I get that most people would point to things, I just mean for directions as in 'where's the bathroom' kind of directions. Here's a demonstration of said language, if you were just talking or had a foreign exchange student or whatever:
'tomo telo li lon seme?'
'o tawa nasin kon, telo, telo. tomo telo li lon ni.'
'a. mi weka!'
(this is used in a house setting.)
If used to describe streets and stuff in the city, all could be accompanied with gestures and other street names as well of course. Once directions get started, if there's a lot of them, then you'd probably not need to keep using 'nasin' if all is understood.
I shared this stuff as there was a discussion in a tp facebook group about directions. While it may have originated from compass directions, my ultimate plan was to just use them to define left, right, forward and back rather than all that fancy NSEW compass stuff. Besides, North's changing or something, isn't it?
ale li pona.
sina o sona e ni.