Over the hills and far away || Sebastian & Tyson
Sebastian wrapped his arms around Tyson’s, not used to being the one being held, but enjoying the change nonetheless. Istanbul was an incredible city from the view alone, and Sebastian was eager to explore it with Tyson, to get to know it with him.
He stayed standing as Tyson excused himself to get a drink, and his brows furrowed when he heard the gagging, but Tyson’s voice came soon after and he realized what the problem must have been before the other was even halfway through explaining it.
"Well, we’ll hafta get some bottled water while we’re out then. We’ll keep a case in the bedroom, and a case in here. That way we’ve always got something to drink handy. For right now though, I’m sure there’s probably some water in the mini-bar."
It would cost money and be charged to the room, but Sebastian didn’t care. Jim would be footing the bill for any room charges, as it fell under ‘work-related expenses’. Sebastian turned in Tyson’s arms, grinning down at him. “So, should we get all our shite sorted, then go run an’ grab some bottled water an’ snacks?”
"Yeah, sure," he agreed, eager to explore more of the city soon. He stole a gentle kiss from Sebastian before pulling away. Even against the window, they were too high up for anyone to see. Looking around the room again, Tyson amended his earlier line of thought.
"Probably best to leave to e-everything in it’s original place for now, or I’m going to end up painting m-myself into a corner.” He didn’t want to push everything over to one side of the room, then later discover he needed to stop working on the map to unearth an extra power socket or flat surface.
He paused to grab a bottle of blissfully cool, refreshing water from the mini-bar before heading back to their bags in the other room. As one would expect, Tyson’s bag had been packed neatly, even in his rush to join Sebastian in bed.
It didn’t take Tyson long to shift his items where they needed to go, in either of the two rooms, but he made sure to take extra care with his map making materials. They could be replaced if damaged, but it would take time. Working digitally would be much simpler, but Tyson knew a file could be hacked or intercepted.