Maly Hotel

Address: 24, Muangphouane Ban Phonsa aat, Phonsavan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 24, Muangphouane Ban Phonsa aat, Phonsavan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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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      We decided to wake up at 5:30am because we heard it was going to be the last big day of celebration for the Hmong New Years down at their "fair grounds" and there were to be bull fights starting around 7:30am. Since we had to return the rented motorcycle the previous day we decided to make the 6km trek to the grounds. Because we are at a higher elevation here (similar to high desert) to say the temperature was brisk would be an understatement. Not that ...

      Plain of jars and the carnival

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 23, 2014

      27 photos

      The second day of our rented moto we thought we should go visit the coveted plain of jars. In an essence they are sort of like the great pyramids of Laos. They are ancient relics of large cemented looking urns that archeologists believe were actually used as a sort of burial relic in ancient history. Some old burnt bones and other personal objects such as knives were found in and around the jars, suggesting that they were indeed used as a sort of giant urn. A short drive out of town and ...

      Spelunking and soaking

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 22, 2014

      23 photos

      ... hiking down a mountain side to the sweet pungent smell of sulfur. The nice part about these hot springs was that they drained directly in the river, thus actually making them tolerable to soak in. It was a unique mixture of hot and cold water that was a relaxing way to recover from straddling the motorbike for the last hour. After about 30 minutes we were joined by some young village kids that kept us more than entertained. No matter where in the world one may be, kids always have a ...

      Dodging dogs and domestic disputes

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 20, 2014

      15 photos

      ... experience it. After we finished our food in the dark we escaped the market once the power came back on and made our way back to our bed. On the way though we were stopped by some fellow people that we were on the bus with, a german man, and another woman and her brother who were on the bus that had our bags on it. After talking with them for awhile we finally yawned our way to saying good night and actually got to call it a night. What a day. And the journey ...

      The great plains, old jars and war history

      A travel blog entry by andreaskerstin on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... till a few years AD. Locals believe them to be containers for water and alcohol, but archeologist believe them to be buriel sites, sounding more plausible look at their location atop little hills. Only few of the sites are cleared of the so called bombies and 3 are mainly accessible for tourists. Well, if you call 30 km of unpaved dirt road accessible. The jars and the landscape around were very impressive, but unfortunately there was no presentation ...