It has been quite an eventful few days on the Island. First Lady Kyoko presented a most enthusiastic dance in her Bo costume. Some of us joined in for a while and were treated to her joy at the exercise. Mister Lee appears to have made it to the village just in time for the entertainment. Lady Kyoko seems to have overtaxed herself but I understand Mister Kaoru has been assisting her in her troubles.
Sometime during this Mister Watanuki was kidnapped by some of the local wildlife and we only discovered his situation after the fact. Mister Kurapika and I traversed the river in search of him and finally found him amongst his new crocodile friends. They seem very friendly with him, but I am afraid my hakama are in tatters after our rescue attempt. I fear I may have lost them altogether had it not been for Mister Kurapika's ingenious use of a very large stick. It seems the crocodiles enjoy fetching. We made off with Mister Watanuki during the ensuing stampede for the stick.
I fear one of the animals is staking out the camp, please take care when wandering, all of you.
A few cuts and bruises later and a visit to the infirmary and we are much better for it. The nurses there are quite good, I think Doctor Takani would enjoy learning from them. The healing touch is something wonderful indeed. Upon returning to the cabin I witnessed Lady Kiryuu being bodily thrown from the Latrines and I must say, she received some height. I admire her determination. She seems unwilling to ask for help even when it is offered so I shall leave her unless she loses consciousness.
I think I should check on Mister Watanuki to be certain he is recovering well.