Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World - Chapter XXV-XXX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXV-XXX Summary and Analysis

On October 25, they made a rail trip to Bendigo, a gold and quartz mining city. Bendigo produced more gold than Ballarat did. A Mr. Blank made his stay enjoyable as the city gave him a tour and allowed him to take part in specials. They talk about a Mark Twain Cub at Corrigan Castle in Ireland. Mr. Blank had been its first president and they had corresponded by mail, although they had never met. The club had made so many demands on Twain that he had stopped opening their mail. Mr. Bland confesses that he was the only member.

In Chapter XXVI, Twain's group visits several more Australian towns and then goes to New Zealand, which is twelve to thirteen hundred mikes away. He relates what he learned about New Zealand from talking to a professor years ago.

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