National Geographic : 1927 Sep
JAPAN BUDDHIST temples and Shinto shrines. Swinging lanterns... incense rising to the stars... sacred sake in a lacquered cup. It's Japan! The mystic, inscrutable Orient... all that you dreamed it to be! You fill your heart with the color and life ... all the tiny spaces in your trunk with exquisite things bought for a song.., and with a smile. Porcelains and prints; ki monos and curios! Countless little scenes and episodes, too.., such pleasant memo ries to share with others. You cross the Pacific in 10 days on palatial Express Liners... luxurious floating hotels, the choice of the travelwise! The largest and fastest ships on the Pacific...they sail frequently from Vancouver via Victoria to Japan... then to Shanghai and Hong Kong, the crossroads of the East. And on to Manila... a brilliant patchwork of mediaeval moats, monasteries and palaces, of languorous beauty under a tropical sun. Always Carry CanadianPacific Express Travelers Cheques Offices in all large cities, including New York, 344 Madison Ave. Chicago, 71 East Jackson San Francisco, 675 Market St. Montreal, 141 St. James St. AsCANADI PACIFIC TIHE WORLD'S GREATEST TRAVEL SYSTEM SCR.UISEOF1928. SOUTH AMERICA j' | FRICA 4g MEDITERRANEAN " EUROPE ' S 97 Days of Magnificent Travel Ex- 4 * perience By the Luxurious Oil Burning Turbine Steamer S "VOLENDAM" 1 ( Feb. 4, 1928 from New York 0 S The great adventure-cruise, un S surpassed in genuine interest 4 0 and fascination of the unusual; < * visiting 23 ports and numerous , 4 inland points in 14 different 4 * countries. a4 West Indies, Brazil,Uruguay, * SArgentine, Wonder-lands of South and EastAfrica, Egypt, 04 Italy, the Riviera, Gibraltar, ' France,England,Holland. * Greatest cruising comfort, in a comparable cuisine and service. 4 Delightful diversion; compre- . hensive shore excursions. S Entirechargeof theshore arrange- 4 a ments for the Cruise has been , * placed in the hands of Thos. Cook x 4 &' Son, the only Travel Agency n S having a complete chainofperma- * 4 nent offices in South Africa. o o For choice selection of accommoda S tions, early reservations are suggested. 0 Illustrated booklet "1-A" giving full o 4 particulars will be sent on request. 4 4 HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE S21-24 State Street, New York STHOS. COOK & SON 4 o 585 Fifth Ave.,or 253 Broadway, New York _ 4 Offices and agencies in all 1, )principal cities ^f!Ss^^, ^r^ B "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."