The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 60 Summary

The four quarantine "escapees" are told one morning that they have to hurry and get back on board the Quaker City because it will leave in just a few hours. They are sorry to leave Spain. Back on the ship, Twain tells a humorous story of a time earlier on the ship when he complained to the cook that the coffee was too weak. He said it got weaker and weaker every day. Then one day he brought it to the captain. The captain took a sip and told Twain that it was tea. After that, Twain complained a lot less.

They travel at sea for a long time and are finally welcome in Bermuda for a short stay without quarantine. They enjoyed themselves and made a few more friends before shipping off once again. Just before they reached home, there was an...

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