As I have said here before, I don't review every guest because it has backfired on me. I've come up with a method to ensure that guests who leave "glowing" really WILL leave a good review and most of them do. I have 69 positive reviews now so I am fairly sure that's plenty. I have learned if you review everyone (except for those at the very last minute) even the ones you think loved you, it could prompt them to spank you about something. Better to say nothing unless you have something horrible or something truly wonderful to say.
Just what I have learned over the years...
I'm happily in a good spell of guests at the moment! May it last!!!!
Here's the latest:
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As soon as we arrived K made us feel welcome! The studio has a beautiful view of the ocean. The place is very cute with Hawaiian decorative touches. The beach just down the hill is very cool! The beach gear provided is a plus. Make sure to check out the DVD that a scuba diver friend of K's made showing all the beauty the water right off the beach has to offer before you go snorkeling. We really enjoyed talking with K and getting great advice on what to do around the Big Island. She has a wealth of knowledge.
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What Sherry loved about your listing:
The best things about staying here were the view, beach and the host! We loved the Kilauea Iki trail you recommended!