Cordelia looked up from her space in the back of the car as it headed down towards the steel colour building that held the three ships that reminded Cordelia an awful lot of Noah's Ark. She felt someone pull at her jacket and she looked down at the small child next to her. "What is it, Lillabeth?" She asked, refeering to the child by her nickname. "I'm scared" Elizabeth revealed as she cuddled up against Cordelia's chest. "It'll be okay, I promise" They hadn't told Elizabeth very much, only that they had to go on a trip for a little while and that they had to take everything they needed with them. Elizabeth held on tightly to her doll, a plush version of her favourite Disney Princess, Belle. "We'll be at the ship soon and you can take out all of your dolls and play for a while" She hoped that at least some other children would be on the ship so that Elizabeth would have someone to play with during their time on board. As the car pulled up at the door, she spotted her mother waiting on them near by. Opening the door, she took ahold of Elizabeth's hand and held onto it as she got out of the car. "We best get on board, they aren't sure how much time we have until the ships have to leave" Her mother said. Cordelia nodded her head and moved to pick up her large duffle bag, placing the strap on her shoulder, she handed her mother Elizabeth's bag before picking up the last one herself. "Come on, sweetie" She said as she gave Elizabeth's hand a squeeze before heading into the building. Pulling out their tickets, they were quickly allowed into the main section of the buildings and the staircases that led down to the ships. Her father met them at the bottom of the staircase. "Papa" Cordelia said as she kissed her father's cheek, hugging him for a moment before he took her bags from her. "Thank you" She said. Suddenly she heard people shouting from the doors behind them, banging loudly against the bullet proof doors. It seemed like it was now public knowledge about the ships and that there was now uproar about it from the public. Quickly the guards headed out of the building to move the crowds away from the lucky passengers who had managed to secure their tickets. "Come on, baby" Bending down, she picked Elizabeth up and held her close to her chest, not wanting to let her see the crowds and start to worry. Her parents started to lead the way towards the second staircase that led down to the waiting room for each of the ships. As they entered the waiting rooms, she sat down with a heavy sigh. Her eyes looked up at the screen that sat in the corner of the room showing the news flashes. It seemed that another Earthquake had hit Africa and that another had just hit Japan. Looking up at her mother, she took a deep breath. She couldn't believe how lucky they had all been to get their tickets, and she was beyond thankful for it. One of the guards came and took their bags to bring them to their rooms. Her eyes looked up as she heard the word 'London', a sudden fear grew in her. London was her home town and almost everyone that she knew lived there. Nothing had been harder for her than getting on that plane and leaving everyone behind, knowing that she'd never see them again, not ever. It seemed that London was currently under water and that the flooding wasn't going to stop any time soon. "Home?" Elizabeth asked, looking up at the familiar land marks of her home town. "It's not home anymore, Lillabeth" Cordelia said sadly as she kissed her daughter's forehead. "Can all the passengers for Ship 2 please begin to board" The overhead announced. Standing up, she placed Elizabeth on her hip, worried that someone might knock her down otherwise. Holding onto the girl, she headed towards the door that led from the waiting room to the entrance of the second ship. Her parents led the way into the ship, once inside she allowed herself to look around. It reminded her of a hotel she had once went too, clearly it was to meet the high standards of the guests. "The rooms are not yet ready so we ask for all of our guests to head towards the lounges" The overhead said. Heading down the hallway, she walked through the doors of the lounge and headed towards one of the large sofas. Sitting down next to the arm rest, she placed Elizabeth next to her, wrapping her arms around her small companion. Her parents lef in search of friends that had been lucky enough to get tickets as well, so for now the pair of them were alone. She stroked her daughter's hair for a few moments as her daughter played with her Belle teddy.