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Which vacation spot was your favorite in Bon Voyage?
Always loved Twikki Island as sunny beach holidays are totally my type (literally just booked to go to Tenerife last week bc I love the sun) although I did play around in the three lakes a lot to mess around with big foot!
I voted Twikki Islands because I always enjoyed staying at that hotel on the beach. Although it was always such a bummer when it rained during a vacation there.
Definitely a hard pick, but I chose Takemizu Village due to how different it was from anything we've gotten before in The Sims. The scenery (at the time of release) was really pretty, it came with such unique architecture/build-mode tools, and NPCs like the ninja who taught your Sim how to teleport anywhere on an active lot were pretty great too.
But I have to say, each destination is just as good as the last. Bon Voyage is the defining expansion for how Sim vacations should be. We don't necessarily have to go on a huge adventure in a foreign destination to have a good time with our Sims. Saving up enough to be able to afford better accommodations or even our very own vacation homes, trying to find maps to secret lots for useful perks, and such a vast number of new interactions really made for a great expansion.
Gotta love Japan.
Twikki Island because it has the pirate ship.
Takemizu Village for me. Being an old Asiatic Fleet sailor I like how it reminds me of those places I visited over there: Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan... Twikki is second, due to the Hawaii feel of the place. The one critique of them is that the 'natives' looked mostly like they were from northern Europe, with names to match. Immersion breaking, to say the least. At least at Twikki one can say they're the descendants of servicemen that were there during WW2, but that goes only so far. Especially when the townies back home have the names that should have gone to said 'natives'. Regardless, all three are fun places to visit.
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