When he first came out of the society, Savage was still an urbanite, working in the creative department of a certain group. It was a high-intensity job from 9 to 10, often working overtime until midnight, which could drain people out in a few months. When I quit my job, I was physically and mentally exhausted. I just wanted to stay away from the city, go to a far away, desolate, and remote place for a while.
Finally, I went to a second-level outlying island in Penghu—Jiangjunyu’s dive shop for work and lodging. At that time, Savage did not know what diving was, let alone that underwater life would become a part of life. South Island girl When I first Shadow Making landed on the island, I immediately encountered culture shock. The person who came to pick me up at the pier was actually a ten-year-old little sister.
She was dark-skinned, beautiful and generous. She rode an electric scooter that didn't fit her petite figure. I take it to the store. As soon as she left her luggage, she said, "Can you swim? Snorkel?" "Uh, yes? 』 More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels