Oliver Walgenbach

November 1st, 2010
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Who & Where From?: We ran into Oliver Walgenbach in front of the Woods Clinic on Coxen Hole’s Main street. Tall, with long blonde hair, Oliver appeared to be just a typical Saxon yuppy from Greven, a small German town of about 30,000. He was taking a stroll away from his temporary home, for 12 days, on the Norwegian Dawn that docked in Coxen Hole harbor.
What & Why: Oliver wore an internationally bought outfit. His pink Tommy Hilfiger T-shirt, a color he wears often, was purchased in Aruba for $55 dollars. This high necked T-shirt was made of 100% cotton, a vintage design with contrast piping and a printed Malibu logo.  He regularly pays 70 or 80 Euros for T- shirts, so he considered this purchase a “bargain buy.” Oliver’s white multi-pocketed Cargo style Bermuda shorts were perfect for travelling in the Caribbean with all the pocket space a tourist could need. They were purchased in Germany at Peek & Cloppenburg store for 40 Euros. His shoes, leather Adidas soccer style shoes were bought at Ventura Mall in Miami for $60. Oliver said that he “loooved” them for their style and comfort. His black Prada sunglasses help block out the Caribbean sun and give him his privacy. He bought them in Paris for 200 Euros.
In Conclusion: Oliver defined his style as casual. He enjoys wearing comfortable clothes, preferring T-shirts, Polos and Diesel jeans to the suits he wears for work. And he doesn’t mind spending a lot of money on his look. Still, Oliver isn’t just another Roatan cruise ship tourist with too much money to throw on clothes. He is generous enough to sponsor a child in Bolivia which he plans to visit next year.

Who & Where From?: We ran into Oliver Walgenbach in front of the Woods Clinic on Coxen Hole’s Main street. Tall, with long blonde hair, Oliver appeared to be just a typical Saxon yuppy from Greven, a small German town of about 30,000. He was taking a stroll away from his temporary home, for 12 days, on the Norwegian Dawn that docked in Coxen Hole harbor.

What & Why: Oliver wore an internationally bought outfit. His pink Tommy Hilfiger T-shirt, a color he wears often, was purchased in Aruba for $55 dollars. This high necked T-shirt was made of 100% cotton, a vintage design with contrast piping and a printed Malibu logo.  He regularly pays 70 or 80 Euros for T- shirts, so he considered this purchase a “bargain buy.” Oliver’s white multi-pocketed Cargo style Bermuda shorts were perfect for travelling in the Caribbean with all the pocket space a tourist could need. They were purchased in Germany at Peek & Cloppenburg store for 40 Euros. His shoes, leather Adidas soccer style shoes were bought at Ventura Mall in Miami for $60. Oliver said that he “loooved” them for their style and comfort. His black Prada sunglasses help block out the Caribbean sun and give him his privacy. He bought them in Paris for 200 Euros.

In Conclusion: Oliver defined his style as casual. He enjoys wearing comfortable clothes, preferring T-shirts, Polos and Diesel jeans to the suits he wears for work. And he doesn’t mind spending a lot of money on his look. Still, Oliver isn’t just another Roatan cruise ship tourist with too much money to throw on clothes. He is generous enough to sponsor a child in Bolivia which he plans to visit next year. [/private]

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