This is the small town at the Canal in Egypt, which at one time belonged to the British Empire.
This is an island that served as a brief stop for fuel and supplies before the journey continued.
This location has beautiful color and wonderful architecture, which the traveling party ignores and insults.
This location, with all its exotic color and customs, provides the most interesting setting for the changes that occur in Fogg and the introduction of Aouda.
This port is the final stop before Fogg departs by ship, the Rangoon, to the next destination. A problem created in previous locations comes to light in this stop, with a negative resolution.
This is a port in the British Empire, where Fogg and Aouda spend the day seeing the city.
This is an island city off the coast of China that...
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