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Xóm Hai

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  • Day94

    Sapa

    January 9, 2020 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Mit dem Bus ging es in 6 Stunden von Hanoi weiter in den Norden Vietnam's nach Sapa.
    Angekommen wurde man direkt sehr nett und penetrant von den netten Einheimischen Damen empfangen, welche einem gerne ein Homestay zeigen wollten.
    Ich hatte meine Unterkunft schon gebucht und könnt mich schnell aus dem Staub machen 😁

    Gestern machte ich eine Trekking Tour in die Dörfer Lao Chai und Ta Van. In ungefähr 13 km ging es durch Reisfelder, kleinere Dörfer, Berge und Wiesen. Ich genoss die Ruhe, wunderschöne Aussichten, die Berge und den vorüberziehenden Nebel (der manchmal die Sicht etwas verdeckte 😅). Am Nachmittag war ich wieder zurück und schlürfte erstmal einen Kaffee.
    Am Abend schaute ich mir Sapa nochmal mit Licht an - es erinnert eher an eine Kirmes 😂 Überall bunte, blinkende Lichter und hier und da Musik aus den Bars.
    Auch wenn Sapa sehr touristisch überlaufen ist, ist Sapa dennoch eine Reise wert 😊
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  • Day9

    Ket Doan Sleeper- Bus Sapa - Cat Ba

    January 8, 2020 in Vietnam ⋅ ☀️ 15 °C

    Ja was soll ich sagen, nach unserem traumhaft schrecklichen Aufenthalt auf dem Fansipan wollten wir unbedingt an einen schöneren Ort. Dafür bucht man sich Plätze in einem der regionalen Bus Unternehmen. Für umgerechnet 44€ fährt man damit über Nacht durchs ganze Land, spart sich das Hotel und ist am nächsten Morgen ausgeruht zB auf der Insel Cat ba. Soviel zur Theorie! Hier im wirtschaftlich aufstrebenden Land Vietnam ist alles auf den Tourismus ausgelegt, an jeder Ecke ,in jeder Straße ,auf jeder Internet Seite gibt es die gleichen Angebote von Reiseveranstalter. Der Markt ist so übersättigt, das die Qualität der Dienstleistungen sehr stark leiden, was wir natürlich am eigenen Leib erfahren durften.
    Unser Bus stand pünktlich bereit am Office in Cat Ba, schon das einladen und die Platzvergabe läuft sehr unorganisiert. Die Bewertungen im Netz sprechen immer wieder von einer sehr unfreundlichen Crew und einem sehr aggressiv fahrenden Busfahren. Jupp, den haben wir. Schon nach den ersten paar Überholmanövern auf kurvigen, engen Straßen wusste ich, ich werde die nächsten 11h nicht schlafen. Grob verkehrswidrig und rücksichtslos, also alles andere als Fahrgastfreundlich steuern wir also über die Autobahn. Es gibt weder Infos über Pausen noch erfahren wir die Gründe warum wir mind 20 mal mitten auf der Autobahn zum stehen kommen um einheimische ein und auszuladen. Da der Bus von vornherein ausgebucht war finden die natürlich nur irgendwo zwischen den Gängen Platz. Alles was in den schlechtesten Bewertungen geschrieben wird wird erfüllt.
    - nur ein Fahrer für 11h
    - nur eine Toilettenpause
    - Transport von Einheimischen
    - aggressive Fahrweise
    - keine Infos über irgendwas
    - kein Englisch
    Ich hatte also viel Zeit mir aufzuschreiben was in dieser Nacht so ablief. Irgendwann stoppen wir am seitenstreifen der Autobahn. Vorbildlich, der Fahrer legt sich zwischen die Gänge und schläft. Nach ner Stunde hält ein anderer Bus neben uns. Es steigen Leute ein, wecken den Fahrer und weiter gehts. In Hai phong angekommen hielten wir nochmal gut eine Stunde um irgendwelche Gepäcke auszuladen die Unterwegs mit Transportern auf dunklen Straßen angekarrt wurden. Für das letzte Stück, auf die Insel Cat Ba nahmen wir die Fähre. So schlimm das auch alles klingt , aber irgendwie klappt es am Ende immer.

    Man muss das schlechte gesehen haben , damit man das schöne zu schätzen weiß.
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    Safety first :)

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  • Day57

    Sapa

    October 23, 2019 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    Après notre road trip à moto on reste dans les montagnes du nord : direction Sapa!

    Beaucoup plus touristique, l'ambiance y est similaire à une station de ski sans neige 😂
    On profite de se balader dans le village, se reposer et découvrir quelques coutumes locales.

    - le love market :
    Tous les week-end lors du marché, les jeunes s'apprêtent et cherchent à trouver leur âme sœur. Les filles shabillent sur leur 31 coloré et les garçons aussi, ils apportent également un instrument de musique pour charmer ces dames !
    Si la nuit du samedi au dimanche s'est bien passée, ils se revoient les semaines suivantes et finissent par se marier. Dans le cas contraire, la semaine suivante consiste à trouver un(e) nouveau(elle) partenaire.
    (nous n'avons malheureusement pas pu y assister car on y était en semaine...!)
    On s'était justement posé la question des rencontres la haut, il y a plein de tout petits villages si éloignés les uns des autres... Une très bonne idée ce love market !

    - la nourriture :
    Autres coutumes bien moins sympathiques, il faut savoir qu'ici on mange vraiment de tout, à Sapa les gens mangent, entre autres, les CHIENS... Ceux-ci sont exibés sur le marché...! (très agréable à voir en sortie de bus de nuit vers 6h du matin...)
    Il y a aussi la gelée de sang de canard qui est un met typique du Vietnam 🤢
    Comprenez bien que nous n'avons pas goûter à ces spécialités...!
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    Benoît Le Bastard

    Très belle photo 🤩🤩

    10/26/19Reply
    Benoît Le Bastard

    C'est quoi ??

    10/26/19Reply
    Cynthia Costiou

    C'est la flûte des H'mongs ! Devant une tasse de thé ^^ c'est de la déco 😉

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  • Day157

    Wandern in den Bergen von Sa Pa

    February 6, 2020 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Um uns so einen richtig entspannten Einstieg zu gönnen und dem Jetlag mit 48h wach sein zu trotzen, reisten wir noch am selben Tag weiter nach Sa Pa! Per Sleeperbus ging es also in die Berge und ich muss zugeben, auch wenn wir nicht super viel gepennt haben und die Liegelänge wohl eher an der Durchschnitsgröße der Vietnamesen orientiert ist, kann man so ziemlich komfortabel reisen. Lediglich auf dem letzten Stück kurz vor Sa Pa mussten wir acht geben bei den Serpentinen keinen Abgang zu machen :P Während des Frühstücks schauten wir uns Bilder von Sa Pas Berglandschaft im Internet an, gespannt welche einzigartigen Ausblicke uns auf unserer Tour erwarten würden, doch die Sicht vom Panoramahotel aus reichte keine 15 Meter - Hatte was von Stephen King's "Der Nebel"... Dies sollte sich am ersten Tag auch nicht ändern und anstatt mit tollen Ausblicken auf schöne Gipfel und Reisterassen wurden wir mit matschigen Wegen und Regen verwöhnt! Doch als wir am nächsten Morgen aus unserem Homestay traten, fanden wir ein ganz anderes Bild vor - Es hingen zwar noch ein paar Wolken im Tal, aber der Nebel hatte sich verzogen und gab ein wunderschönes Panorama auf die unzähligen Reisplantagen frei ❤️Read more

    Liane Hess

    Fast wie auf den Rotweinwanderweg im Ahrtal, nur Reis statt Weinreben.

    2/6/20Reply
    Janina Lampe

    Dafür gibt's hier aber überall kaltes Bier 🍺😜

    2/6/20Reply
    Liane Hess

    Ist schon krass, welche Kontraste dort aufeinander treffen.

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  • Day2

    Sapa

    October 5, 2019 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

    On our arrival at Sapa we were met by May (Li Son May) who walked us to the Sunny Mountain Hotel. May is from the Red Dau tribe. They wear red and white scarves over their heads and have distinctive embroidered clothes. As we got off the Sapa Express bus we were inundated by women with goods to sell. "You buy?", "Maybe later?" and they would follow you until they were sure you were not going to buy.

    Sapa was a bit of a shock. Highrise hotels going up everywhere and traffic hectic, narrow streets and horns tooting constantly.

    After a short rest we met with May again who walked us through Sapa to Catcat.

    We combined over dinner at the Indigo Restaurant (soups and spring rolls) to write the following notes about our walk...
    - We saw the Funicular Train station which runs out to a cable car which goes to the highest mountain. Then its a thousand steps to the top. We won’t have time to do it though.
    - May demonstrated grinding the grain and we had a go (see pics).
    - We visited Cat Cat garden which is a place set up where many Vietnamese tourist girls, who had hired hilltribe costumes, were having their photos taken.
    - May made us some horses from bamboo branch, somewhat like clowns creating balloon animals.
    -She showed us her beautiful embroidery.
    - we learnt that marijuana is grown here for the hemp.
    - May takes tours, as well as manages her farm of rice, corn, chicken and pigs. She used to make clothes from hemp.
    - There were shops lining our walk for most of the way selling hilltribe clothes, embriodered goods, toys, confectionary, instruments plus much much more
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    Beautiful clothing. Kaylene

    10/6/19Reply

    Yes it is...did you smoke it?

    10/7/19Reply

    The dresses are beautiful....but what about the dead child in the background?

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  • Day133

    Worst Trek Ever!

    January 10, 2020 in Vietnam ⋅ 🌙 13 °C

    We came to Sapa to trek. We wanted to trek up Mount Fancipan, the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina, but it was really expensive and would have involved an overnight. Instead, our homestay owner took us through a bamboo forest. Our day started by taking a half hour taxi ride to a set of waterfalls named the Love Waterfalls. After looking a the waterfalls, we started on the trail to Fancipan and trekked uphill for 2 hours. We eventually arrived at a little lodge and had lunch. On the way, our guide used his machete to make me and Neve walking sticks out of bamboo. For lunch, our guide gave us some bread, some veggies, a bit of meat and some fruit. There were also little containers of something. Our guide pointed at it and said “Milk,”. We opened one up and it looked like yogurt or something. Someone said that it was probably mayonnaise, so we put it on our sandwiches. We thought that the bread was sweet, and it was a weird combination with the sweet bread and the meat on our sandwiches. Neve said that her bread wasn’t sweet, so it was a little weird, but then I realised that it wasn’t mayonnaise, it was condensed milk. My mom and I had put quite a bit on our sandwich. There was also a cat who was very friendly and was really wanted to help us eat our lunch, especially the apples!

    After that, we went uphill for another 2 hours before we started heading back down. At this point, we had trekked up halfway of Fansipan mountain. When we got near the lodge where we had lunch, and then we took a different path. This path took us through lots of jungle. There were huge leaves everywhere. We were going down through the jungle and there were trees everywhere with lots of bushes and plants. It was slow going because sometimes we would have to crouch down to get under leaves or trees. My dad and Neve were only a little bit behind my mom and I, but we could not see them because the jungle was so dense.

    After the jungle, there was a bamboo forest. The bamboo forest was the worst part, because we were still going down and some parts of the downhill were really steep. We had to go a lot slower because we didn’t want to fall. I had already fallen 3 times. Our guide kept on telling us to hurry up because it was getting late and it got dark around 5:30. We tried to go faster, but we still couldn’t go very fast, because it was super steep. The trail was washed out and the rocks were super muddy, wet and slippery. We had to crouch down on our hands to make it down!

    Eventually, it got dark out and we had to use our phone flashlights. Our guide had his phone, and we had one phone. It helped a little bit, but we were moving super slowly because we still didn’t have a lot of light. I think I fell 9 times on the whole hike. At one point, I almost fell off a cliff; it was dark out, so I couldn’t see very well and I fell, slipping down but caught myself just in time. My dad had to pull me back up. Everyone in my family fell and my mom was really scared going down. She does not like heights and she was worried about my sister and I. We finally made it to a road, and walked about 10 minutes before we got to a taxi. It was 9 hours of trekking, with 1.5 hours in the dark! The guide said that he hadn’t done the trail in a few years and that it had eroded because it wasn’t like that when he had done it before. The next day, we all got to rest. My sister and my mom were pretty sore.

    Sophie

    La nourriture dans Vietnam est très bon. Chaque nuit, les personnes de notre homestay nous cuisinent du nourriture différent. Ils nous donnent des petits plats avec 5 différents types de nourriture. Il y a toujours du riz et il y a toujours du soupe. Ils font des petits spring rolls beaucoup, et du brocoli ou champignon dans du porc. La nuit dernière, ils nous ont fait des frites et du riz de bamboo. C’est du riz qui a été cuit dans du bamboo, le riz est enveloppé dans un mince couche de bamboo. On a aussi des plats de légumes, come du brocoli ou de l’épinard.

    Pour le déjeuner, on a toujours des crêpes avec des bananes, du sucre et du lait condensé. Ils nous donnent du thé aussi avec le déjeuner et le souper.
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    Wow what a story. It must've been pretty amazing but scary also. Glad nobody got injured!

    1/13/20Reply

    That was intense Sophie. Trekking can be challenging but this was a bit much going down in the dark. Very proud if all of you to finish it although I assume that you didn't have another choice. Well written! I can feel the suspense. Love beppe

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  • Day130

    Traveling to Sa Pa, Vietnam

    January 7, 2020 in Vietnam ⋅ 🌧 3 °C

    Yesterday we said goodbye to our homestay owners. We had such a lovely time in Ninh Binh. This area of Vietnam is beautiful, but what made our stay special was our homestay. We were treated so well and it was nice getting to know the owners. Our homestay owners made our travel arrangements to get to Sapa, a 7 hour bus ride. We were picked up at 8:20 and driven to the bus “station” in Ninh Binh. However, after arriving, we were told that the bus we were supposed to take had broken down. But, not to worry, a van had been arranged for us to take us to Hanoi and from there we would go to Sapa. We were told numerous times that this was going to be more expensive, but that the bus company would absorb the cost. We were also told that buses left Hanoi every half hour and that we would be dropped off at office number 679. It’s at times like these during our travels, that David and I look at one another and really hope we aren’t being scammed. But we remind ourselves that we never have been and that if things don’t turn out, we can always sort it out.

    A limousine van arrived to drive us to Hanoi. It was quite nice and we arrived at office #679 only to be told that what we assumed was the bus to Sapa would leave in 1.5 hours. So much for getting to Sapa in 7 hours. At 11:45 another van arrived and we were told to get on. As I figured this was going to take us to Sapa, I got settled in. I removed my watch, sweater, shoes, got out my kobo and started to read “Educated.” Imagine my surprise when we actually arrive at the Hanoi bus station to be hurriedly told to get out of the van in Vietnamese and to follow a random guy who already had some of our bags, into the station. Such a bad decision to get settled in! We arrive at the bus station with no bus tickets, but somehow were told to get on a bus. We were told to remove our shoes and place them in a plastic bag and find a “sleeper” seat. Rather then a typical bus, this bus was comprised of three rows containing bunker style sleeper seats which reclined and had blankets. It was a great way to travel, except for the last 45 minutes which involved switch backs up towards Sapa. David told me it was a good thing I didn’t have a window seat because I didn’t really want to see how we were making it up the mountain in the dark. But we made it and while I had my doubts, I try to remind myself that most people are honest.

    Sa Pa is beautiful! We are in staying with a Hmong family, one of the Indigenous groups in the area. The food and hospitality has been amazing!! For breakfast we had crepes with sugar, a type of condensed milk and bananas!! We are still in one room with all four of us, similar to our homestay in Ninh Binh, but we are managing and still getting along well! Our homestay is about 4 km outside of Sa Pa, so this morning we hiked up the 4 km hill to get into town and familiarize ourselves with our surroundings. The scenery is stunning. This afternoon David worked on our budget to ensure our spending is on track while I came up with a 6 day itinerary for our stay. Tomorrow we’ll walk back to Sa Pa and climb Ham Rong Mountain. Stay tuned!

    Clarinda
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    Harry - Martinus

    So nice to hear that they treat you far , and when I look at the pictures , they are so beautiful , the food is amazing , be well. Greetings from Home

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  • Day5

    Day 2 trekking

    October 1, 2019 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    We started with eggs, pancakes and bananas for breakfast then headed off with a different guide. Yesterday was Mau, today was Moo. Our hike today was beautiful. We cut across a mountain and as we were already staying high up, it was a steep decent. We went through a bamboo Forrest and there were beautiful flowers. We had lunch in a village and for the 2nd day, harassed by ladies trying to sell their goods.
    We finished our hike at a waterfall but none of the waterfalls are flowing too much because they haven’t had much rain. We had a swim which was a nice way to finish our day.
    The car trip back to Sapa was pretty rough - probably he roughest stretch of road I’ve been on. It was comparable to some of the windy roads in France and Croatia that we did so glad we were being driven.
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  • Day6

    Sapa

    April 15, 2017 in Vietnam ⋅ ☁️ 16 °C

    את היומיים וחצי האחרונים בילינו בסאפה, עיר (סוג של) בצפון ויאטנם. יש בה כל מיני דברים לעשות אבל בעיקר סיור בכפרים הסובבים ועלייה לפנסיפן - ההר הכי גבוה בכל ויאטנם, קמבודיה, לאוס ותאילנד.
    אתמול בבוקר יצאנו לטיול בכפרים עם מדריכה מקומית, את הלילה העברנו באירוח ביתי באחד הכפרים.
    היה דיי אדיר - גם ההסתובבות בכפרים, בשדות האורז, בין בתי הספר, הילדים, ושלל החיות (באפלו-ים, תרנגולים, ברווזים, כלבלבים, חזירונים) וגם לדבר עם המדריכה ולהבין איך זה לחיות כאן בכלל, מה הם עושים ביום יום ואיך מתנהלים חיי המשפחה. המדריכה, אגב, הייתה בת 21, אם לשני ילדים (בני 5 ו3) ונמוכה ממני באיזה 15 ס''מ, מה שלא הפריע לה לדלג מעל שלוליות הבוץ ובין שדות האורז הרבה יותר טוב ממני או מהילה.
    חוץ מההסתובבות והסיורים, עשינו עוד כמה פעילויות-
    למדתי איך הויאטנאמים צובעים את הבדים שלהם (בתמונה השלישית) - הם לוקחים את עלי צמח האינדיגו ושמים אותם במים לשלושה ימים, אחרי זה אפשר להכניס את הבד למים והוא הופך לכחול. אם מועכים כמה עלים ביד במשך 5-10 דקות היד נהיית *ממש* כחולה, התמונה יחסית מתחילת היום, אחר כך הידיים שלי נהיו יותר כהות ויותר כחולות. מאוד מרשים כמה עמיד הצבע (עברו יותר מ24 שעות ואחרי כמה שטיפות מאסיבות הידיים שלי עדיין בגוון כחלחל)
    הכנו batic, זו שיטה לציור על בד - מציירים עם שעוות דבורים (דונג) צבועה על בד ולאחר מכן טובלים את הבד בצבע האינדיגו, החלקים עם השעווה לא נצבעים. בסוף, שמים את הבד במים רותחים וכך גם הצבע מתקבע וגם השעווה נמסה ונשארות דוגמאות לבנות על הבד במקום השעווה.
    וכמובן - אכלנו ארוחה ביתית אצל המארחים שלנו וטעמנו יין אורז (כן - יש לזה את הטעם שאתם מדמיינים שיהיה לזה).

    אגב, החלק שלא סיפרתי עליו הוא שלל הנשים מהכפרים שמנסות למכור מלא תיקים/צמידים/ארנקים/צעיפים/בדים/סרטים/כובעים. אחת השיטות היא להיצמד אליך במהלך הסיור ולעזור בכל החלקים המחליקים ואז להתחנן לתמורה. זה יוצר מצבים משונים בהם אמא עם מנשא ותינוק עוזרת לאדם שגדול ממנה פי כמה לרדת איזה מדרגה או שלולית.

    בקיצור - יומיים מעניינים ומהנים 🤗
    מחר - הפנסיפן!
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    Michal Barak

    נראה מקסים. נ.ב. אנחנו יודעים מהו בטיק (אל תשכחי שאנחנו יותר קרובים לשנות השישים והשבעים ממך ). ב indigo משתמשים גם ברפואה בגלל העמידות.😙

    4/15/17Reply
    Shachar Barak

    חחחח לא ידעתי שזה היה כל כך נפוץ בשנות השישים והשבעים 🙄

    4/15/17Reply
    Tali Shye

    סליחה, זה עכשיו שיא האופנה. כל החולצות והשמלות ב ae הן כאלה.

    4/15/17Reply
    Shachar Barak

    אני רואה שהספקתן להתעדכן בת''א 😉 אני מבטיחה בפעם הבאה לעשות שיעורים יותר טוב

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  • Day35

    Day 35 - Sapa Arrival

    October 14, 2017 in Vietnam ⋅ ☁️ 18 °C

    What a wild day! We woke up early (5:40), got ready, packed, ate breakfast (the hotel set up breakfast an hour early for us), and hopped on the sleeper bus to Sapa. I had no idea the sleeper bus meant basically individual beds! It was awesome and super comfortable. The ride to Sapa was beautiful, through the mountains with views of the rice terraces and waterfalls.

    Once we arrived and got off the bus in Sapa, our host (well, the homestay taxi driver) was waiting with a sign that said "Courtney". This is when things got interesting and our (my) first minor mess up happened! We were supposed to be staying at a nice hotel, with a private balcony and beautiful mountain views, right in Sapa Town. I had been looking forward to this place for months. As the taxi driver drove out of the town and down through the mountain, I started to get a little confused, but wasn't too worried about it (and he didn't seem to speak much English so there wasn't much we could do). Then the ride continued for about 45 minutes through rocky roads, lined with all sorts of animals - cows, ducks, chickens, pigs, dogs. We ended up in the middle of nowhere at a place called Heavenly Homestay. I recognized the name from some emails but the place didn't seem right at all. We checked into our room and I tried to figure out what happened. I pulled out our little notebook with all of our bookings and travel documents and, sure enough, our Sapa hotel was called "Botanic Sapa", and I had jotted some notes about the terrace and the views and being right in the middle of town. That's when I realized what had happened. Back in April, when I was first looking at hotels, I had emailed this homestay about availability, since it was so highly rated. He didn't get back to me for several weeks, at which point I had already booked the other hotel. I deleted the email and forgot about it. Well...2 weeks ago, he emailed me and said he wanted to confirm our Sapa booking for the same dates that we were planning to be in Sapa. I just assumed it was our hotel and told him yes. Then about a week ago, due to the weather forecast, we switched around our Vietnam plans. I emailed him back and asked if we could switch dates and he said it was no problem. He had his driver pick us up and we ended up at the completely wrong place. We considered just staying there, but the weather isn't great so there would be nothing to do, and we were hungry and there was nowhere to go, and there was a chance of flooding and we really didn't want to get stuck there for a week, and there was absolutely no wifi/service and my mom would freak out if she didn't hear from me for a week. So, it was basically all my fault for not paying attention, but we were in the middle of nowhere, not where we wanted to be, and the host was really nice about it and had the driver take us back to the town (not for free this time). Our really nice hotel that I was excited about was full since we were here on the wrong dates, but they were also really nice and gave us a full refund even though it was passed the refundable date. We found another (cheaper) awesome hotel right in the middle of town. We don't have our beautiful terrace with mountain views, but it is foggy and cloudy anyways so it's not a huge deal. It all worked out in the end, just had a couple of hours of stress. We knew something would go wrong at some point, so it could have been much worse!!...sorry...that was a long story!

    Anyways, after we checked in, we checked out the town. It's really cool. Full of restaurants and shops and bars, with both locals and tourists everywhere. We wandered around for awhile, got pho for dinner, then settled down at some outdoor seats on a busy corner right on the lake for some beers. Now, we need to rest up - Sapa trekking tomorrow!!
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    Patti Conrad

    That's great!!

    10/14/17Reply
    Patti Conrad

    Crazy story. I hope you've learned Vietnamese.

    10/14/17Reply
    Tim Corallo

    tất nhiên tôi nói tiếng việt, ánh nắng mặt trời

    10/14/17Reply
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