Sa Pa, the final day

After another night on the rice wine, we had a fantastic pancake break fast and set off for Hau Thao, another H’mong village.

This was probably the best trek, the weather was holding up,I expected rain but we were very lucky. Two days after I left I saw on the news that they had snow and the Fog had set in, phew I timed it well (for here anyway!)

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Children playing in the fields.

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Our guide and the crazy Korean!

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I’m pleased with these pictures, and that doesn’t happen often.

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Another school as we had some time waiting to be picked up by the bus.


In charge of dinner time

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Back at Sa Pa, Volley ball is a much loved sport, now you see it!!!

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Now you don’t . At the end of the afternoon. the clouds descended and the whole of Sa Pa was covered in Cloud/fog, It was so sudden. In the summer they talk about four seasons in one day, which it is easy to imagine… The bus drive to the train station was interesting as we tried to pass juggernauts coming the other way in the fog, but we made it.

2 responses to Sa Pa, the final day

  1. Devra says:

    Stu these are your best yet! So beautifull I was just thinking the same thing! Wow really emotive and so beautifull! Wow devs xxxxx


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