Hostal Madre Tierra

Address: 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

    Colca Canyon

    A travel blog entry by ciaralow on Aug 22, 2015

    ... sparkling hat and a skirt made for the many twirls incorporated into their traditional dances. Peruvians of all generations, fuelled by the feast beforehand, join hands, partly to support the most drunk in each circle, in the appropriate dance for each consecutive song the brass band pumps out. For some variety a string band complete with harp, mandolin, and guitar take over for a few songs, and though a little more quiet the crowd is ...

    I've told a story, and now I'm left speechless

    A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jul 25, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the kids helped to clean up, put up the chairs, and sweep the floor (normally I do that with the other workers after the kids leave). We all tiptoed downstairs silently, and outside of the school they presented me with the big card they made me. It is the most precious thing I have ever given and I know I will NEVER throw it out. You will find that thing rotting in my attic after I've died. It is a huge red folded heart, and inside, there are mini heart cards glued all over - ...

    Day 11 - Tour Day 7 - Cusco, Horseback riding

    A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 20, 2015

    7 photos

    ... so tightly together, it's hard to believe that this was done without modern day equipment, the carving of the stone is so precise you can't even fit a piece of paper between the bricks. Unfortunately when the Spanish arrived they damaged a lot of these walls around the city and used them to make the churches. After our tour of the city we headed back to our hotel to checkin and shower as well as dropping off some well needed Laundry to wash (I haven't been this excited about ...


    A travel blog entry by jtbruns on Jun 08, 2015

    9 photos

    ... chicken, but again, well seasoned and good. We decided to end the night with some shopping in the local markets until we were once again distracted. As we turned a corner on one of the streets, a sweet smell wafted through the air. We discovered a tiny little donut shop cooking their donuts right there by the open door to attract passers by. Donuts are served in 4's and appeared to be made as they are ...

    Back in the mountains

    A travel blog entry by mpherd on May 28, 2015

    ... The Plaza de Armas is swarming with tourists and locals looking to make a buck and surrounded by beautiful churches and cathedrals (I am still trying to understand the difference between the two).

    I would recommend a visit to Cusco. It's a very nice city, the food is excellent, the people are good enough and there is a lot to do around the city. Much to my dismay, I do not have any pictures. More on that later (See La Paz, Bolivia entry).