6 of us stayed here over two nights in Sapa and had the most wonderful time!!! The accomodation you receive is very basic but that just adds to the charm. The view from the homestay is breathtaking. Kim and her family were absolutely wonderful!! They speak very little English but Ha has perfect English and was so helpful for everything we wanted!
We booked a half day trek which was tiring but amazing. And then did a cooking class with the family where they taught us 6 local dishes, all delicious! We had such a wonderful time thank you so much Kim and family!!!
This homestay was booked through our guide Shosho Laochai.
I left the laptop near the TV after a grueling 6 hours of trekking, extremely tired. Upon discovering the computer was not in my bag, I immediate contacted my guide.
She supposedly contacted the homestay who denied seeing the computer even though the owner watched us like a hawk, every move we made, while we were there.
I can only assume that the homestay and Shosho sold the laptop.
Funny thing: it's a special brand requiring a special charger which is actually with me right now, so it's not useable!
I have escalated the problem and contacted the tourist police. Will add an update soon.
Great homestay with a charming location and warm welcome hosts. In this homestay, I and my friends experienced local culture and it was so interesting. We also had a trekking trip with an ethnic guide who had known this area like back of her hand. This homestay is in a quite and peaceful valley and it is really different from commercialization Sapa Town with a flux of tourists.