a href=

About Nanu


View Profile

View Map

Life Missions

(0 out of 5 complete)

Traveling around europe

Traveling around asia

Travelind around africa

Traveling around australia

Traveling around america

View Printable

Pages: << prev 1 next >> Pictures Only View

Travelog for: Nanu

Lüdinghausen, Deutschland - 24th October 2011

By: Phala

I am Nanu and i start my first travel in Lüdinghausen, in germany.
On these pictures you can see me and my friend P-Chan.

020 (200x134).jpg
021 (200x134).jpg
024 (200x134).jpg
018 (200x134).jpg

* Posted Oct 24, 2011, 3:36 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Zurich, Switzerland - 18th November 2011

By: pandacotta

After arriving in Switzerland in November, I got to go to Zurich. It's an amazing city.
After walking around I went to the lake to feed some swans. I even took some pictures there which you can see below.
So, now I hope to travel to my next destination soon. It's awesome here in Switzerland but I think new adventures are coming soon.  :D :D


* Posted Jan 2, 2012, 6:27 am Last edited Jan 31, 2012, 7:31 am by pandacotta [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Potters Bar, England - 18th January 2012

By: Xadrian

After a long trip my new host received my travel box! 


Thankfully my box was big enough so I wasn't cramped during my trip! My host opened the box and announced that I was the first of a few toyvoyagers coming to visit! 


I wonder what adventures we will have soon?

* Posted Jan 22, 2012, 8:05 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Potters Bar, England - 22nd January 2012

By: Xadrian

Hello! Another package has arrived it seems.


Another toyvoyager! His name is Rendolph.

Welcome Rendolph!


* Posted Jan 30, 2012, 5:44 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Potters Bar, England - 25th January 2012

By: Xadrian

Hello! Today our host took us out on a hike in the woods.


Ack! How embarrassing! Well... when you have to go... you have to go!  At least I blend in with the leaves!


During our hike we came across an old concrete "pillbox"bunker used during World War II.


The inside of the bunker was very dirty by litter bugs who tossed empty bottles, magazines and even an old mattress spring inside! Graphiti was all over the walls so we stayed outside.


Across the road were concrete tank barriers to keep the approaching tanks at bay.


* Posted Jan 30, 2012, 5:50 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Trent Park, Enfield, England - 2nd February 2012

By: Xadrian

Hello! Today our host took us to Trent Park in Enfield.

Some information on the park taken from Wikipedia -Trent Park

Trent Park dates back to the fourteenth century when it was part of Enfield Chase, one of Henry IV's hunting grounds. In 1777 George III leased the site to Sir Richard Jebb his favourite doctor as a reward for saving the life of the King's younger brother, the then Duke of Gloucester. Jebb chose the name Trent, because it was in Trento that the King's brother had been saved.
In about 1836 the house was bought by the banker David Bevan for his son Robert Cooper Lee Bevan on his marriage to Lady Agneta Yorke. Robert Bevan built Christ Church, Trent, in 1838 to provide a suitable place of worship for the district. In 1909 the estate was sold to Philip Sassoon (cousin of the poet Siegfried Sassoon), who entertained many celebrity guests at Trent Park, including Charlie Chaplin and Winston Churchill.

During World War II Trent Park was used as a special prisoner of war camp for captured German generals and staff officers. They were treated reasonably hospitably with special rations of whisky and regular walks in the grounds. Many of the rooms inside the mansion had been equipped with hidden microphones and listening devices, and thus the British military was able to gather important military information and an intimate inside-view into the minds of the German military elite. They received information about war crimes, political views and got a clearer picture of the military resistance that led to the unsuccessful coup on July 20, 1944. 84 Generals and a number of lower ranking staff officers were brought to Trent Park. More than 1,300 protocols were written by the time the war ended; a selection of these was published in English in 2007 under the title Tapping Hitler's Generals.

Near the parking lot were several downed trees that had been carved into various shapes.

Someone carved chairs from the stumps.


Its not the best looking chair, but it serves its purpose!


A bunny!


What is this? I don't know, but it makes a good hidey hole!


After a long tromp around the woods, we took a rest on a nearby tree.


Hmm... I smell something unusual nearby...

What is this box of toys and trinkets?  My host says this is a geocache! 
Information on Geocaching


Unfortunately our host wasn't feeling well, so we didn't get to see much more of the park.  Maybe next time! 

* Posted Feb 7, 2012, 5:38 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Potters Bar, England - 10th February 2012

By: Xadrian

Two parcels arrived in the mail today.


We opened the big white box first.  What could be inside?


We were surprised by a tall yellow creature, which looked quite like a banana.  This banana insisted that he was a giraffe and that his name was Paul.


We opened the second box, which by the way was a cake mix box.  I assure you what came out of there was NOT a cake mix, but another tall creature named Horscht


* Posted Mar 26, 2012, 6:51 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Potters Bar, England - 14th February 2012

By: Xadrian

When we woke up it had snowed which meant one thing!  Time to go out and play!


What shall we do first?  Any ideas? I’m all ears!



I tried to make a snow angel but it didn't work out very well.  I still had fun!


Next I helped make a snowman with the other toyvoyagers.


Snowball fight time!  Let’s see if I can roll this snowball before Horscht runs away.


* Posted Mar 26, 2012, 6:53 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Potters Bar, England - 29th February 2012

By: Xadrian

Hi! Its been pretty quiet around here lately as my host has not been feeling that great.  Two new toyvoyagers arrived this week seeking adventure!

The first to arrive was Foxi.


Foxi gave me a big hug!


Our other visitor is named Aidan.  He is a little koala.


I’m meeting so many new friends in the UK!

* Posted Mar 26, 2012, 6:59 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Northaw, England - 1st March 2012

By: Xadrian

Today we went for a walk around Northaw, a nearby village.

Did you know Northaw is Hertfordshire's best kept village? I didn't either, but apparently they are VERY proud of it.


This is the St. Thomas A Becket Parish Church.

"St Thomas a Becket Church, formerly known as St Thomas of Canterbury, was the third church built on the site in 1882. (The church before, dedicated in 1810, was completely destroyed by fire in 1881.)"
St. Thomas





Whew, slightly thirsty after the walk around the church grounds, I wonder we can get a drink from this pipe?


* Posted Mar 26, 2012, 7:03 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

London, England - 4th March 2012

By: Xadrian

Today we went into London to see St. Paul's Cathedral.  Unfortunately there was a security issue on the tubes so they were not running in that direction.

Instead we decided to walk around and see what there was to see.

First, my host wants to include a picture we took the other day at a mall in Essex.  Can you see me?


Ok, on with the London pictures!

We will rock you show with a giant Freddy Mercury out front.


The usual phone booth picture. My host managed to find a side that didn't have "creepy" advertisements posted on it.


Soho Square where there are several different statues outside.





Next we wandered over to Trafalgar Square.  On the way we saw more artsy things including a pretty egg!



St. Martin In-The-Fields church.






George Washington.


* Posted Mar 26, 2012, 7:15 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Pages: << prev 1 next >>


© 2020 ToyVoyagers.com Terms and Conditions  Privacy Policy