Radivoje Marković was a legendary Serbian journalist and reporter, and one of most popular Yugoslav radio narrators. Known for his eloquence he covered serious news as well as the sport events, including seven Olympic games. He also wrote books and articles, mostly on sport subjects.
Aloha, Honolulu is a charming travelogue, written by Marković in 1958. It starts with his trip from Copenhagen to California per plane Greenland, with several uncomfortable stops. Upon his arrival the author visited Los Angeles and newly built Disneyland, to which he dedicated the whole chapter. From there he travelled to Hawaii, Australia and Indonesia and from there the journalist returned home through Calcutta and Rome.
Worldcat lists one institutional example (The British Library, St. Pancras).
References: OCLC 562330330.