MamaSara Hotel

Address: Calle Saphi 875, Cusco, CUSCO01, Peru | Hotel
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      Urubamba and Ollantaytambo

      A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 07, 2015

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      We didn't have to leave the hotel till 8:45 this morning-how civilized! Today was our float trip on the Urubamba River. It's not a big river here, roughly the width of the Yough, but much deeper; no dodging rocks here. Also, there were no real rapids,so it wasn't a thrill ride, but the current was swift and we moved along, and there were steep mountains on either side, with ancient Inca structures on the banks and slopes. After a pleasant hour (it didn't rain) we headed to the next big ...

      High in Cusco

      A travel blog entry by marwilt on Jan 17, 2015

      14 photos

      ... top of a pre-Incan pyramid. It took 6 years to build, because most of Cusco is a UNESCO heritage site, with many rules and requirements for preservation. Our first stop was a place called Sacsayhuaman (pronounced sexy woman) which was an Incan fortress protecting the city. It was built in the 15th century with huge blocks. It is a mystery how they got there and how they built the fortress. We also went to Qenqo, ...

      Integrating the Agonizing Trauma of Birth

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... separation between self and world, increasing existential alienation, and finally an experience of ego death followed by psychological rebirth; this was often complexly associated with the biographical experience of moving from the womb of childhood through the labor of life and the contraction of aging to the encounter with death.

      ● On the religious level, this experiential sequence took a wide variety of forms, but especially frequent ...

      Cuzco former capital of the Incas

      A travel blog entry by reade on Nov 03, 2014

      4 comments, 12 photos

      ... going to be $105 US per person. A group of 16 booked our own independent tour with a guide for $16 AUS per person. That's right $16 I didn't make a typo. Hope our tour director is still talking to us. Today's tour was to view the Moray terraces. This is a pre Inca site, its believe they were used to develop different strains of potatoes. The temperature from the bottom to the top is quite varied. We then visited the salt pans of Maras also a pre Inca site still being used ...

      PERU - Lima

      A travel blog entry by lynchette11 on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      After what was one of the best flights (free wifi on the plane) we finally arrive in South America! The 2 year dream is finally a reality. We arrive into Lima, the capital of Peru. Taxi from the airport to Miraflores, the streets are so clean garbage men everywhere (a little weird). We arrive at Kokopelli hostel, the streets are pumping, we quickly get ready and head down to the local bars and get straight into the Pisco Sours. Pisco Sours, Pisco Sours and more Pisco Sours. Drunk ...