Simploring 2020 (21) The Getaway – Nutmeg

Following Inara Pey’s blog I came across “The Getaway – Nutmeg“. The landmark description is short but very fitting: “A quiet, serene place, where you can reconnect with nature, listen to soothing music, and truly clear your mind.

“The Getaway – Nutmeg” – bird eye overview

The Getaway – Nutmeg is a moderate homestead. As far as I could find out it is owned by Keon Xenga and Neva Xenga (nevacrystall). The Getaway – Nutmeg has been landscaped by Jacky Macpherson.

First impressions of “The Getaway – Nutmeg” – around the Landing point

There’s really not much to write about The Getaway – Nutmeg. In the bird eye view you can see that it consists of two islands that are connected by two small bridges. On the main island, where you land, is one residential house and a shed used for a flea market. You will find quite some opportunities to sit and look around and to chill.

Impressions of “The Getaway – Nutmeg” – the residential house and the flea market

In Keon Xenga’s profile I found the following: “If you ever yearn to feel at peace in the midst of our frenzied, hectic world, The Getaway is calling your name. Feel free to wander and explore.

Impressions of “The Getaway – Nutmeg” – enjoying the view and the peace

The Getaway – Nutmeg is very peaceful, it offers natural views and just invites to stay a bit and to dream. You can fill up your batteries there. Thank you Keon, Neva and Jacky for sharing this getaway with the public. I enjoyed my visit.

“The Getaway – Nutmeg”

Landmark to The Getaway – Nutmeg
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Getaway/168/158/24
Inara Pey’s blogpost “A Nutmeg Getaway in Second Life”
https://modemworld.me/2020/03/12/a-nutmeg-getaway-in-second-life/

Simploring 2020 (8) Valium Sea

Yesterday I got an invitation from Vally (Valium Lavender) to visit Valium Sea “Once my private homestead sim, I have decided to open it to the public now. Enjoy! – beautiful, peaceful and very photogenic“.

Valium Sea – overview

Valium Sea is a moderate homestead, of course owned by Vally. Vally is also the owner of Valium Creek and the Valium Creek Art Park, a place I had visited and reported about just recently (read: Simploring 2020 (4) Valium Creek, Valium Creek Art Park, Relax Club and Kekeland – Bardeco).
Valium Sea was built by Jacky MacPherson.

Impressions of Valium Sea (1) – landing point and residetial house

Valium Sea is an almost round almost flat island with a lot of beach, beach grass, some scattered trees that have been formed by the wind, Some areas are a bit rocky.In the center of the island is a residential home on a little hill. Beside of this house there’s just a roofed patio a bit aside of the house.

Impressions of Valium Sea (2)

And that’s it! You will find innumerable places to sit, recline, enjoy and cuddle all around the island. You can enjoy the peace and the sound of the ocean. Valium Sea is a perfect place to retreat and wind down – and to take pictures. And of course I took some pictures.

Impressions of Valium Sea (3)

Impressions of Valium Sea (4)

I can only repeat what Vally said: “Enjoy!”. Thank you Vally for opening Valium Sea to the public. I did enjoy a peaceful time-out on the island.

Landmark to Valium Sea
https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Valium%20Sea/105/203/21
Vally’s Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/vally-lavender/with/49464024893/

Simploring 2020 (4) Valium Creek, Valium Creek Art Park, Relax Club and Kekeland – Bardeco

I came across Valium Creek following Inara Pey’s blog and her post “Time at Valium Creek in Second Life

Valium Creek is a moderate full region, owned and operated by Vally Lavender (Valium Lavender). Roughly 3/4 of Valium Creek is dedicated to residential usage, about 1/4 is public. The landing is in the public area, which includes a coffee shop hangout, a local bar, church and other interesting features. Valium Creek was designed/built by Jacky MacPherson and Dandy Warhlol (Terry Fotherington).

Valium Creek – overview

The public area offers a lot of nice views and great backgrounds for pictures. I had fun exploring. To enter the residential area you need to be a group member. And of course you could decide to live here, the houses are rented out by Vally. Part of the group join fees are donated to the Nature Conservancy, an international conservation group. Vally also has a website for Valium Creek.

Impressions of Valium Creek – public part

But that’s by far not all. Vally also owns Broken Vessels, another moderate full region right next to Valium Creek and connected to it with a bridge. The Valium Creek Public Area is being extended over to almost 1/2 of the Broken Vessels and is home for the Valium Creek Art Park. When I visited the first time the Art Park on January 8th it was full of place holders for future art objects. When I visited again on Tuesday, January 14th, the Valium Creek Art Park presented it’s first exhibition featuring the art of Mistero Hifeng.

Broken Vessels – overview

Impressions of Valium Creek Art Park

The remainder of the Broken Vessels sim, is occupied by Kekeland – Bardeco and Relax Club. Kekeland – Bardeco rang a bell. I visited it back in 2018 (see Simploring 2018 (21) Bardeco & Kekeland). Kekeland – Bardeco is owned by Belle des Champs (Bridget Genna) and was also built by Dandy Warhlol (Terry Fotherington). At it’s new location it is split between what you see on the ground and the club itself that is located on a sky platform. Kekeland – Bardeco is for sure on my list of places to visit in the near future.

Mistero Hifeng’s art featured at Valium Creek Art Park (1)

Mistero Hifeng’s art featured at Valium Creek Art Park (2)

The Relax Club is group owned and I assume that the group founder Night A. (Nightattack Guardian) owns the club. I didn’t do much research so far. The Relax Club has a own website – www.relaxclub.pt, is running since 2013, offers music (Club, Tech, Deep, Techno, Soul, Funky, House) everyday between 10 AM and 6 PM.

Thank you Vally (Valium Lavender), Jacky Macpherson, Dandy Warhlol (Terry Fotherington), Belle des Champs (Bridget Genna) and Night A. (Nightattack Guardian) for these two joined sims, that offer a lot for everybody: residential houses for rent, an art park, places to hang out and a music venue. It was for sure not my last visit.

Landmark to Valium Creek
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/valium%20creek/157/131/24
Valium Creek Art Park
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Broken%20Vessels/166/59/22
Landmark to Relax Club
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Broken%20Vessels/181/230/23
Landmark to Kekeland – Bardeco (skyplatform)
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Broken%20Vessels/65/159/3002
Valium Creek Art Park Flickr-group
https://www.flickr.com/groups/valium/
Valium Creek website
https://valiumcreek.com
Nature Conservancy
https://www.nature.org/en-us/
Inara Pey’s blog post “Time at Valium Creek in Second Life”
https://modemworld.me/2020/01/07/time-at-valium-creek-in-second-life/

Diary 2019 (58) April 21st Diomita’s 6th collaring day in Second Life

Sunday, April 21st, marked my 6th collaring day. I wrote a blog post for the very day and Mistress Jenny commented it (April 21st – Diomita’s 6th collaring anniversary).
And what happened inworld that day? I met with Mistress Jenny in the afternoon and we sat together. Mistress removed the police collar she had locked aroud me neck in addition to the partnering collar and she unlocked the partnering collar. Then she took out the Ehesklavin collar and offered it to me.

Mistress Jenny takes your leather and steel collar and holds it up for you to take
Diomita takes the collar from your hand
Mistress Jenny: “Are you ready for the next part of our journey Diomita?”
Diomita: “yes, Mistress Jenny”
Mistress Jenny: “Will you wear this collar willingly to show your loyal submission to me?”
Diomita looks into your eyes and answers with a firm voice “yes, Mistress Jenny, I will”
Mistress Jenny: “It will become your usual collar”
Mistress Jenny closes the collar around your neck

April 21st: Mistress Jenny and Ehesklavin Diomita at home and at club Domme a Domme

Then Mistress rewarded me and allowed me to spoil her with my tongue and at least for me it was even more intense as it always is. I had to change into something quite submissive, then we spent some time together at club Domme a Domme. It was a very private hour this afternoon, a celebration just between us. Thank you, Mistress Jenny.

My night was uneventful. I roamed around and checked landmarks. I noticed that Windhaven (read Simploring 2019 (19) Windhaven) is gone as well as A way of Life (read Simploring 2019 (13) A way of life). But I still have the pictures and the memories. When I visited Amrum (read Simploring 2019 (48) Amrum) I got in contact with Jacky Macpherson who landscaped it, Jacky invited me to Norderney again, his own homestead that I visited first in 2017 (read Simploring 2017 (18) An unusal way to visit Norderney). Hence I spent a bit of time on the beach of Norderney and relaxed.

April 21st: Diomita at Norderney / Diomita with slave Flo at Heavy Bondage Club / Diomita with Angelique at Sublime Gardens

Later when roaming through the clubs I had a little roleplay at Heavy Bondage Club teasing and provoking a younger domme. Then slave Flo came inworld and we stayed a bit together at Heavy Bondage Club and we had a greedy at home. After slave Flo went to bed, I had another short roleplay at cub Domme a Domme .. and finally I met Angelique shortly at a Femboi Club named Sublime Gardens, a place she likes visiting lately because it is quite crowded and she got some contact there.
And that’s it about my 6th collaring day in Second Life.

Simploring 2019 (48) Amrum

When I came across Amrum on scoop.it SL Destinations I decided immediately that I had to visit it. Amrum is an island located in the North Sea, just south of the way more famous island Sylt. I’ve been on Sylt quite often, I know the climate, the environment and I enjoyed walking endless hours along the beach. And Amrum in Second Life?

Amrum in Second Life is an adult homestead designed by Jacky Macpherson and owned by Sunrise (Sunrise Avalanche). It is way smaller than the island in the physcial world and just has 3 houses. The name does fit nonetheless as Amrum in SL has a comparably long beach at one side (the side directed to the sea) and a greener and a bit more rocky shore on the other side. The vegetation consists of grass, beachgrass and some trees. You come across some horses and sheep that graze peacefully and seagulls circle above your head. You hear the sound of the sea rushing. And you even find two beach chairs, which are quite typical for the German coast. This all adds up to the feeling being on vacation on an island in the German North Sea.

The three houses don’t fit on a German island with regard to their style and architecture. They do fit to Amrum in Second Life though. The houses are public, at least I saw no single sign or read anything saying that they are private. And the doors are wide open, the curtains fly like flags out of the open windows. Hence I looked inside.

Impressions of Amrum (1) – The Meet&Talk house and the Event decking

The house near to the landing point offers space to sit on a large wooden terrace. Inside is just one large room that offers also places to sit and talk. From the other side you can see a yacht anchoring nearby and you can see at platform at the beach, which could be used for parties or events. I named this house the “Meet&Talk house”

Impressions of Amrum (2) – The Bedroom house

The second house I went into just has only one single room inside as well featuring a large (adult) bed and some decorations, hence I named it “Bedroom house”

Impressions of Amrum (3) – The BDSM house

The third house has two rooms, one of them is fitted with BDSM gear and furniture of high quality and is in my opinion quite stylish. I might make use of it for a session. I couldn’t refrain from testing some of the gear. The other room is decorated with erotic pictures, has a piano and some adult furniture and also looks quite stylish. I called this house “BDSM house”. What a vacation home!

Impressions of Amrum (4) – Varous spots to sit and enjoy

As mentioned above Amrum in SL has a quite long beach at one side of the island and I had fun walking along it. I sat in one of the beach chairs and I tried out several other opportunities to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. Quite close to the BDSM house is a nice place to meditate, another meditation point is closer to the Meet&Talk house.

More impressions of Amrum

Beside all of the above Amrum is a nice place to take pictures with a maritime background and to simply enjoy. When I visited Amrum the first time I met Inara Pey who was exploring Amrum riding her horse. We had a nice chat. Inara published her blogpost “Amrum in Second Life” just the same day.

Thank you Sunrise for sharing your sim with the public. I enjoyed my short trip to the North sea in Second Life!

Landmark to Amrum
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Amazonia/121/75/25
Inara Pey’s blog post “Amrum in Second Life”
https://modemworld.me/2019/04/08/amrum-in-second-life/

Simploring 2017 (18) An unusal way to visit Norderney

When I read the title “A return to Norderney in Second Life” in Inara Pey’s blog, I already knew that I had to visit. Norderney is one of the East Frisian Islands off the North Sea coast of Germany. The island is 14 by 2.5 kilometres,  having a total area of about 26.3 square kilometres and is Germany’s tenth-largest island. On the northern side of the island lies a 14 kilometres long sandy beach (read more about Norderney in wikipedia here).I visited the North Sea coast of Germany sometimes and the landscape is quite familiar to me. I don’t know if Linden Lab named the homestead sim or if it was named by the owner and creator of Norderney in Second Life, Jacky Macpherson. But from what I’ve seen, the sim is provides some of the environment and typical elements of the North Sea coast of Germany. For example there are sheeps. The sheeps play an important role at our coasts as they graze on the dykes protecting the coast. On the beach and on porches and terraces you will see often roofed wicker beach chairs. They are very cosy and you can spend a good time sitting in them even on windy days. Also typical are the many bicycles you’ll see in Nothern Germany. Of course you can find beaches everywhere in the world but together with these little elements you’d probably be in Germany.For my visit to Norderney in Second Life on Thursday, March 9th, I didn’t change but went there in my fetish outfit. That is for sure not the right outfit for a walk on the beach. But it adds a nice contrast and is something you resonably can only do in SL and not in reality (although it’s not illegal at all). And thus I got pictures of me in second life in an environment that I love in real. Kinky Diomita :-).

March 9th at Norderney in Second Life: Diomita Relaxing in a roofed wicker beach chair

Norderney offers many places to sit and cuddle, to dream and to watch. It is really beautiful and gets you into a relaxed mood. While I visited it was quite full there for Second Life, there were about 10 avatars exploring the island or enjoying the beach and the the mood. Thank you Jacky Macpherson for providing Norderney to the public.

Landmark to Norderney
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/8%208/26/177/1086
Inara Pey’s blog entry about Norderney
https://modemworld.me/2017/03/05/a-return-to-norderney-in-second-life/