Imperial Hotel Kisumu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we had to be up packed and ready to leave our African home for the last time. Our 2 Matatu's arrived at 7.30 ready to start loading all our cases between the 2 vans then we also separated for some room. We left at 8am heading for Kisumu.
Back in Kisumu by 9.45am we arrived at the New Victoria hotel where 1 month before we had started our journey with orientation. This was to be our stop over point for tonight. Vans unloaded and cases dragged up 2 flights of stairs ...
We left the village this morning for a weekend of rest and relaxation, we drove into Kisumu and stayed at a beautiful place called Koboko Bay it was just beautiful. And there was Gin!! i never realised how much i would have like to sit out on our back step at the village until we were told it was a dry village and drinking wasn't allowed, not that i would have got blind, but it would have been nice! The afternoon we arrive Sue, Amber, Jess, Maggie and myself caught a ...
... in their home and school settings. Another notable difference was less apparent preoccupation with physical appearance...something sadly fueled in our society by mass media and conspicuous consumption (not a luxury afforded among the impoverished). That is not to say, however, the the kids were not completely delighted when presented with new clothes. (School uniforms are the standard in Kenya.) In a nutshell, teens here and in the US are the same AND ...
Jambo! I am Mary & I will share my experiences today as part of my 1st trip to Kenya. After breakfast we sat outside on a beautiful sunny day prepared to depart at 930. I quickly learned the concept of Kenyan time; we actually left at 1030. Time was not wasted, as this gave us the opportunity to learn more about Kenya from Bart who works at the guesthouse. After getting into 2 vans & a car we headed to visit the elementary school that many of the kids ...
... logged when every person came and went and interrogated each person who came out the lift. I felt very uncomfortable! The next day we took Matt to the airport and went to hire a car. That was interesting. The taxi driver took us to where we could hire the car but there were no Avis or Hertz just local places. That didn't really bother us as it was quite cheap. Dad went outside to look at the two cars which only one was suitable so we took that one. One of the guys needed to take ...