Hooking and pulling down avocados is a lot harder then you think. That wasn’t the only hard part when my family and I picked avocados at the Kahala house. The avocados at the Kahala house (A family house near the beach surrounded by tons of fruits and vegetables growing all around) were very green, and the tree they’re planted in is so green my eyes hurt tying to look for one. It’s totally worth it when you eat the delicious creamy avocado for breakfast.
There’s a saying: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” The Kahala house’s avocados really represent that because when I first saw it on the ground, the outsides were dirty, the body was a funky shape, and cracks ran along side the whole thing. When my grandmother offered me a avocado piece, I refused. My grandmother insisted and I had to take one. After I smelled it, I thought to myself, “Maybe this won’t be bad after all.” I popped it in my mouth and instantly thought, “Trying it definitely was a good move.” I quickly finished and immediately asked for another one. The creamy and buttery taste was so amazing I almost could not bear it. A couple days later, we went again to the Kahala house and picked not one, but 14 big avocados. Next time you drive by the Kahala house, look at the avocado tree because I doubt you’ll find any left considering how every one loves them!
Pictures of avocados and a little bonus too: