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beware the spring roll!

Well we are still in Sa Pa having a great time.
last night we got a little food poisoning from some vegetarian spring rolls, bec and i were vomiting all night, yukky!
i am here now with two of the local girls, They live in lao chai, near-by Sa Pa, they are very good sales girls. They are very cheeky and are alot of fun! even though they are very traditional they all have email and to my surprise are amazing at pool.
Tomorrow night we will be leaving Sa Pa i wish i could stay here forever, it is such a warm hearted place and absolutley stunning.
i don't have much time to write now but i'll make up for it tomorrow or tonight.

-claire
Sa Pa

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sa pa replier said…
hi Claire, thanks for the post. What did you buy from the cheeky sales girls. Will it require a hercules airlift to get it home. .....love Simon....hi to grasshopper and Paul. ...vimeos are great......

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