Quettais a location in 80 Days. It is one of the British holdings in Asia, in what is modern-day Pakistan. It is a strategic military town, called a 'cantonment', but it is very much backward and little care is put to ameliorate life for the colonised citizens, or the British, for that matter.
Events[edit | edit source]
Fogg and Passepartout become the guests of one Mrs. Whittington, the wife of the local commissioner who is rather disdainful of Fogg for employing a French valet. The travellers may learn about the uprising of the native Indians in Chittagong around the dinner table.
Market[edit | edit source]
The following items can be bought in the market;
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