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Remscheid, Germany - 20th March 2008

By: olgamaus

Bruni Lila is a really nice little bear girl. Bruni Lila was picked out of a basket in a shop in our town as the only bear among cats, dogs and ducks.

Bruni Lila will be an Easter present to my sister, who loves stuffed animals, especially bears. Bruni Lila wants to convice her prospective Mum of the ToyVoyagers idea  :D

Bruni Lila is carrying a little notebook with her. Together with her notebook her weight is 51 g.

Bruni Lila will go on the GTVT.

* Posted Mar 20, 2008, 11:39 am Last edited Mar 22, 2008, 5:03 pm by olgamaus [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bad Bentheim, Germany - 28th March 2008

By: The Sparkle

After a long working day the neigbour rings at my door when i was home.

He has 2 packages.
One for me and one for my boyfriend.

When i opend the one for me i found this cute little ToyVoyager and her travel note book.

I'm verry proud to be her first host. I hope she likes her stay with me.

* Posted Mar 30, 2008, 9:20 pm Last edited May 9, 2008, 12:58 pm by The Sparkle [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Enschede, Netherlands - 3rd April 2008

By: The Sparkle

Today i went together with my other toyvoyager friends to the school of my host.
They have a project about water. The kids can do a round in the playclassroom. Their are all kind of water things that they can explore.

Together with my toyvoyagerfriends in front off some books about frogs and fish.

Me in a bucket.

Me in a duck on the water.

Together with some shells and a peace off coral.

* Posted May 9, 2008, 10:11 am Last edited May 9, 2008, 10:24 am by The Sparkle [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bardel/Gronau, Germany - 12th April 2008

By: The Sparkle

Today i found my first Geocache.

Geocaching is looking for a tresure that someone hide in a nice area.
My host love to geocache because you see nice places.

Me and my first geocache.
This cache called Geomon's First

* Posted May 9, 2008, 10:39 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Geesteren, Netherlands - 18th April 2008

By: The Sparkle

Today we went Geocaching again.
I love geocaching because you can see beautiful things like today.

When we stopped the car near a geocache we have to walk in to the forst and then we saw them.
Some beautiful big wood animals.

We walked as close as we can to make some pictures.


Sadly we can only make one picture because the battery's where low :(

We even walk closer and see some more of this beautiful animals called Ree in Dutch.

* Posted May 9, 2008, 12:36 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Riesenbeck, Germany - 27th April 2008

By: The Sparkle

Today i went Geocaching agian together with her boyfriend and his little brother.
We made a long drive and than take some hikes.


A beautiful field with only yellow flowers called koolzaad.
Them even smell great.



For this view we walked a stair with 256 steps. The top was more then 100 m higher then the beginning of the stairs.
Ther where some sofa's near the stair where you can sit on to get your breath back.

Together with Chocolate Moose.
You can see on this how many miles you are away from different city's.

* Posted May 9, 2008, 12:44 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Gronau, Germany - 2nd May 2008

By: The Sparkle


Me and my new horse friend that i have meet near a geocache that we have found today.

* Posted May 9, 2008, 12:46 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bad Bentheim, Germany - 4th May 2008

By: The Sparkle

Before i will go in a couple off day my host give me a late easter party to gether with al kind of easter- and easter chocolate things.

Me and a sweet chocolate bunny.

Me raiding on a chicken-chick.
This chicken-chick is special because she holds your boild egg warm.

* Posted May 9, 2008, 12:54 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bad Bentheim, Germany - 9th May 2008

By: The Sparkle

Today i'm going to leave my first host.
I love my visit but it is time to travel to my next host.

I'm going in to a envelop and go to the post office at 11.30 so i maby will be with my next host tommorow.

Till then,
Bruni Lila

* Posted May 9, 2008, 12:58 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Ibbenbüren, Germany - 31st May 2008

By: Mizzery

Today we went to the „Märchenwald“ (Fairytaleforest) in Ibbenbüren. Tux, another Toyvoyager and a good friend of mine accompanied us. We had a lot of fun there! In a Märchenwald they display fairytales with electric puppets which can move and tell the story of the fairytale. The Märchenwald is already very old. It was build in 1950. It was pretty hard to take photos, as most scenes are displayed in little houses with glass windows. But I think we've got some good ones I want to show you!

This is the way up to the Märchenwald...


The first one was the story of the sleeping beauty. (Dornröschen)


The also have a wishing well (Wunschbrunnen) here! I threw a coin inside and I wished that my journey with toyvoyagers will be very long and adventurous! I hope my wish comes true!


The next story we listened to was Little Red Riding Hood. (Rotkäppchen)



Afterwards we went to the Wolf and the seven little kids (Der Wolf und die Sieben Geißlein)
Look! Here I am with one of them!


Hansel and Gretel I liked a lot, too. Although the witch there is really scary!


I didn't know the story of this one „the 7 Ravens“ it's a really good one!


This is a scene of the Puss in Boots (Der gestiefelte Kater). Unfortunately, the cat was moving to fast so it's not visible on the photo.


In the forest, there are also many castles that belong to dwarfs!



And we attended a birds wedding (Vogelhochzeit)! That was really cool!


Snow White is a beautiful women, don't you think?


The Cinderella has to select beans all the time, poor little girl...


Snow White and Rose Red is a cool story, too. I didn't know it up to know.


Here we are in a dwarf tavern. Dwarfs are nice guys I think... But I couldn't see any girls here...!



This Snow White isn't moving at all... and I guess the other dwarfs were going for a walk the moment we made the photo...


This is a little lake. And inside this huge mountain, there is the hidden forest of the dwarfs....


This tree was watching me all the time! That's creepy! We passed it as fast as possible to enter the hidden forest...


Here we are now, this is the forest and also the mine where the dwarfs work.




This water wheel belongs to a sawmill. Here work many dwarfs, too.



Well I guess, the dwarfs that went for a walk are here now, cause here are more than 7 now...


Although, it's very hot outside here, everyday of the year it's christmas and the angels are playing in the snow!


And these gnoms work for Santa Clause! That's for sure!


Hi hi! Look! This gnome has a snowball fight with a snowman!


This must be a very happy family... they can celebrate christmas every day of the year!


There are many fountains here in the forest, some of them play little games with the water. It's really nice to watch them!




These people seme to have a lot of fun on the fair!


After all this walking we needed a little break...and this is a cozy place to stay!



I'm as small as the dwarfs but still I'm not allowed to travel with this ropeway but still, It was a wonderful day!


* Posted Jun 2, 2008, 6:52 pm Last edited Jun 2, 2008, 6:53 pm by Mizzery [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bruchsal, Germany - 4th July 2008

By: fam-united

Hi Mom,
I arrived in Bruchsal and now I'm looking forward to several outings during my host's holiday.

Watch out for some updates and hopefully nice photos

Bye, Bruni Lila

* Posted Jul 12, 2008, 7:52 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bruchsal, Germany - 14th July 2008

By: fam-united

Petra asked us to help her baking a biscuit. She makes a really easy one:
for each whole egg she takes 50g sugar and 50g flour. This time she made a big cake, so she needed 10 eggs and swirled them really long - and we helped her with this, of course. Then we added 500g sugar (yes, that's really a lot of sugar) and one small packet vanilla sugar and again swirled it until everything was foaming. At last we added 500g flour and 1 small packet baking powder, but we didn't swirl this but only folded it in carefully. Then we put it in the baking dish and gave it in the preheated oven (170°C/338°F to 180°C/356°F) for about half an hour.


We had to let it cool down then and Petra told us, that she wanted to the decoration the next day.

But then she needed our help for some handycrafts. She worked on some pages for an album for the headmaster of her school, who left the school. She said, that people, who are older than 63 to 65 years, go on pension. The headmaster will be 64 years old this year and so it was time for him to leave work behind.

This pages we created for those teachers, who take care for their young children at home and who are on parental leave. They thought, that Petra has enough time to do this page for them - crazy girls.


* Posted Jul 26, 2008, 11:18 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bruchsal, Germany - 15th July 2008

By: fam-united

Today we helped to make the filling and decoration of the cake.

For the filling we needed cream, nougat and hazelnut. I have to look, whether I will find the recipe. Petra's headmaster loves to play the saxophone, so she thought it would be a good idea to draw it on the cake.





When we were ready, we had to do some more handicrafts. This time we had to cut out some water lilies for the windows of the school doors.

* Posted Jul 26, 2008, 11:43 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bruchsal, Germany - 19th July 2008

By: fam-united

Right now it seems to have many rainbows here in Bruchsal. And it also seems to be one of Petra's hobbies to take photos of rainbows with toyvoyagers. So here is another rainbow.





* Posted Jul 26, 2008, 12:03 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Bruchsal, Germany - 22nd July 2008

By: fam-united

So this is the last day before Petra's headmaster receives the special album included all classes of the school as well as all other people, who work there.

Here is the front of the album. Sorry, but we can't show the pages, because there are many photos with children.


* Posted Jul 26, 2008, 3:01 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

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