National Geographic : 1935 Oct
FUI|NESS W HEN you're aboard a ship two weeks or more-then you really appreciate service, food, atmosphere I That'swhy on a long voyage you'll be glad you're travel ing Furness. Every day you'll be glad to go down to meals, glad of the British way of running a ship, particularly glad that your cabin steward has had long English training. to SOUTH AMERICA, via Furness Prince Line. 13 days to Rio! The four "Princes," brilliant motorships built recently, offer the fastest time by sea to Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo, and Buenos Aires. Noth ing but first-class accommodations, with Fur ness traditions of service and seamanship. Sailings every fortnight from New York with call at Trinidad on return voyage. "Northern Prince," "Southern Prince," "Eastern Prince," "Western Prince." to the WEST INDIES, via West Indies Line. Cruises of 22-25 days to 14 glamorous islands of the "Little West Indies" and De merara, S. A . Real Furness luxury on famous cruise ships. Sailings fortnightly from New York. $150.00 up. Apply to your local TRAVEL AGENT or nearest FURNESS office. New York, 84 Whitehall St. or 6)4Fifth Ave. Also Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia,Detroit. Baltimore, Norfolk. War Dance in Zululand Just one of a thousand thrilling sights you'll see on this 95-day cruise to 23 ports of the Medi terranean, East and South Africa, South America, and the West Indies. From New York Jan. 25 on the Empress of Australia. $1350 up (rooms with bath $2350 up), including standard shore programme. See YOUR OWN TRAVEL AGENT or QMawiM~a The Bushmen-or "Quakulk," as an Arabic geographer called them-and the Hotten tot, both fast disappearing races, are interesting subjects of study for the visitor to South Africa. There are also the mysterious Zimbabwe Ruins-a world riddle, and the scene of some of Rider Haggard's fascinating novels. Rich historical associations also abound in the beautiful cities of SCapetown, Pretoria, Bloemfontein. S Durban, and elsewhere in the "Sunny The Bushmen Sub-Continent." lived in bush-hid den caves, their South Africa is fertile ground for the only weapon the student as well as for the tourist in search bow and arrow, of glorious travel thrills. Modern trans portation, good hotels, and a charming * climate make touring in South Africa a genuine delight. Forfull information Come to call or write to Thos.Cook&Sn-Waeo. s. New York.N.T, o uy of their branch prices; or any of theather nlditourit A RIC the wol R "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."