I hear a burrowing owl letting out its cry. Another one answers, immediately after. Two shapes fly in the darkness, just in front of us, in a wings flutter.
Everything looks terribly unreal. And, in the distance, we all hear some woofs.
"There is a full moon." Dani whispers.
"You don't believe in werewolves, do you?" I pull his leg. "It's only a dog, probably" I say, brash. But, in reality, I don't feel safe at all!
"Guys, it's a folly." Ste says, sitting down on a wall, and rubbing his hands against his jeans.
"It's just like looking for a needle in a haystack! Let's wait for him to come back, instead. He will have to, sooner or later." he jabbers, annoyed by his own breath, that keeps on consending.
"I don't believe he left us standing without a good reason." I point out.
"But it's exactly what he did!"
"It's true, but maybe he just felt like a breath of air, like I did." I answer back.
"Why leaving the hotel, then? Wasn't the balcony enough for him?" Dani underlines.
"I really don't