Wednesday, May 21, 1650
The house in which both Lateef and Hafsah stayed the night is built directly into the side of the hill, overlooking the west sea, and is, as I said, three floors. The roof is more or less easily accessed by the hill above it, though of course there may be traps. Telo's knowledge from viewing it from the outside would suggest that the main bedroom is on the top floor, the secondary bedrooms and quite probably a library is on the middle floor (Telo can smell a particular must that suggests the latter), and the kitchen on the lowest floor. The middle floor only is accessible from the street.