Hostal Madre Tierra

Calle Atocsaycuchi 647 - A, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Something Out of Nothing

A travel blog entry by mbourland94

... rain jackets, and waited by the pond, expecting to get some fishing poles and be out there for a while. To our surprise, one of the workers from the station brought down a wheel barrel and a giant net. A few of us, not me, got to take a quick dip in the pond and walk from one corner to the other, dragging the net around the perimeter. We caught 32 fish that are apparently cousins of the pirahna, which made the ...

The Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet


... where the local people still harvest salt from the mineral rich water from nearby hot springs using traditional methods. It's hard manual work that impacts their life expectancy.
From there we walked (down-hill) to the Urubamba river, in what was a fairly transparent test of our walking pace. Fortunately at the conclusion of our 'test', our guide looked relieved by our performance and we ...

City Tour of Ruins

A travel blog entry by conrad.bear


... that monitored people selling things and moving on the road. There is a stream running down, that has been running since Inca times. The source has not been found yet.

Next is the red fortress. It over looks the Cusco valley. It is named because on the red brick used to built it.

Final ruins are Q'engo. Which are large stones that predate the Incas. when the sun hits one ...

Working our way down to Peru

A travel blog entry by ruth2014


... hands and feet to stop. The last dunne was massive and as I continued to pick up speed it seemed to get bumpier and bumpier so my body was quite soar by the end from banging up and down on the bumpy bits at speed. Nevertheless, it was so much fun it was worth a few bruises to go faster!! The next morning after a bit of confusion we decided to fork out and spend the $100 to go to see the Nasca Lines by plane. The lines are quite spectacular but the flight is a bit bumpy ...

Street food

A travel blog entry by rnathan90


... before. All these girls come from rural towns outside of Cusco and are pretty poor. Another eye opening thing about working here is that all these girls seem to only have one pair of clothes each week, yes that's right they wear the same exact thing every day for an entire week. They are also the nicest group of girls, they all think I'm hilarious and are giggling at me even if I'm just standing there doing nothing. It's fun I am enjoying ...

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This 3 star hostel, located on Calle Atocsaycuchi 647 - A, Cusco, is near San Blas, Q'engo, Munaycha, and Museum of Religious Art (Museo de Arte Religioso).
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