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Megasaray, Turkey - 18th October 2012

By: Dangerousebeans

Hi, mom! How are you doing?  :)
Do you remember tons of different food that I show you in this hotel? Well, can you believe that we want more?  :cyclops:
Owners of hotel provided very useful option for people who bothered to eat in the general dining room. You can choose restaurant a la card twice a week! There are a lot of them - a grill, fish, Arab, Japanese... As my host is a vegetarian - we chose Italian one.  B)
Look, a real menu! And linen napkins! And cloths! And the food is carried by the real waiters! I started to forget all this magnificence for a week of a food in buffet! And the best thing - visit of restaurant is included in accommodation cost!  :o
So, what will we take? I suggest beginning with salad with mushrooms. And on snack - toasts with garlic. And do not forget about the most tasty olives!  :rolleyes:
And the most delicious and popular Italian dish… pasta!
Which one do you prefer? Creamy Pasta with Shrimp (non-vegeterian) or Pasta Arabiata (translated as angry pasta)?  :stare:
Owners really tried to bring a spirit of Italy in this restaurant! When you think about this country, what best-known photo comes to your mind? Certainly, I Hold the Tower of Pisa! Well... We tried to fix it together... But nothing helps!
Ah-ah-ah! It seems that falling, we broke the well-known Italian amphora! What a pity that wine wasn't in, because that end of day would be ideal!  ;)
Anyway, when we went out of doors, it was very dark, therefore illumination was turned on for a fountain. It blinked white, yellow, red, green, blue... Sometimes it is pleasant to simply stand and look at a beautiful view at few minutes... Especially, if your stomach is full of a yum-yum!  :p

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Megasaray, Turkey - 3rd November 2012

By: Dangerousebeans

It is our last day in Turkey therefore we decided to do something interesting. What can be more exciting than an excursion? After all, we arrived to another country; we don’t want to lie on a beach!  :D
So, we choose a journey to one of the most famous sights of Antalia - The Ecological Natural Park. It covers the territory of 40 000 m2 and is the first flora and herpetofauna (plant, reptile and amphibian) park establishment in the world. Ekopark now is a shelter for many plants and reptiles that are under danger of extinction.  :thinking:
Thus, professor Selami Tomruk created a new home for rare plants and reptiles and expose their unique beauty and importance to the public.  All in all Mr. Selami Tomruk devoted 36 years of his life to studying reptiles and amphibians.  :stare:

For some reason, the first animal which we meet in the Ekopark is a chicken.  :o It’s a Silkie - a breed of chicken named for its atypically fluffy plumage, which is said to feel like silk. The breed has several other unusual qualities, such as dark blue flesh and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot (most chickens only have four). They are often exhibited in poultry shows, and come in several colors (red, gold, blue, black, white, and partridge).
In addition to their distinctive physical characteristics, Silkies are well known for their calm, friendly temperament.  :) Among the most docile of poultry, Silkies are considered an ideal pet. Hens are also exceptionally broody, and make good mothers.

Next animal is… a chicken again. Well, OK, it a turkey. :p Did you know that despite their weight, wild turkeys, unlike their domestic counterparts, are agile fliers?  :o Their ideal habitat is an open woodland or savanna, where they may fly beneath the canopy top and find perches. They usually fly close to the ground for no more than a quarter mile (400 m).

Ok, it's is going to be something interesting - a reptile! A giant snake, if you want to be clear. I think they are so dangerous!  :cyclops: Although pythons are typically afraid of people due to their high stature, and will generally avoid people, special care is still required when handling them. A three-meter long Burmese python can easily kill a child and a five-meter long (around 16.5 feet) Burmese python is certainly capable of overpowering and killing a fully grown adult.  :(

This one belongs to the same breed, but looks completely different! Its albino form is especially popular and is the most widely available morph.

And the next creature is even scarier – a cobra! Turks call it Naja. Although several genera share the common name, Naja species are the most recognized and most widespread group of snakes commonly known as cobras. All species in the genus Naja are capable of delivering a fatal bite to a human. Most species have strongly neurotoxic venom, which attacks the nervous system, causing paralysis, but many also have cytotoxic features which causes swelling and necrosis, and has a significant anticoagulant effect.  :( Some also have cardiotoxic components to their venom.

Who is as terrible as cobra? Crocodile! It’s so huge! What is the most famous and curious thing that you know about crocodiles? That they cry when eat their victims!  :stare: The expression comes from an ancient anecdote that crocodiles weep in order to lure their prey. An alternate explanation for the expression's origin is that crocodile tears cannot be authentic because crocodiles cannot cry; they lack tear ducts. Yet this is a myth: Crocodiles possess lacrimal glands which secrete a proteinaceous fluid, just like in humans, though tears will only be visible after a crocodile is out of the water for a prolonged period of time, and the eyes begin to dry out. However, while crocodiles can and do generate tears, they do not actually cry.  :cyclops:

And the last animal that gave me a chance to take a good photo is a green iguana! And what a great shot, don’t you think so? First I decided that it is really tamed and it doesn’t care about people and TV.  B) But then my host told me that if cornered by a threat, the green iguana will extend and display the dewlap under its neck, stiffen and puff up its body, hiss, and bob its head at the aggressor. If threat persists the Iguana can lash with its tail, bite and use its claws in defense. The wounded are more inclined to fight than uninjured prey.  :o

There is a small restaurant Near this Ekopark – Botanik. I think that its owners pay to excursion bureau, so each guide brings tourists here after Ekopark visiting.  ;)

It looks so unusual! First of all, IT STANDS IN A RIVER!

If you have enough time and money, you can catch a trout in this river for yourself! The water is so clear you can literally see fish!  :stare:
But we don’t want to wait, so we prefer free salad and especial unleavened bread. Looks bright!  :)

Who else like bread? Geese! Oh, they look scary! I’d better give them everything.  :o

So, it was only first part of our excursion, we will see Tahtalı Mount with its height of 2365m which is the mountain closest to the sea on the southern coastline of Turkey!  B)

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Berlin, Germany - 8th November 2012

By: Mareikingowicz

Hey Mommy,

after a long journey from Moscow to Berlin I finally arrived.  :cyclops:
My TV brother Relaxo and sister Ronya welcomed me.
They bought some flowers for me and were waiting already.

It was so great to see them after the long darkness in my travel box. I had a postcard and a cereal bar with me and I shared the bar with both. While we were eating we spoke about our experiences.

I saw much more then the other two TV´s and they were very impressed.  B)

Unfortunately I found out that Relaxo will leave us soon. It is soo sad...  :( But I think that I will have a lot of fun with Ronya too. So we will prepare a "Good Bye Party" for him.

You will see some more pictures soon.

Kisses to you.
Greetings Nikita


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Berlin, Wannsee, Germany - 14th November 2012

By: Mareikingowicz

Dear mommy,

today host mommy and me did a small boat trip. :) YEAH!
The weather wasn´t the best, but the boat was heaten. So everything was fine.

We took the boat from Berlin Wannsee to Berlin Kladow and it took us about 20 minutes. At the lake we could see a lot of sailing boats and some small ducks and swans.

See the photos below.

Next week we are going to Potsdam. :) So I will see some more interesting places here.

Greetings to you.


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Eberswalde, Germany - 23rd November 2012

By: Mareikingowicz

Dear Mommy,

how are you doing? I´m very well here in Berlin and I enjoy my time with Ronya. She is a lovely seal.  :cyclops:

At the last weekend we went to Eberswalde. It is about 30 minutes to the east of Berlin and we went by train. It was very foggy and cloudly a typical autumn day.

After we arrived in Eberswalde we went to the small city center to go shopping. We didn´t find something special but it was nice to see another city then Berlin.

You can see me with Ronya at the photos.  B)

We did some more photos during our stay in Eberswalde and I will show them to you tomorrow.  :D

A big hug to you dear mommy,
yours Nikita


* Posted Nov 29, 2012, 8:59 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Eberswalde, Germany - 25th November 2012

By: Mareikingowicz

Hey Mommy,

we are still in Eberswalde and we did a small walk along the Finow Canal. In the summer it is very beautiful here host mommy told me and a lot of tourists coming to Eberswalde to see the zoo and to take a bike trip along the canal. But now it is not the time to go by bike. :( What a pity.

Nevertheless I enjoyed the walk with host mommy, daddy and Ronya.

See some pictures of us below. :D

Kisses Nikita


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Berlin, Germany - 11th December 2012

By: Mareikingowicz

Hey mommy,

what´s going on? I have one party after the next one with Ronya, Lucas and Biff.  B) So cool here.

The last weekend Ronya and I baked some christmas cookies. It made so much fun and we ate so many cookies after finishing baking that our stomache hurted a bit.  :thinking: But now everything is fine again.

Host mommy did some pictures from us during the baking. We couldn´t decide which cookie will be the best one and so we did a lot of different kinds of. My favorites were the Ischler Plätzchen - they made with jam and chocolate. SOOOO YUUUMMMMY.  :cyclops: 

Some of the cookies we sent to host mommys and daddys family and they were very happy after receiving the small package. <: )

Host mommy told me today that I have to leave her very soon. On the one hand it is a pity but I´m excited about my new adventures. Host mommy doesn´t want to tell me where I am going. Shall be a christmas suprise. TzTzTz. But it is ok for me. :D

Kisses to you.
Yours Nikita


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Berlin, Germany - 14th December 2012

By: Mareikingowicz

Hey Mommy,

I´m on my way to my next place. I hope that I will have so much snow there like in Berlin. It was very cool. :)

Host mommy went with me to the Kurfürstendamm on my last evening. They have everything lightened.

My stay here in Berlin was short but super. I enjoyed it here and I hope that I can meet Ronya again.

Greetings Nikita


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Nuremberg, Germany - 17th December 2012

By: EuroMaus

Hi Mommy, Host Mum says sorry for the late update - but she is really busy to buy christmas presents and to prepare for christmas. Looking forwared to go with ICE to her mums home - i am passing by Lichtenfels also :)
I arrived here and already three TV´s waited for me to spend Christmas with me. From left to right its Ape Apina, TezTez and Wink


Enjoy your Christmas Mommy. I will be back her in Nuremberg on 2nd January and will upload more pictures....

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Löbnitz / Host Mums Parents House, Germany - 24th December 2012

By: EuroMaus

Hi Mummy, did you have a nice Christmas ? We had :)
Eearly today wer decorated the Christmas tree. Here is one picture with and without decortation. :) Can you see me sitting in the tree?
For Dinner we had fish , potatos and some sauce with Herbal. It was really tasty.
On the next picture you can see the bunch of presents and the sweets :) Yummy....I eat a lot of sweets. :)

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Löbnitz / Host Mums Parents House, Germany - 26th December 2012

By: EuroMaus

On 2nd Christmas Day we played with the toys of Host Mum´s son.
He got all that for christmas. It was fun. :)

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Löbnitz, Germany - 29th December 2012

By: EuroMaus

On Saturday we took a walk around the villiage in which host Mum´s parents are staying. Its really small..but we found some animals like monkey and goats there. Sadly we  had not much time to see the other part of the villiage.

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Nuremberg, Germany - 6th January 2013

By: EuroMaus

Today was a great day. We took a walk to Kaiserburg ( Imperial Castle ). Its a very nice castle.
The best is that its in the middle of the city , so you have a very nice view over the old town and the whole city.
and we went through a dark gateway..uhhh how scary...
on the way back down we saw that miniuatur iron nuremberg..its actually for blind...don´t know how it should work...
While going to the bus stop we made pictures with the St. Sebald (St. Sebaldus' Church)
and the old town hall

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Munich, Sea Life, Germany - 13th January 2013

By: EuroMaus

Today we have done a trip to Munich, we went to see Sea Life.
It was not allowed to take pictures with flash inside, but good we managed to take at least 2 nice pictures. There were many more fishes to see and it was really nice. We saw even sharks.
back we saw the BMW museum from far...and yes...there was also a lot of snow....wow...
and the olympic tower of the olympic center in munich
and last but not least...we took a short stop in the city of munich and saw that old building at the back...it might be the judge building...hmm....maybe i should see more of Munich one day...

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Nuremberg, Germany - 19th January 2013

By: EuroMaus

Today a new TV arrived here...Its "Quah" a cute monkey from China.
Oh and as you can see a little boy is on the pictures..That´s host Mum´s Son "Mahesh". We have a lot of fun with him. :)
"Quah" arrived exactly at lunch time. So we had Lunch with him togther. We had salad, chicken and indian dish called "Rajma". Yummy".
After Lunch we went out in the snow. It was so much snowing the last couple of days...
We sad also in a tree at "Duzendteich". The Lake is frozen now, but in summer there are many sailboats on it..host mum told its really beautiful...
Near the Duzenteich is the Documentation Centre Party Rally Grounds) 
Here is something about the history of nuremberg....
In 1933, the National Socialists decided that Nuremberg was to be the "City of the Party Rallies". They created a link between the Nazi movement and Nuremberg's glorious past as Free City of the Empire and venue for the imperial diets in the middle ages. This is why they staged the annual NSDAP party rallies here ever year in September, up until 1938. Designed by Albert Speer, in the city's southern districts, the "Party Rally Grounds" were erected as a huge parade ground on an area of 24.5 hectares. Zeppelin Field and Zeppelin Grandstand, the unfinished Congress Hall and a large excavation intended for the planned German Stadium are what remains in the city, as the monstrous stone legacy left behind by this regime of terror.
Back home we went with the tram....

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