RE: Wheelchair accessability and Night life????
lahaina is a tourist town filled with shops, restaraunts and bars. front street which is the main street along the water is for the most part accessible for your wheel chair. alot of people just walk up and down the street. for the beach you you will want to head out to kaanapali or since you dont need a beach chair just park it by the breakwall and take in the sun and sights. as for night life its ok not great but ok. try hard rock cafe on monday night to party with marty dread singing that cool reggae ( 10 pm starts ), cheeseburgers in paradise is a popular joint on front street as well. some of the other bars/clubs unfortunately are located either up stairs or in the basement and since the buildings are old they do not have elevators. ( paradise blues, moose mcgillicudys just to name a few ). now on meeting women thats a tough one since most tourists travel in pairs and there are just not that many single babes in town or lets just say its slim pickins. my advice is this, " go ugly early and you never go home alone." lastly as for partying people go out early in paradise and things close kinda early but its a small area and you should have the town wired in a day. hope this helps and happy trails partner you have a great attitude and remember dont eat kimchee ir your planning on smoochin the wahinees
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