121. Sandy’s father is a humble, humorous writer who was beloved by his readers.
122. In elementary school, Sandy had read heaps of books about seamen and fishermen, and was inspired by them
123. In secondary school, his teacher praised him as an honorable, earnest, generous and aggressive teenager.
124. He specialized in architecture on campus and got number of certificates.
125. After graduation, his darling lover always stuck like glue to him, but impulse and overwhelmed by his inherent desire, he made a resolution to explore the South Pacific alone.
126. In order to possess a decent boat, he invested lots of emotional energy, seized every opportunity to transform the structure of his boat.
127. Before departure, Sandy plotted the ship’s course on the chart with patience.
128. Accompanied with warm sunshine, refreshing breeze and jewel-like island on the horizon, Sandy’s boat drifted on the South Pacific without any restraint.
129. It’s a midday, Sandy lay idly and cozily on the deck, absorbed in the enjoyable glorious illusion.
130. He hadn’t experienced any disasters such as volcano, earthquake or plague, and yet he was willing to withstand one.