1 Nov 2011

Part 2 - The Trouble Begins At Eight

From The Trouble Begins at Eight, 12:02 pm on 1 November 2011

The tyranny of distance didn't stop American writer Mark Twain from visiting New Zealand in 1895. He had lectured to packed houses all over the world, but only here were dogs allowed to attend. And some of what passed for hospitality in this country very nearly prevented him from ever leaving again.

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