Imperial Hotel Kisumu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Yesterday we finished our first conference handing out certificates to more than 47 pastors and lay leaders, whose smiles were an indication of the effect of the course Approaching the cathedral we helped move a cart of bricks through the mud...tough going! Today we ...
... for the evening NTBMR and I bought some toys for the children to play with. I was looking for balloons, but couldn’t find any…probably because there are so many thorns on much of the vegetation. Anyway I settled for a small turtle toy rated 12 months plus, a 3 years and up box toy with sticks and marbles that drop as sticks are removed and a velcro target with velcro wrapped darts and balls.
We drove back to the house and rested for ...
... interspersed with running full speed to follow the animals. At the end of the day there was enough meat for everybody and I was absolutely exhausted! Everybody was apparently very impressed as they were expecting me not to cope, as mzungu are thought not to be able to be physical and to injure very easily. Everybody also talked of how quickly I could run through the bush which I was surprised by! Shadrack also mentioned that it was the first time he had been hunting with a ...
... that we will look into possible long term treatments and are currently researching the cheapest and least toxic available medications. As a side, we also met her 16 year old sister who is pregnant with her second child, her first having died as a baby. She is unmarried, uneducated and unable to support herself financially let alone the baby. Due to the huge financial strain already on this family, we gave her some strict advice on family planning which hopefully she will ...
... and Malik.
Going to Gilbert Kiptoo's home to visit with his family and a side trip to Iten to see how the elite runners train.
I also had some lows here in Kenya and I have learned how to accept and deal with them.
Seeing and hearing how a thief was beaten and stoned by the people on the street, dealing with students that are HIV positive, understanding ...