This is one of the items that the passengers are asked to bring with them to keep the sun and sand out of their eyes in the Syrian desert.
These items are first introduced in Gibraltar, where it was fashionable to wear them to the theater.
Highlighted in Athens, Twain and his friends sneak ashore from their quarantined boat and discover these in every field.
This is an item Twain brings with him because it is very difficult to find.
Twain is very shocked at the lack of privacy and modesty in such a place, which is muddy, stinky, and very strange.
This is a smoking apparatus used to smoke fruit and other natural things.
Nearly every place the excursionists visit has a set of these.
This is the holiest place of Christianity in Jerusalem, where the...
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