We have arrived near our destination, but though the way in is clear, we won’t rush.
The Captain put us on our guard earlier this morning. When we had the whole archipelago in view, certain areas glowed brightly in the dark. Very ominous.
The largest island and home to our next port of call looked normal.
We were still the only vessel plying the waters. On our first peek into the harbor, we could see several ships moored at the docks. And no signs of activity.
The Captain ordered the anchor down in the roads. He wants to wait to see if a pilot boat comes out. He’ll send Tomas in tomorrow.
Elijah and I want to accompany him ashore.