Auberge Phouphadeng

Xiengkhouang, Phonsavan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Xiengkhouang, Phonsavan.
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    Travel Blogs from Phonsavan

    Laos - Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 12, 2014

    63 photos

    ... street, and while we were looking for a new place to stay it started to rain. Since we were getting really wet we entered the first guesthouse we spotted. It was nice and clean but it had miserable staff that wasnīt helpful at all, plus the guy sitting at the reception provided us with incorrect information the buses going from Phonsavan to Pakse. Last but not least the guesthouse was almost empty and he assigned us the furthest room from the reception which couldnīt be reached by ...

    The most bombed country in the world.

    A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Jun 06, 2014

    9 photos

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    Phonsavan is a bit ghost town. Nothing here at all really other than a few streets, a market and the well know fields of stone 'Jars' that we had come to see. As we ambled around the place was that quiet that we could not find any other drivers or tours that would take us to see the Jars for a reasonable price so back to Mr Lee it was and we booked up for the next day along with Sophie and Gavin. As we wandered around we saw so many places that had old American bombs ...

    Phonsavan, Laos

    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jun 02, 2014

    14 photos

    ... you find yourself on the wrong side of the red and white markers that tell you where it is safe to walk. The white side means the surface and sub surface has been cleared of mines, the red side means the surface only has been cleared. Not a big deal you might think, until you read that one hill alone I was visiting had 127 mines removed and it still hasn’t been cleared fully. Heeby jeebies. Weirdly sometimes it seems that maybe a marker has been put ...

    Phonsavan and the Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... to admire the scenery as it’s very difficult to concentrate on anything else while the bus is being swung precariously round unprotected high mountain bends – the sense that we’d end up in one of those much-documented third-world bus crashes becomes increasingly real the further we progress! Still, we do finally get to Phonsavan, some eight hours after we set off, and we buy our return bus tickets at the bus station, this time knowing what ...

    The Most Bombed Country in The World

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 12, 2014

    15 photos

    ... victims with medical care, rehabilitation, and even some things to help financially. Within this centre, there are chalkboards where the names of the latest victims are written. It was incredibly sad to see how many people are still injured by bombs as recent as last month and most of them being children. With our heads full of new information and new questions for Tey, we had a quick dinner, we called our Moms to wish them a happy Mother's Day, and went to sleep.

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