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Log 7: Mogadishu, Ancient Africa
The Green Eyebrow’s last stop has finally arrived, though it’s only the second to last stop for Gab and I’s trip. If the sand in Aden burned, the sand of Africa was blistering, though it was thankfully more patchy with grasslands sprinkled around. We said our goodbyes to the Treasure fleet before making our way into yet another famous trading city ...
Passing through a port city not far north from where we'd just departed, the mainland city of Malindi stood out against the bay. I longed to touch down and see what that had to offer, but schedules were to be followed and deliveries to be made. I watched one city disappear and only days later watch another grow larger and larger in the distance. Then there was Mogadishu. Our dhow docked in the city ...
Our caravan group has now traveled across the Red Sea, sailed a little bit into the Indian Ocean, and has reached Somalia. We arrived here via dhows. The caravan has split in half with one half continuing on land routes and the other half pursuing Indian Ocean Trade. Ibn Jafar has told me that this is the first time he has chosen to pursue A fellow traveler told me that this dhow in particular was fairly large compared to most dhows but it had two features ...
... the phone never rang. However as in the tradition of the movie (Ground Hog's Day) the song I Got You Babe played every morning that we circled off the coast. We were there for 90 days without touching land. That's right sailors, we got two consecutive beer days! For the rest of you, don't ...
November 14th, 1421 I have heard word the Mogadishu was a big city with great riches and fine fabrics. I have not yet been disappointed with my travels and I hope not to be now. Now that we are in the city it truly is a great city! Prosperity flourishes! The Sultan has many officials at his service at ...