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The remote beaches and rolling pastures on Molokai's west end are presided over by Mauna Loa, a dormant volcano, and a sleepy little former plantation town of the same name. Papohaku Beach, the Hawaiian Islands' second-longest white-sand beach, is one of the area's biggest draws.
Most residents live centrally, near the island's one and only true town, Kaunakakai. It's just about the only place on the island to get food...