|This is the church on the square. It was built by the French and now I'm not sure who takes care of it since there don't seem to be very many Catholics here any more.|
|The stairs down to the market at night. In the day time this tightly packed thoroughfare is filled with all sorts of food: veggies, blood sausage, fried tofu, dog, sugar cane, etc etc.|
|A house that's fairly typical outside of Sapa. In town you won't find any of these.|
The clouds roll up the valley and through Sapa town. Sometimes this can make the weather change dramatically. Watch as a sunny day on the square gets covered in fog in less than a minute.