It took me some months of try and error until I was satisfied at last with my home place on the steepest mountainside on the mainlands (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Plebeja/217/187/223).
I wanted it to be a place of gardens and scenic views, with different places outdoor to have a quiet time away from the eyesores and the hectic of everyday Second Life. I wanted it to be a prestigious place to meet and greet fellow avatars, for group and business meetings and last but not least my own low lag sandbox on a spacious sky platform 😉
Feel free to visit as long as you wish. There is enough place and places for all kind of residents and (almost) everybody is welcome. Most of the time I’m up in the sky building – there I usually do not want to be disturbed.
But feel free to use the rest of the place 😉
On the landing point you will find a selection of freebie boxes with useful stuff for your second life. And the takeoff place for the free hang glider. DO NOT TURN RIGHT / WEST AFTER TAKEOFF! My neighbours have their banlines up. They want to keep their place private. Please respect that…
Follow the ramps or choose a location from the teleport pad to the gardens and up to the Top. On the roof you will find a small bar and the radio where you can change the music of the place to the radio station you like. You’re welcome to party 😉
Follow the wooden boardwalk all the way down to the road. You will find route 6, one of the most beautiful roads made by the LDPW moles. The trail starts at the railway station in Pavonia (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pavonia/45/132/130) and follows the mountainside to the start of the ancient Great Wall in Spini (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Athetis/101/15/128). Mount your horses and enjoy this very scenic route 😉
Please donate generously if you like the place. All donations will be in favour of the continuous elaboration and extension of Simple’s Lythria Zoo of all Things (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lythria/39/86/70).
And send a postcard of your visit in Plebeja to firstname.lastname@example.org 😉
be nice and have fun …