What I found on Molokai pleasantly exceeded my expectations. I enjoyed two nights of kupuna, or elders, entertainment by the local people with ukuleles, song, and hula at the Molokai Hotel (every Friday night) and at Molokai Ranch.
I was reminded of the joy of living in a great urban cultural center, the San Francisco Bay Area, when I went in to see the new "Picasso and American Art" show at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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