Post-Volcano Hedonisia Links
This is an historical archive page as this lodging was destroyed with the Hedonisia Hawaii Eco-Community in the Kilauea volcano eruption in 2018.
These links are to the projects we work on as we prepare to return to our land.
Portland Micro-Community - Virtual Volunteer
EcoFeminist Web Portfolio - Tech Profit Sharing
Kahuna Cabin Maintenance
This instruction page contains tips and guidelines for beautification, cleaning and maintenance of Kahuna Cabin, one of our most popular Nightly Guest Rentals as advertised on our Hedonisia Hawaii Vacation Rentals site.
Volunteer Cleaning Instructions
- Sweep out hut especially under bed.
- Change bedding. Only change quilt/sleeping bag if it looks dirty or is damp smelling. One quilt is one complete load in the laundry so it is not very ecofriendly to wash every time.
- If it is a sunny day take mattress out and lay it on a tarp in the sun.
Beautify interior and exterior space, Keep pathway around Kahuna weeded, Maintain perimeter.
- Beautify interior and exterior space
- Keep pathway around Ohana Kahuna weeded
- Maintain perimeter
General Set-up Guidelines
Please keep the following guidelines in mind when setting up different spaces at Hedonisia.
Select a fitted sheet and flat sheet that will fit the space you are setting up (single, twin, full or queen depending on the bed-space). When possible use a matching sheet and pillow set.
For single guests staying in dorm spaces (Ohi'a Camper or Aloha Bus) we typically provide one pillow and a sleeping bag.
For double occupancy and for our more expensive lodging options we use a blanket/quilt and provide two pillows
Jungle Cottage, Ocean View and Kahuna have a special set of bedding and blankets that are used specifically for these spaces.
When setting up accommodations take into consideration the location of the lodging. Campsites and lodging spaces with screen walls will be cooler at night.
Prior to making the bed ensure that the space is thoroughly cleaned; if there are any strange smells or issues report them to the anchor manager or director in order to identify a quick solution!
Smoking, Candles and Fire Hazards
This hut is mostly made of wood. While it is cozy to have a nice romantic candle for lighting it is also a fire hazard as it can get quite windy at night and candles burn down especially if you fall asleep! So please use an eco-friendly flashlight for your lighting needs. If you must have a candle then please be sure to use a Manager Approved holding vessel for it. You can also use a battery operated candle for lighting and safety.