On a trip from New York to Rhode Island, we took a wrong turn somewhere and ended up in Westport, Connecticut in possibly the oldest graveyard I have ever set foot in. It only took up a small corner of the street, and the ancient wrought iron gates were open...
Part of the state's extensive history, a "Heiau" is a temple built by the Hawaiians of old where various ceremonies were held. Ceremonies can range from asking the Hawaiian gods to bring rain to making human sacrifices. This particular Heiau is a popular tourist destination due to its easy access. If you come to Hawaii, this is one of the must-see locations.