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You decide to make an excuse and jump ahead in time. “I’d like to do a little trading on my own,” you tell the Polos. ” says Niccolò. “There are brigands who slay unarmed merchants in these parts. It is safest to travel in a large party. ” You do your best to reassure the Polos, and you ask Marco to look after the precious gifts from the pope. When they are out of sight, you jump ahead in time. Jump ahead two months to Kerman. Click here. Jump ahead three months to Hormuz. Click here. 31 Y ou decide to sail to India with the toothless sailor and his cargo of horses.
The girl speaking is one of the loveliest you have ever seen. She has black hair that falls to her waist, and she’s dressed in the embroidered robe of a wealthy Persian. But her eyes are filled with tears. “My name is Yasi,” she tells you. “We were traveling home to Hormuz. I saw you in our caravan. My father has been trying to buy our freedom. ” The saddlebag with the crystal bowl is weighing heavily on your shoulder. ” you ask Yasi. But before she can answer, the bandit strides into the tent and drags her father away.
Calls a merchant from his stall. ” calls another. You’re squatting outside a striped tent in the bustling marketplace of Acre. All around you the dealers are peddling their wares. “Sandalwood! ” Marco Polo? You follow the voice. It’s coming from a man in a rough brown monk’s cowl, and he is hurrying into the striped tent. Inside, a man with stooped shoulders and gray hair is unrolling and piling a cargo of carpets. “Master Marco,” says the monk. “Where are your brothers? A new pope has been elected, and he’s here at Acre!