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I recently had to cancel a much-needed vacation because of the pandemic. As upsetting as that was, our safety is obviously more important. Luckily, I have Second Life to turn to whenever I feel a need to escape. There are a number of destinations I enjoy visiting, mostly because I find them incredibly relaxing. I thought for this week’s challenge, I’d ask you guys to share your current favorite Second Life destinations. Where are the places you like to hang out, either by yourself or with friends? If you don't have any favorite destinations, explore the Second Life Destination Guide and find some!

Here are my current top 5 favorite Second Life destinations

  1. Luanes Magical World - https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Morning Glow/150/79/21
  2. The Coasters Club - https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Va Pou/122/121/21
  3. Digital Art - https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Retrospect/111/76/21
  4. Missing Melody - https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Angel in Heaven/45/237/22
  5. Burrow Coffee Co. - https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Burrow/195/75/31

To participate in the challenge, download the blank template and fill it out using Photoshop, or any imaging and graphic design software. You can also use pixlr.com for free without installing any software. Or, you can just answer in text below! 

If you decide to do this challenge and post it on any social networks, don’t forget to use the hashtags #SecondLifeChallenge and #ExploringSecondLife. You can also add your images to the Second Life Challenge Flickr Group.

Thank you for participating in the challenges! Stay safe, stay home, stay virtual!

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i return to the forums briefly to leave my picks in text form because im too lazy to open mspaint

in no order!

WMC little star [M]http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pine Valley/126/168/551 

i forget how i came across this place... it's been in my LMs for a long time! but's it's one of those places i like to visit when i'm bored. while the town portion is currently under contruction, the rest of the portals at landing work just fine. my favorite is kid town because it's got a movie theatre, bowling, go karts, and mini golf! it reminds me of those family fun centers i'd go to when i was younger. also it's like... probably haunted? dont worry about it! (i'm too chicken to check out some areas, lol)

fox valley forest [A]http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Fox Valley Forest/112/123/26

one of the very first places i became familiar with! i'm not involved in rp here, but scenically it still holds up as one of my favorite places. ground level is a pretty forest / beach, upper level is a city! as a general note, it IS a furry sim, but i've seen a few humans around from time to time

little yoshiwara [M]http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Milarepa/130/141/44

a very nice mainland area inspired by the bakumatsu era of japan! there's lot of stuff to check out, and it's pretty. it's all very cozy feeling. plus the streamed music definitely fits the general vibe and is one of the few times i dont mute the music

TOKAGOYA [M]http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Seventh Avenue/119/8/2036

home of D2 cars! driving in sl is one of my hobbies and toka was one of the first places to introduce me to driving in sl. it's essentially a racing sim, but focused of the very drifty D2 cars - even if i'm not a very good driver, i still like going around the tracks here!

retroville [M]http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Retroville/110/197/32

inspired by something very near and dear to my heart, retroville is a cute cartoony place where you can fish, catch bugs, and pick fruit! one of the friendliest places i've been to, people there are pretty chill!

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Thought I'd give it a go.

Note that the region names are given for most because they're usually large areas, though for East River, I suggest you follow along the road going northeast as you'll start to see signs that will lead you into downtown East River directly.



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