Evelyne was a really nice guest to have, very friendly, kind, considerate and sweet. It was a pleasure having you. Thanks you! All the best Sietske.
Evelyne and his partner are so wonderful to host and i enjoyed their company,thanks for giving me the opportunity to host you guys
Loved having Evelyne and her sweetheart with us, they were kind, considerate and lovely to be around. I would highly recommend them to anyone!
Evelyne and Robert were great guests. They were fun, friendly, intelligent and interesting. They presented us with a package of authentic Mozartkugel upon their Christmas Day arrival. They are referred to as Mozart Balls in English. They are bite-size balls of dark chocolate surrounding a pistachio-nougat center with a picture of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on the wrapper. They have been an Austrian delicacy for over 100 years and they are Delicious! We learned a lot about Austria from Evelyne and Robert and we now want to visit Austria more than ever. We had a few other guests come and go during their stay, including a couple from Germany. It was very satisfying to hear the four of them conversing in German. We took Evelyne and Robert down to Kalapana for the weekly Wednesday night celebration but it was canceled due to the holidays. We saw some wild boar on the way down. On the way back, we stopped in Pahoa and shared a delicious local pizza. The restaurant even let us bring in our own beer to drink with the pizza. We stopped to enjoy the annual choreographed Puna Lights show before arriving back at the house. They drove up the Hamakua coast north of Hilo and only got as far as Kolekole Beach County Park because there was so much to see. The following day, they drove further north to see the beautiful Waipi’o and Waimea Valleys. On Sunday morning, we all went to the Maku’u Farmers Market- the largest farmers market in Hawaii. We enjoyed French Crepes and then picked up some local goodies. Evelyne bought a hand-made drum so we convinced her to visit Kehena Beach where she could join in on the Sunday afternoon drum circle. It rained pretty hard so they didn’t stay long. They also said that it was a little too hippie-esque for their taste. They went up to Mauna Kea twice during their stay to see the telescopes and the brilliant night sky. Robert counted 3,000 stars. We walked over to a neighbor’s New Years Eve party where the King of Tequila (our next door neighbor) instructed us on the proper procedures that precede doing a shot of top shelf tequila. It was a hoot. Everyone loved Evelyne and Robert and they became the guests of honor shortly after we arrived. We very much enjoyed Evelyne and Robert’s visit and would love to host them again the next time they find themselves in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. We also hope to visit them in Austria sometime in the future. Thank you, Evelyne and Robert. Please let us know when you finally solve the case of the missing chocolate from the chocolate banana.