When he woke and tried to get up, he found his arms tied down and could not get up.
He pulled sharply at his left arm and was able to get it free, but his efforts didn't help, for soon after 100 arrows were shot at his arm by miniature people. The little people tried to communicate with him, and succeeded in calming him down by offering food. They were amazed at how much he could eat. After three barrels of wine, they had no more to give. This would create a problem because a famine would soon ensue. They couldn't kill him, for it would leave an unbearable smell.
The next night, the little people drugged Gulliver with hogsmead. They drove over a vehicle outstandingly engineered by 500 men: “It was a frame of wood raised three inches from the ground, about seven feet long, and four wide, moving upon twenty-two wheels.”900 of their strongest men loaded him onto the giant cart so he could be shipped to the capital. Gulliver awoke and realized he was no longer in the small town he was accustomed to. There were much larger buildings and people wore nicer clothes.