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, I''am working as a chef in norway, but life officiale in the netherlands , , so diverd my time between norway and the netherlands. I"ám single , and love travelling ,and meeting interesting people
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It was nice having folkert stay with us. He is a very nice guy and was very respectful of our place. We would recommend to all.
Folkert was an excellent guest, very congenial, interesting stories of his travels. He is welcome back any time.
Folkert was a model tennant. Qiiet, clean, very polite and friendly. Folkert is welcome back to Coconut Palms ANYTIME!
Folkert was a great guest. He was friendly, entertaining and we felt very comfortable sharing our home with him. It was nice to share a few meals and a few beers with him during his stay. Although he works as a Chef on an island in the North Sea where he lives, he tried my pulled pork with coleslaw sandwich and my homemade spaghetti sauce, both of which he seemed to like. Folkert did just about everything there is to do on the east side of the Big Island in Hawaii, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the beach parks on the south shore of Hilo Bay, Liliuokalani Gardens in Hilo, the Hilo Farmers Market, Rainbow Falls, Akaka Falls, the Hamakua Coast, the 4-mile scenic drive on the Hamakua Coast, the Botanical Gardens located on the 4-mile scenic drive, Waipi’o Valley, Waimea Valley, Uncle Robert’s nighttime market in Kalapana where he enjoyed some Thai food, Alahanui Park (a geothermally heated tide pool also known as Warm Pond), Kehena Beach, a local black sand beach where Spinner Dolphins often come to play, the Macadamia Nut factory, Lava Tree Monument and much more. He found a wallet with $200 in it at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and when he went to the Visitor’s Center to turn it in, the man who lost the wallet was right behind him. The man offered Folkert a $100 reward but Folkert politely refused. Folkert also told us how difficult it was to keep track of American money because it’s all the same color. Dutch money utilizes a different color for each denomination. Folkert booked a room in Seaview Estates near Kalapana (where Kehena beach is located and all the lava flows have occurred over the last thirty years) after checking out of our house and planned to visit the Kapoho Tide Pools and to hike the poke-a-stick-in-lava tour. He definitely got the most out of his Hawaiian vacation. Although Folkert’s native language is Dutch, he spoke fluent English. We asked him to sign our guestbook in Dutch which he happily did. We very much enjoyed hosting Folkert and would love to host him again the next time he finds himself in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Thank you, Folkert.
Aloha Folkert! We trust the rest of your Hawaiian Adventure was spectacular. We recommed this well organized, active, clean, respectful guest to any hosts. Folkert was great to talk with, learning so much of his home Island/country.