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Everyone keep your eyes open over the next few weeks, OK? ' 'American Airways flight to Quito now boarding at Gate Three,' announced the loudspeaker system. 'That's me,' said Alex, getting to his feet and grabbing his bags. ' They all shouted their goodbyes as Alex moved off towards the departure-gate. 'And remember,' called Amber over the bobbing heads of the crowd. ' Alex collapsed into his seat, pulled his cap down over his eyes and slept away the flight. The man in the next seat shook him awake as the plane began the descent to Quito airport.
Alex took his hands away from his head. The explosions sounded vaguely familiar to him. They sounded just like . . 'Fireworks,' said Alex. ' Cautiously they raised their heads and peered at the complex, then they sat up and stared in open astonishment. Rockets of all shapes, colours and sizes were shooting up into the night sky, but the centrepiece was a length of metal gridwork which was bracketed to the rooftop. Hundreds of fireworks had been wired to the gridwork and they spelled out a series of words in bright, neon colours.
Seconds later, they reached the fence. Alex knelt and got to work with a powerful pair of bolt-cutters, which snipped through the steel mesh of the fence as though it was tinfoil. He nodded to Paulo and they hooked their fingers through the mesh on each side of the breach. Slowly they bent back the two sections until there was a gap big enough to squeeze through. One by one, they went down on their bellies and squirmed under the fence. Alex was the last and, as he began to ease through, the searchlight beam was approaching again, sweeping across the compound from the other direction.