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5th Aug 2007, 09:30 AM
Mine would be Takemizu Village! I love Japanese things! I've always wanted to wear a kimono but it's sort of hopeless since I'm from the Philippines. I wanted to wear one for Halloween which would be bloody. I hope that I can go to Japan someday and study there. Oh, another thing about Takemizu Village, I could torcher some of my Filipino elder sims into going in Takemizu Village since they would remember the Japanese occupation in the Philippines (note that some elders here in my country are doing it too, and I hate it when they freak out once they see a Japanese). MWAHAHAHA!!!! STUPID ELDER JAPANESE-PHOBIC HATERS!!!!!
5th Aug 2007, 10:41 AM
Same here. I've always had a fascination with Japanese culture and traditions, and it will be lovely to experience that one day. I remember feeling really annoyed that my school did a Japanese Culture day each year for the Year 12s, but when my turn came around, I was on a Geography fieldwork trip for that week. I really wanted to be able to dress up in a kimono too...
Oh well, one of my friends has promised that one day me, him, and one of our other friends will go there one day. He's got contacts other there, from a Welsh/Japanese exchange he went on.
5th Aug 2007, 10:45 AM
Mine would be Takemizu Village! I love Japanese things!
I have to agree. Well I think it will be the place I will visit most anyway. The Beach would be fun, and so would Great Lakes (I think it's called that...) but I'd rather immerse myself in a culture.
5th Aug 2007, 10:46 AM
The beach. 'cos I really want to do a shot of two sims sitting at a table romantically with the sea and sun in the background.
5th Aug 2007, 06:47 PM
yeah i'm interested in Japanese things too....but i also like camping and places that are like hawaii.
i would create places too like Solvang, San Diego, New york maybe lol, Las Vegas, Hawaii
5th Aug 2007, 06:54 PM
I like the beaches the best just because beaches were my favorite thing in TS1 Vacation, although I am excited for the mountain and the Asian themes. I really do hope they add Marky Sharky back, but I doubt they will.
I am glad that they combined the forest and snow themes from Vacation together, but now they won't add any snow activities because you can only have snow with Seasons. Sure, you can have snowball fights, build snowmen, etc. but you can't sled or snowboard, which were nice additions in Vacation.
And the Asian theme looks cool altogether. I can now put all the Asian-themed objects and clothes to use. I also like the new idea. It'll be nice to visit a place in TS2 that actually exists, sort of like in TS1.
5th Aug 2007, 07:21 PM
I'm not a big fan of Japanese things, but any forest destination is fine with me!
5th Aug 2007, 09:39 PM
Takemizu Village! because i love Japanese culture and traditions.
5th Aug 2007, 09:56 PM
A secluded ski resort.
6th Aug 2007, 06:24 AM
I really do hope they add Marky Sharky back, but I doubt they will.
Ugh ... I hate hammerhead sharks. They're so creepy looking. It would be worse zooming in on one on my computer screen during The Sims 2. :omg:
I would love to go to the beach or camping. I'd find it fun living in a hotel while looking out towards the waves and beach. But camping, the tents will be awesome! Hopefully I can find Bigfoot ...
9th Aug 2007, 06:35 PM
I am loving the idea of the beach -- I have all these possible storylines going on in my head of what could happen with my large average sim family going there for vacation. Mischief-filled children going on adventures, new friends and summer love for the teens, parents trying to get a break, and of course, cramped, hectic quarters in the hotels (I find this idea especially more fun than a spacious, wide beach home ^^).
Same goes for the mountains, but not quite on that level. It looks like Takemizu would be a place for the older sims and I want BV especially for taking the children out. I hope I'm wrong though - Takemizu certainly looks the best!
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