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  • 3 reasons why I had a crush on Sapa, VietnamThe first time I went to Vietnam, I stopped in Sapa for a few days and i thought I wouldn’t stay more than 3 days… So I booked my bus tickets to spend 3 days in Sapa and I can Posted by sam_travels in Sam Travels the World | Jun 17, 2019
  • Never taking a bus in Vietnam again -_-Today was pretty much the bus ride from hellllllll. The day started out fine, I slept in a bit and then trekked two miles with Mama Vi Vu into a nearby town. My bus was at 4, but around noon Posted by bsantos1991 in Southeast Asia 2017 | Sep 25, 2017
  • Rice fields for days After a pretty solid sleep, minus getting woken up a couple times in the early morning by the rooster, we had a lovely breakfast of banana crepes with honey. We then set off for some trekking! I was really enjoying Posted by bsantos1991 in Southeast Asia 2017 | Sep 24, 2017
  • First sleeper bus in VietnamDay one in sapa. A different bus came to pick me up than I was expecting, but they had my name so I guess that was the right one. The bus was pretty cool, it was a sleeper bus, and Posted by bsantos1991 in Southeast Asia 2017 | Sep 23, 2017
  • Stop 14 - Hanoi and Sapa[center][b]Coming from Hong Kong to Vietnam turned into a bit of a mammoth journey; crossing back to the mainland by metro, border control, a metro to Shenzhen train station, a bullet train to Nanning, a metro to the other train Posted by Chloemillen92 in Overland adventures | Jul 8, 2017
  • Halong Bay & Sapa==Halong Bay== Happy Valentine's Day everyone! We really wish we had a wonderful romantic story to tell you regarding our valentines day however ours ended up being a Posted by BlondeandCurly in Blonde & Curly Adventures | Feb 26, 2017
  • Walking a Sea of Green[center][/center] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sa_Pa|Sa Pa]], a hilly region in the Northwest of Vietnam, that is littered with scattered towns and rice fields carved out of the hills Posted by acanuckabroad in A Canuck Abroad | Nov 10, 2015
  • Halong Bay TravelPLAN YOUR HALONG BAY VACATION A visit to the north is not complete without a trip to Halong Bay, where placid waters give way to more than 3,000 limestone karsts and wind-sculpted limestone formations jut from foggy lagoons. Dotting the bay Posted by Kiên in Vietnam Travel Blog | Sep 1, 2015
  • 5) Vietnam==Vietnam== Vietnam was unbelievable, it became our favourite very quickly. I honestly feel like we didn't waste a single minute here. We packed even more into our already tight itinerary and not even a moment felt like a chore. The contrast Posted by jayandmat2015 in Jay & Mat's Travel Blog | May 16, 2015
  • Sapa homestay and sceneryI finally broke the Sean-Libby team by leaving for Sapa. I had a great time travelling with someone for such a long time, especially someone that I could, and would, be close friends to back home. It makes conversations more Posted by Libbytes in PhD Celebration Travel | May 19, 2014
  • Bac Ha market, Sapa marketBac Ha district is 60 kilometers from Lao Cai. Bac Ha is the largest fair of Sapa. When going to market, visitors will see the high mountain, terraced fields. Sometimes, tourists have to stop the car in order to get Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 31, 2013
  • Sapa AttractionsFamous for its breathtaking landscapes, Sapa is also an ideal inhabitation for a great diversity of ethnic minority peoples. It is likely that, Sapa was first inhabited by highland minorities of H’mong and Zao groups who immigrated from southern provinces Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Nov 25, 2013
  • Chilling and bloggingToday we were supposed to be going to a market about 40km from Sapa called Coc Ly. Unfortunately, as it is low season, there are no organised tourist groups going there at the moment. It would've cost us Posted by Tam-Jo in The Adventures of Jo and Tammy... | Jan 22, 2013
  • Mud, mud, mud! Posted by Tam-Jo in The Adventures of Jo and Tammy... | Jan 22, 2013
  • SapaLast night's train journey was pure luxury (for us anyway)! A lovely four cabin berth which we shared with a nice Australian couple, a proper western toilet, and a TV in our cabin that was showing episodes of Mr. Posted by Tam-Jo in The Adventures of Jo and Tammy... | Jan 22, 2013
  • Trekking in Sapa Vietnamese Children in the Countryside The followi Posted by kendallwallace in Wanderlust Wallace | Jan 15, 2013
  • Sapa I took the night train to Sapa—made some Vietnamese friends along the way who were in my bunk. They were awesome—even gave me a lift from the train station to town! [img=https://pho Posted by kendallwallace in Wanderlust Wallace | Jan 15, 2013
  • A Week in North VietnamThe first thing that struck me on the way to the hotel from Hanoi airport was just how peacefully underdeveloped Laos had been, for an entire week there had been no incessant beeping of horns, no traffic, no ugly high Posted by seanio5 in The Other Side of The World, and Back | Jun 1, 2012
  • SapaSo where next in Vietnam? My next stop is Sapa a mountain town north of Hanoi! Sapa is little market town with villages from the local tribal villages in the hills mingling around in traditional dress and trying to sell Posted by Joewhittaker in Adventures of a Joe of the western world | May 26, 2012
  • SapaAfter a transfer from our hotel to the train station, we got hurried onto a train in a big rush and we went to the wrong cabin and then rushed to the next. Once stumbling upon the correct cabin, we Posted by meganjane03 in South East Asia | Jan 28, 2012
  • I'm catching up with many months of Hanoian activityI'm writing this on 17 August. It's past high summer but, even so, today the temperature is around 32 and humidity is OK. At least you don't need to wipe the moisture from one's top lip every few Posted by langforda in Langfords in Hanoi | Aug 17, 2011
  • Visiting Vietnam, part 2; Hoi An, Hue, Hanoi, Halong & SapaFirst a word on our means of transport in Vietnam. When we were in Ho Chi Minh we bought an open bus ticket which would take us all the way to Hue, hopping on and off where we liked. Posted by kelandstu in School Bell Silenced | Aug 8, 2011
  • Night Train to SapaSaigon. To me, the name had always evoked red paper lanterns, smoky opium dens, a rooftop staircase leading to nowhere, and Jonathan Pryce as “The Engineer.” But that Saigon is history. Today, it’s a sprawling city of Posted by carldprince in Chapter Two | Jun 12, 2011
  • Sapa - A Mountain Paradise!Sapa is a truly enchanting town. It is nestled 2000m above sea level on the steep slopes of north-western Vietnam. The town overlooks an impressive, deep valley filled with cascading bright green rice terraces. We found a beautiful room for Posted by KyleMac in INTO THE UNKNOWN | Jun 7, 2011
  • The Exotic Northern Vietnam adventuresThis is my first trip visiting Vietnam, my wife & me traveled on the end of February 2011. I chose the Northern part because of the cool weather in Winter. As usual, I planned and booked everything on line. To have everything Posted by sunnyH in The Exotic Northern Vietnam adventures | Mar 10, 2011
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