South Sea Pavilion - Square Stone Tiles
It's not flooring. The kids are uncomfortable when playing on it, and some of them even caught a cold. Thus, everyone thinks poorly of it.
South Sea Pavilion - Little Rainforest Park
Look outside and realize that you're only a short distance away from true nature. Forests that will swallow you up, the sticky air, and cruel mosquitoes all await you.
South Sea Pavilion - Pavilion Counter
It provides you with drinks and music. Only customers who buy beverages may change the music, and for a small tip you can adjust the volume too.
South Sea Pavilion - Patterned Carpet
Some people may notice the intricate and beautiful patterns. These people are often unhappy with the real world, so be careful hanging around them.
South Sea Pavilion - Wine Cabinet
The cabinet displays many famous wines and spirits, but they're packed so tightly that changing the bottles out is hard, so they're not for sale.
South Sea Pavilion - Potted Banana
The poets saw that the bananas were lonely, and so the poems they wrote for them have endured through the ages, but what exactly is loneliness? Perhaps only the bananas know, or perhaps it is only the bananas that don't know.
South Sea Pavilion - Potted Dandelion
The historians discovered to their surprise that these ornamental plants had been made into hand fans for over 1000 years. There's no need to make a fuss, though; after all, hand fans have been gone for nearly 50 years!
South Sea Pavilion - Pavilion Sofa
Hotel sofas typically only do their job when guests are about to leave, so the only thing they remember are people's backs.
South Sea Pavilion - Beverage Cart
Have a drink and forget some of your ideals. Travel can't change anyone, because people are all the same no matter which part of the world you visit.
South Sea Pavilion - Dessert Cart
Once people think of self-service without limits, they'll eat lots of food even if it tastes bad - mankind created art to fight the thing known as "desire".
South Sea Pavilion - Breakfast Table
To travel is to eat breakfast in a different seat, take calls in a different room, and consider the things that are bothering you from a different angle.
South Sea Pavilion - Pavilion Chair
In inns, chairs like these are mainly used to store luggage. After all, what most people do and what they want to do tend to have no relation to each other.
South Sea Pavilion - Pavilion Parrot
Many people can also repeat what you say unconditionally, and you don't need to feed them either. They just have to be bored enough.
South Sea Pavilion - Pavilion Square Table
Have a good discussion with your travelling companions about your upcoming plans. Then break them all, one by one, and fully enjoy the little things on your journey.
South Sea Pavilion - Pavilion Dining Table
Perhaps I ought to chat with the person sitting opposite of me. Our connection to the world shouldn't be limited to the newspaper at the breakfast table.