St Anna Guest House And Conference Centre

Milimani Off Ring Rd, Kisumu, 19100, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Milimani Off Ring Rd, Kisumu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisumu

Orientation starts

A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... to find the Mara markets, great village people crafts. Corrugated iron and bamboo "sheds" in a small strip of land with so much repetitive goods but bright colourful wares to tempt the eyes. The usual African animals in wood carving, carved polished stone, brightly painted animals then the jewellery... Wow how much beautiful brightly painted coconut shell necklaces, earrings and bangles in multi colours can I buy? After finding which little ...

Adventure travelling - Kakamega

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Nov 24, 2013

24 photos

... a certain colonial feel to it and every dinner time, they dress very posh. There were mostly German, British and Canadian visitors and a group of Dutch missionaries. The retreat gives discounts to those who work or volunteer at Christian NGOs or Charities. Without a discount it is 6500 per person per night to stay in a twin room, with a discount it is 4500.

After Rondo Retreat in Kakamega, our next destination was Mbale and Mt. Elgon in Uganda.

My fifth week in Western Kenya

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Oct 26, 2013

17 photos

... to do it and watch the process. I am not sure if project management means you don't roll your sleeves up. I think even the day I have my own NGO or organisation, I still won't sit on the side and watch the process, I will get in the middle of it. There is something about getting involved with the people that is very challenging and motivating.

The week gone was rather a tough one. And I have my friends to thank for getting me through the last couple ...

Living as a Kenyan in Shikunga

A travel blog entry by theresapitts on Jul 27, 2013

I've just returned from a week helping out at a clinic in remote Kenya.

Following the sad goodbye's in Uganda, I took a "luxury" coach across the border to Kenya. Arrived at the beautiful lakeside town of Kisumu, where i stayed the night, then took a local matutu to Kakamega, near Lake Victoria. It was then another 50km by dirt roads to Shikunga, a small village of 4000 in the hills of Western Kenya.

It's ...

It's time to say" Good bye"

A travel blog entry by sandyg55 on Jul 23, 2013

4 comments, 50 photos

... or afternoon depending on the meetings I had with the board. This is where I would feel the most at peace. Seeing all the work that my family has done to this orphanage in the last two years; from new ceramic tile flooring (that was once a mud floor), to sheets and covers for 135 beds, toys and more toys. It made me so proud to be part of the Ward family. Sister Carolyne told me that once the people started to see the changes in the orphanage that my family made, ...