To visit, the sights; to stroll, make a tour, take a walk; to look upon (Puk. 3.4); spectator.
And off I go! Uihā! Two years ago, I traveled with my mom, and seven other members of my family all the way to Denmark (talk about a l o n g flight, especially since our ages ranged from 4 – 84). We went to kipa (visit) the motherland. Literally. My mom is FROM Denmark. Visiting a country with a total of nine in the group can be quite a challenge but it was an unforgettable journey, a wonderful huakaʻi.
This week I make the journey again, although instead of table for nine, it is just a table for four. All able-bodied adults. This time around, it will be go go go, visiting family, enjoying food, sightseeing, in the true sense of mākaʻikaʻi. I intend to visit, sightsee, stroll, tour, walk, do it all. Mākaʻikaʻi in all its glory. I am going to mākaʻikaʻi hele, to stroll here and there.
Wish me well, my friends.
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