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

Last of 2014

A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Dec 31, 2014

... 8PM...

As stooding at the Plaza de Armas for several hours. I don't want to go in the pub or bar, have to pay entry fee plus beers. I decided to stay outside and waitting...I caught a young guy was trying to sell the bottle of beer, I asked how much it is? s/.5 per bottle, I grabbed two bottles to twist a cap pop up and drank a beer.

It was raining all night...bad luck for the Eve.

About after ten o'clock in the night, it was ...

A long bus journey

A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Dec 26, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... our overnight bus that diarrhoea hit Dave real bad... And then the stomach pain. The question was do we get on the bus or not? Well we decided to at least try... After the taxi ride to the bus terminal Dave vomited into a bag... Pretty good timing! For some reason we decided to carry on with the journey. The bus was swish- huge comfy chairs and a waitress giving us a cooked meal! However we couldn't enjoy it as Dave was sick every hour ... On the ...

Cusco and the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by carol55 on Nov 27, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... recognised for their historical and cultural significance by UNESCO. Main building materials were hand-made adobe bricks for walls and thatch or hand-made tiles for the roof. A little old lady (she guesses her age as in the 80s) on walking sticks showed us inside her tiny tiny dwelling. No windows. Pallet bed. No running water. She has no pension so sells drinks to earn some money as she is incapable of working on a farm. She blessed us when we left. It was a special ...

We're in Peru. How did that happen!

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Nov 06, 2014

41 photos

... br> Cusco. Here deteriorating health, lasting now five or six days, sees us visit
our forth Sth American clinic (the last being in Colombia). Here I take my well
rehearsed position on a stretcher, with Gael joining me in the next cubicle. In
no time at all, samples of bodily fluids are provided, fauna identified, pills
issued, and our energized corpuscles head into battle.

Altitude sickness, combined with our bowel parasite ...

Days 12 - 13 - Last days in Cusco

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 01, 2014

11 photos

... Here the guides left us and we thanked them for their time and very detailed guidance. The four of us then went to have a drink on the roof terrace of Marcelo Batata. Here we were sat above many roofs and steeples, with the silhouette of the cathedral occupying the majority of our view. Unfortunately the sun had begun to set and although the view was spectacular, it was getting rather cold. We ordered coffees, beers and Kate requested some smoked Cuy (guinea pig). ...