Imperial Hotel Kisumu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on a hike into the Kakamega rain forest and tea at Rondo Retreat Center.
Getting to know them on a more personal bases was fantastic.
Visiting as many schools are we could fit in everyday, was so rewarding. Meeting and talking with the CES students from those schools gave us a chance to see how they were doing and finding out if they had any concerns.
Another fantastic two days here with CES in Kenya.
Yesterday we had our 10th Anniversary Celebration for CES, held here at Sheywe Guest House.
Over 300 students,teachers, principals and dignitary's from the school board, university and government were in attendance.
The program was to start with the arrival of everyone at 9am, for tea ,and to be seated to begin at 10am, We started on Kenyan time ...
... and the well functional by next week. Let hope and pray that this can happen.
We left there at 3pm and had one more school to go to . The big black clouds were coming in , and I knew it would be a race to get back to Kakamega. The dirt roads are so bad that if there is a heavy downpour, we would be stuck in the rural area for the night.
The next school was Friends School Musaga .
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 ...
... taking photos with you. And I would like to thank all the rest you have left at home -- may God bless them! Hi this is Moses..one of the graduates who has stayed with the troop since they arrived in kenya.we have been doing a charity work by painting the walls of the Mago guest house.we did this to show the appreciation of them for accommodating and serving ...