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every island they stopped at. Here they had to choose whether to trust or not to trust these people, and use some form of communication to get across to them. Both voyages faces some people that graciously traded with them and helped continue their journey. While also both voyages came in contact with some people that weren’t so helpful and wanted to have war like violence because they were seen as a threat. Both voyages had to figure out ways of efficient 1
Culpeppertrade, communication, and even body language to successfully encounter these new people as well as fighting winning and loosing along the way. Trade was another similarity between the voyages while also a huge difference. Both Magellan and Drake has to trade things such as people, food, and cargo to continue their journey. The voyages were such a journey the crews ran out of necessary things such as water, food, and oils to cook with. While exploring they came across people that had never seen some of the items they did have, and traded them for useful things such as food, clean water, and even silk. However, after doing my research and reading both accounts of the voyages, it seems that Magellan did more trading item for item and sacrificing things while Sir Francis Drake