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Brian and Rowena Vasquez
I hope you can open the attached photo. We spent a fortune getting these cute items for our entry wall. Unfortunately the colors aren't as vibrant in the photo as they are in person, but you can get an idea of what guests see before they even get to our front door. We've named the daddy "Brian", the mommy "Rowena" and the little one, "Babycakes". So we always, ALWAYS think of you either coming or going to the house!!!
I'd love to know if you could open this - these are done by a metalworks artist who lives in Mexico and brings his stuff to a tiny town called "Wikieup", about an hour from us. (A wikieup is a Native Indian dwelling). We've asked for him to do MORE, we'd love dolphins, an "Aloha" sign, whales, whatever he thinks is Hawaiian. Next year you'll be in Arizona and can see these in person.
I'll never forget both of you! I hope to meet again,soon!
from: Ryoung (Emma) Yang (Star Princess)
Aloha and hoʻopōmaikaʻi; hoʻomaikaʻi to our dear friends:
We enjoyed our time with you on the second cruise to Hawaii.It was great to see the crowds in the Piazza share your passion.
Our time in the ukulele was a high point on the ship, so much that Lori bought one on our 1st day back in the states!!
So we both are playing "Pearly Shells" and other Star Princess greatest hits!!
We hope you enjoyed the bottle of wine, that is Lori's favorite.
We will send some pictures when we sort them out.
Well, Mālama pono
To you both.
Lori and Todd Francis (Star Princess)
Aloha Rowena and Brian
Here are the photos and videos we had taken involving you both.
We didn’t realize, until we returned home that the both of you were featured on the cover of the Princess brochure (attached).
Just wanted to say a special Mahalo to you both for being a terrific part of our holiday. You both made it that much more special – not only for your talented entertainment and your wonderful information about the islands – but for your friendship as well, right from the point where we met you both on deck before we even left Vancouver.
George & Monica (Star Princess)
My favorite from Kona Daze: "Hot Spanish Nights”. That thing is off the charts!
Rock (San Diego, CA)
Lila and I are still talking about our wonderful evening with you two, last week at Sam Choy's. We love Brian's music and your hula. We hope you get to San Fransisco Bay area this summer!
Dorothy (San Fransisco, CA)
Thank you so much for this past Saturday at our 15th Annual Great Waikoloa Ukulele Festival.
We all enjoyed having your husband play “his style” of Ukulele and WOWing the crowd, especially since many of us LOVE SANTANA and Eagles!
Lee and I are so thankful to have met you and wittnessed your wonderful music and dancing abilities. You are Great!
Tom and Lee (Montevideo, NM)
Rowena, your hand movements are so beautiful. We are so grateful to you both for taking time and sharing your Aloha and Hawaiian spirit with us.
Gayle & Dwight
It was awesome to meet you two as well. Music is a huge part of mine an Derek's life an we were touched when we heard your husband.
Colleen (Roseberg, OR)
Brian and Rowena, You both made us feel welcomed to Hawai'i, and we thank you for the wonderful music and warmth. Your music inspired us during our stay. I put a short slide show together with your "Beach in Hawaii" as the inspiration and soundtrack
Lauren and Dwight (Michigan)
You have a great show loved your music Jack Seigal