Auberge De La Plaine Des Jarres

Address: \N, Phonsavan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Inn
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This inn, located on \N, Phonsavan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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

    I shot my baaaabbbbbyyyyyyy. Sorry, every time we walked down to the banks of the Mekong for food or drink that song got stuck in my head. This is another bus entry. Well, for as long as I can type before it gets too bumpy write anyway. We are heading for Phonsavan, where the Plain of Jars is. Here's some words: We had a really good night's sleep after the epic bus journey to Luang Prabang. Our plan for the first day was to have a wander. We got some brekkie/brunch and went ...

    Jars, lost phones and crumbling stupas

    A travel blog entry by teenza on Jun 26, 2015

    9 photos

    ... was turned off so who knows! Dejected, we went to another small town for lunch where we had delicious and fresh noodle soup with lots of great greenery. We also tried a pork and sticky rice thing wrapped in a leaf- it was a little bit funky. We trundled off to a couple of sites of the ancient town. First was a Buddha temple that had been damaged and looted in the war but was mostly standing then off to a ruin of a Stupa. Back at the ...

    Phonsavan and the Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Mar 30, 2015

    63 photos

    ... built with foreign aid from New Zealand and opened by the Governor General in 2013. The largest jar is 2.25m across and 2.5m high and weighs around 6 tonne. Most of them are quite a bit smaller. Our guide told us about the various explanations for how the jars came to be - from giant cups to funeral urns. Also at this site are old bomb craters and Vietnamese trenches from the Vietnam war. There's a cave too that was ...

    Vang Vieng and the Plain of Jars

    A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 15, 2015

    1 comment, 57 photos

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    We hired a driver to take us to the 3 main jar sites to see a small portion of the approximately 2500 large carved stone jars spread out over hundreds of square kilometers. No one knows the origin of the people who made them, why they transported these heavy objects great distances, or what they were used for. The archaeological theory is that they were burial jars which is somewhat substantiated by bone fragments. Another is the more ...

    Feeling helpless - Lao UXO

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Feb 19, 2015


    ... follow special procedures if they went back to their bases in Thailand and Cambodia with full payloads. And most couldn't be bothered to follow these procedures so they dropped their bombs anywhere, to lighten the load, to not have to follow procedure.

    During this time the King of Laos was driving around in cars donated by the US government. The war was kept secret for six years but not, presumably, from the King of the country the bombs were being dropped on. That's one hell ...