Let $X\subset \mathbb{R}^2$ be open connected (and let's say bounded), let $x\in X$ and $y\in\partial X$ be such that there is a Jordan curve $\gamma:[0,1]\to X\cup\{y\}$ such that $\gamma(0)=x$ and $\gamma(1)=y$.

Does there always exist a Jordan curve $\delta:[0,1]\to X\backslash\gamma(0,1)\cup\{y\}$ such that $\delta(0)=x$ and $\delta(1)=y$ and there is no holes in between $\gamma$ and $\delta$?

By "no holes in between" I mean that $\gamma$ and $\delta$ are homotopic in $X\cup\{y\}$, or alternatively, if $G$ is the Jordan domain defined by the union of $\gamma$ and $\delta$, then $G\subset X$.

I think, another way of stating this question is: is it true that the set $C([0,1], X\cup\{y\})$ is locally path connected?