Champa Residence Hotel
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Ponsavan is a long smear of dreary modern Soviet architecture spread upon the dusty mountain plateaus of central Laos. The town and surrounding area got an absolute hammering from American B-52s during the Secret War and the landscape is awash with unexploded ordinance.
The horrendous scale of the bombing of this country and the devastation that is still caused today by the cluster bombs was made clear to us on a visit to the Unexploded Ordinance Museum in Luang ...
... way and would cost him a lot. As I'd had no sleep we told him we would go with him but after I'd had a couple of hours sleep and the sun had got a bit cooler in the afternoon. He agreed and was really happy. We met him at 12pm and jumped in a tuk tuk for 270.000kip. The journey took about an hour. The scenery was fantastic. The ancient city is from the 7th century and is now a heritage site. It was really cool. You walk down ...
Mike and I had breakfast without waking Alanna and Nigel (left her a note) then walked over to Phi Dao Hotel for iced cappuccino and internet.
Alanna and Nigel joined us and we sat for a while longer, then he left to pack and check out and catch his flight to Vientiane.
We went and hired motorbikes from a guy up the road, 50000kip each for the day, rode a little bit up the road to gas station to fill them up. Alanna picked up changing ...
... even more :) I then skyped mummy and because i was still feeling pants it was a very emotinal phone call and we spoke through lots of options. I was starting to worry about finances and not feeling well just magnified everything, so mum and i had a good old heart to heart before i calmed myself down and headed off to the pharmacy to get myself some meds! I then the others again for dinner and tried to eat as much of it as possible but had lost my appetite. Never ...
... a the place – which is weird at best, and downright unpleasant at worst. It’s a genuinely unwelcoming place – no-one says hello, or even smiles, and the kids just throw stones at us. We feel like intruders so retreat fairly quickly. Awful stuff. We keep going though and the next stop is the famous Tad Lo falls – these are low level, but very wide and even during dry season they produce a fair throughput of water. We were told we could ...