The Vic Hotel Kisumu

Nairobi-Kisumu Highway, Kisumu, 40100, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Nairobi-Kisumu Highway, Kisumu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisumu

Chillout in Kenya

A travel blog entry by jessredfern22 on Nov 24, 2013


... buses are maniacs and we saw several overturned on the side of the 'road'. I thought they were going to take us out by overtaking when there was not room for a bicycle let alone a truck. Most of the traffic spent the majority of the time on our side of the road rather than theirs. The speed bumps were so high the bottom of the car scrapped every time and at one point I thought the car was going to get stuck and seesaw on the bump. It turns out that Tarmac doesn't really exist on ...

My sixth week in Western Kenya

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Nov 06, 2013

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... as a scientist it is quite difficult for me not to be doing anything or contributing to any work, and if at any stage I feel that way, I believe it is time to move on. Who knows maybe sometime in the near future once they are ready I can come back! For now I have made my suggestions and given my opinions in regards to some nutritional projects :)

This week sadly we lost one of our children in Musanda. The child ...

My Third week in Western Kenya

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Oct 12, 2013

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... boys sleep. In the rural Kenyan culture, once the boys are 9 years old or at the age of puberty (and they reach that here much sooner than the West) they are not allowed to sleep in the same room as their mum. So if they are lucky they get the kitchen, if not then the stable. That is if they are "lucky" enough to be able to afford buying and raising animals. I don't understand why and perhaps it is not entirely fault of poverty but also lack of education. I hope that by ...

Angry lions and tame cheetahs

A travel blog entry by rashpalkaur on Aug 27, 2013

... he insisted that I sit next to him and paddle to. I had no idea that part of the day trip would include this, and within 2mins my trousers were soaked! Next step was to put arm bands on Ganeev, which was met with great resistance. In the end, Harpreet had to get into the water with him and show him how the other kids were using their arm bands to stay afloat. Success!! Ganeev loves water, and it was quite a challenge to get him out and sit still for lunch! Lunch ...

Coffee High's in Ethiopia and family visit

A travel blog entry by mzunguhowareyou on Aug 26, 2013

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... and its strong tribal beliefs and cultures. In the south west of the country there still exist ceremonies where guys are inducted into adulthood if they succeed in walking across the backs of a number of bulls, whilst female relatives purposely whip and scar their own naked bodies in support. If he falls then he will be publicly humiliated, whipped and beaten by men and women for the rest of his life. Pretty tough challenge. Unfortunately, as ...