Anyway. I went on by foot. Heading straight to the east to find Road 13. A pretty colorful journey and one of my longest photo-series in a single post I guess!
|Remonta - a tropical space snow-globe or so...|
|Nevergo - pouting after I hit a banline|
|Hellish - virtual wind-turbines are cute, aren't they? But no, don't get me started about the energy-consumption of the Second Life grid...|
|Paraholic - Safe Harbour - and a nice looking one too.|
|They got already Osama - he will be next...|
|Whippendom - an airplane-wreck, a whale sceleton, a teddy and a takeaway... I guess its impossible to reconstruct the incident which happened here.|
|Ooooh - a piece of home! A pretty sticky one though.|
|Quirrola - it couldn't be more subtle.|
|I bet her name is Mary Jane|
|The interior is confusing and laggy to say the least. While I first thought its sheer incapacity of the builder I think now its a sales strategy simulating a trip. Too bad you barely can focus on anything they try to sell here though...|
|camping! Good Lord I haven't seen such places for ages.|
Silly texture-scripts, particle overkill and a very unfortunate design made the whole shopping mall to a memorable experience. You can compare it with walking through a colourful, blinking, shiny dough which gives you no chance to concentrate on something for longer than half a second. However, the total composition gives the place its unique charme - sort of ;-)
I was pretty happy though when I finally found out.
|Quirrola - well... what should I say about this shop? At least it has less blingbling.|
|Quargar - Fort Machism I suppose... can you imagine something worse than teenie-latino-wannabe-machos playing soldier?|
Well, lets say I hope they're teens... either teens or retarded adults ;-)
Btw: you can turn the annoying fog they want to conceal their place off with turning your particles to zero. But actually... its perhaps not a bad idea not seeing it at all...
|Planodyes - OMFG - Im back on the road!!!|
|Today's reconstrucition of the route is more guessing again. It was a pretty eventful (and in some cases very colorful) journey but I'm glad to be back on the road again. My journey is still supposed to be a bike tour after all ;-)|