Hostal Madre Tierra

Calle Atocsaycuchi 647 - A, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hostel
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La Recoleta week 1

A travel blog entry by rnathan90

... some new greetings vocabulary for them to write in their notebooks. -Hello -How are you? -I am good/bad/ok -Goodbye -See you tomorrow/ later -Please -Thank you -Yes -No We wrote each vocabulary word on the board and a had the girls repeat it out loud. We then gave them a break where they continued to just ask us questions about ourselves and asked us how to say a ton of words in English. Comó se dice ojos en ingles? Comó se dice buenos tardes en ...

An unexpected extra day in Cusco

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

After a horrific night for Maddie
with his upset stomach, we decided to stay here and fly to Lima to catch
everyone up on 8th. We packed all our bags and chucked them on the
truck and waved everyone off, quite excited to be on our own even if it’s not
for the nicest reasons. Also gives us a respite from the ...

Our last stop in Perú, on Magical Lake Titikaka

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... we could learn something from them.

Further, on a diet of mostly quinoa, wheat indigenous to the island, fava beans, Andean potatoes, apples, barley, green beans as well as trout introduced from Canada and king fish from the lake, these people live well into their second century. As I understand it, once rice was introduced from elsewhere and imported, the expected life span has decreased a bit. Also, we learned that, unfortunately this ...

Days 115 - 117: Cusco, Peru

A travel blog entry by tksa


... t feel to tired so ventured into the city. Cusco was the heart of the Inca empire about 500 years ago, the city is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. At 3800m above sea level its very chilly and after two weeks in the hot and humid Amazon it was a big change. As we walked through the cobbled streets we were amazed at how the incredibly popular city had managed to maintain a historic cultural atmosphere. The buildings have a Tudor feel reminiscent of the ...

What better to do on a rainy day?

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013


... was the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art. Of course, it wasn't included on my ticket but had to be done. It had some fantastically renovated exhibits. The pre-Inca galleries displayed jewellery, ceramics and silverware which seemed too advanced for their time, particularly when compared to later Inca art. The Wari, Chimu, Nasca, Mochica and Huari were beautiful craftsmen, their art almost modern in certain pieces.

My final stop was at the Church of ...

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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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