National Geographic : 1933 Oct
STHE talk of the travel world! "Mariposa," "Monterey" and "Lurline," * great, new American ships. Youthful Hawaii S -jewel of the Pacific. The combination that is making travel take on new life. There's something about this voyage diffi O cult to put into words-like the sparkle of champagne and the glow it sends through S you. You'll discover it even in such prosaic guise as food. A cuisine that pampers the ' < palate (and creates new honors for chefs) presented by a staff so skilled, so numerous, 4 D, five hundred may be served as easily as five. S A fine perfection of knowing-how-to-please, . you'll find all about you, multiplying pleas ures by pleasures, making days seem like __ hours you wish could be weeks. a- If you're interested in new ways of living, 2 playing and resting; if you appreciate pastel skies, tropic sunshine and an island-garden ry cabins, of flowers girdled with satin-smooth waves; ns, broad -then follow summer to Hawaii, where a stcomfort year is "twelve times May." At a cost that Famed for > won't make you budget-conscious. n itinerary ites of our ^1 .i than ever, .37 Days NEW ZEALAND * AUSTRALIA !9 Lands individually D via Hawaii,Samoa, Fiji am under our $500. Travel cultivated-to-its-zenith by the distin a guished "Mariposa" and "Monterey." New, unsurpassed speed, service and luxury to * new frontiers. New Zealand barely 15 days away, Australia a brief 18 days. Low fares lZ and All-expense tours make dollars work like dervishes. Details at all travel agencies or * CALIFORNIA > New York Chicago *San Francisco *Los Angeles Seattle Portland "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."