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her instinct ; but later as she met him day after day at meals, as they walked together on the deck of the Santa Perpetua, because, neither of them having anything to do, they were perforce thrown together more than was usual in such circumstances, she began to treat him as she might have treated any young man of his age whom she met at Camfield.
It was impossible to talk all the time of ponderous and dull things such as war and national enmities ; and instead, because they were both young, they talked of life and of living, and of all the things that interested them both.
Don Miguel was a fine horseman and Lizbeth had ridden since she could walk and loved horses almost more than anything else in life. From being stiff and resentful in Don Miguel's company Lizbeth began to look forward to the times when they could be together.
When they were in harbour, except for meals, he was confined to his cabin and had a guard at the door ; but when they were at sea he had the freedom of the ship, for Rodney knew it was impossible for him to escape. And so they talked, Lizbeth and the young Spaniard, sometimes in English and sometimes in Spanish, and occasionally they would try their French and Latin together, laughing over each other's mistakes.
The harbour where Rodney examined the cargo was too near to the Panama Isthmus for it to be safe to linger there for more than a few days, so with the native seamen aboard they set off down the coast, finding it more than beautiful, mile by mile.
There were great forests stretching away as far as the eye could see, with rich tropical vegetation from which, when they went ashore, Lizbeth obtained many of the herbs she required for the wounded men. There were turtles' eggs, coconuts, plantains, bananas and pineapples to be found ; and they cooked and salted a turtle which was surprisingly pleasant to eat. There were other things, too, which were brought aboard which made the food on the first part of their voyage from England seem only a bad dream.
Pheasants flourished in great profusion on the Darien coast. They passed the port where Drake had landed and which

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