After the wind storm, Odysseus' ship landed on telepylos ( the land of the Laestrgonians ). Three men went to explore, but sadly got eaten by the Laestrgonian king! As the other Greeks ran for their ships the Laestrgonians smashed 11 of them. Odysseus helps as many men onto his ship as possible and is gone in a flash.
The Island of the Sirens
After landing on Circe's Island, Aeaea, a couple of Odesseus' men go look for food and water. They suddenly run into Circe, who turns them into pigs because of trespassing. Odysseus found out and luckily runs into Hermes. Hermes gives Odysseus a magic flower to protect him from Circe's spell along with some advice. Later, Odysseus conversates with Circe which concludes in Odysseus needing to go to the underworld and look for Tiresias.
Scylla and Charybdis
Odysseus and his men head for the underworld. Once they got there Odysseus heads in alone. On the search for Tiresias, he has too sacrifice an ewe and a lamb, whilst fighting off other spirits. Eventually he finds Tiresias and takes notes on how to get home. On his way out of the underworld he sees his mums spirit. After talking to his mum and asking some question he heads home.
Once close to the Island of the Sirens, Odysseus remembered Circe's advice. He put beeswax in the Oarsman's ears so he could not me captured by the singing. He also had to tie the oarsman to the mast off the ship if he wished to listen, these instructions were put to use straight away. The other men could not untie him until they were passed the island.
After making his decision to either lose six men or all his men and his ship ( he choose to go past the Scylla and lose six men ). However the clever Odysseus out smarted the Scylla and tricked him. He threw a piece of lamb up to the Scylla which kept him occupied as Odysseus and his men Quietly went through and made their way to their next destination.
Odysseus disguises himself at first, then he tells his son ( who keeps it a secret for a bit ). Odysseus is found out by the suitors after he was the only one to pass the challenge, so he killed all the suitors, got the maid to clean them up then hung them. Penelope knew it could be him, but asked him a question only he would know. That is the end of Odysseus' story.