The ruins are really well kept by the NPS and the signs give you a peak back to how the plantation was used and what went on there when sugar was being produced. It was stiflingly hot the day we visited in July and it made it unimaginable to think about the poor slaves that had to tend to the boiling process that was used to make the sugar. The view overlooking the bay from the ruins is gorgeous and was one of my favorites on the island. It is a very short walk and worth a look especially if you are already at this part of the island.
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