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What kind of food will we eat at the homestay?

There will be a range of food at the homestay. For dinner there will be a mix of traditional Dao and Vietnamese. We bring a lot of food in from Sapa to share with the family and everyone gets a chance to share in the cooking. For breakfast, pancakes and bananas have become very poplular amongst the trekkers and homestays, although if you wish to have a traditional Dao breakfast that can be arranged. It is ususlaly rice, and an egg and some vegetables.

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