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Scandalous Outdoor Activity: Sex in Public on Blake Sea

In my last post I told you DouDou (also called Dave) joined me traveling around the Gaeta continent. Remember? NO? Well. Here is the story:

The Forgotten Continent

DouDou follows this blog.

Last time we met In-World he called me up on this statement I made in the Gaeta story:

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The Forgotten Continent

East of the corsica continent and actually connected to corsica via a small ocean you find Gaeta 5. I call it the forgotten continent.

Why?

Maybe it’s just me. Maybe it’s because I never cared about Gaeta and did not even consider including it in my sailing around the world series. But then again, I have never met people who said things like: “Hey, I have a cool home on Gaeta 5”, or “have you seen that lovely destination on Gaeta 5?”

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Seeking a Sugar Daddy – Ride on Blake Sea

This it what it says on Charleens profile:

Open minded girl who would enjoy being spoiled by a wealthy Gentlemen. In return I would be his pleasure girl and companion whenever he needs me and for all his fantasies. Will you be my sugar daddy?

Loves to go shopping. Well, don’t we all like that? Not new in SL, just a fresh start. Interested in sailing, flying planes , music events and photography.

Also love sex..

Pretty clear mission statement isn’t it? Did not work out so far. Not that there are no guys who would play that way, but the first one I had to give this a try was not happy with the frequency of sex (or the associated cost) and the second found a true girl friend.

People do read profiles. So eventually somebody who likes the idea (and can afford it), might make contact, I thought. Yes that actually could work. Yesterday I went to one of my favorite adult beaches. No plan, no intentions, just hanging out and wait for things to happen.

I was bored and about to leave when this tall guy started talking to me. I told him, I am about to leave and go sailing.

Sex Beach in Second Life

 

“If you want you can join me for a little ride on blake sea”, I said . I meant a ride on the boat not on myself, at least for now. He didn’t have a clue what blake sea is. I am always a bit surprised that only few people actually know about the biggest sail-able continent in Second Life. I took him with me to a rez island.

Rez Point in Blake Sea- Spyglass Sim
Rez Point in Blake Sea- Spyglass Sim

He was startled about the sheer size and beauty of the surrounding regions. Out comes the yacht and seconds later I am setting sail, taking course South heading for Honah Lee Islands. He commented on the exciting panorama referring on my bottom, not the beautiful landscape of the island ahead of us (little fun fact: the island ahead of us was Caroline’s home island).

Sailing Blake Sea

 

Under excellent wind conditions, we made quite a bit of millage. Passing the entire coast line of Hona Lee, going as far as Francis Deep – mermaid territory. We actually saw one diving under the boat. He was astonished that such creatures actually exist in Second Life.

“When I was approaching you on the beach, I actually was attracted by what your profile states. But now I found a real treasure, I am happy we did this wonderful trip” he remark at that stage.

“Ok, so you fancy the idea of having me as your sugar babe”, I inquired. “Well, to be honest, I would not be interested, you seem to be fun being with and frankly you are very sexy!”

I smiled, and decided to take a little break in front of this what I thought to be almost deserted coast. We talked there for a while, about land and having a home in Second Life as well as how I actually got the boat and my previous failed attempts to become a rich man’s kept girl.

Sailing Blake Sea

 

Then he said:

“I don’t want to lie to you, I just came back from a break in Second Life and I am not sure how much time I will be able to spend in Second Life. Hence if you find in the meantime another guy as your sugar daddy, do not wait for me”.

“We will see”, I replied, “let me show you the inside of the boat, By accident I clicked on the “shower” button in the menu (as opposed to sit in cabin) and found myself standing in the shower having his hand touching my private parts.

“I like that, maybe time to take of my pants”, he cheekily said. You know were this is leading, don’t you? I pulled him out of the shower, sat him on the couch and started to get into action.

Charly's Blow Jobs Second Life
Charly’s Blow Jobs

Later we moved onto the bed. Despite of his not really perfect English, he proved to be a pretty good emoter.

Finally we went on the deck, he almost at the point of cuming where he took me in the ass, which he had all the time in front of his face whilst sailing. I knew this is risky, as we were in a public M-rated region. We could get caught by anyone, anytime, fucking in public.

Getting Anal Fucked
Getting Anal Fucked

It had to happen. Another yacht was passing us, right in this moment. It was then that I realized we are actually mooring close to a yacht club. I should have check before, but hey, spontaneous sex by surprise – you do not start planing or relocating when that happens, you just do it there and then. The danger of actually getting caught is the extra kick in this anyway. Ask Cathy, she knows exactly what I mean.

Yacht Club Blake Sea
The sign on the right belongs to the Yacht club

It didn’t have any consequence, no report, no complaints. The other sailor actually passed us three times, probably enjoying the view himself. Not an ever day perspective to see a sexy girl getting ass-fucked on the deck of a yacht, I guess.

However, we decided to go under deck after he released himself in my ass.

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I am curious, if this leads to anything more. I will keep you updated! And as always: comments are welcome and appreciated.

Sailing with Caroline and Joy

Dear Carol’s readers,

It has been ages I did not post on this blog. I am very happy to write again here as it reminds me kindly my shy beginnings under Caroline’s scrutiny, following her advice to try to make it well, and more importantly to enjoy the experience, look at what was my first post then. Well, I am still alive after more than one year of blogging and definitely not ready to give up, my own blog is working fine and I am creating a little community there.

Caroline and I are now, unfortunately, very sporadically online at the same time. Something I deeply regret since I had a lot of excellent times with her, some nice adventures I like to remember, and a few intimates encounters too. That day when I came online was very special: you guessed it, Caroline was online, but not only her, some time later, Joy as well, another old friend I knew when Caroline was still running the mansion. Joy is actually the former girlfriend of Dainiz, himself being the former business partner of Caroline … a business that ended with a lot of grief.

I do not remember if I contacted Caroline first, or if it was the other way around but we very quickly agreed to meet. Caroline was about to sail on her nice little boat. I slipped into my swimsuit and joined her in the harbor where she parked (not sure this is the proper word for sailors) her boat.

The wind was good and very quickly I was not able to see the coast anymore. Caroline is definitely a skilled skipper and she knew exactly where she was headed to. She managed some very dangerous maneuvers while calmly talking to me. All I had to do was to enjoy the fantastic sceneries of the sea, the beaches we were sailing along. I have no memory of where we were, but definitely Caroline should be able to fill the gaps. I just enjoyed the caress of the sun while admiring the perfect bottom of Caroline * giggles * , well discreetly and with class off course! 

At sunset, we stopped over at a little exotic harbor and took Joy on board. We resumed our little journey in the soft darkness of a calm night, with only the moon to light us up. Joy did not change a lot actually, she always dresses with style, even when we are talking of a simple bikini, she knows how to add accessories to give her that indescribable class. We chatted the three of us for some time, catching up, telling each others our little stories, findings and projects.

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I did not see the time passing, alas I had to leave them a lot earlier than I would have expected. I forced them to stop by again to let me disembark. I waved them goodbye until the boat vanished in the darkness of the night. I left with a wide smile crossing my face.

Not much happened as you can see, but definitely this is those moments who actually count. Just like the real life, it is not always when you are having an active life, running and doing a lot of things at the same time that you enjoy your life better … maybe some do, not me. No actually I prefer those calm moments when you have time, when you can take the time to discover more your acquaintances, your friends, your lover. Second Life definitely adds to the magic of these moments, because in a second, you can teleport yourself, in a fantastic place, with some of your friends who can live on the other side of the planet. I know this is all basics of Second Life, but I wanted to share this again as I am never tired of experimenting these magic evenings or afternoons.

Be well all, enjoy your second life the much you can, meet your friends and discover the world !! Caroline, please show us again, set sail to new destinations, and give us the inspiration to be discoverer as well and share with others.

Kiss, kiss

Catherine.

Sailing around the World – Last Part – Coming Home!

The Eastern Coastal Waterways of Satori did not offer anything spectacular. Long shores, mainly dotted with private homes, beach, buildings, the usual stuff. The only thing worth to mention was at an edge of the continent, this airport which potentially could have blocked the waterway. However they did build it in a way so you can actually sail through under the runways. Very considering of them.

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It took us a while to reach the Eastern shores of Nautilus. „Us“ means me Leo and an old friend of mine called Pizarro . He joined us for part of the journey.

Night was fallen over Nautilus when we took course east. Actually that was rather difficult, as we had to cruise against the wind. But soon we reached our destination and Leo said: „Hey this looks familiar“.

Of course it does. Coming home after a long trip around two major continents of the mainland I docked the yacht on its home moor.

Nice end of the trip and this storyline isn’t it?

However, there is still a lot to discover. I haven’t been yet on the Northern shores of Corsica nor on the Gaeta continent. There is also the „old“ Mainland, which is not connected to the continents I was exploring.

I will make that part of a new storyline.

Oh and by the way, we celebrated coming home in the kitchen, Caroline style see pics here: Second Life Sex Pictures

Sailing around the World – Part 10 – Satori

We did not do it in the end. What? Well, having sex in that chapel which Leo and myself discovered the last time. We met there right after I have been booked for an one hour sex encounter by this fan. I wrote about that in my last post. I had enough sex for the day and we decided to continue the journey instead. Poor Leo 😉

We were still stuck on that sea surrounded by landmasses. There was no way to get to that ocean between the Nautilus and what is called the Satori continent in the South of the mainland by boat. Hence once again the seaplane was our best option.

This time it worked out very well. Smooth take off, no turbulence on the way and I managed to actually land the plane as opposed to crash it somewhere. Finally arriving at the main ocean between the continents on the South coast of Nautilus.

 

 

Here we found something which could be of interest to anyone of you dear readers who want to try or practice sailing himself. There is this small public sailing club where you can rez boats and you get some freebies too, such as appropriate cloth. There are maps of the region too and it looks like the owners occasionally arrange races here. Probably a good start to get into this fun activity in Second Life.

 

 

Anyway, time to set sail again to cross the ocean , taking course South West heading for Satori. Crossing about six or seven open water regions, land in sight! We reached the North of Satori – a milestone in my attempt to travel around the mainland.

 

 

Did not take me long to find a place to moor the boat. This rather interesting airport right on the coast had a moor for the coastguards. One side was actually not used, so I decided to anchor here hoping the owner doesn’t mind. The owner actually did contact me about it a few days later, asking very friendly if I want to come and get my boat back. I told him I will come soon and write about this place – but that is a story for another post.

Here the taxi:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mbokomu/65/211/49

 

 

Stay tuned , to be continued soon.

Sailing around the World – Part 8 – Reaching West Coast of Nautilus

As you know from part 7, I tried to fly over the the South coast of Corsica in order to find waters easier to sail. I tried several times but did not succeed to reach that airport close to sailable waters. Either I got kicked out from security orbs or crashed into skxboxes.

I tried one last time and decided, if it doesn’t work out this time, I will walk to the shores. Almost, I almost reached my target, but crashed yet again into some rubbish in the sky. At least I was wearing my parachute, so at least I had a fun glide down to the grid.

Down on the ground, I saw saw a typical mainland scenery. Several parcels being build with weird stuff on it, even with wall paper around parcels, banlines and nothing actually fits together:

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But I saw the sea! Not to far away I could see the shores of that ocean connecting Corisca to Nautilus again. At least that is what I thought it is. I also saw a bit further down a huge tree and something that looked like a garden. The closer I got to that parcel, the more curious I became. Finally I arrived on a huge parcel with beautiful gardens, waterfalls, caves, a superb beach on which one is even allowed to rez. Fantastic, here I can rez my boat and continue my journey.

But before I did so I strolled alone this place with Leo (who I Tped over) and took some pictures for you
Here the Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dura/203/200/23

We decided to move on. I rezed the boat and off we went. It was then that I realized: Fuck, I didn’t make it to the ocean, there are tow regions between us and open waters. But we were lucky, we found a passage through those regions in our way. It was tricky to move the boat there as it was very narrow passage. I actually used the engine not the sails.

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Finally we reached the open waters of Nautilus, yeah! Setting sail and a strong East wind lead us with 9 kts average speed to the shores of Nautilus.

At a small yacht club on its Western coast I moored the boat. I actually felt as if I had traveled in time. This marina looked like Second Life in 2007. Those of you who have been in SL that year might remember those guys with a small penis syndrome. Those who compensated their lack of manhood with huge luxury motor yachts, pretending to be part of the rich and famous society.

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Those yachts do not actually move. They simply stand stand there in a marina and serve their respective owners as a home. Fine with me. Those guys hire escorts. I might actually make some money in this port.

By the way:

You can rez boats in the marina. I great place to discover the water ways of Nautilus.
Give it a try! Here the Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Oggy/132/33/22

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Sailing around the World – Part 6 – The Infohub in the Ocean

It has been some time since I continued writing about my trip around the world. I did actually continue the trip as such some time ago, but didn’t really have a chance to follow up on it on the blog.

What was that last I reported. Let me think. Yes, I have been on the South coast of Corsica with Toni my room mate. You remember? If not check it out. We did something really naughty back then: reaching Corsica.

After that I set sail taking course to the West (actually I had some passengers with me this time, members from Caroline’s Swinger Mansion). It was then that I learned there is yet another huge sailing area in Second Life: The Linden Ocean. This is the sea which connects the two continents Corsica and Nautilus. Between the two you find approximately 100 sail-able open water regions. So all of you sailors out there: If you get tired of the blake sea, try the Linden Ocean for a change.

It was good fun sailing on so many open waters. Then I discovered something really bizarre. I reached a small island somewhere in the middle of this big ocean. Checking the land profile quickly, I realized that it is Linden Lab owned land.

For those new to Second Life: The mainland of Second Life is operated and administrated by Linden Lab directly. They actually sold most mainland regions to Second Life residents. If you have a premium account you can buy land on the mainland from small parcels of just 512 m² up to entire regions of 65.000 m². Most of it is actually sold already, so the only way to obtain a nice parcel in a popular area, is actually buying it from another Second Life resident who then transfers ownership to you for a take over fee. The later can be quite high in some areas and you responsible to pay the tier to Linden Lab once the transfer is completed.

If you do so, you pay every month an amount what is called tier fee (in USD) for the hosting and you now own that parcel. You can resell it, rent it out to someone else or simply build stuff on it. Whatever you build on your mainland parcel must be compliant with the general rules for the mainland.

Some of the regions of the mainland however are still owned by Linden Lab. You can see that looking into the Land-info where it shows the owner of the parcel. Whenever you see an avatar called „Governor Linden“, it is Linden owned land.

I was curious of course about why would the Governor reserve an open water sim with a small island on it, in a less than populated area. Thought and done. I moored my yacht and off I went to discover the island.

Anchoring at the Infohub
Anchoring at the Infohub

 

You can not imagine my surprise when I realized:

It is an Info Hub!

Sign with broken Link!
Sign with broken Link!

Ok for those who don’t know what that is: Infohubs are areas where people can set their home landing spot (if you do not own land yourself) and (as the name suggests) you find Information about Second Life, such as tutorials or links to other sources.

Most of these Infohubs are fairly busy. The reason being is they are regions frequented by many new residents when they leave orientation island. They are starter points in Second Life and many new residents come back to them for having set their start location at an Infohub. In addition when you are logging into Second Life to the last location you have been and that region is not available for whatever reason, you automatically get redirected to the nearest Infohub.

The later can be rather embarrassing when your last location was your bedroom or a sex sim and you had sex before logging out but did not bother to put some cloth on before logging out. It does happen! You have been warned. Actually my regular readers know who probably would have fun flashing naked at an Infohub by accident.

Cathy, I dare you: Flash at a G rated Infohub!

Anyway, lets have a closer look at this Infohub in the middle of nowhere.

It is totally senseless in my not so humble opinion. This Infohub could have been a great location to introduce new residents to sailing or other water sports. Maybe with a social gathering point, even some free boats to try, tutorials about how to. Maybe even with some Linden coaches to answer questions or proactive help noobs with technicalities.

There was none of that.

Some buildings with nothing in them, a couple of signs with broken links, a boat which only serves as deco. Totally useless exercise. There was nothing to do, nothing to learn – no wonder the few noobs I spotted seemed rather lost. This island is yet another prove for the lack of imagination of the Lindens when it comes to content creation.

Useless deco ship
Useless deco ship

I actually asked some of the people I met there: “Why are you here, there is nothing to do and not many people around either”. One answered: “We land here as starting point because its quite. I personally do not want to check in at those busy Infohubs with all their drama and hundreds of silly noobs”.

Links to a youtube channel
Links to a youtube channel

Ok point taken. In another words: If you actually look for a dead place for check into Second Life ,to be away from it all, this is the perfect spot! The strangest thing of all was this: I noticed there is something in the water. I dived into it and saw this:

Zombies!

 

A number of abandoned avatars (at least 10) under water, all in “away mode”. I tried to speak to them, sent an IM, no reaction at all. This remained a mystery to me: Why do several Residents “park” their avatars here in the ocean? Anyone can shed some light on this?

Then please leave a comment!

I could not rez here either. Hence I sailed to the near coast of Corsica where I discovered a little airport, which b its very nature allows rezing. More on that in my next post from the story-line “sailing around the world”. From here I will continue my trip next time. Stay tuned!

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Getting You up to Date

Yes, I know! I have not written much recently. Shame on me. Not that I don’t want to, but I probably did not have enough inspiration recently and I do not want to write just to fill an empty page. However don’t worry, I will be back here soon. Today I just want to update you about what is happening in my Second Life:

Toni has a home now!

My regular readers will remember Toni. The guy I met about a year ago, when he was still this typical inexperienced noob. For those who don’t know that story, check it out here: Toni lessons in love.

Anyway, Toni is certainly no noob anymore, and he even decided to get a piece of land on a blake sea island called „Ibiza“. This is in the Northwest corner of the blake sea, clos to the Nautilus east coast. I think I got him hooked on sailing in Second Life too. He got himself this small but very pretty house you can see here.

I actually help him decorating it with some furniture I had in my inventory. It is stuff I got from an advertiser to evaluate it. He added me to the land group and I can actually use his home too. In fact Toni doesn’t mind guests at all. So if any of you guys and girls want to drop by, bring some drinks with you and say hello to Toni.

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Looks quite cosy doesn’t it?

I invited my friend Abi over too, and we did spend a couple of nice hours there. Actually, I haven’t seen him very often recently due to me being too busy with my sailing trip and the job at Magic Angels. I guess we will spend more time from now, especially as we are thinking about dating couples. Yes, we will explore the swinger scene in Second Life together. Stay tuned, this is going to be extremely hot and sexy!

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I have a new moor

A girl I recently met, rented me a place on her Island to moor my yacht. It is an Island being part of the „Loonah Lee Magic“ region in blake sea. The best thing about it is : I can use the entire island as well. Probably one of the nicest private islands I have ever seen in Second Life. However, this will be my temporary home, as Vendi will be moving in a couple of weeks to the South Coast of the Corsica continent where she will open a new marina. More on that in a later post!

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Magic Angels got a redesign

The Magic Dream Angels, is now the Magic Angels Club. But not only the name changed slightly. Mel did a great job in redesigning the club. We have now a stylish terrace righ on the sea front. The party area with a dance floor and the bar is now the main focus and meeting point. She got rid of the house on the cliff, which hardly anyone was using anyway. She kept the underwater dome however as well as the romantic beach island.

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If you want to see yourself or join us for some fun time here is the taxi:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Divirian/92/97/48

Whats next?

I will continue my trip, where I last left it (South Coast of Corsica). So for those interested in mainland geography you will soon read about the coast of Corsica as well as the roads of that continent. I actually bought myself a motorbike for that purpose. Once we have seen enough of that part of the mainland, I will set sail again and continue the trip crossing the Linden ocean towards the straight of Nautilus.

Other stories will include „Crack Den“ role play, exploring Gor in Second Life and Abi and my attempt to actually date couples.

Of course, in-between I will occasionally check into Magic Angels and if something really hot comes my way at work, you will read about it here (if participants give me permission to do so).

Whats your favorite story?

Please leave in the comments, which storyline is your favorite, what do you want to read about here next? Creck Den, gor, my sailing trip, the swinger scene or the escort story? Or is there something totally different you wanted to know but didn’t dare to ask?

Tell me about it and I will explore it for you!