Artist: Kevin MacLeod - Song: Laid Back Guitars - Word Count: 435
Airi was suddenly and painfully snapped out of her stupor as something hard rammed into her leg with enough force to move her several inches, she thankfully kept her balance though. She heard multiple items clatter across the stone as she tore her gaze from the towers and instead looked to her right, towards whatever had bumped into her. It took her a moment to register the fact that she'd been bumped into by a woman with wolf ears and a tail who was stuck in a wheelchair. Not a situation she'd expected to find herself in today.
Despite her shock Airi did her best to compose herself, gave the woman a smile, and apologized.
"No, no I'm sorry. I shouldn't be standing here in the way when people are trying to get by, this is my fault. Here, let me help you with your things."
Airi bent down and collected everything she could see that could possibly have come from this womans bags, then returned them.
"And thanks for asking, but I'll be fine. Just a small bruise. It'll remind me to pay better attention."
She laughed a bit as she said this last sentence, her eyes twinkling slightly. She found herself in a very bubbly mood today, and wouldn't let something as slight as being bumped in to dampen it. Perhaps this encounter was fate, she'd needed a shove, and that's was exactly what she'd gotten. It was most likely just a coincidence though. Regardless, now that the woman was here Airi wondered if she could be of help.
"Umm, hey, do you know what this building is? I noticed it from across the plaza and couldn't keep myself from getting closer, but I got a strange feeling once I got here. Now I'm not sure if I should go inside or not... My name's Airi by the way... nice to meet you."
Airi felt somewhat embarrassed asking a stranger for help of any kind, she'd become used to relying on herself over the past few months, and even before she'd left home she was fairly self-reliant. It also felt a bit awkward carrying the interaction beyond what was required, but she pushed through that feeling and made herself speak, doing her best to show off her warm personality. After all what was the point of coming to Spain to be a shut-in? On the plane ride over she'd even thought it would be nice if she could make a few friends during her stay.