The Great Railway Bazaar: By Train Through Asia - Chapter 13, 14 and 15, pp. 146- 164 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, 14 and 15, pp. 146- 164 Summary and Analysis

Chap. 13- Further south, wild black children jump on the train to get water and jump off. The author is fed but is hot. Outside the window, he sees almost-naked people among irrigated fields. Next day a Buddhist monk stops by for water and is an American. The monsoon has not arrived here yet, and there is a water shortage. The train follows a track almost along the beach which is exciting. The end of the line is the town of Rameswaram, home of a large Indian temple and the so-called Tomb of Cain and Abel. The author next takes a three-hour ferry trip to Talaimannan on the Northern point of the island of Ceylon.

Chap. 14- It is raining at Talaimannan Station. The sleeper car is wooden, and the rice fields look like they...

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