"ke hiki ʻoe i laila"
Translation:when you arrive there
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(Laila) is used to refer to a place when the person you are talking to already knows what place you are referring to.
Look at segment [3:28] to [4:40] on the link provided. Ka Leo ʻŌiwi | Episode 8: https://youtu.be/XzDZpCDJTn8
ʻaneʻi = here
ʻō = there (away from the person you are talking to)
laila = there (close / next to the person you are talking to)
The link above shows visual examples. (Start at time segment 3:28 in the video.)