Sunset Hotel

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

    Friday day 19 in village and time to leave

    A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 29, 2014


    ... are no ATMs in the Masai Mara. I had cleverly asked my tuk tuk driver for his phone number so when I had finished I just had to call him and he knew where he had to take me back to and I knew how much I should pay him as I had already done that one way. I was getting used to haggling for a good price before I get in now.
    Got back by 12 noon so had a light lunch in the cafe down stairs then up to do some blogging etc as it's great free wifi here. All dressed as no hot ...

    Saturday relaxation

    A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 16, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... 15 minute walk along very dusty dirt roads. Past villages with so many goats everywhere roaming free. Not sure how they know who owns what or if they are just for the milk for the village? We had an amazing guide so after we paid to get in we went off to do the rounds. It was interesting that all the men we saw working there he told us are all trained vets. I had my pat of the cheetah who had very big teeth but was cute when he kept his head away from me. I also fed ...

    A bit of R and R

    A travel blog entry by natleith on Aug 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... making it, now a Kenya 10 minutes is very differnet to a normal 10 minutes. its a good 40 minutes longer! Poor Sue and Amber had been patiently waiting with the boat guys for us to arrive. I decided to walk down to meet them. When we were waiting ab bunch of young Africans came up to ask if they could have their photo taken with us. a bit of a role reversal but entertaining none the less. That night we celebrated with a few drinks, an amazing cake and some great party ...

    School & home visits

    A travel blog entry by dnovgo on Aug 13, 2014

    8 photos

    ... grandmother, 2 infants & more. Once again I was impressed & moved to tears with their expression of gratitude for what the KEAP program has given Victor. It was evident to me how much it meant for Victor's sponsors to meet his family & I am so glad that I could witness this. Though the poverty was extreme, I was especially touched by how special the kids are & the deep gratitude expressed today for the educational support KEAP has given their ...

    Chillout in Kenya

    A travel blog entry by jessredfern22 on Nov 24, 2013


    ... I did see 5 rhino which completed my big 5! After a couple of days we decided to make our way to lake Victoria. We thought it would take us 2-3 hours drive cos it was the same km as we had just done but a lady said it would take 5 hours and we just laughed. Now the journey to lake Victoria I can laugh at now but at the time I was on the verge of tears. The roads were atrocious! Dad said they were the worst he has ever seen and he has driven since 1976 in many counties. For a start the ...