Sanlang crawled out from under the seat and asked nervously, "Are you okay, Brother Zhou? Are you hurt?"
Ah Jin smiled, "It's fine. Let's go back."
Brian scrambled down the road.
He stumbled, and looked back to make sure the killer wasn't catching up, then breathed a sigh of relief.
He sat down on his butt, leaned his back against the wall, and started panting heavily.
He took out the phone to call the "Bird."
"Hello, this is Brian. The assassination failed."
"What! You failed! Who are the people?"
"The investigation was about two Asian journalists. When we got into it, we found out that one of them was an assassin. He should be the journalist's bodyguard. The people I sent are dead, so I'm left on my own."
At this point, Brian choked a little.
Although they were not close brothers, at least they got along for a long time.
The voice on the other side was extremely annoyed.
"Okay, I know. I will convey this matter to my superiors. I will send someone over to your side. You don't have to worry about that for now."
He hung up the phone and hurried to his superiors to report.
The trip home went smoothly. Ah Jin returned to the hotel with Sanlang.
Sanlang was still stunned.
"Brother Zhou, who are those people, and why are they trying to kill us?"
"It should be "Insects ." They probably found out when I killed Buster. The tavern must have sold our information to them for sure."
"Yes, we can buy their information, so naturally, they can also buy our information. That was why Mani reminded us before to buy information without any fear of death."
Speaking of which, Ah Jin felt afraid that the original character's death was not that simple.
Maybe it was also because the original character had found out something, and that's why he was killed.
According to the news, he was shot by a stray bullet.
Ah Jin said to Sanlang, "Nothing will happen for a short time. Go to sleep first. I have to go squatting tomorrow. I also want to look over there tomorrow night. Maybe there will be an opportunity at night."
There was no talk all night.
The next day, Sanlang packed a big bag of things, jackets, hats, sleeping bags, mosquito repellent, food, and even sunshades.
Ah Jin looked at the busy Sanlang.
This little brother was really high-spirited ah.
They were going to squat and not go on a trip.
Sanlang finally packed up a large bag of things on his back and went out the door.
The service staff at the counter saw them coming downstairs and enthusiastically said.
"Good morning, two gentlemen. Breakfast is ready."
Ah Jin and Sanlang had breakfast first.
On the way, Sanlang complained that the food was tough to eat, so he missed the food at home.
Ah Jin reassured him, "Soon, things will be over soon, and you can go home for dinner."
Calculating the time, it had been almost five days since they came out of the embassy.
The security team should have already gone to pick them up.
As Ah Jin expected, the security team had indeed arrived at the embassy entrance to pick them up.
It was just that the embassy staff reported that the two had left several days ago, and they had no idea where they had gone.
The security team then realized that they had been tricked and hurriedly contacted their superiors.
They began to look for the people all over the city.
The city was in panic and chaos, whereas Ah Jin and Sanlang hid at a small hill in the wilderness.
Looking down from the hill with binoculars, they had a full view of the warehouse.
In front of the two were two large rocks that would shield their figures that could, by the way, block the sunlight.
Sanlang built a signal device next to him to see if he could receive a satellite signal.
It would be good to have a radio to listen to.
As it turned out, the signal device could make a phone call, but the rest was not helpful.
Sanlang was a little frustrated.
If only he had known, he would have bought a more professional one.
Ah Jin took the signal device in his hand and fiddled with it, then came the sound of the radio.
Although it was a local radio, even though it was not understandable and even choppy, it still did not change that Sanlang's admiration for Ah Jin climbed again.
"Brother Zhou, you even know how to do this!"
A starry eyed Sanlang.
Ah Jin gave him a blank look and picked up the instruction manual that he had thrown aside.
"It's in this manual. I just learned it."
Sanlang felt his face hot.
The instructions for this thing he casually read a few times and then threw away.
Was not this thing for display?
He looked at Ah Jin again and couldn't help but sigh.
The difference between people was really big.
Ah Jin offered to look closer to find out what she could do at the end of the day, while Sanlang remained in the post to hold his position.
Ever since she had shot many people last time and absorbed their deathly aura, she felt her senses were sharper.
San Qi had never mentioned that there would be such a thing.
Either he was deliberately withholding it, or he simply knew that there would be such a case.
Maybe she was really an anomaly.
She always had questions in her mind.
Where did she come from?
Who was she?
Why did she yearn for death so desperately?
Maybe this was the key to solving her questions.
Ah Jin hid in the grass in the dark and waited for a long time.
Yet, she did not find the opportunity.
She quietly went back.
Sanlang was happy to see her back.
His heart was relieved.
Ah Jin said, "There was no chance. I am going to go again in the second half of the night. The second half of the night is the most sleepy time. I am sure there will be an opportunity. You go to sleep first. Then I will wake you up."
When Sanlang heard that Ah Jin was finally going to take him with her, he was so happy that he dutifully went to sleep in his sleeping bag.
With the night thickening, the earth began to quiet down.
Far from the city's hustle and bustle, surrounded by only unknown insects making sounds and the rustling of leaves blown by the wind.
Looking up at the sky, the stars were dotted.
If it were not for the dire situation now, it would have been an excellent time to watch and enjoy the night.
Ah Jin noticed that the warehouse's patrols had slackened significantly in the latter part of the night, the personnel also began to reduce.
She then woke Sanlang.
"Sanlang, wake up."
Sanlang did not sleep very deeply, and when Ah Jin nudged him, he woke up.
"Brother Zhou, can we go now?"
Ah Jin grabbed his wrist, " Follow me, you can't see anything."
They did not use a flashlight.
They were doing stealthy things in the dark.
Did they want to be a target by using a flashlight?
The duo carefully touched the grass that was not illuminated by the lights around the warehouse.
Sanlang wisely took out the mosquito repellent and began to apply it.
While using it, he asked, "When I bought it, it said it was odorless. Will it be discovered?"
Ah Jin smelled the air.
There was a bit faint smell of medicine, but it did not affect much.
"It's okay. It's windy today. It will be blown away."
The duo hid in the grass for another hour or so.
By then, only one person was left on the sentry post.
The other should have gone to sleep.
The person shook his head, walked down from the sentry post, unbuckled his belt as he went, and whistled.
He made his way to the grass, stopped in front of a big tree a hundred meters away from Ah Jin, and then started to solve his business.