Simploring 2021 (28) Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu

For my simploring tour on Thursday, June 24th, I picked “Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu” from scoop.it SL Destinations.

Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu: overview and orientation map / at the landing point

Luane’s World is a full adult region and consists of several sims: Le Monde Perdu is on the ground and in the skies you can find stores, the Magical World and 4 residential sims. Le Monde Perdu is the main sim: “a beautiful, romantic island far away from everything. A place where you can find inner peace, enjoy and relax.”

Impressions of Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu (1)

Luane’s world is owned by LuaneMeo and has been designed by and LuaneMeo and Gorba McMahon.
I visited Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu

Impressions of Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu (2)

Le Monde Perdu is an island in the form of a horseshoe. In the center you find a lot of waterfalls. You can walk around the island along the shore and beaches – and you can walk up on the mountains from where you have beautiful views on the island.

Impressions of Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu (3)

There’s not that much to write about Le Monde Perdu. It offers countless beautiful spots to sit and enjoy. It has a few houses with different characters, all of them are furnished. I walked around the whole island and tried out at least some of the spots to sit. For photographers like me, the sim offers great backgrounds. There are quite some animals at Le Monde Perdu, mainly birds, but I also saw some deers.

Impressions of Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu (4)

I took a lot of pictures – instead of writing a lot. You have to see it yourself *winks*

Impressions of Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu (5)

Le Monde Perdu is a sim just to enjoy – and I did enjoy my visit!

Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Le%20Monde%20Perdu/135/25/21
Luane’s World – Le Monde Perdu flickr
https://www.flickr.com/groups/luanes_world/

A winter’s Magical Mystery in Second Life

I visited this gem on December 23rd. It is just amazing. From the very first moment I was swept away into this wonderful world with it’s nothern lights, snowflakes and little stars. The whole atmosphere made me slowing down and relax. I enjoyed my visit very much. In the afternoon, I took Mistress Jenny to Magical Mystery and made the picture for our christmas card 2016 there.

December 23rd: My visit to Magical Mytery (1)

December 23rd: My visit to Magical Mytery (1)

December 23rd: My visit to Magical Mytery (2)

December 23rd: My visit to Magical Mytery (2)

December 23rd: My visit to Magical Mytery (3)

December 23rd: My visit to Magical Mytery (3)

Christmas 2016: Mistress Jenny and Diomita at Magical Mystery

Christmas 2016: Mistress Jenny and Diomita at Magical Mystery

Thank you Inara for this advice. Many thanks to the creators (Kaelyn Alecto, LuaneMeo and Gorba McMahon) and to Joonie Jatho for providing it to us all!

Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld

Magical Mystery, Folk Town; Inara Pey, December 2016, on FlickrMagical Mystery, Folk Town – click any image for full size

“Magic and Mystery await around every corner,” Joonie Jatho says of her Homestead region, itself called Magical Mystery. “Come explore and see if you can find all the enchanted, secret places!”

It’s an enticing invitation, and one well worth taking the time to accept. Designed on Joonie’s behalf by the combined talents of Kaelyn Alecto (responsible for  It All Starts With a Smile (which I last visited here), LuaneMeo (who designed Luane’s World – see here – with Kaelyn, and most recently opened Luane’s Magic World – see here), and Gorba McMahon, Magical Mystery presents visitors with a lot to see and discover.

Magical Mystery, Folk Town; Inara Pey, December 2016, on FlickrMagical Mystery, Folk Town

This is a rugged landscape, icy and cold – but it has a warm heart waiting to be found by those who seek its secrets. Tall shoulders of rock…

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