Only a few ships are tied up in this port. From early on it was warm and humid, building to hot and oppressive by the end of the day. Life moves at a snail’s pace in consequence.
Though we have been here for some time, we are still waiting for men and equipment to begin the unloading process.
Tomas and P have been ashore twice to see the port authority. On the first attempt they were not even given an audience. And on the second, though they saw the head man himself, they were dismissed until later this evening.
The pair did look around the docks, and P even ventured into the city.
As Elijah knew beforehand, P brought word.