Madre Tierra Resort & Spa

Address: San Pedro de Vilcabamba, Vilcabamba, Loja, 288, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on San Pedro de Vilcabamba, Vilcabamba.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Madre Tierra Resort & Spa Vilcabamba

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    Travel Blogs from Vilcabamba

    Bad start for night buses.

    A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jun 18, 2015

    • On Thursday we realised it really was time for us to leave vilcabamba if we wanted to catch the weekend in Mancora (our next stop). Again we just hung out for most.of the day I think. Freddy was still a bit ill. By the time of the evening we had planned to get a taxi to vilcabamba and then an hour we bus to loja. However Dorothy said that she would pay for the taxi to take us straight to Loja as gift for us being such ...

    Two days of chilling

    A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jun 16, 2015

    • The days that followed the horse ride were largely uneventful - but great nonetheless. We relaxed, played some volleyball, hung out with Tiko, slept, watched some great films - it might seem like our time in Vilcabamba wasn't as fruitful as it could have been, but we felt the general atmosphere and peacefulness of the place warranted our behaviour. I also started to get a quite nasty cold in the last few days of our stay which furthered ...

    Macho peach and the sea level conundrum

    A travel blog entry by hwmorgan on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... a zero dung policy, even in the onboard toilet. Unwilling to gamble, Rach popped a couple of anti dungs, Imodium edition. I took the old school approach of controlled guffing, only recommended for experts. The attire of most hostel receptionists is usually confined to a basic jeans and T combo, potentially glasses if they are visually impaired. In my opinion, a suitable outfit for welcoming guests. How then, am I meant to react when I stroll into a hostel at ...

    Mucho gusto Loja, adios.

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 05, 2015

    ... stories of what to see in Peru and what they might want to see in Ecuador. I’m sure I could spend a year in Peru, and that is also true of South America – I could spend a year here and still not see it all. (I got a facebook post from Jara. She and buddy clad in toques. I asked was she home in Germany. Nope, in Patagonia.) And I sometimes wonder how much of Vancouver Island I’ve seen. Not enough. I know there is a pebble beach where Orcas charge out of ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 25, 2015

    ... off the iphone, put them in a computer, and transfer them to the memory stick? I was charged $4.00 for the cards which I thought should be $10.00 but I though given that we were not alone better to not offer the guy more money. The fellow who had been standing around and joined us in conversation offered to do the transfer. Slick as a whistle and it was done. What did I owe him? Nothing. He would take no money. I tried twice. So I showed them my Canadian money which ...

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