CHAPTER 02: Ikara Nightclub [2140 hrs.] June 27, 2014, 02:33:15 AM CHAPTER 02: Ikara Nightclub [ Holodeck 01 | Suraya Bay | Ikara Nightclub | 2140 hrs. ] Attn: SearcherCaptain Ives' steps had led her through the crowd in the sloping streets, and she knew there were many places to see - many attractions to visit. Yet she was not entirely sure she had the heart to see anything. Nonetheless, she returned the greetings from people of both crews when they spotted her, and she let her path be dictated by the sights around her. Not far from the amphitheatre, she saw one of the nightclubs in Suraya Bay, and its wooden sign said Ikara, which she thought was a Risian greeting phrase. She decided to see what the establishment had to offer, even if the outside bars were more frequented by the crew.The lighting was relatively low inside the club. Most of it was indirect - provided by blue- and white-toned strip lighting set in the baseboards. There were private booths sporadically lining the walls. The rather loud music held indigenous notes of tropical wooden instruments. The middle of the dancefloor was dominated by a flat podium of stone and a couple of dance poles. A large aquarium dominated the entire back of the club, lit up like a movie screen at a darkened theater. It was evidently the Ikara nightclub's focal point, not just judging by the lights concealed throughout the pool-sized aquarium, but also the fact that it was right behind the twenty feet bar counter made of polished stone. Oh, and there were the three underwater dancers in the aquarium too, with painted breathing masks hiding their faces as they moved to the music. Below them, behind the bar counter, four bartenders performed their own nightly dance. Taking orders. Pulling drinks. Mixing cocktails. The interior lights played across Jien's white toga as she stepped through the establishment, seeing that there were almost exclusively holograms inside - patrons and hosts alike. The two crews had yet to withdraw from the warm night of moonlight. Her eyes were drawn to the underwater dancers, seeing their forms gliding across the viewing glass. In sync, sent themselves into easy horizontal spins - dark hair wrapping caressingly around their necks and chests. Billowing out as they changed direction. When Jien looked away, her eyes fell upon someone that had just entered. It was not a hologram, but a familiar face.How ironic that they'd meet there of all places... given the plans they had made in the Brig a couple of days ago. Chuckling faintly, Jien raised a hand and waved - not about to try and override the music by calling out to the Lone-Wolf.To Ensign Skye Carver.OOC: This thread is meant to be exclusive for the scene with Ives and Carver, but it might open up to others soon enough.