Sunset Hotel

Address: Impala Lane, Kisumu, Kenya | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Impala Lane, Kisumu.
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        Travel Blogs from Kisumu

        A day of greatness in Kakamega

        A travel blog entry by sandyg55 on Nov 06, 2015

        2 comments, 20 photos

        ... to ask many questions of Hannah. From boys,education, to what she did for fun.

        There are some people in Canada and Japan who are sponsoring these girls and the girls have written them letters that I will deliver when I get back to Canada along with a photo of each girl. I really felt honored to be the go between for this project.

        Our afternoon was filled with babies and toddlers at Divine ...

        RAIN Forest

        A travel blog entry by wellsfamily on Jul 29, 2015

        9 photos

        ... the foresight to bring waterproofs, though hadn't quite got as far as carrying them! After dropping Mary (the pastor's wife), and their son David, (who had met us at the forest, en route home from boarding school), back to their house, we were pleased to be back 'home' at the guest house, and thankful to have a hot shower, later on, once the electricity came back on. An interesting day, if rather different from the routine we have become accustomed to. Back to school ...

        Lake Victoria Basin Commission Meeting

        A travel blog entry by airterra on Mar 26, 2015

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... covers such a large percentage of the lake, at times, that fish species die as a result, which makes life very difficult for fishermen and their families. The governments of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, and Rwanda are working very hard and spending significant resources to remove this invasive plant. Salim's stoves burn these briquettes very cleanly and efficiently, leaving no seeds for further spread of the plant. Use of ...

        Last few days

        A travel blog entry by benandhannah on Mar 20, 2015

        ... on an overnight bus with Ruth and Joseph. We arrived at 4 am and were met by one of our friends, Abdul, to take us home to sleep. We then spent Thursday and Friday with Ruth, Joseph and Abdul visiting Kibera (the second largest slum in the world), chilling out, eating good food and heading to a reggae club Thursday evening (without Joseph!). We said our tearful goodbyes and headed off to the airport. Our time at Simbiri has flown by in ...

        Schools and support group

        A travel blog entry by benandhannah on Feb 16, 2015

        10 photos

        ... in the car with a grandmother and her 4 grandchildren including a 5 day old baby. It was heartbreaking when we found out that their mother was in the back of the pick up truck being transported to the mortuary. The faces of the children told the story. One of the children cuddled up to Hannah and was sleeping until she woke up suddenly to projectile vomit over her sister as well as over Hannah! Two episodes of vomit in the car in a week! Just to add to the day, when ...