Hawaii, Lanai, Hulopoe Bay Beach Park, Palm trees and picnic tables along beach.

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Although Lanaʻi is the most central of the Hawaii islands – on a clear day you can see five islands from here – it's also the least 'Hawaiian'. Now-closed pineapple plantations are its main historic legacy, and the locals are a mix of people descended from immigrant field workers from around the world.


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