MamaSara Hotel

Address: Calle Saphi 875, Cusco, CUSCO01, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Saphi 875, Cusco, is near Sacred Valley of the Incas, Hiram Bingham Train, Twelve Angles Stone, and Pre-Columbian Art Museum.
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          Back in Cusco

          A travel blog entry by neggn on Oct 16, 2015

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          ... up.
          The following day, we organised a private cab (at 6a.m.!) for us and Hanna & Laura to drive us around he Sacred Valley, where we visited Inka ruins at Pisac (again climbing mountains), another Inka site at Moray (it wasn't a town - no one really knows what it was for), as well as Las salinas - salt evaporation ponds. The landscape looked like some alien planet.

          Pictures ©Laura Larousse


          A travel blog entry by lindsaypiltz on Sep 27, 2015

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          ... lower in the Sacred Valley. Cusco is at 3,400 metres above sea level and you constantly feel you can't get enough air in your lungs particularly walking up hill. Also we've both been attacked by mosquitoes which are now itching like crazy. Neither of us have felt sick although we've both had slight nosebleeds. We've mainly just walked around and enjoyed the artist area this ...

          Playing pharmacist in night clubs

          A travel blog entry by earthwormjim on Sep 03, 2015

          1 photo

          ... there when you get back. The trick is to have a goal in which to work toward, be it long term or short, giving you the sensation of Working to live, and not the other way around,, Ten months almost to the day I decided to ghost out two weeks into a no drinking month (a real thing if you serve drinks for a living) and meet a good friend for a few barley pops in a dive bar on Vancouver's East side. One drink led to a dozen as it often does and before I knew it we had booked a trip to Peru ...

          Heading to Machu Picchu

          A travel blog entry by ckmowbray on Aug 04, 2015

          3 comments, 18 photos

          ... conquest of Central and South America. Machu Piccu was the last Inca refuge, built to host the gods. The people managed to protect its location, and the Spaniards never found it, but the Inca People had to abandon it to keep it safe. When it was found again, it was completely covered in vegetation, and took years remove. After we climbed to the top, it was time go. We quickly headed down, and road the crazy bus to the bottom of the mountain. What a wonderful ...

          I've told a story, and now I'm left speechless

          A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jul 25, 2015

          5 photos

          ... each kid with a special message in each one for me. I started crying when I was reading all of them. When Christian presented me with the card (the oldest boy, 14 years old), he said "We made a card full of hearts for you because you have such a big, caring one." I just lost it. A lot of kids had a sentence or two prepared to say to me how much they appreciated everything I've done. Once I started crying a lot of the girls started crying as well. At the very end, the ...