Make sure you take time to walk around Sapa. It is now a large town but very colorful. Walk down to the main lake which is situated at the entrance to the town. Lorraine met a fisherman who showed her how to catch fish from the lake. The town has some nice cafe's and restaurants. Our favorite is the Tulip Restaurant. They make delicious wood fired pizzas which only cost a few dollars. Sapa has lots of Internet cafes so if you need to connect to the outside world then you can do this quite easily.

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Sapa Vietnam: View from our hotel room in Sapa. Sapa Vietnam: The hills look lovely with the cloud and sunshine. Sapa Vietnam: Hotel renovations taking place nearby. Sapa Vietnam: Hotel with mountain views. Sapa Vietnam: The mist can roll in at anytime. Sapa Vietnam: Distinctive architecture of Sapa township. Sapa Vietnam: The Lake at the entrance to the town is very beautiful. Sapa Vietnam: Village market. Sapa Vietnam: Colorful village market. Sapa Vietnam: The cool mountain air makes Sapa a delightful break from the heat of Vietnam. Sapa Vietnam: The Tulip Hotel and Restaurant make absolutely delicious wood-fire oven pizzas ... probably the best in Vietnam. Sapa Vietnam: Red Zao woman with a cheerful positive disposition. Sapa Vietnam: The full Red Zao costume is very attractive. Sapa Vietnam: Black H'mong boys walk into the township. Sapa Vietnam: H'mong boys are not as common as the girls. Sapa Vietnam: Lorraine with traditional Zao coat.
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