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Tamara was right to say
that it was more a bar then a club, but the music was so loud that we
couldn't hear each other talking without being two centimeters from
mouth to ear and the smoke was so thick they I doubted the law
against cigarette in public place ever reached this corner of the
city. I wasn't used to smoke, my mother didn't smoke and I was
coughing, it was disgusting.
But that wasn't what
worried me the most as I followed Amy, who followed Tamara, in the
middle of the crowed toward somewhere I couldn't even see. What
worried me were the streets around, they had the narrowness, the bad
lightening and the disgusting putrid smell of detritus I had
remembered from the other world. It was far from reassuring.
We reached a table
already crowded with girls sitting two on a chair or on boys's knees.
Tamara yelled as she left her handbag on the already pilled handbag
in the corner. Than made me happy to be more a backpack girl than a
handbag girl and I kept mine on my back, you never know when you will
need to run.
People waved and said
things I couldn't hear. The music was vibrating in my ears and I
wonder why people wanted to sit here. Tamara had said that the club
was more like a bar and this was a bar as nobody was dancing, people
were sitting or standing in groups with drinks and they couldn't talk
to each other. There was no way to run out of here without making a
mess. I looked around trying to relax. It was my first time in a
place like this. I felt a bit disoriented, the same feeling of being
stuck I had with the fire except that people were all around me. I
tried to calm myself down but there was no use. Amy on the contrary
had a huge smile from ear to ear. She was enjoying this.
She leaned closer to my
ear to yell but her voice barely made it above the sound of the
"Isn't it amazing? I
feel like an adult."
I nodded. I didn't want
to break her fun but this was as far away as being an adult as I
could imagine. I wouldn't have been a lot better studying in Alex
room. I would have been much better on a spaceship doing things I had
no idea how to do. This was too much.
Tamara leaned toward
Amy's ear before walking away.
"She said to sit,
she is getting us drinks," Amy yelled at me before inviting me
to share half of her chair after one of the boys stood up to leave it