Diving The Second Seas

Yesterday, Tak and I continued our scuba expeditions to places highlighted in Chey’s Deep Sea post. First we headed over to Cave Rau.

First of all, Cave Rau is beautiful above the surface and below.
Tak caught a ride on one of the seals racing around us.

Cave Rau was very beautiful and a lot of fun but was relatively small, so after exploring for awhile we headed over to the Varnian Sea. (UPDATE: Headborro says we were probably in New Babbage in the Nemo sims.) We knew it was a steampunk area but we didn’t have any steampunk scuba gear, so we quickly plunged into the sea hoping that no one would notice. At first we didn’t see anything just darkness, so we descended deeper and deeper into the darkness. Then we saw the most remarkable things.

Maybe 100 feet below the surface, we descended into the midst of a series of deep sea domes and a vast sub-sea tunnel system.
Everywhere we travelled there were giant structures, in essence it was a city beneath the sea.
We spent a very long time beneath the sea and pushed our air supply to the danger zone. Tak loved this deep sea place and talked about a home down here, but I have to admit I was a bit frightened by the disorienting drarkness.
We surfaced back in the harbor, far from where we began our descent.

Scuba has become one of the experiences that expand my relatonship with Tak. As we descend into these ocean waters it is easy to be immersed in scuba. So far we’ve found that these second seas are full of mystery and wonder.

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2 Responses to Diving The Second Seas

  1. Hiya – I think that steampunky stuff underwater was in New Babbage – if not, you should head over there! And to the wonderful Nemo sims 🙂

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  2. Yordie Sands says:

    Oh my HB! hehe I wondered where we were. We just took the SLURL in Chey's blog and jumped in from there. That underwater Nemo-world was truly amazing, and incredibly deep. Thanks for the feedback.

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