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The first time I heard the phrase ‘Kisumu Dala,’ I thought the locals were referring to Dallas in the U.S., but I was wrong. The two words simply mean that Kisumu is home. This phrase shows how much appreciation and pride residents have for their town, and made me want to know what Kisumu has...
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Kisumu in western Kenya is situated on the shores of Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest and the world’s second-largest freshwater lake. It has a population of around 400,000 and is the third-largest city in Kenya as well as the principal city of western Kenya. Kisumu is one of the fastest-growing cities in Kenya. Kisumu draws its...
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When you board a bus from Nairobi to Kakamega, expect to travel about 223 miles. You can use three different routes while traveling by road: the first one is through Kapsabet, which is the shortest. The second is via Eldoret while the third one is via Kisumu City. Kakamega town lies in the larger Kakamega County, of...
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A night without witnessing the floating lights on Lake Victoria is not a night at all around Kisumu City. Francis had been revelling in the splendid beauty of the lights from the floating towns on Lake Victoria for months. “Come, check it out,” he frequently chided me. So, I arrived unannounced one weekend for a surprise...
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