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Showing posts with label Xerie Savantes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Xerie Savantes. Show all posts

Friday, September 3, 2021

Romantic Date Ideas for Second Life: Xerei Savantes takes herself on a date



Guess who's back! Back Again! It’s time again for more romance with you tentacled reporter! This time I had to get creative and decided to take myself out on a date! A date by myself!? A date with yourself is self-care and it’s just as important! This time around we are exploring some romantic date ideas that you and your partner can go out to and do what couples do! So let's get down to brass tacks and show you guys the places I found for you on my self date.






For my first date, I took myself to Luna te Amo. For me, this place screamed nothing but romance. From the second you teleport in you are awashed with romance as you take in the beautifully done atmosphere. The welcoming ambiance envelopes you as you start to walk down the path and come to your choice at a T-intersection. Going left will take you out of the mists and on to a beach which is just as welcoming. You can continue along the boardwalk and loop back into the plaza of mists as I shall call it, or you can stop and enjoy the sights of the beach and relax by your lonesome as I did or snuggle up to your partner. If you choose to go right you will be welcomed by a nice path through a beautifully done water hall. Stop and enjoy a rest on a bench or continue on and take a seat at the end on the bridge to nowhere.


Luna te Amo:http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Feels%20Like%20Heaven/194/134/22






For my second date, I decided I wanted to go someplace whimsical, and with a name like Runaway Moon, I couldn’t resist. Let's just say that I didn’t disappoint myself at all. When you first get to Runaway Moon you are welcomed by a vibrant and welcoming landscape. As you start your ascension up the path please make sure to wander off so you can enjoy everything there is to see, I highly recommend the crystals. When you’re ready and continue your ascension up the path, close your eyes and hold your breath as you are transported through the mists to the cosmic staircase to continue your journey. When you reach the top you are greeted by a beautiful starry sky and the scenery makes it feel as if you just stepped into a dream. Enjoy the serenity and relax in a sea of clouds. Make sure to visit the edge and follow the small path to the end where you can enjoy a seat with a cosmic view but be careful not to fall or you’ll have to walk back up but then again, I don’t think that is a bad thing at all.


Runaway Moon:http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Runaway/163/202/22






It’s time for our third date and this time I decided to be my own sugar momma and went tropical. For the destination of my date I went to ~Suaka~ and let's just say I’m going to make sure sugar momma takes me back again. I instantly fell in love with everything about the place. From the post-colonial feel to the feeling of remoteness to the Asian architecture, all of it ties very nicely into a place for a perfect remote tropical date. Make sure to explore everywhere as you walk around taking in the sights of the beaches and the island, make sure you also enjoy the herd of elephants! At the end make sure you juice up your partner at the bar and then go find a spot on the beach to enjoy the nice tropical sky.


~Suaka~: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ValiumSL/136/142/32






I think it’s time for us to rest our weary feet and for our fourth date, we are going to do exactly that. After some time wandering the woods in the rain I found The Rainy Cafe and decided it was time for some more self TLC.  Coming to the cafe entails getting a little wet so if you don’t like sitting in wet clothes you might want to bring an umbrella or just make a quick dash to the front door. Once inside you are greeted with warmth and a feeling of home as you take a seat and enjoy a nice cup of tea and a snack with your partner. Enjoy the comfort of the atmosphere while listening to the rain outside in the trees. Use the time to talk about your dreams and desires in comfort in this cozy but romantic cafe.


The Rainy Cafe: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Jonestown/31/122/3352






For my final date, I took myself to Hypnotic Romance. After a long day, it’s time to grab your partner and go on what is the best date of all sometimes, doing nothing with company. Sometimes doing nothing is the most romantic date. Grab your partner and go visit Hypnotic Romance. Stroll through the tall grass and take them to one of the many spaces to just sit and relax. Wrap your arms around your partner as you enjoy a gorgeous sunset out over the water and start counting the emerging stars. I think I got to fifteen before I succumbed to the comfiness of my seat and dozed off. If you want relaxation upon arriving then I highly recommend Hypnotic Romance.


Hypnotic Romance: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hypnotic%20Romance/84/116/23




Preferred Contact:

Luna te Amo: ᴀᴍᴇʏᴀ ᴍᴏᴏɴ (innersakura2)

Runaway Moon: Bambiᵔᴥᵔ (norahbrent)

~Suaka~: Dandy Warhlol (terry.fotherington)

The Rainy Cafe: Evangeline Miles

Hypnotic Romance: MissB (missbehavin.neva)


Image Credit: Xerei Savantes

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Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Exploring the cultivated gardens of Second Life.- Xerie Savantes Reporting




Flowers are such pretty things. They can range from the tiniest to some of the most towering things that we see when we go out into nature. We have taken these little lovies of nature and have added them into our lives in various ways as we have evolved. For us, flowers have just as many meanings as there are flowers. A flower can symbolize love, life, death. Some can symbolize many things at once. For some symbology doesn’t matter, for some it does. The thing that we can all agree on though in the end is that we all love looking at flowers in one way or another. There is just something about flowers that we always enjoy and so I’m going to take you on a journey with me as I explore some of the gardens that we have in our wonderful second world.





The first stop we have isn’t your traditional garden but more of a cultivated forest, Garden of Dreams. It is a wonderful little forest that is filled with wildlife that skitters around while you explore. Albeit not large it has a variety of places that you can hang out by your lonesome or with a friend if you wish. The wooden benches and tables give it all a very lovely rustic feel that very easily induces relaxation. As you explore this cultivated forest makes sure that you find the little spots so you can enjoy some nice views as well.


Garden of Dreams: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Garden%20of%20Dreams/161/94/36







Our second destination is Angel Manor and Garden. When I came to this garden I was surprised by the sight that I saw. The manor is gigantic but gives you a nice sense of the type of garden you are in. As you look around you’ll see that you are indeed in a manor estate. It made me feel as if I had been planted into an estate that you see in the movies, even down to the gardens. They are very well planned and everything is in its proper place. As I walked around enjoying the sights of the estate gardens it was evident that the creator had a very specific plan for what they wanted and did it very well. It’s truly like walking through an actual estate garden, even complete with a ginormous swimming pool.


Angel Manor and Garden: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Angel%20Manor%20Garden/246/69/21






Next stop on the train!! For this stop, we will be visiting another estate but my journey ended at the Greenhouse. It is a small garden but beautiful on its own but it is inside the Greenhouse where the real beauty is. Once you enter the building you are transported to what feels like an old era greenhouse. The flowers inside are simple but stunning. The arrangement of the interior makes it a very nice place to come and relax and to hide away and to smell some flowers or even hide and work while surrounding yourself with a gorgeous setting.


Greenhouse: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Greenhouse/236/53/25





For this next stop, we are driving right into the center of Bay City and making a stop at the Arboretum. It’s a small building but inside it hides some awesome plants. No journey of exploring gardens is complete until you visit a garden that can kill you. Inside the Bay City Arboretum, you will find plants such as those. They host a nice variety of exotic plants that range from ones that will just straight out eat you to plants that fae even turns into weapons and we all know how...fickle the fae can be, so watch out! 

Bay City Arboretum: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bay%20City%20-%20Dennis/244/145/26





Now for our last stop, you might need some scuba gear. As for me I just threw on my tentacles and grabbed my cephalopod companion and just dived right on into the Lost Garden of Thera. This garden I fell in love with the second I saw it. This underwater garden earned its palace on my trip for its sheer beauty alone. As you walk or swim through this garden that was lost to time you will find yourself walking along paths of beautiful coral and other numerous underwater fauna. If you don’t have your own companion like I did, don't worry because there are plenty of fish in this sea to keep you company as you explore and fall in love with its vibrant colors. Just keep an eye out for stray tentacles or don’t. We don’t judge here.


Lost Garden of Thera: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/EREBOR/146/255/3





Preferred Contacts:

Garden of Dreams: Kayle Matzerath

Lost Garden of Thera: Tymus.tenk

Angel Manor and Garden: Kezzy Forwzy (Estate Manager)

Bay City Arboretum: CC Columbo

Greenhouse: Drwyndwn.Tyne


Image Credit: Xerei Savantes

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