Last night I road on my first overnight train and it was an interesting experience. The beds were small, we couldn’t figure out how to shut the overhead light off, and it was very shaky but overall I slept pretty well. When we got off the train we started the morning off with a market tour in Sapa which was very neat to see the handmade items and fresh meats and crops that the people from Sapa were selling. Following the market tour in Sapa we went to Cat Cat Village which was my favorite part of the day. When we got to Cat Cat Village we got to play dress up in the Cat Cat traditionally dress and wear it around the village. The items being sold in the shops were very similar to the items being sold at the Sapa market and even some items were similar to the items being sold in the Ho Chi Minh City market. We hiked down the Cat Cat Village to the waterfall which was a little scary going down because the steps were made of rocks and logs but the hike was worth it. Deep down in the village was a beautiful waterfall, buildings, and really neat swings and windmills handmade by the people of Cat Cat Village. Cat Cat Village has been my favorite experience so far and I can’t wait to see what other neat places we get to tour.