Most of the people who got tossed in this squat little prison were sailors who had downed one too many drinks while on shore ... More
Old Lahaina Prison
Most of the people who got tossed in this squat little prison were sailors who had downed one too many drinks while on shore leave. It was not a pleasant spot to sleep off a drunk, either; locals called it Hale Pa'ahao or "stuck in irons." These days, anyone can enter, and exit, this historical building at will. This is a Lahaina Restoration Foundation site, and while there is no charge to enter, donations are appreciated.
This gallery can be found around the back of Lahaina's famous Banyan Tree, in a hidden section of the Old
Lahaina Courthouse. You'll need to look carefully, or you might walk right past the little steps leading down into ...
If you want to explore the tiny, peaceful island of Lana'i while visiting Molokai, contact this company, which is highly
recommended even by locals. The journey each way only takes one hour and the boat departs five times daily ...
Located on the west side of Maui just outside of Lahaina Town, this beach is great for families, sunbathers, laid
back vacationers and anyone else who's longing to relax. Visitors can park their blankets on grass or sand, according ...
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