Visit Delicatessen in Porto
Meta Body Stage 1 here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Porto/128/128/21
Meta Body Stage 2 here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Porto/128/128/21
Meta Body Stage 3 here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Porto/128/128/21
Meta Body Stage 4 here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Porto/128/128/21
Capcat Ragu and Meilo Minotaur have another stage in their Delicatessen Meta Body II sim. If you have not been keeping up, these two have over time created interesting explores and now in 4 stages a large number of completely free avatars to discover and take along the way. They encourage photo taking and machinima and have Flickr places to put these.
Stage I: Sophia by Kikas Babenco, Golden Brown by Cold Frig, Gorgonia by Moki Yuitza, Amazonia by Wanda Beamish, Aquavariel Avatar by Fitch Woodrunner, Green Lagoon Man by Fuschia Nightfire.
Stage II: alpha.tribe Meta Body avatar by alpha.tribe, Chess by Cherry Manga, Alma Blood and Shiverdoll by Eila Magnolia, Christina by CapCat Ragu, darkdoll by Meilo Minotaur, Smoke by Ursula Floresby, Metamorphosis by Piedra Lubitsch. .
Stage III: Steam Boy and Wind Girl by Ggabriel Madruga, Blind Train by Eupalinos ugajin, Ragdohcchio by Veleda Lorakeet, appointment in the garden by Simotron Aquila, Can't stop dancing by Cherry Ravinelli.
Stage IV: Suppressed Red Ridiing Hood by Mimesis Monday, Cica's Meta body Avatar by Cica Ghost, Erato Fractal by Fuschia Nightfire, Hands Free Av and Vibranced Av by Serenvide, Cosmic Radiance by Rhojen Resident.
All the sound installation by: Takio Ro.
In stage one harvest your free avatars from the cocoon like pods in the tree.
In stage two grab your free avatars from a dark gallery hall of moving pictures.
In stage three pluck your free avatars from boxes on the side of a building surrounding a sort of being.
In stage four take the free avatars from glowing balls around the perimeter of a large tenticled sealike or alienlike creature.
(Peter and I in the chess avs)
(Then Yesikita showed up to try out some of the avatars)
Sure, once again I don't totally "get" all of the build or avatars, but they are cool and fun to explore and experience. I'm sure others have different ideas about what it's all about or means or maybe it's just for fun, which it is. Go and check it out for yourself and enjoy the many sites and freebies to be had.