Travel Blogs from Sapa
C_josbeck stayed here on Feb 7, 2014 during their trip titled: Christer & Josephine´s BIG trip round the globe.
It's no wonder that everyone who has been to Vietnam told us to put Sapa on our itinerary. Not sure how you couldn't love the lush valleys and green mountains with never ending rice paddy terraces from top to bottom.
We took the overnight train to Lao Cai that left Hanoi around 9pm. We booked a package through Topas Ecolodge and it came …
We drove to this Ecolodge this afternoon in the rain and fog, but there were a few spots where we couid see the incredible views. Our bungalow is chilly and we can't see the views that surround the rustic cabin, so we just sat near the heater and read.
Everyone says it doesn't usually rain so much here, but we have had several days in a row. That's the news for today.
Alright folks! We're back in business! We broke down and purchased a mini-computer as Internet cafes were running in short supply compared the overwhelming access to WiFi...it's everywhere! Who knew? So we should be decent with the updates here on out...in theory.
Right! So on to Sapa! We took the overnight train from Hanoi, which was …
The day bought more fog and some thunderstorms - not good weather for walking along clay paths!
Our guide phoned while we were at breakfast and informed us it was also raining heavily in Sapa and offered us to delay our walk until tomorrow - we also thought that was a good decision.
The bar area of the lodge was an ideal place to read a …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTopas Ecolodge Sapa
Amazing place to stay. The views are to die for, overlooking the valleys. The bungalows are very nice with a balcony with a fantastic view. The mainbuilding contains a lounge/bar, gift shop and a restaurant.
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