National Geographic : 1932 Apr
ONG after the strains ofAlohaOehave 21 faded across Hono lulu harbor you'll re member the gorgeous fnr I coloroffragrant flower leis that greeted you... and bid you goodbye.... Truly this is a fascinating land. One that has charmed visitors since the first ship came. We quote from a recent issue of the New York World-Telegram: "The simple, friendly spirit of its early people still hovers over this gentle land, and the glowing Hawaiian moon still rises over the purple heights of Diamond Head, beglamouring those who come un der its spell. "Kamaaina (old-timer), malahini (newcomer)-both hold aloft the Kukui lorious days ess than $300* torch to that phrase of Mark Twain ... 'no other land could so beseechingly haunt me ... its balmy airs are always blowing, its summer seas flashing in the sun; the pulsing of its surfbeat is in myears. I see its garlanded crags, its plumy palms drows ing by the shore; in my nostrils still lives the breath of flowers that perished twenty years ago.' Hawaii's friendly spirit, her gracious hospitality is told and marveled at by every traveler that touches her shore. *Less Than $300 All expenses, including comfortable accom modations ashore and afloat for a three weeks round-trip from the Pacific Coast, need be no more than $290. A letter or a wireless phone call to our Honolulu headquarters will bring proof. HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU (HONOLULU, HAWAII, U. S. A.) 225-C BUSH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO The Hawaii Tourist Bureau will, upon request, mail you FREE, authoritativeinformation about the Islands. For a special booklet on Hawaii, illustratedin full color, with picture maps, send i oc to defray cost of handling.