Journey to the Naqsái Lands
29 Dohála 2371
We were told that the villages continued along the beaches, interrupted by occasional ruins. The villages are located near rivers that run down to the sea, so fresh water shouldn’t be a problem for quite some time. The weather was fine with a light wind. The sailors spent the day working the deck with holey stones. Small boats pulled alongside us with trade goods. I bought some unusual fruit that grew on trees in the interior lands. They were yellow and green striped with a rind that resembled a melon. Inside the fruit was divided into many small sections.