Sanlang's eyes widened, but then it occurred to him that this was supposed to be located in the middle of the country.
The presence of these things was not suspicious.
"That shouldn't have anything to do with what we're meant to collect."
Ah Jin frowned at the thought for a moment.
Patting off the stuff on her finger, she said, "Nope, it's reasonable to have this at this time. Now that Country A is in such a mess, the economy has stagnated. The citizens can't afford to spend and don't need this. The seller should not make money either. Then why is there this thing here?"
Ah Jin recalled the scene.
They were carrying bags in their hands, which meant that the volume of transactions was very large, something that was rare in a war-torn country.
The rarity implied that there was something fishy.
After hearing this, Sanlang also thought it made sense.
However, how should they check it?
Ah Jin checked the time and figured it was about time.
"Let's go back first, and we'll think about it later. For sure, they will be looking for us if they find us missing. Two Oriental faces in a pile of Middle Eastern faces don't look too good."
Ah Jin added after some thought, "Leave your camera concealed. Have it on for camcording. We will come and get it tomorrow. How long does its battery last?"
Sanlang took out an oversized rechargeable battery from the bag.
"The rechargeable battery can be plugged in for ten hours, no problem. It will automatically save the video when it shuts down."
So Ah Jin found a dark and suitable place to hide the camera.
Returning, it was the same stolen car driven back.
The guard woke up to see the two of them fiddling with the equipment in the room as usual and went away relieved.
Sanlang breathed a long sigh of relief.
He was scared to death.
It was so close to being discovered.
So close, so close.
Ah Jin was more relaxed.
The next day, the two people still sneaked out according to the plan.
The stolen car yesterday could still be used.
They drove the car to the broken building.
Ah Jin took out the camera, Sanlang replaced it with a new rechargeable battery.
It was charged for a while, and it was turned on.
But the content inside was disappointing.
There was nothing.
Ah Jin deleted the old video and again hid the camera for surreptitious filming.
For three or four days in a row, Ah Jin had no luck.
Had they changed locations?
But she trusted her instincts.
Both of them waited for a few more days.
It wasn't until the seventh day that they finally caught something.
The camera captured the two groups trading, and their voices were recorded, but unfortunately, neither of them understood the local language.
San Qi, who had not been online for a long time, reappeared.
"There is a universal language pack available for sale in the mall. Travel around the Three Thousand Worlds without fear after using it. $199, come to think about it?"
San Qi easily and quickly left.
Ah Jin brought Sanlang back to the shelter.
Sanlang took out a book from his backpack, The Complete Translation Guide for a Tourist in Country A.
"Brother Zhou, will this work?"
Ah Jin patted his head.
"That is very smart!"
"Hey, but we won't be able to learn it in a short time. This one also contains all simple sentences."
Ah Jin glanced at him.
"You're questioning the Great God?"
Sanlang instantly stood in awe.
The one in front of him was no ordinary person.
San Qi finally couldn't help it.
"You're crazy, right? Without the universal language pack, let us see what you can do."