A Few Scenic Places to Explore

Now that you’ve got your avatar looking the way you like it (or nearly so), it’s time to do some exploring. One way to do that is to use the DESTINATIONS window on your log-in screen. Another way is to log in and open the Destinations window from your home page:

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That’s it marked with the red arrow. Click on it to bring up the window. From there you can scroll through the various categories until you find something interesting, and then teleport to it.

Places I’ve Found

There’s nothing special about these locations; I just found them to be quite photogenic. Here they are, in no particular order:

The Corlevoli Forest:

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It’s a lovely spot for just walking, exploring, or taking pictures. Be sure to come back several times, as the lighting changes from hour to hour. (NOTE: A “day” in Second Life is 4 hours in real time.)

Japan Tempura Island

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Lovely at any time of the year, this spot also features Tai Chi lessons and a ballroom. I’ve even spotted a deer or two in the forest!

How About a Trip to Africa?

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A genuine Zulu hut, no less. Just watch out for the elephants! Or if you prefer, how about a side trip to the

Drakensberg Mountains

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Lots of choice scenery to explore and photograph. Wildlife, too.

From there, it’s just another short hop to

Ancient Egypt

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Visit the harbor on the Nile.

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Explore the ancient temples, or shop for clothing and souvenirs in the souk.

The Sky’s The Limit!

As with everything else in SL, your adventures are only limited by your imagination. So get out there and have fun!

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