National Geographic : 1932 Feb
Hawaii has no word for "weather SO EVEN TEMPERED is this Hawaiian sun, so little change in seasons the native language has no word for "weather." Spring will describe almost any month in Hawaii. The indolent Hawaiian sun seems content in its flowers and fruits and forgets all about the seasons. All year through you'll see it paint rainbows in lao Valley and snatch back rain before it reaches the ground. See it blazing the crimson blos soms of the royal flame tree. See it ripening mangoes and guava and sparkling the snow on Mauna Kea's volcanic mountain. See it bronzing swimmers as they squander days at Waikiki or Kailua. Introduce yourself to Hawaii's sun this Spring.Plan to stay for the Spring Festival, April 6-9, and Lei Day on May Day (1st). Rest tired eyes in the eternal greenness of these Pacific isles. Let them sparkle with the color of a million flowers. Come join in their "luaus"(native feasts), golf in tropical settings, cruise by water or by air to Kauai, Maui, and Hawaii. New Low Fares April 1 You can comfortably make the round trip from the Pacific Coast, all expenses included, for less than $300. And you can pleasantly crowd Hawaii into a three weeks trip. A letter will bring interesting proof. HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU OF HONOLULU, HAWAII, U. S . A. 225-C BUSH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO The Hawaii Tourist Bureau will, upon request, mail you FREE, authoritative informationabout the Islands, costs, what to see and do, etc. Forspecialbooklet, illustratedin full color, with picture maps, send i oc to defray cost of handling.