National Geographic : 1929 Mar
SOC IEY PLAYS n2Aete OI/ ac6'an; 7&/9 AeIcoutlt THEY roved from beach to coral beach at the royal whim. Sailed in their outrigger canoes in a pagan pageant from the Island of Gardens to the Island Where the Snow Meets the Sky. A simple palace here, in a coco-nut grove of unimagin able beauty and stillness. Another yonder, where one could lie and watch silver flying fish skimming a sea as colorful as the cool depths of an opal. That was yesterday. Today, to all this H A native charm is added the modern luxury of world-famous palatial hotels. Smart . motors ply the flowered avenues to Wai kiki. Gay groupsgatheron the broadlanais. , /it Surfboards and outrigger canoes ride the WO' combers in thrilling races. Life and ?Ci/ color and movement everywhere-even /l at midnight, when the torches of native fishermen sparkle from a 4 - (/J/ distant coral reef. fl Summer days are cool for golf, on one of a dozen scenic courses. H LASSCO LINE from LOS ANGELES Sailings every Saturday over the delightful Southern route on Lassco luxury liners and popular cabin cruisers. De luxe accommodations; also economy tours on all-expense tickets. Ask at any authorized travel agency or at Los Angeles Steamship Company offices: 730 South Broadway, Los Angeles; 505 Fifth Avenue, New York City; 140 South Dearborn Street, Chicago; 609 Thomas Bldg., Dallas; 685 Market Street, San Francisco; I19 W. Ocean Avenue, Long Beach, Calif.; 217 East Broadway, San Diego, Calif. Yet winter days are warm in Honolulu's almost changeless climate. Within a few hours' voyage are other fascinating islands-Maui, Hawaii and Kauai-where volcanoes alive and dormant, giant tree fern jungles, shaded tropical gardens, sweeping beaches, deep, iridescent canyons and winding motor roads invite one to weeks of roving. Stay for it all! Hawaii is only 2,000 VAII miles (four to six days' delightful voy age) from the Pacific Coast; and all-in clusive tours range upward from $400 or $500 including all steamer fares,hotels and sightseeing, for a month's trip with ADR S two or three weeks ashore. Deluxe ac f commodations, also, equal to those of Europe's most renowned resorts. Any railroad or travel agent can book S@ you direct from home via San y0f/2/# Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle or Vancouver. No passport formali S lties-Hawaii isU.S.A. MATSON LINE from SAN FRANCISCO Sailings every Wednesday and every other Saturday over smooth seas on fast de luxe liners; also popular one-class steamers. Novel entertainment features-glorious fun. Attractive all-expense Island tours. Regular sailings also from Seattle and Portland, Ore. See your travel agency or Matson Line: 215 Market Street, San Francisco; 535 Fifth Avenue, New York; 140 South Dearborn Street, Chicago; 1805 Elm Street, Dallas; 723 Seventh Street, Los Angeles; 1319 Fourth Avenue, Seattle; 82z Fourth Street, Portland. Ore. S......................... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ^ HAWVAII TOURIST BUREAU SAN FRANCISCO: P.O. BOX 3615-LOS ANGELES: P. O. BOX 375--HONOLULU, HAWAII: P. 0 . BOX 2120 Please send me Hawaiibooklet in colors and a copy of" Tourfax" travelguide. 55 Address. Name.