(Cinet)- Located 38km from Lao Cai City, Sa Pa is a mountainous district of Lao Cai Province. The average temperature of the area is 15-18oC, it is cool in summer and cold in winter. Sa Pa District is very well-known with Sa Pa Townlet, Ham Rong Mountain, Silver Waterfall, Rattan Bridge, Bamboo Forest and Ta Phin Cave, ect. Do not miss it anyway if you are staying here a saturday night.Young Red Dzao hill tribe used to come to Sapa to sing songs to the opposite sex. Girls sang the songs hidden in the dark, when a boy found them, and if they matched together, they disappeared into the forest for three days. Some of them got married after that. While Dao women are indeed highly industrious, the men, it seems, prefer to spend most of their time drinking, smoking opium or sleeping, only occasionally slapping the rump of a lethargic bovine moving more slowly than they are. Few of their songs, though, are about drinking, smoking opium, sleeping or slapping rumps. Currently you may spot … [Read more...] about The best destinations in Sapa
Red carpet beauty tips
Blue and green should never be seen, or should they? Do the traditional rules of dressing still apply? The world of high fashion always claims to be about breaking rules. Take a look at the catwalks at London Fashion Week, which starts today. But when it comes to our everyday choice of clothes there's always someone piping up about some longstanding rule. The rules have such longevity because most people like having guidance about how to dress, says Andrew Groves, who heads the University of Westminster's fashion department. "We all like to think we're individuals but rules give people a certain security when it comes to fashion." So are they arbitrary and outdated or do they still apply?1. Don't do denim with denim It's a look that "contravenes all known laws of human decency" says the Guardian's fashion commentator Hadley Freeman. She's not alone in her disgust but despite all the haters double denim has made a comeback on the catwalks this year, even appearing on the cover of … [Read more...] about Are there really ‘rules’ to what to wear?