The Rollinia House is a small, elevated hut that can sleep one or two persons. It has an east facing view of a beautiful palm tree farm. You can watch the sun greet the day right from the comfort of your bed!
This lodging is a small, elevated hut for one, with an east facing view of a beautiful palm tree farm. Watch the sun greet the day right from the comfort of your bed.
The Rollinia House bed is made from locally grown guava wood and we have provide recycled furnishings to store your belongings.
This accommodation got it's name because of the rollinia tree located next to it. This type of tree produces a delicious white fruit that tastes like custard!
As an eco-feminist community we decorate our lodgings and facilities with a theme of depicting artistic images of strong sensual women.
And so you will notice art all over the property that shows warrior women and 'Jungle Queens'! It has proven to be a wonderful form of creative inspiration to those who visit our community.
For too often femininity is depicted in religion, culture and the media as being fragile, delicate and in need of the protection of a man. We dispense with that notion in our art, choosing to focus on depicting sensual strong 'feminine' women who can defend themselves!
In line with this theme we have painted this hut with colorful tropical 'viking ladies'!
On the interior of this tropical viking queen accommodation you will find:
- Quaint guava twin size bed
- Dresser to store clothes
- Wire shelves for personal items
- Large windows for ventilation and 360 degree jungle view
A Scandinavian History. It was the Swedish mother of his former girlfriend who inspired Community Director, Mojo to come to Hawaii.
Mojo also lived for extended periods in Denmark. Combined with visits to Norway and Sweden he really got to live and feel Scandinavian culture firsthand. He especially noted and appreciated the strength of Scandinavian women.
Nordic Scandinavia has one of the highest rates of female empowerment and equality in the world. Sweden is often described as the first country with a feminist government.
So this little hut is a tribute to the viking ladies of the North!