Sapa Town (Hanoi) last day | Sept’11

The last day in Sapa: Ma Tra – Ta Phin (cave) 

After having our breakfast, off we go to our last trekking in Sapa.

Love the Vietnamese coffee!

Visited the school in one of the village.

School time~

Washing her hands.

Goodbye.

Beauty.

My aunt…

and my mum!

Met new friends from Israel! Had a great time trekking together!

Ok, my aunt wants to cam-whore a bit… scenery too beautiful!

The path that we have gone through together.

Moomoo~ Want some grass?

Flowers actually do grow on cow dungs??

Moo~ Is my shit!

Powerpuff girls and friend!

Mmm~ nom nom nom…

Hi handsome! No wait… Hi pretty~!

Last stop, Ta Phin Cave.

Time to go…

Goodbye Sapa~! I had a great time here experiencing the different culture!

Thank you~

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Sapa Town (Hanoi) day 1 | Sept’11

Took the night train from Hanoi to Lao Cai and the  journey is about 6 -7 hours. Arranged hotel shutter bus to pick us up from the Hanoi Railway station to Sapa town. It was a long journey but its all worth it. Had a great exprience taking the night train! Had fun and had a good night sleep through-out our whole journey.

Tips: Once the train stops, all kinds of strangers start coming up the train to sell things and many of those unknown drivers will be there trying to get passengers.  If you have already arrange the hotel shutter service to pick you up, the driver will be standing at the exit of the station holding onto a piece of paper with your name on it. So, do not listen to those unknown drivers and some of them will even tell you that they are from your hotel to pick you up, then they will collect money from you.

1st day trekking in Sapa:  Sapa Town market – Cat Cat (Waterfall) – Sin Chai Village 

Took this from our hotel, the Black Mhong villagers were there chasing after our bus. They were then followed us everywhere we go and even waited for us outside our hotel. All they want is to make some business by selling us their handmade goods like pouches, bags, wristband and etc… I get irritated after some time though.

Roses can be found everywhere here.

The villagers carve their names on the bamboo when their in love.

Cat Cat.

Have a break!

Hunter going back home for lunch.

Made by the Black H’Mong Villagers.

Lunch in with a nice view.

Sapa Market.

Want some snake wine?

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