Auberge Phouphadeng

Address: 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

      Hmong New Year and Bull Fights

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... he briskly spit it out and ran back to the restaurant for water. So I could only assume it must not have tasted that good. The problem with hearing times from locals and not being able to fluently speak their language is that you don't know exactly if it's accurate or not. Being told that the bull fights started around 7:30 at least got us up and out of bed early but had us waiting around 2 hours for the action to get going. They initially ...

      Plain of jars and the carnival

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... had bombed this cave and killed around 300 of the villagers that tried to take refuge in the cave. Pretty interesting and sad to learn about. Facts Site 1: 334 jars, largest diameter 2.5 m and 2.57m high, 127 uxo (unexploded ordinances) found and destroyed We were onward to find jar site 2 when we decided that we had to of past it and had to backtrack. You'd think they would make their signs for their tourist attractions a little bit more noticeable, or maybe that's just part of ...

      Phonsavan - Plain of Jars

      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Nov 12, 2014

      23 photos

      ... hand gel, the little lady in front of us, watched us through the seat gap as I first put it on Luke's hand and then my own, as she seemed so interested I offered some to her too. Giggling she accepted and I mimed rubbing hands together... only problem was I didn't know how to say "antibacterial hand gel" in Laos, and she clearly spoke no English. So I just sniffed my hands as it smells quite nice. She did the same and we all laughed. Ahh well. I guess ...

      Sam Neua and Vieng Xia

      A travel blog entry by andreaskerstin on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... so they have someone to practice their English on. Even though it is really a hassle to come here and leave again, we can really recommend to come here. Very close to Sam Neua is Vieng Xai. The little village only exists since the 70s, but before that the high politicians of the Pathet Lao together with hundreds of other communists were hiding here in caves from the americans for a whole 9 years. They enlarged the caves and fixed them up with different facilities. A ...

      The great plains, old jars and war history

      A travel blog entry by andreaskerstin on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... to squirrels on a bus ride. In Lao cities you usually see a lot of dogs and cats roaming around, which is usually no problem and very peaceful. Not so in Phonsavan. Dogs were barking and snarl at you. In the middle of the night you wake up because they not only don't like you, but have huge dog fights ball over the streets. Maybe as a consequence but maybe also just because they were nuts, 2 roosters were going on all night long. Interesting nights ;)