Having been reading a few SL blogs lately I was inspired to write something. After seeing this post by SL Bliss I decided to go and check out the sim she used for her background. I arrived at the photo location in the middle of the desert and began to explore. Having come across several “Danger” signs that I found myself approaching from the wrong side, I went in search of some kind of intended arrival point. After a rather long run through the desert (flying is disabled and there are four sims), I found what appeared to be a main inhabited area. A building on one side contained a vendor for a “Spice Scanner” and a machine for apparently trading in what you found for medical packs and such. Combined with the Danger signs it became clear there was some kind of damage system in place on the sims. Across from this was what appeared to be residential or commercial buildings, but I decided to try out the shuttle parked outside before exploring it. The shuttle took me on a rather bumpy ride (standard sl automated transport style) up to a space station. There are a number of different landing decks, a control room and a lounge bar up there.
If you stay on this path, you will arrive at the Araxes Desert FreePort in several days. At the FreePort you will find: Landing Docks for people wishing to engage in duty-free trade Local Merchants at the docks and on the path to Haven Haven Bar – a place of rest and respite Companion House – a place of rest, respite and companioning The Enclave – a village with housing available Entry to the Path to / thru the Deep DesertSo I followed the path which was not entirely empty … Arriving at the FreePort there’s plenty to explore As you can see from the last snapshot, the desert is extensive,you can enter it by walking to the rear of the Haven club, be wary on your explorations!