National Geographic : 1926 Sep
Take a South Sea Honeymoon A this autumn , Grow oung again 0 i m HAWAII Even if it's a few years past due-no matter! Shake off the clutches of the work aday world! Come where these islands of Hawaii sun themselves in the blue Pacific by day and the Southern Cross shines in a perfumed night. Where warm silken waves call insistently. Where you, growing staid in business, will live the dreams that should never have been put away. Less than a week direct from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle or Vancouver, and you're here. Four or five weeks gives you a comfort able round trip, with time for golf, tennis, inter island cruising, hiking, swimming and outrigger canoeing at Waikiki to your heart's content days of resting! $400 to $500 covers all steamer fares, hotels, sightseeing, the Volcano trip to Hawaii National Park. Accommodations ample, comfortable. Another vast hotel at Waikiki; another great liner building. Book through your own local railway, steamship or travel agent. Write today for illustrated booklet describing Hawaii, in colors. HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU 212 MCCANN BLDG. ,SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 'OR 341 FORT STREET, HONOLULU, HAWAII, U. S. A. "The Sunshine Belt to the Orient" uuaoor .nrnese (aje Orient Round the World combining the only fortnightly service Round the World with the fastest service to the Orient Visit Honolulu, Japan, China, Manila, Malaya, Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, France, Boston, New York, Havana, Panama Canal, Los Angeles and San Francisco. 22 ports in 14 countries. Strange peoples, rare beauties, reminders of an ancient civilization, mysticism, charm. Stopover where you like for two weeks, four weeks or longer, continuing on anothership exactly like the one on which you departed. At all ports, however, there is time for sight seeing during the ship's scheduled stay. And on your trip enjoy the luxury and com fort ofa magnificent President Liner--broad of beam, steady and comfortable. Outside rooms with beds, not berths. Commodious and beautifully appointed. A world-famous cuisine. The entire trip-transportation, accommo dations, meals for the 110-day circuit of the world costs little if any more than you spend at home. It may be made for as little as $11.37 per day. A sailing every Saturday from San Francisco (every two weeks from Boston and New York). Likewise a sailing every 12 days from Seattle direct to the Orient without call at Honolulu. Complete informationfrom your local steamship or railroadticket agent or Dollar Steamship Line Admiral Oriental Line 604 Fifth Avenue, New York 25 Broadway, New York 32 Broadway, New York Robert Dollar Building, San Francisco 1519 Railroad Avenue, South, Seattle "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."