Imperial Hotel Kisumu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... children ask why….” as God commanded.
Monte passed out the chocolate, which was a bit hit, as were the games, although at first they didn’t seem to realize that along with a meaningful explanation, this was to be a joyous and fun night. I had to a coax the first couple children out of their chairs to through the Velcro darts to the target hung on the window. After a few throws they had it figured out and a group formed. I ...
This photo of Salim, Fredrick Mngube and Rob was taken in the library at the offices of the Lake Victoria Basin Commission Secretariat. One element of Salim's development of clean, efficient, stoves is the possibility for using water hyacinth briquettes as a cooking fuel. Water hyacinth is an invasive water plant that has taken over the lakes and river ways of Kenya. It is a massive problem on Lake Victoria, Africa's Great Lake. ...
... and best of all no viruses!! All of these are really hard to come by. Funnily enough its called Ben's Investment. While we were there a funeral procession came through the town. It was for the funeral of a very popular pastor from a village very close to Simbiri who had made it to a very high level in the seventh day adventist church in Kenya. There were people throwing themselves at the car and so many people following it. ...
... the colour of the water after cleaning the filters - helps you appreciate how clean treated water is! Local people cant afford treated water so you can see them constantly walking back from the river with these jerry cans on their heads, walking very long distances. Some interesting patients: A 7 year old boy with advanced HIV (CD4 was 12 in december) who was admitted with malnutrition and a temperature. Unfortunately he didn't get better despite ...
... the National Team Diabetes trainers for 10 years..Weird Eh?
As we left we saw more runners running down the road to start their training. This goes on everyday for 6am to 11am. They all run in groups and have different start times.
It was so very cool!!
We left and started our trek back to Kakamega ,arriving around 3pm
Tomorrow we head to Kisimu for 2 days and then on to Nairobi