Auberge Phouphadeng

Address: \N, Phonsavan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Phonsavan

    Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by griffalo on Sep 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... would (Daz was expecting me to walk half the way back, I think, so was pretty surprised by this).

    After an evening of relaxing in a local restaurant which funds local schools (so we had to have a couple of drinks, it's for charity!), we got our final fill of National Geographic before heading off to our 9 night stay in Luang Prabang (which is where I am writing this from, as we need something to do in this 9 nights or we'll go insane!).

    Jars, lost phones and crumbling stupas

    A travel blog entry by teenza on Jun 26, 2015

    9 photos

    ... a hill and have amazing views of the surrounding fields.we spent time taking pics and wandering around. It was quite a beautiful day. Then.... Jenny looked for her phone and it was not where it should have been. We checked her bag, pockets etc and not there. We looked in the van and not there so we decided to go back to Site 1 and recheck there. We rest raced our steps and got a bonus look at the jars again but no phone. I tried to ring ...

    Phonsavan and the Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Mar 30, 2015

    63 photos

    We decided to hire a guide to have a look around as we've found that in a lot of places things are not signposted and it can be hard to find things. There are around 160 sites where the jars can be found, three of which have the greatest number and have been UXO (unexploded ordinance) cleared. Of interest to us was that this had been completed with the help of foreign aid from New Zealand. The Visitors Centre at Site 1 ...

    Vang Vieng and the Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 15, 2015

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... good at it. It was the windiest road either of us has ever been on and thanks to better living through chemistry, I survived it (Doranne of course did just fine thank you).

    In Phonsavan we visited an interesting local market where all manner of dead and living things were on hand for the hungry. The porcupines were a novelty, but though we've seen fresh live cockroaches in a bowl many times, the reaction is always the same - revulsion and ...

    Feeling helpless - Lao UXO

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Feb 19, 2015


    ... war finished in 1974, another 20000 have died or been injured.

    Over the last decade there have been 300 deaths annually. 40% of these deaths involve children. Laos is a poor country. It's made even poorer because farmers, and remember Laos is 80% arable land, are too scared to plough new fields. Most of the bombs were dropped on flat land - the most arable land. Not only this but a hell of a lot of the bombs were dropped indiscriminately, for no reason other than B-52 pilots ...