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We made it to Stockholm!

2015-06-28-01-36-10_deco 2015-06-28-05-22-47_deco 2015-06-28-08-42-47_deco 2015-06-29-01-10-50_decoThe time is 01:17 on Tuesday, June 30th, and Day 3 of the European Spread a Little Aloha Tour is lingering in my mind and in my heart.  We checked in to our hotel room at Zum Erdinger Weissbrau.  For our beer drinkers, this is a treat of a hotel, as it is the world's largest wheat beer brewery whose history and brewing tradition reach back to 1537.  My body is aching from the 9 miles we walked today, and my eyes are struggling to remain open from the sleep deprivation and jet lag, yet my heart longs to share our journey thus far. We are at the close of day 3, and this is our 3rd hotel, and so far, my favorite.  We are greeted at the front reception desk by a lovely lady dressed in Bavarian attire.  The hotel has a Bavarian beer hall, and our rooms are large and traditional in décor with modern amenities.  The lights are out in my room, with only the light of my laptop. I am tuning out the zzz's of my roommates thanks to my ear buds and the sweet harmonies of the new friends that sang for us earlier today at lunch. So much has happened in the last 72 hours!  Let me go back to the start of our huaka'i.  This past Wednesday, while traveling home from our US tour with the 10-18 year olds, the last reservations were being made between Florida and California thanks to wifi while flying!  Our European tour members met on Thursday night to pack costumes, review the itinerary and get in our first practice with dancers and musicians together.  Friday came too quick, and I didn't get the chance to do a super clean up of my house, but I should be grateful that we were packed, and made it to the airport in time (our Super Shuttle driver was 25 minutes late, and we hit major traffic on the way to Oakland!).  Check in was simple!  We boarded, found our seats, had some Norwegian "nice and tasty" meals (Craig, Sherrel, Melody and I got a kick out of the cake in a jar, and the cute triangular milk containers). Most of us stayed up watching movies, while the other half slept almost the entire ten and half hour flight. We arrived in Stockholm, and all of our 28 bags arrived, and we loaded the hotel shuttle.  Just across from our hotel was the Jumbo Hotel, which is an old airplane that has been converted into a hotel.  In the evening, we saw a few people sitting at tables on the wing of the airplane.  Speaking of "evening", there hardly is any!  We took the Arlanda Express train to the main city area of Stockholm and had linner (lunch/dinner) at a Swedish restaurant.  We explored the open market where we bought some of the sweetest strawberries I have ever had (and they weren't hard!).  We split up into small groups, and had "Spread a Little Aloha stickers, pens, sanitizers ready to hand out...the fashion girls, the pastry loving ladies, the drinkers, and the couple always in search of  great craps table.    Try to figure who was in each group.  Melinda attracted a new friend while looking for the entrance of a church, Leiola was amused with her new balloon from MAX's fast food, the drinking crowd had a great time in their borrowed furry coats drinking cold drinks in ice glasses in an ice room....with their rubber slippers!  They even met new friends from the SF Bay Area while having drinks in the Ice Bar.  We went to check out the casino, but barely made it through the front doors because we didn't meet the dress code!  Imagine us...Uncle Bill with his uwangy hair, most of us in t-shirt shorts and slippers and Taylor the only one with pants and shoes, but with a tank top, and hat.  They were nice in throwing us out, and of course I had to ask what kind of games they played inside...ha, no craps!  What kind of a casino is that???  Nah, it was probably better, and I didn't feel so bad that I might be missing out on the longest roll!  We all made it back on the Arlanda Express train.  We picked up some snacks before going back to our hotel, and Rory found some Swedish fish...fyi...they don't call it "Swedish" fish in Sweden.  Sherrell wondered about Swedish pancakes and massages, we assume the drop the "Swedish".  So, we made it back to our rooms, and were grateful for the beautiful sun coming through our windows.  We were tired, and needed our rest for our early morning flight....except that the sun didn't go down!  It was still bright like daylight a 10 o'clock, or what they say in Europe, 22 o'clock...oops, I mean 2200.  I love how the group likes to tease me about now knowing how to say military time, but at least I'm on time! Day 2....OMGoodnessGracious!  Mahalo Ke Akua, we somehow made it to Munich!  Let's start by saying that the included breakfast buffet was the best I ever had!  Fresh fruits, multiple yogurts, and cereals, eggs, bacon, "Swedish" pancakes, loose tea, juices etc...it was great!  They even had the perfect water/juice dispenser for our Silicon Valley techies, like Lora.  You press your selection on the ipad next to a faucet, and your glass is filled!  So we were doing pretty good...started our day off right with a good meal.  Then, we didn't all make it on to the first shuttle, and had to wait for the next one.  The airport was crazy at 5:30am, and check in is primarily self-serve including printing of tickets, as well as tagging, scanning, and loading your own luggage.  It would be fine, if there were no glitches!  So, we almost didn't make it on to the plane, but thank fully it was delayed by 18 minutes.  Anson, Uncle Bill, and I stayed back to take care of luggage while we sent the others through the security check.  Thank goodness Leiola was with us because by the time we sent bags through, the security line was horrendous, and they didn't care about the flight times.  Fortunately they did have a line for those traveling with children, so it was Anson, Leiola and I as well as grandpa Bill! I must admit that I was a little nervous when we exited the baggage claim and  still didn't see our ride!  There are many logistical mistakes that could occur, small things that I may have over-looked, and I wasn't sure if our driver was coming. I had kind of expected that there would be a person standing with a sign.  I am glad that Anson agreed to the extra phone plan for out of country calls.  I was so relieved when our driver answered the phone and said that he was waiting for us in the gold colored Mercedes Bus!  Yeah!!!  We had a bus just for our group!  We loaded up, and hopped on! Anissa needs the front (she gets motion sickness), the middle section of the bus are the sleepers!  As soon as the bus turns on, we turn off.  Sherell and Craig need the back row (they have their own music, they have interesting conversation, and they don't seem to need any sleep.  Since I'm talking about sleep..whoa, we have some crazy looking sleepy people on our bus.  Taylor can be engaged in full conversation and fall asleep mid-sentence.  Anson is sleeping before everyone is loaded into the bus, and is LOUD, and startling.  Cayla is kind spooky, like she was frozen right after she said "OH", eyes and mouth wide open. Tony, our driver, is amazing.  He is patient and friendly, even when he found out that the entire day 1 itinerary had been changed.  He is actually from Croatia, and was excited to hear that we would be going to Croatia to perform.  I don't know how he can maneuver the huge bus, but he does. From the Munich airport, we drove directly to Nuremberg where we met up with our American guide, Kevin.  We walked though the castle, and the old town area.  From there we drove to Rothenberg Ob Der Tauber, which was magical........ There is so much to share about our adventure in Nuremberg, Rothenberg, and our special Day 3 with our new friends, but the time has escaped me.  It is now almost 3am, and we are to meet for breakfast at 7:30am. Stay tuned, and please continue to pray for our safe travels.  

Aloha From New York!

Hi I’m Mika, throughout the tour we have danced for many people that have opened my eyes to new things. Yesterday we danced at a family shelter for a few kids. We danced a few songs, made candy leis, and of course we spread ALOHA. Today we explored New York, we started out in a huge TOYS R US where we got to shop and shop and shop. Makana and I got a sister 4 ever necklace and a cookie. Then we went to Hershey world and I found a few candies to eat. Next we went to a New York gift store I got a really comfortable hoodie. Finally Ainslie, Maddie, Sydney, and I went to Disney store and I found some tsum tsums to get. I had a great time in New York. Gabby C- This tour has been eye opening so far. Yesterday at the family shelter, it was so moving to see the kids after the show so happy. Today was also really fun sightseeing, we all had so much fun shopping. Riding on the TOYS R US roller coster with Maddie, Kanoe, and Isabela was really fun. I found some amazing souvenirs in and I <3 New York store. NY has been so great so far. Marissa- I have had so much fun on this tour and learned many new things. I’ve been having such a great time making people happy by doing the things I love. One of my favorite gigs was going to the family shelter. I met this very cute kid who I made a candy lei with. He loved to take pictures, and when he did he had a huge smile and a peace sign. I really enjoyed how happy the kids were when we were dancing and especially how modest my hula sisters and I became. We all learned how fortunate we are back at home throughout this tour. The spread a little aloha tour has been enjoyable, yet a great learning experience. Makana- Over these past couple of days I have had so much fun. Between the family shelter and dancing for the low-income housing, this trip has been amazing. Yesterday was also the Today show, where we saw Nate Reuss perform, and we watched the waiters in the Stardust Diner sing, as well as putting on two joyous performances. Today we had a free day, where we slept in and went shopping in New York, where I got some different souvenirs and I tried some new foods. I have really loved our time in New York so far, but most memorably was the family shelter and Buena Vida. Kayla- These past few days I have enjoyed many gigs and bonding time with my hula sisters. I really enjoyed the Buena Vida senior center. The seniors really were so happy after we performed. The workers there were thanking us so much for coming and saying they want us back here. That made me feels so appreciated for our hula. Some of the seniors were clapping along during the whole show. Today we just chilled in our rooms since it was a late night and shopped in New York City. I am just really happy that I can share Aloha by doing something that I love! Sydney H- the past few days have been great at the gigs we went to made me feel warmed and loved. I loved making people happy and making them smile. I am so happy people appreciate hula that we do. We have shopped in New York City. And done many gigs. I am so glad I get to share the aloha spirit on the East Coast.11206042_1142250812457735_8146023333557367957_n (1)

Blogging while waiting in line for the Today Show!

Isabela D- Yesterday we went to the Harmony House and Ridge Street School and I think that these have been some of my favorite performances. All of the children at the school were loving and showed so much kindness! I also enjoyed looking at the view from the top of the Harmony House. Noelle - I really enjoyed performing at Ridge Street Elementary and Harmony House. The kids loved the hula, they were so enthusiastic and polite too! Harmony House is a place where low income people can find housing. The people there were also very enthusiastic and loved the little raffle we put on to give out t-shirts and other Spread A Little Aloha items. Jadyn- Yesterday we volunteered at the Harmony House and performed at Ridge Street school. I think Ridge Street school was my favorite performance, because after we performed we got to interact with the students, and all the younger kids were dancing along. It was a fun experience performing with younger people on the Spread A Little Aloha Tour. Maddie – Yesterday, we went to Ridge Street School and we also went to Harmony House. Going to the school was my favorite gig so far becasue i enjoyed dancing for people my age. Seeing all of the happy people at both places made me realize how much people enjoy our dancing. It was a good experience to dance at these two places during the tour. Isabella – We volunteered yesterday at Ridge Street School and at Harmony House. The school was incredible to volunteer at because the kids were really enthusiastic. It was reallly fun to watch all the elementary and middle schoolers enjoy the preformance. It was also amazing to preform at Harmony Huse. I loved watching all the people enjoy the preformance and the raffle. Ainsley – We went to Ridge Street School and danced two gigs. This and the Harmony House were our two places we went, and they might have been my favorite. The kids at the school were so happy to see us, so it made me feel like we cheered them up. Sydney H. - we went to ridge street school and danced for the children i had a great time. Dancing at the school and making the children happy felt really good also we went to the harmony house and danced for people who had some kind of illness. The entire time we danced my heart was warmed because just seeing the smile on their faces mademe feel happy and appreciated. Krista – it was fun going to the Harmony house and the school. I felt they really enjoyed our performance. Spreading our aloha spirit to other people brings joy to my heart and theirs. Everyone was so kind, nice and overall wonderful people. Isabella P: Yesterday we volenteered at the Harmony house which was a housing facility which holds disabled people that need a home. It was very nice to meet all of the people that watched our performance they were very nice. Their looks were definantly deceving but once you get to know them and talk to them it were very kind and sweet. At the harmony house we were able to look at the Empire State Building from the porch that they had. At Ridge street school we were like celebrates everyobne wanted to ask me to sighn their postcards and when I tryed to high five this guy he tryed to hold my hand?!! I was like WHAT ARE YOU DOING!!!! And a lot of people said that I was cute and pretty which was so nice of them. So far the Ridge Street School was may favorite preformance. Lia - Yesterday we had the wonderful oppertunity to be able to voulenteer at the Harmony House and ridge school. At the school I was very happy to see how estatic the kids were to see us there and all of them asked if we could come back next year. One girl I met was named Makenzie and she was my age and was sooo friendly! Other people there also greeted us nicely there. In the Harmony House the people there were very family oriented and chill. The Harmony house also had a beautiful veiw on their balcony of New York. Throughout yesterday I think the Harmony House was the best because they were all funny and excited for us to be there. A lot of them also liked to take many pictures.

A wonderful day in the “Land of Enchantment”

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We started day two with complimentary breakfast at the hotel.  We loaded into our five mini SUV's, and headed for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.  Upon receiving our tour stickers, we were given the rules...no flash photography, and only for personal use...no video recordings of the dancers, and no posting of any photos on social media, or photos taken for commercial use.  Hālau Nā Wai Ola...does it sound familiar?  Our ʻōpio completely understood the cultural protocol.  So, we have no photos to share from the Indian Pueblo Center, but we really enjoyed it, and wish we had more time.  We walked through the exhibits, and visited with the artisans.  As dancers ourselves, we had a great appreciation for the dancers that shared today, their costumes, their stamina, and the stories that were shared about each dance. After our short visit at the Indian Pueblo Cultural center we drove to the Kirtland Airforce Base, which was a short 20 minute drive.  We approached the gate, and were greeted by two very handsome young men in uniform!  They lead us to the visitor's center to check in, and Brandy, and Andrew, our contacts on the base drove us to our performance location.  The girls in our vehicle had never been to a military base and it was quite an experience.  We performed at the Mountain View Club, which has a great outdoor patio and large pool area.  Kanoe, Sydney N., and I were so happy to see Emari (part of the Nā Wai Ola when we were located in Cupertino), and her family who lives there at Kirtland.  Mahalo to Emari who helped us get in contact with Brandy so we could share our aloha with them.  Everyone there was so nice and grateful.  We brought the requested pool toys, and gave two performances, one at the pool and one at the patio area.  During our performance we kept hearing "woohoo, Jalynne".  It was a nice surprise for one of our girls whose cousin came out to the performance.  The ʻōpio lead the children in a candy lei craft, and made some new friends.  At the end of our second performance, we had a raffle where everyone won a "Spread a Little Aloha" prize!  After we packed up our costumes, we were able to sit, relax and have lunch together.  I loved seeing how our girls interacted with the families, and with one another. We headed back to our hotel, and the girls jumped in the pool, which according to them was surprisingly cold!  The girls watched the big game, while Elizabeth and Kanoe went to the Walmart, and then picked up pizza for the group.  I went to the laundromat to wash all of the tour shirts and dresses, where I met some new friends.  It is an interesting story, and it helped me to connect to some people, and to see past the exterior, and trust that Ke Akua sent them my way to push me out of my comfort zone, yet, I feel blessed to have such an experience. Ask me about it when I see you in person. Following are some thought from our ʻōpio. Noelle:  My favorite part of the day was that we performed at an air force base.  It was cool to see what it is like to live on a base. Jadyn G:  My favorite part of today was going to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and watching the performers dance and learn about their life. Julianna:  My favorite part of the day was going to the military base to perform, and handing out gifts to the kids. Jalynne:  I have two favorites.  I really enjoyed the Pueblo dances, and going to the Kirtland Airforce Mountain View Club was cool too!  I am really happy that I saw my cousin. Isabella P:  My favorite part of today was visiting the Military Base, looking at all of their land.  Itʻs their own little town.  They have so much land with their own territory.  I loved seeing their houses and markets.  It was so cool and fascinating. Sydney: My favorite part of today was learning about Pueblo,  their dance was very interesting. Makana:  I really enjoyed the fact that we could bring Aloha to people other people though our dance.  I also loved being able to bond with my hula ʻohana. Kayla:  My favorite par of the day was when we were performing at the base.  The little girls that were watching us looked so happy!  That made me have a happier energy going out me!! Maddie:  The best part of the day was seeing how much all of the people at the military base enjoyed us.  It was also fun to help the kids be more happy. Krista:  I loved how happy the children looked at the air force base.  Seeing them happy made me even happier. Isabella C:  My favorite part of the day was going tothe milirary base and dancing for all of the kids.  I also enjoyed helping them make candy leis. Lia: Highlight:  I met nice little girls who absolutely adored the show.  

Tour Schedule

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Spread a Little Aloha Tour, Day 1-New Mexico!

20150613_191431 20150614_010028 20150614_005758 20150614_004923 20150614_005322 To start, mahalo Ke Akua for guiding us safely to Albuquerque. To everyone who is supporting us on this special huakaʻi, we are truly grateful!  We will try our best to post whenever there is a free moment, so please follow along with us on our travels. The day began, with a text message that our flight would be delayed by about thirty minutes.  That was a welcomed text as I was still making travel arrangements for our European tour (begins on June 26th)  During that time, Anson was running to three different banks to get $5 and $10 bills so all of the girls will have enough change for their $25 a day lunch/dinner allowance.  Not surprising, the Kahaku clan was the last to arrive at the airport, but late only by 4 minutes.   32 check in bags later, and we were ready to fly the friendly skies...well, actually that would be United, but the Southwest crew were happy to welcome us.  Our gate agent was from Hawaiʻi, and was so cute talking to us about the tour, while the rest of the B boarding group was trying to give her their tickets.  We gave her our post card and one of our "spread a aloha, not germs" hand sanitizers, and she thrilled...we could hear her telling the other gate agents about her hand sanitizer as we walked toward the plane. My first sign....a moth.  If you traveled with us before, you know that I always wait to see a moth somewhere, as it is a sign for my family that we are being guided and protected along the way.  My mom whispered to me to look for a moth when she gave me my last hug before we headed for the TSA check point, and sure enough, it appeared.  Then Anson texted that my sister Hau'oli saw one when they all had lunch after dropping us off. We talk about being in control of our own mental state all the time in class, and not allowing others to pull us into their negative state.  It's easy to have exude aloha when things are going your way, and everyone is in good mood.  The challenge, and the growth comes when things are not so smooth.  One of our girls is severely allergic to peanuts, and almost couldn't make the tour.  She did get clearance from her doctor to travel, and we contacted the airlines in advance, and learned of all of their peanut allergy policies.  Gate agents were notified so pretzels instead of peanuts would be served.  She was pre-boarded so she could wipe down her area as well as the seats surrounding her.  They were towards the rear of the plane. The advice given was to reserve the row in front and the row behind for 6 of our girls so she would have at least a peanut free bubble for her, but of course that upset a few passengers who made rude comments about saving seats....even if they knew she was severely allergic.  Our mom and daughter continued to be pleasant.  I was also especially proud of our girls when they willingly gave up their seats so a family could sit together.  The flight was quick, and we were in Phoenix in no time.  When were exiting the plane, we were greeted by two uniformed officers ready to talk with a belligerent couple with drama on the plane.  So much excitement on just the first leg of the trip! It was a three hour layover in Phoenix.  The girls sang "A-L-O-H-A...a little aloha in our day, complete with the "da-da-da, da, da" while on the people mover.   One of the officers on the inside of the TSA check was happy to give us suggestions to eat on our three hour layover.  He was happy with his new hand sanitizer.  Most of the girls settled on McDonalds...trying not to blow all of their food allowance.  They are hoping they'll have extra money toward the end of the trip for a nice meal.  We found an empty gate that we finished our meals at, and they played Disney movie charades.  They are great at keeping themselves entertained! I enjoyed hearing our girls talk about the people they met on the plane.  Ainsley and Gabby said they gave away some postcards and hand sanitizers to the people they sat next to.  Lia and Bella P said that a man they sat next to had many questions (he was testing them), what the tour was about, why they were on it, what it meant to them etc...the girls said that they were glad that we had them really think about it prior to our trip so they could share our mission. It's interesting, the people you meet!  As I was charging the laptop, I met a wonderful woman from Walnut Creek.  She has lived in Hawai'i (Makakilo), and Maryland, and is originally from Houston, Texas.  I think because we are all wearing matching "Spread a Little Aloha" shirts, it's so much easier to begin a conversation with someone you don't know.  She was so pleasant, and we talked about our children, travel, and a stroke she had years ago.  What a blessing life is.  We forget that every day is a blessing, and an opportunity for us to take a step closer to living our life purpose.  I think of how many times on a daily basis that we walk right past someone, not even acknowledging them with a hello, a nod, or even a smile.  It makes me think about how many genuine connections we are missing out on every day.  You never know how much a kind word, a gentle smile, a simple acknowledgment can affect a person.  I may not ever meet this woman again, but just that fifteen minutes with her warmed my heart. While I was chatting and charging, the girls said there was another dance group.  They joked that they would have a dance off...until they saw them stretching and doing crazy tricks...haha!   We boarded the plane for Albuquerque, and the flight attend was absolutely pleasant as she made a welcome announcement to all of the hula dancers on board.  I sat next to a grandfather and his grandson.  I learned all about Mine Craft, and how he wants to be a plumber in Italy when he grows up (Mario Brothers). The flight was quick and we landed at about 10:30.   Two of the chaperones stayed back while four of us went to the car rental center.  While the girls waited for their baggage to come out, one of the officers gave each of them a squishy mini airplane that he signed for each of them.  It's made from the same material as a stress ball.  That was really nice...the girls have their first souvenir!  So while they were getting stress ball type airplane toys, we were at the rental car terminal.  That took forever!  I really could have used one of those airplane stress reducer squeeze toys! There was only one woman ahead of us, and one gentleman behind us.  No one else in the entire building except a couple of other agents at other rental counters. I figured that since there were four of us, and only one gentleman behind us, I would be nice and let him go ahead. Kind of like he only had milk and eggs and we had a cart full of spam, vienna sausages, sardines, 25lb rice bag, pork and beans, shoyu etc....He thanked us and joked back that he was going to ask a ton of questions and get some upgrades to his reservations...well, I thought he was joking, but he wasn't.  We remained patient, and pleasant.  When it was finally our turn, the agent said that she didn't have any of our vans, haha, another joke, but no she wasn't joking either.  She that she had been trying to call us all day.  I checked my phone and there was no missed call or message.   She said that they assume that when multiple reservations are in the same name that it's a mistake.  I showed her on the reservation where it clearly states that we "do not have to call to confirm", and that I spoke with her last night when I called to confirm the hours of the location since we had a late flight.  She had mentioned to me last night that she would be the one closing at midnight.  Also, that I had called a week prior, and was told to put all reservations in my name since the debit card was in my name, and that I would just add the additional driver to my reservations (for a fee) so the other drivers wouldn't have to use their personal credit cards.  So, this was my first big challenge of the "aloha" tour!!!  After she said (in a tone that made it sound like it was our mistake) that there were no vans in the entire rental center, a vision popped in my head...I could literally see myself (much more fit that in real life) in slow motion, jump over the counter, and put her in a Leiola Kahaku style choke hug.  So here we are....we have 19 kids, 6 chaperones, 32 bags, no transportation, and it is creeping up on midnight!  I made a silent prayer that my naturally explosive temper would stay in check, and asked what other vehicles were available.  Fortunately there were mini SUV's that were more expensive, less seats, and trunk space, but I stood firm, while also paying her a genuine compliment on how much I like the red color of her hair.  She kept it at the same rate as our original reservation.  We had to rent an additional vehicle (not in the budget), but at a discount. We made it to the hotel by 1 in the morning.  I am happy to say that the rooms are great, with plenty of space for all of us.  The girls are all in bed, resting up for an exciting day at the Kirtland Air Force Base tomorrow.  Local time is 4:42 a.m. so please excuse any typos or grammatical errors..it's time for bed!  

It’s Aloha Friday!

The girls (Sydney H., Gabby, Isabella C., Ainsley B., Kanoe) woke up early for their radio interview yesterday.  They all did a wonderful job sharing the message about The Spread a Little Aloha Tour.  Mahalo Uncle Vernon and Aunty Luana!  Listen to a short clip of our radio interview.

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On the Air! - Listen to our radio interview

On the Air! - Listen to our radio interview
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Hawaiian Radio KKUP with Uncle Vernon & Aunty Luana

Aloha

Aloha kakahiaka! Our tour members will be leaving to US tour really soon!