Cynan's entire body relaxed as he worked his way deeper into the forest. Trees now hid almost every angle from view, and this was, of course, a good thing. After all, "if you can't see them, they can't see you". This was a motto Cynan loved to live his life by, and though it's not entirely correct in most circumstances, it convinced him he wasn't being followed. Not that there's even a remote chance of him being followed - after all, why would anybody follow someone they didn't know? An argument fortified by the fact that even though Cynan had been living here for a few days now, he still didn't know anyone on the Island.
That was a good thing, because Cynan wasn't quite a social butterfly. In fact, he was quite the opposite. He brushed his hands against the nearest tree, feeling the mild scraping of hard bark against smooth skin, before blowing his long, dark fringe out of his eyes and glancing around for the nearest berry bush.
Berries were something that grew in abundance on Sunny Island, and because of this fact they often made up Cynan's breakfast, dinner and tea. Sure enough, it wasn't long before he had found a fresh bush and, once he had appraised the berries and identified them as safe, he began to pluck them from the branches, collecting them in the large satchel he had wrapped around his neck. As he did so, his eyes flickered left and right, not only checking for invading people, but also admiring the sincere beauty of the Island's forests. The grass and leaves were a pure, untainted green, and the mild Spring sunlight leaking through the branches made the scenario ever the more stunning.
Cynan smiled to himself as he stood up, his pouch now full to the brim with berries, and started to walk. Not in any particular direction or with any particular objective; all he was doing was enjoying nature, and rightly so. Sunny Island had been advertised to him as a safehaven; a place of sincere beauty away from the troubles of city life and the difficulties of travelling to and fro that usually plagued him. On Sunny Island, he was free to be alone with Mother Nature. On Sunny Island, he was free to travel from one side of the Island, Stoneway District (where his newly-erected house now stood) to the other (Green Tree Forest) without being stopped and ridiculed by strangers. On Sunny Island, he could finally be himself; and he loved it here.
[[OOC: To be continued, gotta head to bed now~ <3]]