Just one of the like million varieties of pineapple at the plantation...
Besides a plethora of pineapple-related foodstuffs, the highlight of our visit was the train ride. It’s pretty much a mini locomotive that takes you through farmland that looks as if it’s maintained solely for the sake of the train ride. The best part was that we took the 4:20 tour on the Pineapple Express—we kid you not—and we would have snapped a picture but there was no sign with the schedule of times.
Seriously, the place is a decent distraction from an otherwise beach filled vacation. The place is pretty much on the way between Waikiki and the North Shore, so you might as well swing in for a bit. Even if you don’t cough up any valuable vacation funds for a tour of the world’s largest maze or pineapple garden you can always just peruse the massive gift shop. If you do visit we recommend at least grabbing a pineapple ice cream float—in a collectible pineapple glass of course.
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