The hardest part of this trip was waking up at five in the morning, the rest was easy and intriguing from there. Most of the students from my class and I traveled to Oahu to visit Holy Nativity School last week Thrusday. The purpose of going there was to 'lokomaka'i' or 'to share with each other' the knowledge of the Hokule'a and our revolutionized curriculum.. We were greeted at the Honolulu Airport by this enthusiastic and friendly character, Ms. Ogata. After meeting Ms. Ogata, we were introduced to Ms. Overton who also has common qualities like Ms. Ogata. We entered the small yet comfortable room greeting the students as we tread in. From there, we started our presentation with a little background information about the A'o program from what was taught by Ms. Enriquez. We opened up our website and showed our blogs. I could see the students were captivated with the glow in their eyes. During recess, we prepared for an interactive activity to show the students the star compass. Determining the directions of north, east, south, and west took us quite some time to figure out but eventually we attained a refined product of a large star compass on the courtyard. The students came out with clueless looks, not knowing what the star compass was. The demonstration consisted of knowing which direction to take if our canoe was sailing to Alaska and what kind of obstacles might be encountered. After that, we went inside the classroom to view my O'o Farms video. Deep inside, I was extremely pleased after the loud applause for my creation. Next, the students led us outside to their garden and compost pile - a way they practice Malama Honua. At the ending part of the day, we expressed our gratitude statements and presented our gifts. I was touched to see tears in Ms. Ogata's eyes and crackles in Ms. Overton's voice. I could feel the vitality of their appreciation and joy across the room. I was thankful to know that there was another school with an interest in the 'revolution.'