The Duke of Breeze Hotel

Off Kenyatta Avenue next to Yatin Supermarket, Kisumu, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Off Kenyatta Avenue next to Yatin Supermarket, Kisumu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisumu

Ahero

A travel blog entry by katieandmiguel on Mar 02, 2014

7 comments, 6 photos

... it is as if he had been confined and was now set free in body and spirit. Da (grandmother) cannot stand, but managed to stand briefly for a dance with me, and seeing her blow out her 100 candle was the best. More pictures later! We had a swim in Kisumu town and are now heading to Esabalu.
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My Seventh week in Western Kenya

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Nov 12, 2013

10 photos

... br> In the evenings I have been able to unwind with some of the UK visitors particularly the "builders". I am happy to have them here as I feel like I can off load my humour without anyone getting offended or taking it the wrong way. Let's face it, these builders give as good as they get! They are all Brits so you can't go wrong with any sarcasm. Not only I find them entertaining, but I also find what they do entertaining. For example, one night we were having ...

My Third week in Western Kenya

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Oct 12, 2013

7 photos

... seeds. This layer of substrate and then seeds is repeated until you reach the end of the bag, where you tie it with a piece of string. The bag is then pierced several times. The bags are sprayed with water twice a day. Over the next 4-5 weeks, the mushroom bulb will emerge through the holes pierced in the bag. Once that happens, the room is lit by opening the windows. Just like when the bulb comes out of the soil! I thought this was genius, and the harvest from each bag in ...

Tea time!

A travel blog entry by rashpalkaur on Aug 28, 2013

... the growth of stevia, a naturally sweet herb with zero calories. After trying a grain of the dried stevia, the taste reminded me of natural sweetener in the UK, the taste stayed with me for hours, it is so potent! After the tea plantations, we went to harpreets house for tea. I played with Ganeev for a while and tasted some yummy bhajia! In the evening we all went to a restaurant as it was our last night ...

Coffee High's in Ethiopia and family visit

A travel blog entry by mzunguhowareyou on Aug 26, 2013

9 photos

... are still ongoing) I was delighted to see through the connection of the first 8 businesses to the micro grid and electricity switch turned on for the first time in the fishing community. I did enjoy really getting to know some of the locals and found out towards the end that I am the only white person that has spent any considerable amount of time in the community. #1 thing I do not miss is spending 7 hours in a day on public transport ...