"Because, Garak, I have something to show you."
Garak grumbled good naturedly at the response that his human companion had been giving him for the entire day. It was all fair play, of course. He was just as bad when he had his own surprises, and Bashir had learned to accept them for the most part.
The Cardassian followed closely behind Bashir, eyes straying from his doctor to the different buildings in the neighborhood they were walking through. All of them were older, some ramshackle, and some nicer then first thought.
As they continued on, the pavement edged into dusty earth, there was more fauna and flora, and some of the older houses had been completely taken over. The sight held an interesting sadness, as well as life vibrantly starting anew. A little further, and they stopped at a building that was much more taken care of, its front reminiscent of a worship house.
It was larger in size though, disappearing into the mountainside as though said mountain had eaten part o