Lexx lead the way down one corridor, moving past various curious aliens. They seemed particularly interested in Chel. Humans were not a common sight, as a matter of fact, most of these creatures had not even heard of Earth.

“Wow.” Chel was just as amazed by them.

“Something wrong?” Lexx smirked slightly, keeping himself comfortably beneath his best coat. The material was soft and so light that his every movement made it ripple and move. He really liked that movement. It made him feel secure in his own self-contained area where to others, he could be hiding something.

Away points were not that dangerous by their nature of existence, but you never know. Looking like you were concealing something was far more effective than actually displaying a weapon. “You’ve resorted to a one word vocabulary since we arrived.”

“Oh! No! It’s just all so amazing!” Chel exclaimed, glancing at Lexx, then at the passing multiheaded alien. Each of the heads swung aside, looking at the human with gentle curiosity.

They were coming to the end of the tunnel and Chel noticed that there was some sort of vegetation and the familiar smell of … dirt. That was interesting. They had some sort of garden.

“This is just a taste of what’s out there.” Lexx looked ahead thoughtfully, “The station I grew up on was several hundred times the size of this away point.”

“Wow….” Chel exhaled slowly.