The Last Voyage Of Sindbad And Sailor

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Sindbad travelled peacefully for a couple of weeks, but one day, while they ship crew and Sindbad were sailing in China Sea. A violet wind struck the ship, drenching them with torrents of rain. As Sindbad and the crew prayed to Allah to protect them from the storm and what is going to happen. The crew his covered their equipment to save it from getting ruined. As the captain stared at Sindbad and the crew with expression of blank despair, beat his face and plucked the hairs of his beard. "Pray to Allah," the captain cried, "that He may save us from the peril into which we have fallen!" As the captain opened one of his cabin chests and took from it a small cotton bag filled with ashlike powder. He sprinkled some of the powder over the water. The captain said they are approaching Realm of kings. Suddenly the ship was tossed high up and then disappeared.
With Allah's help Sindbad clung to a piece of wood which had fallen from lost vessels. As mighty waves took have for nights and days till he reached island that has fruits, which he took as supplies and continued his journey. He has found a tree which he cut a used it as ship. Sindbad suddenly been caught by net. Old man took Sindbad. The old men took care of Sindbad till he got his health back. The old man took Sindbad to the baths of the city, where he was washed with perfumed water. Then the old man took Sindbad to his house. The host left Sindbad in noble chamber, with number of slaves to help him. The kind old man entertained Sindbad in this fashion for three days. When Sindbad recovered completely the old man visited him in the chamber and started conservation. Just before leaving the room, he turned and said: "if you wish to sell your merchandise, my friend, I will gladly come down with you to the market-place."
Sindbad sold his merchandise which was a piece of wood that he came with it. The item was sold in a bid for eleven hundred dinars. One day while...

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