Adam handled this one too, think the last he's taken at this point, and I think it came out great. The variety of locales made for a good chance to vary up the colors between panels, which is a nice bonus.
As for the story progression, not a lot to say on it offhand. Sort of distracted, plus said most of what I have to say for the moment about Marina already in the last page.
Art here is only subpar, (the fist panel is especially poor), but the colors are what save it. The strong variety in them is just great. In particular, I like the penultimate panel. The night sky is darker because of the partly-waned moon. Awesome touch.