This should be a wonderful fishing village, but the habitat has been destroyed by the Water Hyacinth, which are blown by the wind across Lake Victoria and all too often settle round Kisumu and in Dunga Bay. It was hard work, but three men managed to guide a boat through the hyacinths the day I was there There was little hope if seeing hippos, though I was told early morning is best. Bird life terrific, and from the boat I saw a fish eagle, cormorants, pied kingfishers, egrets, hammerkops and purple heron. Had a great piece of fried tilapia at the vilage cafe.
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