Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World - Chapter XXXL-XXXVI Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXXL-XXXVI Summary and Analysis

Twain relates a story about a November 11 train trip in Australia where he met two men in the smoking car. They discuss the hotels in Australia and then the government. They tell him he will like Maryborough.

In Chapter XXXII, Twain travels to Christchurch, which he describes as a very English town. They visited a museum and saw many artifacts and learned about the Maori culture. He also discusses the women suffrage movement and how much it achieved. After four days in Christchurch, the group sails on the Flora from Lyttelton on November 17. The Flora was an overly crowded cattle-scow and Twain spend most of the night on deck. Twain found passage on another boat, the Mahinapua, at the first port. They traveled through the French Pass the next day.

They arrive at the town of Nelson in Chapter...

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