Phu Phadaeng Hotel

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

Down By The River

A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Aug 16, 2015

25 photos

... sights. Luang Prabang is quite a pretty little city. It's a UNESCO world heritage city, so that would make sense I guess. There are temples intermingled with French colonial buildings and Laotian ones too. The streets were really quiet too. Compared to the constant beep beep of Vietnam it was lovely. We headed down the main street to the end of the peninsula, then walked back along the riverside road. We went to go in Wat Xieng Thong, which is a big and beautiful ...

Jars, lost phones and crumbling stupas

A travel blog entry by teenza on Jun 26, 2015

9 photos

... checked her room for her phone but it wasn't there. She had a look on the find my phone app but unfortunately it was turned off and untraceable. Town had some interesting markets, a lot of it is quite local stuff like clothes and shoes but we had a taste of some donut type things and bought some fresh bananas for snacks. Dinner was at a Vietnamese style restaurant where we all picked a kind of noodle stir fry and washed it down with a ...

Phonsavan and the Plain of Jars

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Mar 30, 2015

63 photos

... a hospital by the Vietnamese. We saw only one jar with a lid on it, but there were a few other lids on the ground. When we visited site 3 we were the only ones there and had to walk along a track through rice paddies. The climate is cooler in this part of Laos so they only have one crop of rice a year, sowing in June and harvesting in November.

We also stopped at a "Spoon Village". These villages collect the ...

Vang Vieng and the Plain of Jars

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 15, 2015

1 comment, 57 photos

... theory that they were used for making rice wine for a big celebration after the ouster of an evil tyrant. Whatever the case, they are an oddity and a mystery estimated to originate from 500 BC to 200 AD. The jars are amazing to see and it is amazing that any survived the carpet bombing during the American Secret War in Laos. There are huge bomb craters all around the sites, some containing bits of destroyed jars. So little of the area has been ...

Feeling helpless - Lao UXO

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Feb 19, 2015


... bribe. 50000 of your villagers plus your future prosperity for a new Ford Lincoln Sir?

And you wonder why I'm a communist? You wonder why this country threw out its royalty and turned communist? Maybe you don't. But that's why.

What is justice? I don't think Buddhism has all the answers. And at times it's supposedly wise proverbs, when you analyse them, are designed to make the poor just as meek as anything Christianity preaches. I came across one the other day.