Simploring 2020 (46) Dream Village

For my simploring tour on Monday, June 15th, I picked “**[Dream]** Village” from scoop.it SL Destinations. It led me to a post from Inara Pey titeled “A Dream Village in Second Life“.

Dream Village is an adult homestead owned by Dolceluna Myoo. The landmark description is inviting “Welcome to Dream Village, a romantic deco-vintage place, warm up near the fire and take beautiful photos in the company or in the relaxation of this silent SIM.”

Dream Village overview

Dream Village is not a village though. It consists of 2 islands that are connected by a small land bridge. The landing is at an old abandoned bar. The event area next to the old bar seems to be still in use. Close to to the bar is an old tram station and an old tram waggon. This setting is nice for taking pictures.

Impressions of Dream Village (1) – around the landing: old bar and tram station

I went to the other island first. On my way I found a nice place to sit where I could watch a cat trying to catch fish and where I had a nice view over to the broken lighthouse. I continued my tour and came to a campfire. It is set up very nicely and there’s an old VW Camping van nearby.

Impressions of Dream Village (2) the fishing cat and the broken lighthouse / the campfire

Quite close to the campfire is a residential house. It is open and fully furnished. I had fun exploring it, ooking at all the little details like a cat standing at a window and looking inside. At the terrace you find more opportunities to sit and cuddle. Also close to the residential house is another place to cuddle which offers quite some nice poses also for singles. I had a little photo session making selfies.

Impressions of Dream Village (3) campfire / residential house 2

The rest of this island is quite rural. I came across several grazing horses and another hut, which I named “Summer hut”. You could sit there and watch the horses and enjoy the peace. I also went to the island with the working lighthouse. On this island you find some goats and of course another opportunity to sit and watch.

Impressions of Dream Village (4) Diomita’s little photo session (upper left) / peacefully grazing horses around the Summer hut

I finished my simploring walking back towards the landing point. In the bay is a wooden platform with 2 loungers and I couldn’t resist to take a few more selfies there. Above the platform hoovers a ballon. During my visit it was already occupied by someone else. I can imagine that you have a nice look on Dream Village from up there. On the island with the tram station is another residential house, that is also furnished and offers great backgrounds for taking pictures. I like all the details that make the house look inhabited (like the other one). I recommend to have a closer look. The curious standing cat is also present there again.

Impressions of Dream Village (5) wooden platform in the bay / residential house 1

Dream Village is a nice and romantic place for a little time out. It offers many nice places to sit and cuddle or for photo sessions. Dolceluna Myoo, the owner of Dream Village runs a fashion shop on the market place – “My Dream Fashion by dolceluna Myoo” and she has an own blog that is about fashion as far as I could see from a quick view at it. Thank you Dolceluna for sharing your place publicly. I enjoyed exploring it and had fun taking pictures.

Landmark to Dream Village
https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Purlove/99/89/23
Flickr group
https://www.flickr.com/photos/119022625@N06/
Dolceluna Myoo’s (fashion) blog
https://mydreamfashiondolceluna.blogspot.com/
“My Dream Fashion by dolceluna Myoo” on marketplace
https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/87742/
Inara Pey’s blogpost “A Dream Village in Second Life”
https://modemworld.me/2020/06/12/a-dream-village-in-second-life/

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