Madre Tierra Hotel Spa Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Vilcabamba
Weemcd stayed here on Dec 5, 2011 during their trip titled: Sandra and Judith's Round the World Trip.
Night and day difference between Peru and Ecuador as far as the friendliness of the people. The Ecuadorians were very out going and friendly, willing to help with whatever. Vilcabamba was a beautiful mountain town that reminds me of Western Slope Colorado. The sacred mountain Mandango is quite a sight. The valley is beautiful and has great sun sets …
At 4:30 am this morning Antoine's phone alarm rang. In the darkness I heard him shuffle around in the three person tent, gathering the last of his things. I didn’t want to get up with him partly due to early morning laziness, but more to do with saying good-bye. We had been traveling together for two weeks. He had become a symbol of safety, security and fun for us. Having him around meant I didn’t have to be on guard as much. I could ...
Nice to have a room in the garden next to the pool – shame
they don’t bother to clean it so I can use it, though at least it’s keeping the
noisy gringos away. Didn’t stop the mewling cats & man next door drilling
at silly hours though.
Good big cups of coffee for breakfast, collected my laundry
& bumped into Cristina again who today was just out of her first ...
Very frustrating coffee hunt his morning – cafes open just
prepare coffee properly – had to return one cup at a coffee roasters as so bad
– you’d think the professionals would have some pride and learn to produce a
Gave up and went to Vilcabamba – 6 blocks, mas or menos, to
the colectivos - $1.75 a pop but fast, only around an hour.