crosses the sea in her white canoe to meet her betrothed, Māwaelualani, son of
the gods Papa and Wākea. She brings with her a gidt of an ʻōʻō bird perched high atop
an ʻōhiʻa lehua tree which has been carefully wrapped in a protective bundle.
At Waiola, her canoe lands, and this site becomes the place where she will
reside with her beloved husband.