365 days of SL, day 146:
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One of the downsides of being around anthro planes (and there's surprisingly many of them) is that you'll occasionally end up with a wing in your face. :P
But we didn't just sit around last night, we also went to visit a sim called Schneeberg — can't skip that one, now can I? Alas, it turned out to be an ocean sim that was LITERALLY just ocean, without any dry land, or even so much as underwater decoration — plants, fish, whatever have you:
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I could see something white up above at one point, but upon breaching the surface, I found it was only the moon in the night sky, previously distorted by my being underwater. (Those who're not on SL can see the effect on day 30.)
There was building in other sims nearby; Schneeberg is a homestead sim (not a void sim, curiously enough), located at the north edge of Gaeta I, but the surrounding areas seemed like works in progress, too, at least the ones we surveyed.
At least I can say I've also been to Gaeta I now, though; I neglected to mention it on day 129, but it's another continent, mostly unfinished. (Concerning its relationship with Gaeta V, I gather that there's eventually supposed to be five smaller, linked continents all called Gaeta something.)
I think that means I've been to all the continents, too; the only one not explicitely covered was Sansara, and it turns out that e.g. the piano bar from day 43 is located there. Of course, I'm still not familiar with most — heck, I'm not even familiar in any real sense with my sort-of-home-continent, Jeogeot.
But I'm having fun, so there. :)