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The following day Fogg apologises to Aouda for bringing her with him, since he now has to stay in poverty and cannot support her. Aouda confesses that she loves him and asks him to marry her. As Passepartout notifies a minister, he learns that he is mistaken within the date – it's not 22 December, but as an alternative 21 December.Passepartout informs Fogg of his mistake, and Fogg hurries to the Reform Club simply in time to meet his deadline and win the wager. Having spent almost £19,000 of his journey cash during the journey, he divides the remainder between Passepartout and Fix and marries Aouda.Similarities include the hiring of a non-public train and being imprisoned. Train later claimed, "Verne stole my thunder. I'm Phileas Fogg."His trip was sponsored by a Danish newspaper and made on the event of the one hundredth birthday of Jules Verne. The trip was described in the e-book A Boy Scout Around the World. He took the Trans-Siberian Railway and did not go by India.In 1871 appeared Around the World by Steam, by way of Pacific Railway, published by the Union Pacific Railroad Company, and an Around the World in A Hundred and Twenty Days by Edmond Planchut. In early 1870, the Erie Railway Company printed a statement of routes, occasions, and distances detailing a trip across the globe of 23,739 miles in seventy-seven days and twenty-one hours. In 1988, Monty Python alumnus Michael Palin took an identical challenge with out utilizing aircraft as a part of a television travelogue, called Around the World in 80 Days with Michael Palin. In 1928, 15-year-old Danish Boy Scout Palle Huld traveled around the world by prepare and ship in the other way to the one within the guide.Arrived in Simpson Bay on Sint Maarten on 21 January 2012 at roughly three p.m. native time, after a non-cease journey of 5,600 nautical miles (10,400 km; 6,four hundred mi) from Cape Town, thus finishing her full circumnavigation of the world, at the age of sixteen years, 123 days. The novel Around the world in 100 days by Gary Blackwood serves as a sequel to the events in eighty days. The book follows Phileas's son as he tries to journey around the globe by automotive as an alternative of train, therefore the longer time limit. A potential inspiration was the traveller George Francis Train, who made 4 journeys all over the world, including one in 80 days in 1870.