I find myself falling in and out of sleep and know not if my eyes are opened or closed. I dream about my family and Nicosta; the fishing village where I grew up. Father and I were fishermen and each day we cast our nets into the vast openness of the Baltar Sea. I will never forget the day I fled my village, the air was warm and the sky a brilliant blue. Mother often remarked at how my eyes match the sky and said that my spirit could calm the savage seas. I struggle to escape my dreams but sadly I can not. I see my younger sister Amelia at mother’s side as she prepares supper, and hear her call out to father and I to come to the table. My stomach reminds me that it has been at least two days since I had last eaten. I wake to find that I am hungry and it is hard too concentrate. For the first time I realize that I can never return to my family or the home that I love and although my heart aches, I try to focus and stay awake. I know that I must be strong and find a way out of this cave, surely the answers cannot be found here in the darkness. So again I ask myself the question that continues to haunt me; do I really want to know what awaits outside this cave?