How he was to get rid of them Tarzan could not imagine unless he accompanied them upon the weary march back to the east coast
, a march that would necessitate his once more retracing the long, weary way he already had covered towards his goal, yet what else could be done?
They say that this is only the fag-end of the storm that we are getting here, and that it's been raging for nearly twenty-four hours on the east coast
. I doubt whether the Harwich boat will be able to put off."
He has some houses in remote parts of London, and some houses in certain watering-places on the east coast
, which are shown to be advancing in public repute.
Dear royal, glorious little dog, buried at sea off the east coast
He managed to keep up on deck as far as the Downs, where, giving his orders in an exhausted voice, he anchored for a few hours to send a wire to his wife and take aboard a North Sea pilot to help him sail the ship up the east coast
. He had not felt equal to the task by himself, for it is the sort of thing that keeps a deep-water man on his feet pretty well night and day.
I took my way straight for the east coast
of the island, for I was determined to go down the sea side of the spit to avoid all chance of observation from the anchorage.
Skirting along the north coast of Sicily, passing through the group of Aeolian Isles, in sight of Stromboli and Vulcania, both active volcanoes, through the Straits of Messina, with "Scylla" on the one hand and "Charybdis" on the other, along the east coast
of Sicily, and in sight of Mount Etna, along the south coast of Italy, the west and south coast of Greece, in sight of ancient Crete, up Athens Gulf, and into the Piraeus, Athens will be reached in two and a half or three days.
On the 20th of July, 1866, the steamer Governor Higginson, of the Calcutta and Burnach Steam Navigation Company, had met this moving mass five miles off the east coast
But that it was not the east coast
of Africa he was equally positive, for he felt satisfied that the Kincaid had not passed through the Mediterranean, the Suez Canal, and the Red Sea, nor had she had time to round the Cape of Good Hope.
"I can believe now that you are not of Caspak," he admitted, "for no Caspakian would have permitted such an opportunity to escape him." This, however, I found later to be an exaggeration, as the tribes of the west coast and even the Kro-lu of the east coast
are far less bloodthirsty than he would have had me believe.
It was Lord Tennington's plan to cruise through the Mediterranean, and the Red Sea to the Indian Ocean, and thus down the East Coast
, putting in at every port that was worth the seeing.
On the east coast
the natives, as we have seen, have guanaco cloaks, and on the west they possess seal-skins.