Folo, Miser and Ina Miser; Ama Bute, unknown local, Earl with Olivia, Ama Tari, and Tari back in 2009.  The connection was just beginning to take hold...

Hinako locals on Asu to harvest the old coconuts, scoop out the coconut meat and smoke it into 'kopra' to preserve it for shipping to Sumatra.  

A birds eye view from over Asu looking East toward the rest of the Hinako Archipelago with Nias Island in the distance.

Ama Tiani - Our local legend that harvests our young coconuts for us to put on ice and enjoy the sweetest and freshest coconut water you've ever tasted.  Come try...

Ono Niha - Nias Man - This pic is from circa 1915 and shows the power of the Nias people who have inhabited this island for 10,000 years, moving and shaping the rock of the island into their culture.  The name Nias comes from the Niha people.

The A-Team, our Asu Camp crew, without whom none of what we do would be possible.  Our gratitude to our team and the happiness of our crew resonates through our camp and many guests have commented on how amazing the vibe is in our home.  Come feel the vibe...

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