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Sülfeld, Germany - 26th July 2010

By: RikeH

Hi Mum,

I will travel to my next host now – she lives in another part of Germany. Before I leave, we ToyVoyagers have a small party together.

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Then I said good-bye to Dicker Kumpel. He was such a great host – I will miss him.

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On the way to the post-office I saw some nice parts of Sülfeld. First the beautiful church.

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On the other side of the street is the pharmacy.

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This is the old school…

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…the mayor works here.

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I relaxed near to a small lake before I jumped into my envelope.


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Katja  - I am on the way.

Bye
Bussi

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Remscheid, Germany - 30th July 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
today finally someone came to pick me up at the post office. I was hanging around there in my envelope for more than a whole day!

I was welcomed by two turtles, camilla and Squirt and my host Katja. Camilla and Squirt took the sweets that I brought with me and Katja was delighted about the postcard from Budapest. She told me that she visited Budapest about a hundred years ago.

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In the late afternoon Katja took me with her on a short walk.

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Katja told me that Remscheid is an industrial town, so you can find old industrial sites everywhere. Most of them are still in use.

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We decided to walk to the municipal park.

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I enjoyed to sit in the sun for a moment.

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In the background you can see the outskirts of the neighbour city Wuppertal.

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It was time to go home than.

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I think I'll like it here in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Bye
Bussi

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Wuppertal Ronsdorf, Germany - 31st July 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
today we took a short walk with Katja's parents. The weather was not really nice. First we had a short stop in a beer garden.

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We enjoyed a delicious large beer.

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We were sitting here so long that we decided to take only a really short walk. I saw adorable flowers in the gardens.

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We reached a small hammock with traditional old houses, I escecially liked this skew-whiff half-timbered house. Katja told me that those houses were probably built in 18th century.

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Aren't those roses wonderful?

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We walked back to the car than. As soon as we reached it, it started to rain.

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Bye
Bussi

* Posted Aug 1, 2010, 10:18 am Last edited Aug 1, 2010, 10:19 am by olgamaus [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Remscheid, Germany - 1st August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we took a walk today in one of Remscheid's suburbs. We started our trip in Hohenhagen which is surrounded by woodland and also farmland. It is one of the highest-located districts in the municipal area of Remscheid. We had a great overview from here.

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We rested in the soft moss for a while.

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We reached a nice valley than.

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What a lovely place to live!

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Bye
Bussi

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Remscheid, Germany - 6th August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we met Katja's friend Erika today to take a walk together. We picked up Erika at her house. Erika is living in the district "Hasten", one of the oldest districts in the municipal area. You can find lots of typical "Bergische Häuser" here, usually half-timbered houses or those which are covered with slate.

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We walked through a garden area, I saw blackberries here, not ripe yet.

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I have a new furry friend now, his name is "Lumpi".

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We walked towards the forest than.

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In the garden of this house I found parts of historic machines.

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We reached the forest than.

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I saw some trail markings here. Katja explained that the encircled "R" and "W" mean hiking routes around the cities of Remscheid and Wuppertal, about 59 and 110 km long. The other marks are marking shorter hiking trails, usually between 5 and 15 km long.

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This is a fish pond.

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We rested on this pile of tree trunks for a while.

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We decided to walk back home than. This did not mean that we would be home within a few minutes. First we had to walk back to the bottom of the valley and than walk back uphill to the city centre, we would still need at least 45 minutes to get home.

We saw old factory buildings when we crossed the road in the valley.

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We walked through a hamlet where I found beautiful flowers.

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What a lovely old house!

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When we walked towards the city centre we had to walk uphill for ages, like it seemed to me.

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This is a small park, situated in front of the police headquarter.

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This column in the park is dedicated to the town twinning with Quimper in France.

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When we walked home Katja told me that she will visit the ferret shelter tomorrow and maybe she will bring a third ferret home. I will show you the ferrets soon although I am a little bit afraid of them. I know that ferrets love to eat small prey animals.

Bye
Bussi

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Wermelskirchen, Germany - 12th August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we took a walk today on a pilgrimage trail, the Way of St. James. We had planned to walk to Altenberg Abbey, but it was too far away. So we followed the trail for about an hour and than we walked back to the car. We followed this lovely valley most of the time.

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Close to a restaurant in a small hamlet I saw this barn, it was decorated really nice.

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Next stop was a place called "Markusmuehle".

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We played "Hide and Seek" in this stack of wood :)

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Bye
Bussi

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Duesseldorf, Germany - 13th August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we went to Duesseldorf today to take a walk with three dogs along River Rhine. We parked the car in Duesseldorf-Niederkassel.
The Rhine is one of the longest and most important rivers in Europe, about 1,232 km long. The Rhine is divided into sections, here in Duesseldorf it is called "Lower Rhine" (Niederrhein).

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We saw transport ships.

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We played in the sand, we even found shells!

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I took a look to the dike.

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Duesseldorf airport is on the opposite site of the river, we saw lots of planes starting.

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This is a look behind, towards the city centre.

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White willows are growing here, really close to the waterside.

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We reached a marina. We left the strand and walked to the dike to return to the car than.

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Bye
Bussi

* Posted Aug 14, 2010, 7:30 am Last edited Aug 14, 2010, 9:39 am by olgamaus [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Remscheid, at home, Germany - 21st August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
I received your pm in the morning, reminding me of my birthday :)

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Thank you very much for your birthday wishes!

When I came into the kitchen all my friends were already waiting for me to sind "Happy Birthday ..."

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What a nice suprprise :)

Katja invited me to dinner, we would have sushi.

Bussi

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Remscheid, Germany - 21st August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
after a week with horrible weather we went to  Katja's friend Kerstin to take a walk in one of the rural districts of Remscheid, close to the Wupper dam. On our way to Kerstin's house we took a short walk in the district Luettringhausen's pretty old town.

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We saw this historic mail box which is still in use.

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Later in the afternoon we took another walk with dog Pepe.

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Finally I found a molehill! Nobody seemed to be home here ....

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We walked along a really narrow path between some fields.

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We reached Wupper dam than.

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Katja told us that there was not much water in it. Usually cou cannot see this "bridge"  between the water in the foreground and the background.

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We soon left the dam area and walked back to the car, again along harvested fields.

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This corn is not ready yet.

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Wuppertal, Germany - 21st August 2010

By: olgamaus

It's dinner time!

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We had a delicious soup with salmon as a starter.

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A Bavarian beer and sushi?!

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Anything goes! Cheers :D

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That'l looking great! We ordered sushi with salmon, fried king prawn, tuna, eel and crabstick.

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Yummy!

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As dessert I had ice cream with green tea, also delicious.

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This was a fantastic birthday dinner.

Bye
Bussi

* Posted Aug 22, 2010, 10:16 am Last edited Aug 22, 2010, 10:24 am by olgamaus [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Wuppertal, Germany - 24th August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we visited an arboretum today. An arboretum is a collection of trees, sort of a botanical garden containing living collections of woody plants intended at least partly for scientific study. We went to "Staatsforst Burgholz", a woodland area which is situated in both urban area of Wuppertal and also the urban area of Solingen, but only a small part of it. When World War II was over, there were nearly all trees felled for rebuilding of destroyed city areas and also as firewood.

Searching for fast-growing forest species trees from foreign counties were planted than in this area to study their growth in local weather conditions. Plants from North America, South America, Asia and Europe were planted.

There are several walking paths through the arboretum, of course we chose the longest of them, about 6 km long, displaying a variety of trees from Europe, America and Asia.

We went to Wuppertal by bus and had to walk for about 15 minutes to reach the starting point of today's walk. I saw this lovely painted house.

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We saw an information board, showing some facts about this district of Wuppertal, Cronenberg.

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We reached the forest than and also the starting point of our walking-tour.

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We had to follow the yellow marking, showing a pine cone.

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We saw lots of interesting trees, this one showing cork tissue instead of the usual bark.

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From here you can see the L 74, a highway, feeder road to the motorway A 46.

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We rested here for a while.

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Due to the really bad weather during the last week we also saw lots of mushroom. Katja said that these were looking really funny. I don't know why, I t hink they look they an average mushroom.

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This tree is a coast  Douglas fir, usually growing at the West coast of North America ...

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... and its cone.

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We walked to a section of the forest where trees from Asia were growing. This "false cypress" is originally growing in Japan.

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This is a beech, usually growing in South America.

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You can see this tree growin in German gardens sometimes, it is called "Monkey-Puzzle", growing in Chile and Argentina.

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We were sitting in the middle of our walking path here, it is completely covered with grass.

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Do you know Katsura trees? They are called "Kuchenbäume" in German (cake trees), because in autumn their withering leafes smell like gingerbread.

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This was a really interesting trip today :)

Bye
Bussi

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Remscheid, Germany - 28th August 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
it is raining cats and dogs outside - for several days now.

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Bye
Bussi

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Remscheid, Germany - 2nd September 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we went to town today because the sun was shining - at least a little bit :)

First Katja showed us the city hall. Its tower is 48 m high. The city hall was nearly destroyed in World War II, it was rebuilt in a more modern style than it originally was.

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On a pillar on the place in front of the city hall a lion is sitting - the lion is the heraldic animal of Remscheid.

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On Thurday evenings they are playing music here. Some beverage carts are already here.

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... Inside the shopping mall ...

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... and the exit.

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Here you can see the company building of the local newspaper "Remscheider General-Anzeiger" ...

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... nearby the central bus station.

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The Volkshochschule (adult evening classes) is situated in this modern building.

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Here you can see all at once: the city hall, the newspaper building and the Volkshochschule.

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In the background you can see "Hohenhagen", a housing area.

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Here you can see one of the churches in the city centre.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4103/4951360333_e581068aa9_o.jpg

You can also find a funny fountain here.

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We went along the shopping street than.

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This is the main entrance of the shopping mall.

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In the afternoon it started to rain again :(

Bye
Bussi

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at home, Remscheid, Germany - 4th September 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
today it was time to say good-bye to all my friends and Katja.

Although we had a lot of rain this week I did not manage to find some earthworms, instead I bought some delicious neon-coloured glowworms.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4089/4957105675_a28b7ba25d_o.jpg

All ToyVoyagers liked them. Honesty from Canada arrived just a few days before.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4133/4957105777_258a5f7d1b_o.jpg

Camilla is also going to leave, she will travel to Arizona in the USA.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4147/4957106003_4745ac16f0_o.jpg

Australia, I'm coming !! :)

Bye
Bussi

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Milton, Australia - 21st September 2010

By: emo_kid

Hi Mummy

After much bumping and jumping, everything went quiet... And then i heard people talking funny... I started to get scared, as i thought pirates had kidnapped me...
http://i738.photobucket.com/albums/xx30/strangepunkfairy/Group%20TVs/IMG_2209.jpg

Then the envelope started getting cut into and i said "be careful" but i dont think they heard me... When i realised i wasn't being cut up, i looked up and there were all these faces looking at me...
http://i738.photobucket.com/albums/xx30/strangepunkfairy/Group%20TVs/IMG_2210.jpg

I thought, for sure ive been kidnapped by pirates, But then this human hand reached in and gently pulled me out, and i knew i was ok.
http://i738.photobucket.com/albums/xx30/strangepunkfairy/Group%20TVs/IMG_2211.jpg

I got introduced to Bruno Synapse Lenny Nursy and Rosario who are all staying with emo_kid
http://i738.photobucket.com/albums/xx30/strangepunkfairy/Group%20TVs/IMG_2212.jpg

So i guess im ok, here is Australia - Where it's raining...
The other tv's have some awesome stories to tell, like how they saw a giant snail last night, but were too scared to go near him... They said he was bigger than ME!!!

Bye for now Mummy, talk soon,
Love Bussi xox

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