To someone as dextrous and practiced as yourself, climbing in through the window is no problem. Admittedly you would not have worn your pink taffeta jacket with the lime silk trimmings had you known, but doubtless it will wash.
The room you are in seems to be some sort of scullery; you have to move cautiously to avoid stacked bottles and crates. A nearby door is slightly ajar, giving you a view of the kitchen. Someone is obviously working outside in the yard, and there appears to be another open door to the rest of the house.
Do you go through the kitchen to meet the individual in the yard?
Do you go through the door to the rest of the house to see if your host is at home?
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