Imperial Hotel Kisumu

Address: Off Jomo Kenyatta Highway, Achieng' Oneko Rd., Kisumu, 40100, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Off Jomo Kenyatta Highway, Achieng' Oneko Rd., Kisumu.
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    Travel Blogs from Kisumu

    Day off

    A travel blog entry by missiontrip on Apr 25, 2015

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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 ...

    Preparing for Opening Night

    A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Apr 03, 2015

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... Monte and I watched a couple small children playing with their home made truck. They had cut it out of cardboard, created a couple axels and a push stick to make it go. They seemed to enjoy talking to us and I gave them the last of my granola bars to eat that had baking soda in them, so they had a sundown expiration date.

    On the way back we stopped at the Nakumatt Store where we bought some snacks for the evening. Monte bought some boxes ...

    Hunting the Kenyan way

    A travel blog entry by benandhannah on Mar 15, 2015

    3 photos

    ... they were all wielding weapons! Despite this just a simple 'good morning everybody' in Luo broke the ice and everybody wanted to greet me. It turns out that having a mzungu around brought great respect to Shadrack an the hunt. There was a little meeting first and then we were off. I was told to be ready which pretty much meant hold your arungu (club) in the air. We then proceeded through the bush in a line trying to scare any animals from hiding. This went on all day without ...

    Schools and support group

    A travel blog entry by benandhannah on Feb 16, 2015

    10 photos

    ... district. Our first case we have ever seen (and probably last!)! On our outreach we met a 12 year old girl with disabling arthritis, so much so she hasn't been to school for over a year. She can barely move her hands or even walk. She has seen multiple doctors who give her steroids for a few days which make her better and then the course finishes. Her family have spent all of their money on thus treatment and now have nothing left. We have promised the girl and ...

    Back in Canada

    A travel blog entry by sandyg55 on Oct 13, 2014

    26 photos

    ... and delivering a sample of Thunder Bay Chill Soccer uniforms to many schools through another NGO. BBCF-(Boarder to Boarder Christian Fellowship) . Allot of these children had never seem a white person before. A very beautiful peaceful day.

    Running every morning by myself, getting traditional dresses made, meeting all the board member of CES and having great talks and laughs ...