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Hello! I'm from NYC but live in Oakland,CA.
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Great guest, very respectful of the cabin:) I'd be happy to accommodate again and would recommend to other host. Easy communication. Thanks again:)
Rachel was a guest of mine while in town for a wedding. We unfortunately didn't meet as I was on vacation. We communicated well beforehand and there were no issues while I was away. I recommend Rachel as a guest.
Great communication. Very clean. Stay longer next time.
Rachel and David were wonderful guests--so bright and independent as they biked around our district. They are a super lovely couple!
Rachel and David were great guests. They were fun, friendly and we were happy to share our home with them. They were bicycling across the Big Island of Hawaii. They shipped their own bikes from the mainland (California) which we learned was far more cost effective than we imagined. They came all the way down from Volcano before arriving at our house. It was David’s birthday and we were happy that they utilized our kitchen to cook David’s birthday dinner, some of which they left for us- delicious! We gave them our traditional local area map and showed them all the cool things to do in the Puna District here on the jungle side of the island. They arrived mid-afternoon and left the following morning so all we could do was point them in the right direction but they assured us that they would take our recommendations to heart. They planned to explore the entire Kalapana-Kapoho corridor along Puna’s lava coast. In fact, their next accommodation after spending the night here was Opihikao, roughly halfway between Kalapana and Kapoho. Kalapana is where all the lava has been flowing since the Pu’u O’o crater erupted in 1983. Kapoho is home to the Kapoho tide pools which boasts some of the best snorkeling on the east side of the Big Island. They looked forward to visiting Kehena Beach, a local black sand beach where Spinner Dolphins often come to play, to enjoy the very cool hippie-laden Sunday afternoon drum circle that occurs there every week. They also planned to attend the Sunday morning Maku’u Farmers Market (Hawaii’s largest farmers market which attracts more than 15,000 visitors every week) before heading off to Kehena. We also told them about the Wednesday night celebration at Uncle Roberts in Kalapana. Uncle Roberts is home to the oldest family on the Big Island, and the Wednesday night celebration (sometimes referred to as a farmers market) is a fun filled evening of live music, great hot food prepared by locals and even lava viewing. They only spent one night with us but we had a great time and they even took a dip in the pool. We would be happy to host Rachel and David again the next time they find themselves in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and would highly recommend them to other hosts. Thank you, Rachel and David.