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Sindbad the Sailor

Summary: Sindbad the Sailor is a tail within the Arabian Nights. A collection of Persian, Arabian and Indian folk tales handed down through several centuries.
In this story Sindbad's father died and left Sindbad with a lot of money. Right away Sindbad spent it all. He borrowed money from some friends, with which he bought goods. He then went to sea, hoping to make a profit. He left from Balsora, a port on the Persian Gulf; he eventually landed on some islands and sold the goods. One day the wind dropped and the ship could not go anywhere. There was a small island close by so Sindbad and some other went ashore. The island turned out to be a whale and everyone but Sindbad jumped. They were rescued while was Sindbad was left behind. He grabbed some driftwood and floated for a day and a night. He landed on an island and soon recovered. He explored the island and found a nice horse. Then he found the grooms of the nice horse...

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