The brilliant yellow color of the ripe rice season in Ta Van in Sapa Vietnam, the long craggy roads on the cliffs right at O Quy Ho pass… bring visitors many unforgettable experiences. Stopping in Sapa town after a day of continuous driving, I gradually soaked up the chilly early winter of the foggy city. About 7km from Sapa town, Ta Van village is located peacefully in the Muong Hoa valley. Driving on the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport in sport mode, I gently clicked the “+”, “-” buttons on the steering wheel to adjust the gears, and easily crossed the road full of undulating rocks scattered along the road. easy and effortless. For me, the pleasure of driving on the way to the valley is being immersed in the highland nature and fully feeling that very delicate arrangement.
The terraced fields in Ta Van in Sapa Vietnam…
The terraced fields in Ta Van in Sapa Vietnam seem to shine in the brilliant yellow of the ripe rice season, winding down the valley, embracing the poetic Muong Hoa stream as if inviting curious eyes to explore. break in me. I immersed myself in looking at the sea of ripe golden rice as a picture of a beautiful landscape in the Northwest mountains. Accidentally asked a few women for directions, and then gave them a lift, so I reached Ta Van village quickly. 7-seater car should be spacious for all 5 people, and all 4 big bags that they carry.
Ethnic women were able to sit in the car for the first time and chat in their native language with great joy. I suddenly realized that, without hesitating to start a conversation with the ethnic people in Ta Van, they are always happy to be friendly with any visitor here. Even if they do not fully understand each other’s language, the physical conversation is enough for visitors to have a different experience.
“King of the Northwest Pass” O Quy Ho in Sapa Vietnam…
“King of the Northwest Pass” O Quy Ho in Sapa Vietnam is an invaluable gift that nature bestows on the land of Sapa. The beauty and majesty of this pass is hard to match. Do not miss the opportunity to conquer that legendary pass. O Quy Ho Pass is a long road crammed on cliffs, up and down continuously, but it is the challenging craziness of this road that is one of the reasons that attract many passionate footsteps.
Vi vu on a high-rise Pajero Sport car with a powerful 3.0L MIVEC engine, 4-wheel drive bridge is fully effective, making the slippery wet pass safer with a comfortable but still light driving feeling. light, flexible… brought me many interesting experiences. At the top of the pass, stop the car close to a corner and listen to the whisper of the great thousand, the afternoon on O Quy Ho always brings in a very peaceful feeling. The regular cup of instant coffee that I still drink is surprisingly delicious!
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