I’ve finally settled on a “clock” for Kala. I wanted to have a clock face and nice images to go along with this post, but it is difficult to find a decent image to edit, and my artistic abilities on a computer are not worth bragging about in the slightest. Anyway, here is how it works:
Each hour on the Kala clock is equal to 3 hours on a traditional clock. A half hour on a traditional clock is 1/6 of an hour on a Kala clock. So, tsima ta’o ma itsa’o (hour 2 and 1/6) is 6 and 30 hours (European style), or 6:30 am.