Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World - Chapter LXIII-LXXI Summary & Analysis

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Chapter LXIII-LXXI Summary and Analysis

Twain describes Port Louis as having good roads. Law is basically by custom. The town was damaged by a cyclone in 1892 and is described by Twain as being a combination of park and garden. Mauritius is pleasant, but he considers the Sandwich Islands to be the best tropical location.

In Chapter LXIV, Twain describes the Arundel Castle as a good ship but complains about the beds. They sail part the Isle de Bourbon on May 2. There are fifteen or twenty Africanders on board. They all pass the time by telling stories. The ship arrives in Delagoa Bay, Mozambique on May 4. They go on shore but there are only three rickshas and they were private and not available to rent. They resume their journey and arrive in Durban, South Africa on May 6.

In Chapter LXV, Twain is staying at the...

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