National Geographic : 1933 Dec
A port in paradise S Paradise? Well, Honolulu's modern buildings... her splendid hotels and golf courses are not expected in Sthe usual picture ofatropi cal paradise. Hawaiiisvery Yet.., if you were in Hawaii tonight.. standing watching the sea... you might swear that here is a paradise, a paradise of forgetfulness. No more than an evening breeze would see to that-with its potent mix ture of the tang of the sea, the spice of ginger blossoms, the hushed heart-beat of native music. You wouldn't be able to remember the little cares and worries that you left back there on the mainland-away back there across the blue Pacific. Winterfares are low From Pacific Coast ports to Hawaii, First Class as low as $110, Cabin Class $75 and up. See your local travel agent or write ... HawaiiTourist Bureau 1523 RUSS BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO The Hawaii Tourist Bureau will, on request, mail you FREE, authoritative information about the Islands... For a special booklet on Hawaii, illustrated, with picture maps, send 10. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." PRESS OF JUDO & DETWEILER,INC. WASHINGTON, D. C.