A humble Vietnamese wooden hut on stilts? It's the height of luxury having been transformed into a temple of Zen

What about the insects?’ I asked anxiously. ‘Fumigated!’ came the reply. ‘And the loo?’ ‘Perfumed, for the three weeks!’
I was on my way to the remote north of Vietnam, 200 miles from Hanoi, where staying in the homes of locals is one of the few options for lodging, and I was apprehensive. 
But Loan Foster, owner of bespoke travel company Journeys To The East, is not one to do things by half.
‘An advance guard of staff has already arrived,’ she assured me, ‘along with food, wine, and an espresso machine.’
The journey took us through the fertile Lo Valley, past plantations of rice and corn,... read more

10 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail

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