Pauli, Missing, Missing


Posted Oct 24, 2011, 3:53 pm
I wait at home and eat a cake :-)

Posted Oct 24, 2011, 4:52 pm
Juhu! Tomorrow my journey to Solingen will start! I am a bit nervous and try to search all the things I will need for my holidays  :D

Posted Oct 25, 2011, 6:13 pm
on my way to Solingen...

Posted Oct 26, 2011, 1:18 pm
Pauli ist angekommen.Ich werde in den nächsten tagen noch mehr fotos reinstellen

P.S.Danke für die Blume ;)

Posted Oct 27, 2011, 2:40 pm
We are driving with a bus to the city

Posted Oct 27, 2011, 2:56 pm
We are going into the City at weekend will will visit the Müngestener Brücke. :rolleyes:
It was a nice day. :D

Posted Nov 1, 2011, 9:06 am
Müngstener Brücke. :D

Posted Nov 4, 2011, 8:12 am
Hello again,
jipieee I arrived Betigheim-Bissingen yesterday evening and today I stay with my host in Stuttgart in her office because I don´t want to be alone in a foreign apartment at the moment.
But look, I got a small pencil to paint...and look, I found my first new friend a small sheep...

Posted Nov 4, 2011, 10:08 am
Haha, now I get watercolours...
Is it not nice my picture?

Posted Nov 8, 2011, 7:55 am
Hey togther,
I have celebrated Halloween with a big pumkin and also I was riding on a cat. I was so clench, wasn´t I?

Posted Nov 18, 2011, 8:39 am
Yesterday Börnie arrived in Bietigheim-Bissingen, another tv and we were directly friends.

Posted Nov 20, 2011, 2:10 pm
Before I go home tomorrow we did a bicycle tour because weather was so nice. Börnie and me had lots of fun.

Posted Nov 20, 2011, 2:12 pm
Also we went for a walk in a vineyard near Heilbronn.

Posted Nov 20, 2011, 2:14 pm
And last but not least we took a break on a small fountain.

Posted Nov 21, 2011, 12:20 pm
So Mummy, I crawled into the envelope and I will come home...

Posted Nov 25, 2011, 2:45 pm
Hallo Mami,

heute bin ich bei meiner Gastgeberin Steffi und ihrem TV Lui in England angekommen.
Die Reise war anstrengend den mein Reiseumschlag wurde beschädigt und ich daraufhin extra nochmal eingetütet. Aber keine Panik Mama, mir geht es gut.
Steffi und Lui sprechen Deutsch, das macht die Sache viel einfacher aber ich werde versuchen während meines Aufenthalts meine Englisch Kenntnisse zu verbessern.

Nachdem Steffi mich aus der Tüte und dem Umschlag befreit hatte wurde ich von Lui mit englischen Keksen begrüßt. Gleich darf ich noch Flugzeuge sehen und heute Abend zum Taekwondo Training.

Steffi hat auch schon Fotos gemacht, jedoch noch Probleme sie zu posten.

Viele Grüße aus Ilchester, Pauli


Posted Nov 26, 2011, 4:40 pm
Hello Mummy, today we explored the beautiful garden and the magnificent Elizabethan house in MONTACUTE.

The house is surrounded by 300 acres of parkland, the Montacute House was built between 1588 and 1601 by Sir Edward Phelips and was the home of the Phelips family for over 300 years.
The house has an H-shaped ground plan with many renaissance features including plasterwork and heraldic glass.

The layout of the 12 acre garden is contemporary with the house, but the planting is 19 th century.

Today was a Craft and Farmers Market at the Montacute house, we bought Fudge a Sunflower bread.

We also went to Yeovil for food shopping. Yeovil is a town and civil parish in south Somerset, England.
It has palaeolithic remains, was on an old Roman road and was recorded in the Domesday Book as the town of Givle, and later became a centre for the glove making industry. During the Middle Ages the population of the town suffered from the Black Death and several serious fires. In the 20th century it developed into a centre of the aircraft and defence industries, which made it a target for bombing in the Second World War, with one of the largest employers being AgustaWestland who manufacture helicopters.

But Steffi und Lui live in Ilchester.
Ilchester is a village and civil parish, situated on the River Yeo or Ivel, five miles north of Yeovil, in the English county of Somerset. The parish, which includes the village of Sock Dennis (also known as Stock-Dennis) and the old parish of Northover, has a population of 2,021. Sock Dennis lies on the Monarch's Way long-distance footpath.
In the Roman period, the village was named Lindinis and was the site of a fort and then a town on the Fosse Way. It eventually served as one of two regional capitals for the Durotriges tribe. There is evidence of continuous occupation from the Roman and Saxon eras.

Steffi made new pictures but still got problems resizing them. But she will poste them later on to my Travelog.



Posted Nov 27, 2011, 8:18 pm
Hello Mummy, today I spend my day in Bristol.
First I went shopping at IKEA, than we got nearly lost in traffic - trying to find a parking space to go into the town center.

You need to know Bristol is a city, unitary authority area and ceremonial county in South West England, with an estimated population of 433,100. So you see Mummy, a lot of people, a lot of traffic, to many round abouts and we are not from there!

At the town center we went to the Carport Circus Mall! This mall is huge! I have never seen a place like that! And Mummy, I had Sushi for lunch. Later I went to a German Christmas Market in Bristol. For some reason the UK likes German Christmas Markets, there are everywhere.

Steffi made more pictures but there are still to big to be posted :(

Posted Nov 27, 2011, 8:35 pm
Steffi finally found a way to make her pictures smaller.

The pictures below show:
My Welcome Party
Me eating cookies
Me shopping at Carpon Circus in Bristol
Me eating Sushi.
My visit to the Christmas Market.

Posted Dec 3, 2011, 12:07 pm
Pictures from our visit to the Montacute House!

Me and Lui at the Icehouse.
Me and Lui at Montacute Garden.
Me and Lui in front of Montacute House.

Posted Dec 3, 2011, 3:44 pm
Hello Mummy, today Steffi went with me on a ride on her bike.

We tried to go to the postoffice in Ilchester but is was closed allready, so Steffi decided to show me the village.

Below you can see me ...

... in the village center
... at the River YEO
... Pauli calling home :)
... looking for cheese
... riding on the bike
... meeting some sheeps

Posted Dec 11, 2011, 9:50 pm
The people in England do not realy have "Nikolaus" but my host Steffi is from Germany. She got me my own little Chocolate Nikolaus. Yummy!

Posted Dec 11, 2011, 9:59 pm
Today I help my host cleaning the cache of her pets and I was brave enough to meet them.
Later I played hide and seek in my hosts "Weihnachtsstern", Steffis new TV Mr. Bean found me later :)

Posted Dec 11, 2011, 10:11 pm
Hello Mummy, this morning when I got up it was already raining but  my host Steffi took me and Mr Bean to the Old Wardour Castle close to Tisbury/ Wiltshire today.

The castle was built on land previously owned by the St Martin family, but when Sir Lawrence de St Martin died in 1385 it was handed over to John, the fifth Baron Lovell for reasons unknown. It was built using locally quarried Tisbury greensand,with William Wynford as the master mason,after Baron Lovell had been granted permission by Richard II in 1392.It was inspired by the hexagonal castles then in fashion in parts of the Continent, particularly in France; but its own six-sided design is unique in Britain, as is its inclusion of several self-contained guest suites.

The rain would not stop but Steffi still took me for Geocaching close to the Castle as well. I had a lot of fun. Good night Mummy.

Posted Dec 22, 2011, 1:02 pm
Hello Mummy, we are at the Airport in London (Heathrow) and we are waiting for our plain to Germany (Munich).

My host Steffi is going to visit her parents in Germany for Christmas and New Years Eve.

Steffi told me that I will be able to see some snow and her home town. I am sure my host will make some new pictures!

This morning we took the bus to London, in London Hammersmith wie took the Underground for the Airport. A long journey - but I like it so far!

See you soon Mummy, Pauli

Posted Dec 22, 2011, 1:12 pm
Hello Mummy, I am in Germany now.

Like I told you last time, my host is visiting her parents for Christmas. My host Steffi told me that I will visit another country soon :rolleyes: I am looking forward to my next trip.

The "home" village of my current host is a village with some history.

Kaisheim was the local High Reeve's office and belonged to the Imperial Abbey, Kaisheim Abbey. The Abbey was founded in 1133 by Graf Heinrich III von Lechsgemünd and his wife Liutgard. The abbey was probably already given Imperial Abbey status before 1370, however it was not until 1656 that the Imperial immediacy or sovereignty from the immediate lord was recognized

Since the German Mediatisation of 1803, Kaisheim has belonged to Bavaria and from the Bavarian reform edict of 1818 the present day community arose. Kaisheim was given market rights and is sometimes referred to as Markt Kaisheim.
The Latin title given to the town was "Caesarea" from "Kaisersheim"

My host showed me the village center and took some pics. (pictures will be posted later on).


Posted Dec 27, 2011, 6:54 pm
Dear Mummy, I have a wonderful time in Germany. My host Steffi told me that I will visit Hong Kong next. I am realy exited.

Here are some pictures from Kaisheim:

Me in front of the Kaisheimer Abbey
Me and the Kaisheimer "Torturm"
Look Mummy, "bad" Pauli in front of the Kaisheimer Jail
Pauli in front of a Bavarian "Biergarten" (to bad it was closed)
Pauli on tour on the "Bavarian Pilgerweg"
In front of some old "Monk leftovers"
and visiting some duks in Donauwoerth

Posted Dec 27, 2011, 6:57 pm
Merry Christmas!

Today my host Steffi took me to the post office.

Mummy, I am on my way to my next host!

See you soon.

Posted Apr 10, 2012, 7:01 am
This is Tsim Sha Tsui, a district that full of tourists and shopping malls.
Behind me is the Clock Tower of the Former Train Terminal,
it is next to the Star Ferry Pier (Kowloon Side).

Can you see the skyline of Hong Kong Island? Many skyscrapers!
And here is the star ferry too, I am going to take a ride on it~

Posted Apr 10, 2012, 7:07 am
Here I am on the Star Ferry.  :rolleyes:
When I look back to the Kowloon side,
I see the Clock Tower and the Cultural Centre (the pink building),
I can see big big ship too.

After a few minutes, I see the Central Star Ferry Pier (Hong Kong side).
Time to get off the ferry~

Posted Apr 10, 2012, 7:11 am
At the Central Star Ferry Pier, it is no.7 pier,
because there are many ferry piers here,
mostly going to the islands like Lantau Island, Cheung Chau, so on.
Here you can see star ferries in different colours,
they are actually in green, the colourful one is with advertisement on it.

There is the highest building in Hong Kong too.

Posted Apr 10, 2012, 7:18 am
Other than ferry, there are other kinds of transportation too.
The green one is mini-bus, with 16 seats.
The red one is taxi, with 4-5 seats, the fee is depends on the distance.
The yellow one is bus, with more than 100 seats.

Can you imagine all these lands are came from reclamation?
Reclamation land is very common along the two sides of the Victoria Harbour.

And ya, you should know this big flagship store.
It is crowded with people EVERY DAY AND NIGHT. :o

Posted Apr 16, 2012, 8:18 am
Central is the central business area since the very very past,
that is why there are many old buildings and skyscrapers in Central.

There are people preparing the protest parade.
This is because... um, well...
the 4th Chief Executive Officer of Hong Kong had just been elected,
but! People are not happy about it and the result and also the whole voting system!

Then comes the tram, an no-air-conditioned transportation,
slow in speed but it is the oldest transportation in Hong Kong,
when it drives, it will have the sound "ting ting! ting ting!",
so Ting Ting is also its nickname~

We also passed by the Former Legislative Council Building,
it was originally the Supreme Court Building when it was built.
Besides, there is the nice St. John's Cathedral too.

Posted Apr 16, 2012, 8:20 am
I love this artpiece!
It is in western style but the content is very local.  :rolleyes:

Posted Apr 16, 2012, 8:29 am
As a TV, I am eager to try anything~
The tea I am going to introduce today is "Gongfu" Tea,
her shows the steps of making the tea.

Posted Apr 17, 2012, 2:07 pm
It is always fun to visit the Science Museum.
I saw a HUGE dinosaur (fossil skeleton of course),
a head and eggs as well, wow!

Posted Apr 17, 2012, 2:11 pm
When we left the museum, it is already night time,
we came to the seaside at Tsim Sha Tsui and have a look at the night view.
Hong Kong has a colourful and great night view!  B)

Posted Oct 8, 2017, 5:28 pm
I miss you Pauli. he is missing more than five years. ...