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Trekking around Sapa - Overnight Homestay in Ban Den
Vietnam

Sapa is one of the best spots in Vietnam for some serious trekking. During a 2 week holiday in Vietnam we walked for 5 days in the mountains around Sapa. Guided by the fantastic Guide 'Lame' we had an amazing time.


This panorama is taken at one of the homestays, while the lady was making dinner for us. 

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Uploaded: 05/02/2013
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Tags: vietnam; homestay; locals; sa pa; ta van village; trekking; walking; hiking
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