National Geographic : 1929 Mar
* * * * radiate health, joy, and happi ness throughout South Africa while the bitter cold of late winter drives you indoors at home. is truly a year-round travel land . . . climate always invigorating . . . a land of glorious sunshine, romance, mystery, and wonder . . . a land of warmth, of beauty, of glorious flowers and luxuriant fruits . . . a land of comfort, gaiety, and sport, where ma jestic scenery and age-old mysteries thrill you. It is the only place in the world where you see The Mighty Drakensberg Acres of Diamonds. Mountains. 7000-feet-deep Gold Mines. Majestic Victoria Falls. Mysterious Zimbabwe Ruins. Speedy, Preening Os- The Magic Cango Caves. triches. Barbaric Bantu War Kruger Big Game Dances. Preserve. Quaint, Colorful Kaffir Glorious Cape Peninsula. Kraals. If sports interest you, enjoy surf bath ing on unrivaled sea beaches-sea angl ing from rock-bound coasts for the finest sporting fish of the world-trout fishing in Golden Rivers-the angler's paradise golf on sporty courses midst near-by towering mountains-year-round outdoor tennis on fast, true, antheap courts. You travel on comfortable railroads or along fine motor roads with modern hotels to rest in. Write for Booklet OD-i and fully illustrated travel literature to SOUTH AFRICAN TRAVEL BUREAU Room 657, 11 Broadway, New York City !a -v No field of travel is more interesting to Americans than the East Coast route which leads northward from London to bonnie Scotland. As you reach the borderline the shades of the past seem to lift and reveal Scottish history in all its vividness. Edinburgh, the mediaeval and heroic, scene of a thousand fights, harmonizes delightfully with the Edinburgh of today. Mighty Stirling commemorates the triumph of Robert the Bruce. Fortress, like Glamis with its secret doors and ghostly legends. Selkirk's fatal field. Abbotsford, the Stratford of the North. Balmoral, Highland home of Royalty; Glasgow, St. Andrews and the world renowned Trossachs. The land of the Bonnie Prince, Robert Burns, Mary Queen of Scots and Wallace will more than repay a visit, for Scotland thrillsand refreshes. Intensely inter esting trips can be arrangedat moderate expense. Write for free, illustrated Booklet No. 70, specially prepared for American visitors. H. J . KETCHAM, General Agent 311 Fifth Ave., New York London and North Eastern Railway OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."