This artsy jungle retreat is a unique escape from the city without the burden of being too far off the beaten path. Just two miles into the valley from town, hear the birds chirp while the banana trees rustle in the breeze!
no smoking please. Use of kitchen is encouraged and fridge space will be provided. Please clean up after self and take care of own trash. cast iron pans; clean with water and copper scrub brush only. wipe dry or leave on stove on warm burner. wipe with avocado oil when finished. please do not leave out food and store as much in fridge as possible. We can discuss use of spices, oils, etc depending on needs. We recycle bottles, cans, and newspaper. I prefer guests not do laundry here because the washer is shared with 2 other households. But for longer stays, If use of laundry is requested special instructions will apply. Please provide own detergent or donate $1 per load for detergent and electric bill. Quiet time after 10:30 unless pre-arranged. Also, please be mindful of neighbors sleeping upstairs when coming down path to house and/or slamming front door. Their bedroom is above front entrance . All wert towels should be hung outside. Please don't leave anything wet on furniture .Please no guests of guests.
Hi! I'm Vanesa. I love to travel, brew beer, throw dinner parties and share my little oasis in the back of Palolo Valley. I work in the film business as a scenic artist and a set dresser and have a very unpredictable life. Everything I do is last minute and spontaneous and I like it that way. As your host I am there for you as much as you need me to be, even if I am away on business or adventure.
As a guest in your space, you will probably not see me too much. I am always out and about seeking local food & beer, scenery and adventure. I make the most out of my time away from home as I am a former east coaster/new yorker living on tiny island in the middle of the pacific.
Why am I renting my space on Airbnb? To fund my travel urges. All proceeds from AIrbnb go to the travel fund. With this in mind, I do my best to help you find what you need out of Hawaii- be it a night to crash after being out on the town, finding a home here somewhere, or squeezing the most out of a 3 day trip. I welcome all your input for our future travels or how to make this space better.