~~Sunlight pierces my eyes as I open them.
"Oh good, you're awake," a familiar voice sounds from the other side of the room.
"Where am I?" I ask I a groggy voice. I notice that
I have an accent. Where have I heard it before?
"You're on the Interceptor. With the East India Trading Company," a man says.
I take in my surroundings. It seems to be something like a first mates quarters.
"I'm sorry, I am Admiral Norrington," he says.
"Alexandra Harlow," I reply, "What exactly happened?" I glance down to see a beautiful light pink gown on my body. I sit up and swing my legs off of the bed.
"One of my men found you adrift in the ocean on a piece of driftwood. You've been unconscious for three days. We assume that your ship was attacked by pirates," he explains, "It seems that you're the only survivor."
I have come to the conclusion that I've been transported into The Pirates of The Caribbean. Might as well play it off and not get caught.
"Oh yes! My mother and father were one of the first to be killed when they ambushed us. My mother told me to hide in the brig, so I did. They never come down there. They blew our ship to bits and pieces. The last thing I saw before I went unconscious was a ship with black sails," I say referring to The Black Pearl.
"The Black Pearl, I thought it didn't exist," Norrington mumbles.
He shakes his head and stands up from the wooden chair he was sitting in.
"We will land in Port Royal in just a few hours. I'll leave you to your self. You may wander around the deck as you wish," he says before walking through a set if double doors.
I spend at least two hours contemplating the whole thing. From the gold doubloon in the bathroom, to waking up on the Interceptor.
I decide to check out my surroundings outside of the tiny room.
I walk through the same double doors that Norrington went through, and come upon the main deck of the ship.
My heels clack against the wood of the deck. Wait. When did I put heels on? Must have come with the dress and hair.
"Nice to see you again Miss Harlow," Admiral Norrington says from behind me. I jump.
"Sorry to scare you," he says.
"It's alright I wasn't paying any attention," I say.
"We should be in Port Royal any minute now," he says. I nod. He walks toward the helm and converses with the man that's at the wheel.