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365 days of SL, day 336

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Feb. 13th, 2013 | 11:05 am

365 days of SL, day 336:


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I explored on the ground at BG for a bit today; it's changed much in recent times, and for the better for that matter. One thing I found was a curious hole leading into the ground, underwater — it revealed a system of tunnels and caves, which I dutifully (and gleefully) explored. I really like secret underground passages and cavernous catacombs. :)

Much to my surprise, I eventually ended up in a Chinese diner underground:


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Judging by the menu (a larger, more readable version of which can be seen here), this one was called "The Belching Dragon" — and judging by the menu, it was probably run by Guy Fieri. :P Mmm, I think I'll have Chinese Fire Drill Soup, Burn Your Tongue Platter, Beef and Dried Pepper Spilled on Lap, and some Unfortunate Cookies.

...actually, on second thought, maybe I'll have the Health Inspector's Seafood Delight instead.

The rest of the evening was spent down there, BTW; although the diner was lacking seats (probably for the better!), I found some and rezzed us a cozy little corner. It's still there, too, assuming nobody has cleaned up after me. :) (Yes, that's me, always doing my share to leave the place a little better than I found it!)

Location: Black Gazza (83, 93, 14) (The Bondage Pagoda & Crimson Dervish Park)

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timberwoof

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from: timberwoof
date: Feb. 16th, 2013 07:37 pm (UTC)
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I am so tickled that you found and explored the place. That's why I built it, secretly hoping that someone would enjoy it.

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Schneelocke

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from: schnee
date: Feb. 16th, 2013 07:46 pm (UTC)
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Heh! It worked out splendidly, then — I love poking around in underground caverns and catacombs, exploring tunnels and mazes of twisty little passages, all alike. :)

The fact that this one wasn't immediately obvious appealed to me, too; I also like secluded little spots and hangouts, and the diner, located below ground in an unlikely location, is the perfect place for getting away from everything.

Edited at 2013-02-16 07:46 pm (UTC)

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