The 1344 square foot Aloha House is located in Nanawale Estates on a quiet street surrounded by home owners that live quiet lives resulting in a restful atmosphere for relaxing and sleeping to prepare your body for the next day full of activities.
The Aloha House is located in a single-home residential subdivision and is surrounded mostly by home owners living very sedately which results in a good restful atmosphere for sleeping to prepare your body for the next day’s activities. Please respect others and keep noise level down after 10 pm.
There are no large dangerous animals or snakes of any kind to contend with, however, Hawaii is blessed with abundant bounties of wild fruit and an outcome of a sizable number of rodents. We ask that you put all trash and garbage in provided containers and keep screen doors closed at all times to prevent them from entering the house. We take care to keep maintenance updated to eliminate problems but there are two invaders that manage to sneak thru the smallest of cracks, geckoes and palmetto bugs. Neither are harmful but both can be an undesirable nuisance. Many people who live here consider a gecko in the house as good luck as they eat small bugs. Others capture them with bare hands and replace them outside. I have seen some of the children open the gecko's mouth and attach it to their ear lobes for earrings. Personally, I prefer to prevent them from entering into my house if possible.
Smoking is not permitted in the house but may be done outside. Please put butts in butt cans.
Cancella la prenotazione fino a 7 giorni prima del viaggio per ottenere un rimborso del 50%. Puoi cancellare la prenotazione anche entro 7 giorni dal tuo arrivo, ma non riceverai alcun rimborso.
Aloha, This is Mary Alice. I am a retired Civil Service Federal Employee after 28 combined years of working with the Air Force, Dept of Defense and the Census Bureau. The major portion of my career position was with computers, starting as an Operator then as a Programmer and finally as a System Design Supervisor Analyst. I thoroughly love working with the computer as noted by my logo picture on all of my web sites. It is an actual picture of me taken while employed with the DOD. I am a little older now but still love computer work. I have told my family "when I get too old to live alone, buy me a new laptop, a corner in a nice rest home and I will be happy".
After retiring from government work I moved to Hawaii and continued working with the computer from home in self-employment, preparing legal documents for clients which they are permitted by law to prepare themselves ie., taxes, power of atty.'s, trusts,, wills, etc. Until Match 2015 I was also a Signing Notary helping others refinance their mortgages. I loved meeting the owners, viewing their beautiful homes and seeing the relief in their faces knowing that someone was helping them during the great real estate tumble that we all took. In March the recent lava flow in this area which threatened to go across the highway forced me to make a hard decision between giving up the notary part of my business or taking a gamble on the lava stopping and renewing my license for 4 more years. Gambling is not my forte so I gave it up and chose to spend my efforts on the Aloha House as a means of making new friends and helping people enjoy their vacations. The lava did stop flowing and added an additional viewing location about 3 miles from the Aloha House.
In Hawaiian 'aloha' means love, mercy, compassion and pity depending on how it is used. If said to you upon arrival it means 'Greetings with love'. If said upon your departure it means 'Go with love, compassion, mercy or pity' whichever applies. It is used as the name of our house to display how the house was prepared and how we want you to accept and use it. Make it your place to love, play and be happy during your brief escape from the grindstone.
Any spare time that I have is spent as a family historian researching our family genealogy. I am an active world class member of Ancestry, Family Search and a number of other web based genealogy sites; an active member listed on Cambridge Who's Who and Worldwide Branding. I consider close family contact to be the most important thing in life Any guest in my house is always treated like family and I would love to have you visit with me. If you have thought about doing your own research but don't know how I will be glad to help you get started. If you are already 'in it' and would like to compare notes I'm up for that also.