A luxury-class yacht cut through the jungle, unintentionally stirring up birds and small creatures in its wake. A small circle against a set of cliffs and the Sirena was maneuvered towards the bottom of the towering geological structures. Vines and plants were poking up through the makeshift landing pad, looking as if they were threatening to grow over the vessel if he left it for too long. Double checking the systems, Makai shut down the Sirena and looked through the viewport, unable to see the towering temple built into the side of the cliffs.
Was he supposed to wait for someone? Yet the jungle beckoned him. Being half-Galan, heat and humidity were his lifeline.
Ramp was lowered, feet ambled out as humidity wrapped over him like a favorite blanket. A sound of nails clicking on metal behind him, a plaintive cry. Koa. The Loth-Cat was scurrying quickly, coming to move down the ramp with Makai. The little beast weaved between the already growing-too-fast teenagers feet, causing him to rock a little.
"Easy! Trying to break my legs?" A noise that sounded suspiciously like a snort of laughter. Not that Loth-Cats were capable of such a thing. "I'm going to send you to Ellie's house marked 'do not return'."
Iced-azure eyes took in the sights, jungle life once again making noise now that his vessel had powered down. The planet was oddly quiet. Teth wasn't far away from his own home on Mon Cal but he couldn't say he knew much about the place. Rumors swirled at one time it used to be a warlord hideaway.
Moving in the clearing, he finally looked up at the cliffs. A structure was built into them, complete with waterfall. It was a beautiful sight, a mix of nature and sentient made work. Eyes squinted against the sun and he wished he had brought his sunglasses out of the Sirena with him. It was hard to tell if anyone actually lived in the area. Cleaned up, vines removed but....didn't mean it wasn't more of a fallback shelter for someone in the area.
"I don't even know how we get up there Koa. Or if we're supposed to."
Makai was beginning to wonder why his Dad even sent him out here. Well, he knew why. Charity work for a foundation, something about he knew the two people from long ago. Maybe the charity was picking him up, not enough fuel to make the trip and they used the little jungle planet as a parking deck.