Even though it's still early in the morning, there are already quite a few customers who are waiting in line to get their ticket for the pool.
Maybe it's because it's new or because the newspapers said so much good about it. It seems like your whole life can change after only a day being here in this pool. It seems crazy but you wanted to check it out anyway, not that there is anything wrong with your life. It's just that it isn't as good as you want it to be.
That, and you like to go for a swim every now and then.
You look around. There is this very fancy and new interior which doesn't really goes to well with the idea of swimming but it's so stylish that there are people who just come here to have a drink.
The drinks are said to be legendary so that's another thing you should try out.
Also, the giant amount of pools there are and the brilliant massage is something you don't want to miss around here.
But for now, there's just a line of people in front of you.
You get bored easily and start looking for some other things.
There are logo's everywhere. Some say 'The Genius Pool' others say just 'TG-Pool'. You look around and try to spot as many as you can.
Fourteen, fifteen, sixteen…
There appear to be a lot on the clothing of the employees.
The weird thing is, they are all men. You don't see a single woman who is wearing the blue uniform and the blue (and admittedly terrible) cap.
A girl is the only one who is still in front of you.
'Can I have one day ticket, please?'
The man at the counter hands her a ticket.
'Is this for the whole place?'
The man nods.
'Even for the massage tables and the spare rooms?'
The man nods again.
The girl turns around and sees that you've been listening to what you said. She blushes.
'It's not that I… I mean, who wouldn't… it's just… you know what? Never mind.'
And she quickly walks away.
You turn to the man behind the counter.
'What's up with her?' You ask him.
'I don't know, some people are just a bit nervous you know.' He replies.
'So, how much does it cost?'
'Full package?' He asks.
He points at a board behind him which tell you how much everything costs.