The 7 Sacred Pools & Grilling on a Sunny Day – Lima McMaster

The Spirit of Aloha

The word “aloha” is the most recognized of all Hawaiian words. In its simplest use, it means “hello”, “welcome”, or “goodbye”. But the word, to many Hawaiians, can also be used to convey a much deeper and richer feeling, one that encapsulates a way of living, being, and most of all, treating others. This Spirit of Aloha inspires us to do what we do and influences every facet of every tour we offer at Polynesian Adventure Activities.

We wanted to delve further into this particular meaning of Aloha, so we asked Lima McMaster what the Spirit of Aloha means to them as well as some of their favorite things to do, see, and eat on Oahu.

Hi, Lima! How long have you been a member of the Poly Ad Ohana?
Going on one month!

What is your favorite thing about Hawaii?

Hmmm. I really love the smell of the grill on a beautiful sunny day by the beach with my family. It makes me feel happy to be with them and our friends. Just everyone together, having a good time and enjoying everything around us that mother nature gave us.

What is your favorite off the beaten path place to enjoy?

I love to go hiking around the 7 sacred pools. It gives me peace of mind… It’s so scenic and meditative to go there, shut off the world and just enjoy the hike and everything around me.

What is your favorite Hawaiian musical artist?
Keali’i Reichel. His music just takes me to a different world and its definitely very soothing and relaxing.

What is your favorite local food?
Poke bowls or poke at the Pukalani Foodland. Very consistent in flavors and it just broke da mouth.

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"Mahalo nui loa" - The Poly Ad Ohana