National Geographic : 1927 May
MYSTICJAPAN OU step right S into another world the moment you board a Canadian Pacific "Empress" at Vancouver or Victoria, Cares left behind... lilting music, an inviting swimming pool... the joy of an exceptional cuisine and service. 10 days! And you are in Japan. Doll-like ladies in butterfly dress... a temple containing 33,000 Buddhas;pagodas ... graceful, curling, imaginative! You can't resist the shopkeepers' smiles... nor their fans, silks and lacquers. Shanghai and Hong Kong ... Tinkling bells, temples of blue and torch-lit boats. And Manila! .. .Where tropi cal night finds the old Spanish city in soft shadows...while noon day riots in exotic color. To Yokohama in 10 days Then on to China and Manila by largest and fastest ships on the Pacific. Always carry CANADIAN PAnc IrEXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUES Canadian Pcific Offices in all large cities, including NewYork-344 Madison Ave.;Chicago-71 East Jackson;San Francisco-675 Market St.; Montreal-141 St. James Street this SUMMER in * Hawali Murmur of rippling waves in your ears as you wake. Cool breeze stirring palms outside your win dow. Golden dawn on clouds and flashing sea. A new day-in Hawaii-and you keen for adventure. A dash into the tingling surf puts you on edge. Golden papaya or juicy pineapple and Hawaiian coffee for breakfast. How fresh and clean the air! What to do? Golf in color-splashed Nuuanu Valley? A motor trip mountainward to wind-swept Pali, or around the island? Shopping in Oriental bazaars? A bout with an outrigger canoe? Day dreaming under a shady hau tree? Or by steamer through island channels to Hawaii's volcanic Na tional Park; and to Maui or Kauai? These and a hundred others for your choosing. You'll want all the time you can spare, but 4 or 5 weeks and $400 to $500 from the Pacific Coast will do it. You'll enjoy the calm voyage, 5 or 6 days direct to Honolulu from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, or Vancouver, B. C . No pass ports, interpreters or red tape-Hawaii is U. S . soil, a full-fledged Territory. For illustrated, descriptive information ask your nearest railway, steamship or travel agent, or write now HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU 212 McCANN BLDG., 451 MONTGOMERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO or 341 FORT ST., HONOLULU, HAWAII, U. S. A. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."