Simploring 2020 (66) Coasta Verde

For my simploring tour Monday, September 28th, I picked Coasta Verde from scoop.it SL Desinations. It led to a post from Susann Decuir “Simtipp: Coasta Verde (Moderat)” (in German) and that was really a teaser for going there on the spot.

The landmark description is short and doesn’t fully reveal what you can expect there (a lot!): “Coasta Verde. Visitors are welcome, beach, hangout, relax, explore

Coasta Verde – overview and orientation map

Coasta Verde is a moderate homestead owned and designed by Night (Nightwatcher Stormcrow). And it is incredible what Night made with less than 5000 prims – Chapeau!

The landing is in the center of a long promenade at the beach. Your first view goes over the large beach to the lighthouse. The scenery is hazy, it almost feels a bit cold and damp. Well it is Autumn. If you turn around you see a fair with a ferris wheel and a large fall tower (Madfall). Behind the fair is a mountain ridge that melts into the high mountains of the sim surround.

Impressions of Coasta Verde (1) – around the landing point / the beach / the lighthouse

I first went on the beach with its many opportunities to sit and watch, just the cold and damp weather doesn’t really invit to sit – that’s how many beaches look like at this time of the year. I walked along the beach and went to the lighthouse first. Below the lighthouse you find two cosy places, one tent and one campfire. Above the campfire is a balloon. Try sitting on it to have a nece view over the whole place.

Impressions of Coasta Verde (2) – the campfire with the balloon / Irish pub / a view on the fair

I went back to the promenade, visited the Irish pub and enjoyed the view on the fair, which is for sure one of the hightlights of Coasta Verde. I had fun! I tried out the fall tower (Madfall), which is quite well made, I tried out the swingboat (that offers only different seating poses for pictures) and I tried the ferris wheel. The ferris wheel is fully operational. It stops at the highest point so that you can have a view and take pictures. Just great!

Impressions of Coasta Verde (3) – fair fun: Madfall / swingboat / ferris wheel

I finally tried out the carousel (Shell Shocked) – another fun ride. Next to the carousel is the source for the scary noises that I heard all the time in the background – a graveyard. And fitting to the season some scary zombies were around, seemingly trying to catch me.
No fair without food and drinks. At the other end of the fair is a bar and restaurant offering places for a break after all the fun.

Impressions of Coasta Verde (4) – the crousel (Shell Shocked) / graveyard with zombies / bar and restaurant

I visited the next highlight – the Wolf Ridge Asylum. You can grab a notecard in the entry hall when you dare to step close to the wall: “Welcome to the Wolf Ridge Asylum. Closed and abandoned in the late 1970s, former residents have recounted tales of ghastly trials and demented attempts to cure the mentally disturbed. One in particular, a nurse of the facility spoke …. ”
I recommend to get the full text and to enjoy your scary visit. Ghosts are round and the above mentioned nurse. You can gat a flashlight at the wall as well ….. I managed to take on picture with a ghost.

Impressions of Coasta Verde (5) – Wolf Ridge Asylum

Finally I went to Bates Motel and to the Psycho house. Have a look into the rooms of the motel. Every room showcases another scary scene – bloody, scary, just great. Of course the Psycho house is home for ghosts, one welcomes you already on at the entrance stairs. And those inside seem to be quite alive. Next to the Psycho house is another graveyard and two more ghosts.

Impressions of Coasta Verde (6) – Bates Motel and Psycho House

Coasta Verde is a very well made place. It offers a lot of fun as there’s so much to explore and to discover. The fair is really well made. Beside of all this fun, Coasta Verde is excellent built with a lot of fitting details. And for the Halloween season, it is just perfect. I will return for sure and enjoy this place.
Thank you, Night, for sharing this place publicly. I had fun on my first visit!

Landmark to Coasta Verde
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Serena%20Cay%20Verde/147/129/28
Susann Decuir’s Simtipp: Coasta Verde (Moderat)
https://mein-zweites-leben.blogspot.com/2020/09/simtipp-coasta-verde-moderat.html

Simploring 2017 (20) – Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island

Saturday night, March 18th, Mistress Jenny and I took the slaves Flo and puppy Adarra to Mesmerize Dungeon and later to Heavy Bondage Club. Besides exposing our slaves in their March outfit, we had in mind to find profiles with new places to explore. We had in mind to do some kinkploring. Unfortunately we didn’t have much success but we had a relaxing night out and chatted a lot while exchanging thoughts about profiles and about what we read.

March 18th at HBC: slave Flo, Mistress Jenny, Diomita and slave puppy Adarra

Finally we decided to see two places, one which was definitively new for us and one, that we wanted to revisit after a few years. The new landmark was disappointing as it was just an empty BDSM club, and the place we wanted to revisit was gone and replaced by another non adult sim. Then slave Adarra proposed to visit a sim that she found with the search for RLV sims – Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island.
We arrived at the landing point next to several boards with information. Quite close to the landing point is an old castle tower and two meeting area’s. I was attracted by a teleport pad which I tried and which led us to an separate smaller island just close to the main island where we landed. On this little island is a ruin of an old castle and within the ruins there’re some possibilites for BDSM play. We left the island again, returned to the landing point and found an entrance to a room that was built under the island. A single room with an isolation cell and some equipment for torture, just perfect for a kidnapping for example. Mistress Jenny just quickly tried out one of the torturing equipment with slave Flo, a metal grid where the victim is tied on. You can use electricity or water with high pressure for torture. As it was time for bed for slave Flo and time for Mistress and me to retreat we left the Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island again. After Mistress and the slaves went to bed, I returned to the island and completed exploring it. Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island seems to be a classic place to go to for many people particular for the German BDSM scene, to which we’re not as connected to. The group for the island has more than 500 members and there’re regular events and contests. Right now for example there’s a photo contest ongoing. Although it was already late in Germany, there were still around 10 people on the island. I explored the buildings on the main island, a larger house which is quite cosy, a greenhouse, a smaller house and the castle tower next to the landing point. There are really plenty places for play or to cuddle. The island itself is very beautiful and photogenic. The castle tower offers several rooms, all equipped with bondage furniture or other bdsm gear. The landmark description Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island is quite inviting: “Feel free to do whatever you like. BDSM Bondage Femdom Miss Dom Sub Slave Switcher RLV Voice Playground deutsch, inspiring for your art & photography“. From what I saw, we will for sure return.
Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island is owned by Susann DeCuir, who is writing a blog named “Mein Zweites Leben” (My Second Life). I will add the link to the active blogs section on the sidebar. Her blog is in German and it contains all around Second Life and covers a broad variety of themes. It is about BDSM news, sims, fashion, events, furniture and gear, Linden Lab, just about everything that is connected to her second life and she shares it. She’s writing this blog since 2009 and has around 4.000 (!) blog entries so far, quite impressive. So if you understand German, you should keep an eye on it.
Thank you Susann for providing your sim to the public and for your blog.

Landmark to Angel of Pain’s BDSM Island
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hunters%20XIX/146/163/22
Susann DeCuir’s blog “Mein Zweites Leben”
http://mein-zweites-leben.blogspot.de/