The Indians attacked the Spaniards in the fields full of locusts, which flew in the face of the Spaniards, when they approached, so it was difficult to distinguish from the arrows flying locusts - and they both were equally numerous. The Spaniards again suffered heavy losses: seven killed and sixty wounded, including Grijalva himself afflicted with three arrows and lost two teeth; but this time the Indians fled. The Spaniards occupied the city and stayed there for three days, and then moved on. Now they sailed only during the day, getting up at night to anchor, because they were afraid to descend into the darkness on the sandbanks that ran for miles from the coast.
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