DOLE PLANTATION VISIT

Pineapple drinks on deck
So fresh and so sweet

Okay, I’ve been dragging this Hawaii trip out long enough. This is the last post about Hawaii, I swear. I couldn’t possibly skip out on sharing one of my favorite tours in Hawaii, our visit to the Dole Plantation. As many of you may have already figured out, Hawaii is one of the biggest exporters of the tastest fruit EVER, pineapples. It’s no secret this fruit taste delicious and is by far one of my favorite eats. It’s also one of the few fruits I’m not allergic to. If you haven’t already guessed it by now, you should know Charles and I literally toured Hawaii in less than 3 days so that’s why all of our post are jammed packed with activities because it was basically a non stop adventure from beginning to end with no rest in between. The Dole plantation was on of those adventures.

We had the most fun at on this visit. We tried pineapple ice cream for the first time, hoped a train ride with the Pineapple Express and toured the pineapple fields and snapped some random shots all over the landscape and inside the biggest, fake pineapple I’ve ever seen. And of course, we had to shop the pineapple gift shop because who doesn’t love buying trinkets for their family members.

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Dole
All aboard
Got my ticket
Pineapple shoes were only fitting
Yummy pineapple ice cream
Waiting to board the Pineapple Express
I’m ready
What do you mean no food or drinks?
Pretty greens
Pineapple fields forever
Banana’s too
Pretty flower
Sight seeing
Gorgeous landscape
More pineapples
Happy as a pineapple
Pineapple dreaming
Souvenirs
That’s all folks

All in all this was an amazing trip full of fun and non stop eating. We plan on visiting next year because clearly a few personal days in Hawaii is clearly not enough to grasp the full breath of this beautiful island.

Anyone ever been to Hawaii? Which island did you visit? What activities did you do? Would love to hear from you. Drop your comments below in the comment box

Sincerely,

Deidra Marie

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