The path she had walked was unmarked for the most part though a small stone path, over grown with plants and moss ran along side the grass and lead, she found, to a large wall that ran as far as her eyes could see. It was taller than she so she could not peer over it and it seemed to be made of flat stone, though creeping vines and thick prickled hedges seemed to have grown wild across it making it impossible to climb. It was impressive though, some parts had thorns as large as her thumb and some vines were as thick and twisted as the chain that held that ship to this land mass.
Briefly she heard someone calling, had another left the ship? Or perhaps they were just shouting from the ship to another on board? Either way she did not pay it any heed, for more pressing to her was the fact a wall usually had a door. Her curiosity peeked she began to follow the wall, walking parallel to it for quite some minutes before the grass gave way to what appeared to be a courtyard. As she had assumed there was indeed a door, the door in question was impressively sized, it looked like they would take at least three people to push them open. If of course they too had not been covered in thick vines, ivy and brambles, they looked intricately carved but from the distance she stood she could not tell with what.
The door likely lead into the city and while that was a compelling enough reason to go back and find the others there was something else that gained her attention. Leading away from the doors, diagonal almost to the wall, was another path that seemed to lead deeper into the garden. It was this path she chose to follow, she would go back, once she had seen all she could see, though she was rather dubious there would be any good reason to do so. The others may have stopped bickering like children by now of course but was there much reason to hope for that?
It certainly was a puzzle, one she would love to figure out and perhaps with the quiet this place afforded her and without the bickering of the others she might well find out what it was about this place and why they were here at all. Of course it was quite assumptive of her to think there was a reason, perhaps there was none? Perhaps someone just grew bored and...however that bought up a point she had yet to think about, while she hummed she unclipped her squeeze box and began to play once again. She remembered speaking to someone and then waking up, those people. People? Yes there were two of them, had not thus far been seen on the ship, or anywhere around the area she had explored. They were distinctive as well, she couldn't quite remember how but she was certain that if she saw them she wasn't going to confuse them with any one else. Where were they and what part did they play in all of this?