Went twice, first time saw the photos of the people and buildings of Kalaupapa peninsula on Molokai, and second time to refresh memories,after having taken the air charter to the island peninsula. Staff there gave me brochures on two charter tours there. Had always thought about going there, but never envisioned myself taking mule ride from 1700ft cliffs above, to get to the settlement, now part of National Historical Park. Quite a revelation to learn of the 8000 sent there to die of leprosy, and see pictures of many children separated forever from parents.
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