Lake View Hotel

Alego Street , Kisumu, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alego Street , Kisumu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisumu

Friday day 19 in village and time to leave

A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 29, 2014


... our rooms. Luckily I have a single room tonight for a change and very happy with that thanks to Lauren.
After settling in we had 3 hours to do want we wanted and be back by 1 to get ready for the afternoon evening events.
i decided I had enough of being around all these youngsters I needed some me time so off I went and found a tuk tuk myself and could direct him to the mega mart I knew we used before to do my shopping. I found everything quite easily with no ...

A bit of R and R

A travel blog entry by natleith on Aug 15, 2014

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... the lake to Talapia bay where we were staying before the nursing as a few of us had purchased fabric and taken it to a dress maker where we were getting some African inspired clothes. I got this beautiful yellow, green and red material which i got made into a dress and some animal print that i got made into a tunic, all up it cost me 1800 bob which is around $20 to get all of it made and it looked amazing. So good that i went a brought more fabric to get a skirt and a ...

Adolescence in Kenya

A travel blog entry by dnovgo on Aug 14, 2014

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... no better way than to cap the day with an after dinner dance party! Be assured that the Rolling Stones, Jimmy Cliff, the Beach Boys, and Santana are the universal language and provide the impetus to get all stages and ages on the dance floor groovin to the beat!. Initial reticence or self consciousness(does that sound familiar?) gave way to joyful gyrations. Who would ever guess that our fearless leaders had inner party animals that kept pace with the young ...

School & home visits

A travel blog entry by dnovgo on Aug 13, 2014

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... the motto: Forward Ever, Backward Never! My 1st impression was that the schools was big, VERY rustic & crowded but classes in sessions seemed to have students actively engaged in learning. The gratitude for how KEAP helps the kids expressed by both the deputy headmaster & headmaster was very evident (teary emotional for me). On top of this, Ruth, one of our kids was voted by her peers as the president of the school government. Amazing!!!! On the way to the ...

Chillout in Kenya

A travel blog entry by jessredfern22 on Nov 24, 2013


... of dads driving licence so he drove is to the local supermarket to do it. He then got back in the car and said he would drive us to the motorway which we thought was nice. When we were in the car dad was making polite conversation about the car asking where it was from how much are cars in Kenya etc etc. when a look of panic came over his face. It turns out that the car was his personal car and didn't have a tracker and we had paid cash with no deposit. I think he thought that me and ...

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