Several carts, pulled by oxen, slowly make their way towards Sippar. You soon see the city walls and waving goodbye to your new friends, run ahead to the gate. Although you are covered in dust and dirt from your journey a young boy recognises you and runs to tell your father.

Your father is shocked to see you. He expected you to return much later and with the merchant Iddin-Sin. He listens to an account of your adventures. At first he is cross that you didn't stay with Iddin-Sin but finally smiles and laughs. You have learnt so much that he is pleased even if you will need to go on another journey to discover about the life of a merchant.