((Not sure if I should point it out a second time. Is this going to be the norm?))
Even while swimming Miles was able to keep track of the various people around the pool with relative ease, his casual pace giving him regular glimpses of others who came in and out, or otherwise lounged around. There were familiar faces scattered around with newcomers, or people he just didn't see on any kind of regular basis. Six months should have been more than enough time for him to memorize all of the other tenants, but as it turned out many just didn't leave their rooms very often and others, still, now had to take on a human guise where before they could be more free with their natural appearances. It must have bothered some of them; this new policy, letting humans in meant they were now less free to be themselves. Not really a concern for Miles, sure, but he couldn't deny it had been nice to be less cautious.
With time passing by more and more people were showing up at the poolside; pretty soon it'd probably be as noisy as it usually was. Miles swam to the edge and picked himself out of the water, slicking back his dripping hair and taking a seat on the edge for a short break.