Imperial Hotel Kisumu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... been born and had always lived in the park. We walked into the forest following him, it felt like we were getting lost. We saw some monkeys swinging in the trees and lots of amazing trees, before the heavens opened and we dashed for cover. Thankfully our guide assured us there was shelter nearby, which we took to mean a national park office or shelter. It was only when all 9 of us were sat down in a mud hut, having moved some furniture around so that we could all fit in, that ...
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 ...
... and the full moon could not get through. With flashlight we went to the generator, and with a little more gas got it started and continued the reading portion of the service. We had started at about 6:30 as sunset was around 6:20 so we didn’t have to wait for a later sundown like at home. There were 23 people present who were encouraged with the services and our attendance with them.
When we left to drive home, we found the road we had come in ...
... for us with some bad news. The little girl with malnutrition was not improving and we referred her to a bigger hospital for further investigation and nutritional support. Unfortunately despite everything she didn't make it and she died before making it to the bigger hospital. It was then Ben's birthday which was quiet and relaxed with a day away from the clinic and a few treats of food and drink as well as a stroll around the ...
... malaria and strong antibiotics. We referred him to another local hospital for further investigation where he was diagnosed with TB. We visited him 3 days later and unfortunately he looked even more unwell. We checked his results and treatment and now all we can do is keep our fingers crossed. A 54 year old lady who had been progressively short of breath for 2 years. Examining her she appeared to have a collapsed lung on the left (for the medics: she had ...