The picturesque scenery of the village surprised me. Here is a beautiful corner opposite the dusty and noisy Sapa town. Unfortunately, I only had one afternoon to listen to the children tell stories. The sun was setting on the other side of the hill, we quickly returned to have an evening BBQ party. That night, at the BBQ table with banh chicken, banh pig, and bamboo-tube rice, drinking some warm wine as a family, we sat and listened to the owner talk about his desire to find an original Sapa and his frustration with an outside commercial Sapa Vietnam.
That’s why in this Utopia
That’s why in this Utopia, every table, chair, house, and space is designed in the most beautiful, real, and ancient Sapa Vietnam style. After the party ended, we went up the hill to look at the stars at night. This vast and beautiful starry sky scene is difficult to see in the city and also difficult to describe through just one frame. Uto and Rainy always came to gather around us to make us less afraid in the pitch black space. We lit fireworks to celebrate an early birthday and chatted. A truly memorable memory, just like in a movie about youth! When dawn came, it was time for us to pack our luggage in time for the bus back to Hanoi.
The dogs saw us off to our destination. Really cute! All of us felt an indescribable feeling of love and regret and got on the bus to go to town. It’s hard to believe, just recently we were in the heart of the original Sapa Vietnam. Wish I could stay here longer. Surely, next year’s ripe rice season, I will return to Hau Thao, return to Utopia, live in the village amidst golden terraced fields, grill BBQ, drink cider, and chat about some discovery stories under the sparkling sky.
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