When Captain Tiyago arrived with a young man who was obviously mourning his clothes, he immediately greeted the guests and turned himself in to the priests.
The priests, especially Father Damaso, were shocked to learn that the young man was.
The Captain introduced the young man as the son of his ruined friend Don Rafael Ibarra.
For seven years the noble young man in Europe had studied only to arrive.
Ibarra accidentally introduced himself as Juan Crisostomo Ibarra y Translate at the same time, a tradition he learned in Germany.
But Father Damaso refused to reach out and instead turned his back on Ibarra.
Meanwhile, the Engineer approached Ibarra and thanked his safe arrival. He also praised the kindness of Ibarra's father for making him feel good about the young man. Padre Damaso secretly looked at the Engineer as if it was a threat and the Engineer had concluded his conversation with Ibarra.
At lunchtime, Captain Tinin invited Ibarra to lunch the next day but the young man politely declined because he was on his way to San Diego that day.
Captain Tinong is a close friend of Captain Tiyago and also a friend of Ibarra's father.
Tidy - luxurious
Participate - participate
Broken - turned
Observer - observer
Starring - introducing
Confused - confused
Injured - in black It's been a long time
Recovered - lost
Stunned - silent
Disappear - abolish