large bags, belts, wall hangings and a bunch of other stuff. It's all beautiful, but I just want the bracelets. I have to buy them off of two different women because I want a variety of colors. Another woman notices that I am buying and comes over. Then another one comes over...and another. By the time I am done there are 9 women standing around me trying to sell me stuff and I ...

Rice paddies on rice paddies

A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 11, 2014

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... because any wrong step would have you on your ass in the mud and/or sliding down a hill. Sadly, we had also opted not to bring our hiking shoes on our SE Asia trip to save space and weight in our bagsand our sneakers were not quite up to the task.The cultural exposure of our two days was also a mixed bag. As our bus from the train station pulled to a stop in Sapa, we were surrounded by 15-20 indiginous women in traditional clothing who broke into ...

Beautiful and Chilly Sapa

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jun 23, 2014

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... for our standard walk of the area after we checked in. The city center was nice with many restaurants and shops. It also had a Catholic church in city center. The Hmong tribe women were everywhere selling clothing, trinkets, food, and tours. It was pretty overwhelming as they followed you everywhere. Plus, they had their children with them. We even saw children as young as 6 with babies on their backs. Probably taking care of their little brother or sister ...

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

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... the sun. Three young boys waved us over and then fell into fits of giggles and shyness. Julia took them some candy and not knowing what to make of it they stood dumbfounded. Keen for them to know her kind intent she threw the strawberry sweets at them. Confused, and probably a little bruised they ran away. The worst child abduction attempt in history; stranger danger. Our road climbed and our drive intentionally slowed to take in the scenery. The hairpins gave views front and back of ...

Sapa Memories

A travel blog entry by jojoandliam on May 22, 2014

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... no I pinky promise I have a look' it was quite funny but in the end we bought a handmade purse for about $5. Ít's amazing how far they will walk in a day just to sell a few little items.

That afternoon after our arrival and settling in, we were straight out on a couple of bikes each to go to some of the Waterfalls. This was probably the best fun I have had so far. But before we left, we encountered a bit of an issue....

When ...