You’re welcome to the Marriott amigo!
Thanks a lot!
Thanks Eugene, can’t wait for you next updates
Yes! The mall is available here
Don’t forget to download all the dependencies!
Thank you very much!
Yes it is!
Don’t forget your sunscreen compadre!
Thanks a lot!
Well, maybe that’s because I’ve been more than once in LatAm, Poverty and violence are far from being the first things that come to my mind when I think of South America.
Thanks for your comment
Much cheaper than Cancun or the Bahamas and much more authentic
Homemade textures by Heblem! I use them all the time because they are a much better option
and the hotels are made by Simgoober, they are all available on the STEX
All my work is made with the Lot Editor. The textures are personal textures made by Heblem and they are not available for download. I generally make big lots and then simply plop them in the game. Thanks for your comment amigo
Já mandei no 4shared
Ciudad de San Andrés
Estado de Boyacá
San Theodoros is back! Been pretty busy with RL stuff between work and studies, just graduated from university (yayy) and now looking for a job. Meanwhile I had a little extra time to work on my new city
So, welcome to the city of San Andrés, capital of the State of Boyacá! Located in the North of the country, bordering French Guiana, the State of Boyacá is the agricultural heart of San Theodoros. That region is known worldwide for its great coffee and fruits. More recently, it converted into a major center for the production of textile, steel, cement and pharmaceutical products. The city is experiencing a significant development and the region of Boyacá is the richest in the country, San Andrés being the third richest city after Los Dopicos (our proud capital city, Viva!) and Rio de Maio in our nation.
The city was founded in 1701 by Colombian separatists, at the same time, Venezuelan separatists would found the city of Los Dopicos. In order to fund the rebellion against the Spanish Crown presence in South America, Los Separatistas will extensively develop agriculture and industry in those two regions. San Andrés still bears the heavy influence of those Colombian refugees, with traditional Vallenato Music, the sombreros vueltiaos (traditional hats) and the Bandeja Paisana, a local version of the Colombian bandeja paisa.
Plaza del Pueblo, a gigantic plaza where most of the colonial center can be found
Some residential neighborhoods near the Downtown area
View of the Central Bus Station of the city
A Parent-teacher reunion in a local school