Where do they go in Around the World in 80 Days?

Where do they go in Around the World in 80 Days?


London to Suez, Egypt Rail to Brindisi, Italy, via Turin and steamer (the Mongolia) across the Mediterranean Sea 7 days
San Francisco to New York City, United States Rail 7 days
New York to London, United Kingdom Steamer (the China) across the Atlantic Ocean to Liverpool and rail 9 days
Total 80 days
Map of the trip.

Does Around the World in 80 Days Follow the book?

Yes, Around the World in 80 Days is based on the French adventure novel by Jules Verne, first published in 1872 in the writer’s native language.

Is Around the World in 80 Days a real story?

Around the World in Eighty Days is not based on a true story, it is actually completely fictional.

Where was Aouda in novel?

The daughter of a wealthy Bombay merchant, Aouda is fair-skinned and was raised in an Anglicized part of India where she attended an English school; her appearance, speech, and mannerisms are more European than Indian.

Did Phileas Fogg exist?

While the original novel is a work of fiction, its protagonist Phileas Fogg was actually partially inspired by real-life adventurer William Perry Fogg. American adventurer and author Fogg was born in 1826 and worked as a seller of chinaware before embarking on his famous travels from 1868.

What was Phileas Fogg poisoned with?

In confidence, Passepartout admits that he spiked Fogg’s drink with seeds but the dose he gave is way over what he should have given. The only way to save him now is to make sure Fogg stays awake. In his delirious state, Fogg sees a woman named Estella in Abigail’s place.

Who married Fogg?

Fogg and Aouda get married and it is a wonderful match. The novel ends on a strikingly unique note. A day after Aouda and Fogg’s marriage, Passepartout tells Fogg that they might have completed the journey in 78 days, instead of 80.

Where did Phileas Fogg get his money from?

Phileas Fogg donates his gambling earnings to charity. Of course, it’s not like he really needs the winnings for himself… Spending money like an oddball is bound to make people curious about you.