As he woke up, Hisoka knew that he wasn't where he had fallen asleep. The voice that had spoken a moment ago was one clue, as was the fact that he was in a bed when he clearly remembered falling asleep on the couch.
Continuing to feign sleep, he tried to gain information about the room. He could tell that he was fully dressed, he thought in his jeans and a long sleeved shirt, and was lying on a soft bed. He couldn't hear any other sounds other than his breathing, and he thought he could smell something cooking. He could feel
... nothing. This was so unexpected that he immediately opened his eyes and shot upright.
Yes, it appeared that his gift
was showing that either he was totally alone, which as he had heard someone's voice did not seem likely, or that it
was for some reason not working. Replaying the what the voice had said, he remembered it saying something about "a clue or two" to what had happened if he came to it.
Looking around the room he saw that there were two doors, and three curtained windows. Opening a curtain, he could see that that outside his room was a covered balcony area, and beyond that appeared to be the grounds of a garden. Dropping the curtain, next he opened the doors, seeing that one lead to a bathroom with a shower, toilet and sink and the other to a corridor.
Deciding that there was no more to be gained by staying in the room, he entered the corridor, and saw that there appeared to be a door to the balcony on his left. Trying it, he felt a sharp shock around his neck. Lifting a hand to his throat, he felt a collar around his neck, with am object attached to it. Hisoka felt for a catch, but could not seem to find one.
Seeing that obviously he couldn't get outside via this way, he turned the other way down the corridor, and by taking a few turns here and there finally found a set of stairs and descended down them. As he reached the lower floor he thought he say someone else moving.
(eta: continues at http://community.livejournal.com/aillen_sol/871.html?thread=15463#t15463
on the second floor post)