Phu Phadaeng Hotel

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

Plain of Jars..

A travel blog entry by davesorisi on Jan 28, 2015

9 photos

... War Two) and more than 30% is estimated to have not exploded which now litters the countryside. This affects farming and the wider economy with a large percentage of the population not being able to grow sufficient crops to last them a year, as the risk of extending fields can be to dangerous. Kind of puts life into perspective slightly. We don't have it that bad in the UK after all!!!

Although I did have an interesting ...

Having a hard time getting past this

A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Dec 15, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... of the highway through the mountains was pot holes, dirt road and very narrow. We bumped our way through for a good 3-4 hours, maybe more...dust, dirt and bumps. There were times that I thought we had lost the back of the bus. When we finally arrived in Phonsavanh (and we were the last people on the bus for the end of the trip) and checked into our hotel, the first thing we did was hit the "toilet". Sonia and I both commented that we thought ...

The Mysterious Plain Of Jars

A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Nov 26, 2014

28 photos

... had a squat toilet as there was the step up which normally you have for squats. What replaced it was a normal western toilet which was hard to sit on as you had to step up to the toilet seat but then your back was against the sink. The shower was fine enough but the door being wooden was rotted through on the bottom, obviously not water proofed in any way. I settled into my room waiting for the time to meet the man from earlier and all I could hear were the people in the rooms ...

Plain of jars and the carnival

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 23, 2014

27 photos

... at jar site 1. Here again we had to pay a small fee of 10000 kip (have to support Laos tourism industry) and parked the bike (another 3000 kip). It was short hike up a hill to see the first couple of jars. At the top there wasn't just jars to captivate us. Right next to about 8 of these giant cement urns was a crater large enough to fit a small car in. Next to the crater was a sign that said "indochinese second war 1968-1973." This was one of the sites that american pilots ...

Spelunking and soaking

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 22, 2014

23 photos

... dirt road we made it to the entrance where we each had to pay 10000 kip ($1.25) and he handed us the keys. I wasn't sure what the keys were for but I gladly took them. Parking the bike at the top of the mountain we headed down a flight of stairs towards a mountain that I assumed was the cave. Sure enough we came across a sign that said medic depot cave with a gate the was locked. Ah ha! The keys were to get into the cave. We were once again fortunate enough to be the only people at ...