I inked this one on paper. You can probably tell if you’re paying enough attention.
Anyway, Gulliver – being the wildly irresponsible father and terrible husband that he is – instantly hops onto another boat and sails off for another year-long excursion, simply because he has a lust for adventure. Jerk. Eventually his boat finds the island of the giant guys with the name I can’t spell. It starts with a “B.” A small group paddles to shore to explore, and while Gulliver is admiring the local fauna, the other sailors totally ditch him and head back to the ship. It really isn’t – as Nicholle notes – very cool. Still, they had a pretty good reason, what with the sixty-foot dude standing by the beach. I’d probably flee in terror too.
If you’re curious, the scale on the Island That Starts With B is roughly 10 to 1, as opposed to Lilliput’s 1 to 12. That said, Swift’s text isn’t nearly as accurate to that calculation as it was in the first part.