The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor: Who Drifted on a Life Raft for Ten Days Without Food or Water, Was Proclaimed a Nati... - Chapter 13: Six Hundred Men Take Me to San Juan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13: Six Hundred Men Take Me to San Juan Summary and Analysis

The man returned with the black girl who was his girlfriend. The man asked Luis if he could walk. Luis stood but the man caught him as he started to fall. The man and girl lifted Luis onto the donkey. Luis asked for some coconut milk but the man said he didn't have a machete. Luis saw a machete on the man's belt. Later, he learned that the man had talked to others who told him not to let Luis eat or drink anything until a doctor examined him. A short while later, they arrived at a house. A woman spoon fed him some boiled water with cinnamon. He told them his story and was surprised that none of them had heard that he was...

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