Hostal Madre Tierra

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

    Gandalf the grey takes on Salkantay

    A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Aug 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the inca bar, the pool etc). It was a fantastic day. The Salkantay trek was an exhausting yet extremely rewarding and unforgettable 5 days. So of course we needed a full body hot stone massage in Cusco when we got back ;). I had moments on the trek where I realised that this is what I truly enjoy, meeting new people and making them your family even if only for a short time. It is the people you meet and the moments that leave you speechless in life that are truly the most ...

    Departure Day and Travel - July 31 and August 1

    A travel blog entry by robinturner on Aug 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... on. So I bought it. It doesn't hurt to splurge once, right? Strangely I am looking forward to fall now so I can wear it.

    Anyway, enough about the most beautiful poncho ever made. The group met back up and started to walk towards the other market as there are restaurants along the way to stop for lunch. I had no intention to buy anything else, but I did want to go for lunch with everyone else. We stopped at a small restaurant called Yola. Again, prices were reasonable. ...

    Cusco and Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jul 16, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... strewn with Incan ruins - each one more impressive than the last, but we spent the first day drinking coca tea to help with any potential altitude sickness (we were both fine) and shopping around for hiking poles and sleeping bags for the trek. We had arranged the trip with Intrepid months before and, as we have previously found with Intrepid, everything pretty much ran like clockwork.

    We were up at 4.30am to get on a bus at 5.30am and meet our ...


    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jun 13, 2014

    19 photos

    ... I ran out of clothing. I feel like the guy from "into the wild" writing his last words... ****... This is it. 3800 above sea level. 81- 5.30 wake up call. Couldn't believe it. This isn't a holiday. Woke up with numb toes, the numbness slowly made its way down to my feet. Everyone with there hiking boots and me just with my, I don't even know what there called anymore. I'll call them joggers. Josie calls trackies joggers. She also calls fairy floss, candy floss. Everyone in the ...

    Into the Sacred Valley of the Incas!

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on May 26, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... even so, we received our first sample of religious art produced by native or mestizo (mixed blood) anonymous artists.

    The walk to the Moray Terraces was filled with spectacular views of the mountains. The timing of our arrival coincided with the rare intersection of recent rains, which dropped snow in the mountains even higher above us at 18,000 feet, and clear blue skies testifying to the end of the rainy season. This is ...