Prior to the 18th Century, Hawai'i did not have a written language, but shortly after the introduction of the printing ... More
Prior to the 18th Century, Hawai'i did not have a written language, but shortly after the introduction of the printing press, it gained one of the highest literacy rates in the country. Maui's first printing press was was sent to Lahaina in 1834. This building was the first home of the press; later it was used as a schoolhouse. Finally, the Lahaina Restoration Foundation turned it into a museum, displaying a replica of the press, a history of the building, and a few rare books. This is a non-profit venture. Donations are greatly appreciated. Since it is located on school grounds, it is requested that you call prior to visiting.
World famous artist Wyland, painter of magical underwater scenes and seascapes, has a gorgeous gallery on Front Street in downtown
Lahaina. Prints and originals are available. In addition to Wyland's work, artwork by several other well known painters and ...
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 ...
Past busy Lahaina and touristy Ka'anapali, the beaches become less crowded and the water looks quite a bit bluer. More
locals can be seen; the pace seems slower and more relaxed. If it sounds appealing, maybe you should consider ...
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