Gulliver's Travels

Gulliver hides the identity of his coyntry and poses as hollander at luggnag. Why does he do so. Highlight some point of his character

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Gulliver travels to Luggnagg, posing as a Dutchman on a ship. He says, "I thought it necessary to disguise my Country, and call my self an Hollander, because my Intentions were for Japan, and I knew the Dutch were the only Europeans permitted to enter into that Kingdom." This shows Gulliver to be an expert explorer and savvy traveler.