Sapa View Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to get more. I do want to buy them, but I don't want to promote begging, so I walk away. Our guide is a native from one of the 10 tribes in the valley and we will be staying with her. A few other women from her tribe and neighboring tribes are with her. All of the women can speak some english but a few are very fluent. I am not sure if I am hearing the names right so I just call them by close to what I hear. There is Chee, Lala, Me, Shoe, Moo and we will be staying with Zoo. Yup, ...
... close to the market you can hear it. Naturally the blood is kept and made into a sort of black pudding which the women are warned not to eat too much of. The seafood section contained buckets of fish with barely enough room to swish a fin and just enough water to keep them alive. We swiftly moved onto the handicraft side of the market passing through the herbal products which are plentiful and the local people use all sorts of herbs and things from ...
... it didn't quite meet these incredibly high expectations it certainly didn't disappoint. If you have read our blog you can appreciate how much we travelled in just 25 full days so we saw a good variety of the country. Northern Vietnam is definitely better than the south. Primarily this was because of the people who were much more friendly and less moody up north, but also because it's more mountainous and rural scenery. Sara and ...
... deck gives views along the length of the gorge but the coffee was poor. As the mist came in I made my way back up the hill where I met a young man making soap stone sculptures who invited me to join him on a tiny plastic chair. Primary school sized seating is all the rage in Vietnam. He told me of his business and two young daughters, mainly he wanted to practise his English. Liverpool seems universal. He offered me a lift back to Green Valley but I wanted the exercise and left ...
... this a great experience and integrating to the area and the community culture. Rice wine is a basically Saki, fermented rice with local brewed (high percentage) filtered locally over 5 months. The difference with this that adds its stamp is, a snake (alive) is added in the end process. This apparently adds flavour, but also holds believe I. Eastern medicine to the padi workers of giving protection to the lower back. Potent stuff. A great ...