Today is a brand new day, and my heart is full of gratitude for Sapa.
I’m grateful for Sapa’s fresh air, beautiful landscapes, and temperate climate. Thanks to Sapa, we can breathe fresh air every day, and enjoy cool summers with a pleasant temperature. Đọc tiếp Thank you, Sapa!→
How’s it going? What’s the weather like where you live?
Sapa is in winter. It has been cold, foggy, and rainy for nearly one month. But last Sunday, it was warm and nice, so I decided to get up early, and ride to the Oolong tea hill in the morning sun.
When I came to the Oolong tea hill, and looked from above. The green of the Oolong tea hills, the pink of the cherry blossoms, the white of the clouds and fog, everything mixed perfectly to make a stunning landscape.
Today, I’d like to share with you a thing about Sapa that I’m so proud of. Can you guess what it is? It’s Mount Fansipan.
Known as the highest mountain in Vietnam, Mount Fansipan is 3.143 m above sea level. The mountain belongs to Hoang Lien Son mountain range. The reason why this mountain is named Fansipan is still unknown, but the name “Fansipan” is famous for many people who want to conquer the mountain.
When was the last time you saw a rainbow? A few weeks ago, I came across a rainbow on a beautiful day.
I remember, when I was a little girl, I often wondered where the rainbows come from. Thanks to the physics lessons in high school, I’ve learned that a rainbow is formed when the sunlight shines through raindrops. Rainbows are the phenomenon of light dispersion. That’s what remains in my mind from physics classes. In simple words, when it’s sunny and rainy at the same time, rainbows might come out.