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Visit Africa and See Lots of Different African Wildlife

See Three Of The Wonders Of The World

Be Hosted On Every Continent

Get Myself Pictured With The Flag Of All The Different Countries I Visit

Pictured With Lots of Indian Statues, Taj Mahal, Visit Dehli, Himalayan Mountains, and See The India

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Travelog for: Jubilee Bunny

Orange, New South Wales, Australia - 3rd April 2008

By: sararingham

My name is Jubilee Bunny! I'm a happy little bunny that no one found during Easter time, so I've been left, to suffocate in all the huge toys that were covering me and my identical twin - Sara had to choose and she chose me, but it was okay with my sister because he was having fun with the other toys, whereas I wasn't. I was ready to have a family, and little did I know... to travel the world!


My mom offered me a good home and a nice time traveling the world and I jumped at the idea, literally, I was more than happy to see the world. So off I go, my mom says I'll be traveling to India as my first stop, and even seeing the Taj Majal! How exciting is that? That's not something a little brown bunny like me sees everyday! So I'm quite excited, but I'm nervous too!

My mom says if you'd like to host me ever please to contact her and she'll put you on the list - I'd love to visit everywhere, especially Europe, mom's told me all about everything you can see there! I hope to visit you soon, and please keep me safe, I'm scared and I don't want to get lost! :-)

* Posted Apr 3, 2008, 6:29 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Chennai, India - 23rd April 2008

By: Mosuha


how exciting, I arrived safe and happy in Chennai India....

First I went straight to the toyvoyagers room at my host's flat, to meet all the other tvs.

After refreshing  and relaxing they told me about the things they already saw in india and all of them said, at the moment is the hottest saison of all, so they don't really like to go out during the day, when it's around 40 degrees....

I can understand that, but I am looking forward to go out and explore the city, and my host promised me, to motivate all of us tomorrow for a little tour through the town.

And look Mommy, I already found a new little friend.
It's a little puppy, his name is "Sushi".


* Posted Apr 23, 2008, 4:56 pm Last edited May 9, 2008, 11:43 pm by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Chennai, India - 26th April 2008

By: Mosuha

Hello Mommy,

so, on saturday we had a great day!

All together we went to an Health and Beauty Expo at "Valluvar Kottam", a goverment building for special events.

It's a very beautiful building with an amazing tower, which should be a chariot. But at the moment you are not allowed to go inside the tower, because a lot of honeybees build their houses there. It's too dangerous to got near there....

The expo was quiet interesting, we lerned a lot about healthy eating.... As if I didn't know before, that it is good for you, to eat fresh vegetables like carrots.....  :rolleyes:

After that and a nice lunch, we went to the "holly mother mary" church. It was very interesting, but also such a hooooot day...wow.... I felt like melting away.... pfuee.....

Now we have to plan our trip to the Taj Mahal in detail.....
c u, mommy,

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* Posted Apr 29, 2008, 7:15 am Last edited May 9, 2008, 11:43 pm by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Chennai, India - 7th May 2008

By: Mosuha

At the moment we are very busy with planing the trip at the end of the month, but it's pretty exciting....

All together we will be 10 tvs and 3 to be released into the wilderness...

First we will fly into the north to Jaipur, also known as the "PINK CITY" at may, 24th. There will will stay for 2 nights at a very beautiful, old palace, which is now a hotel and we will have a look at the city....

After that, we'll drive by car to Agra and visit the Taj Mahal (juhuuu) and even stay one night at a nice hotel, in a room from where you can even see the Taj....

The next day we'll drive by car to Delhi, the capital of india, to go for sight seeing and SHOPPING.... yeah....
There we'll stay for 3 nights.

Then we'll fly with a very small plane to Kullu, at the state of Himachal Pradesh, in the himalaya mountains.
We booked a hotel in Manali, we'll probably go for wild water rafting, see some waterfalls and beautiful mountains....

By car we all will drive during a three days ride to Keylong, than to Sarchu and it ends at Leh, in the state of Kashmire....
We'll be very near to Tibet and surely see some buddism monastarys, we'll even camp in the mountains and we'll drive the highest motorable road of the world... wooohooo...
Near Leh we will stay at some local people's home, which is a special goverment project to save the snowleopard.

At june, 9th we'll first fly to Delhi and from there back home to Chennai...

Be sure, I will take a looooooot of pictures for you guys at home... I just can't wait to start... And I'll look out for a nice souvenier for my mommy....

Meanwhile it's got full at my host's place, there a many tvs to join us.... So we decided to travel by two.... so every tv has a partner at the journey to take care of each other and to not get lost....

My partner is Mary Luise, and she is soooooooooo nice.... I think, I found a very good friend in her....

SO, we are looking forward and will surely have a great time...

Kiss and hug you, mommy!


* Posted May 9, 2008, 11:52 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Chennai, India - 9th May 2008

By: Mosuha

Today it was again over 40 degree, but anyway, I joined in to visit another, very famous church here in Chennai...

It's name is "St. Thomas Church" and it is the oldest one in the south of india and the legend says, that the body of St. Thomas is laying to it's feed.

And lucky us, as we went in, a very friendly couple were just got married and we all wished them good luck and all the best.

I was even allowed to make a picture of them, to show you a traditional indian wedding dress....

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* Posted May 9, 2008, 11:56 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Chennai, India - 23rd May 2008

By: Mosuha

Finally, we all were waiting so long for it.....

Tomorrow we will start our trip into the north of India.....

Jaipur - Agra (Taj Mahal) - Delhi - Manali - Keylong- Sarchu - Leh ..........

We will be back at the 9th of June.....

Today we all helped packing the suitcase, everyone is now in charge of something.....

Mary and I are in charge of one tv's dairy.....

Thanks to god, we don't have to travel in the suitcase, we have our very own, very comfortable backpack..... (as comfortable as if can be, with such a travelbunch!)

We'll surely have a lot of fun..... I will tell you everything later.....

BYE BYE.....
...we are off.....


* Posted May 23, 2008, 8:30 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Jaipur, India - 25th May 2008

By: Mosuha

Hi Mommy...

we are back from the big holidays....
that was really amazing and I saw a lot, what I now would like to show you, step by step....

First we had to fly from Chennai to Mumbai (Bombay) and from there to Jaipur. I was allowed to sit in the plane next to my hosts and I had a great view from the window, when we flew over Mumbai. In fact, in this city there life about 19 Million people and all you can see, when you go down to the airport are these slum- houses, where all the very poor people life.

Than we had to wait 5 hours, because our flight to Jaipur was canceled.... how boring that was!!!

We arrived Jaipur very late.
We enjoyed the warm welcome at the beautifull Jai Mahal Palace Hotel, ate something and went straight to bed.

The others slept very long, but I crawl out the bed in the morning to explore the hotel, because it was so beautiful!

Later we went into the city.

Near by Jaipur there is the big fort-palace of Amber, a beautiful, ethereal example of Rajput architecture, rises from a rocky mountainside.

Amber was the ancient capitel of Jaipur state. Construction of the fort was begun in 1592 by Maharaja Man Singh and it was later extended by other rulers, so you can see a lot of very different buildings there.

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* Posted Jun 10, 2008, 1:13 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

On the way to Agra, India - 26th May 2008

By: Mosuha

Monday we spent on the road....

Because there were some people called Gujjar, who demonstrated in a town near Agra and killed several others, the normal road from Jaipur to Agra was closed, so we had to take the long way over Delhi....

It took us 10 hours, so we arrived in our hotel in Agra again very late.

But it was not as boring as it sounds. We saw a lot of funny vehicles at the so called HIGHWAY....

And we took a rest next to a friendly group of cows... I also was allowed to ride on an indian elephant.
Do you see me, mommy?!


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Agra, India - 27th May 2008

By: Mosuha

Oh, this should be the great day!
We woke up very early on tuesday, because we were all so excited to see the Taj Mahal.

Imagine, we could even see it from the hotel's room, far far away....

We made as much noise as we could to wake up our hosts, we just couldn't wait!

But than the big disapointment!
At the entry to the place of the Taj Mahal, the guys said, we tvs are all not allowed to go inside. In fact, humans are only permitted to take their camera with them.

These guys were very rude and sticked to their silly rules, Mona and Uli couldn't do anything.

That was soooo sad!

But our hosts went in and took some pictures for us.
And they told us a little bit about the history of the Taj.

Did you know these facts:

The Taj was built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial for his second wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died giving birth to their 14th child. in 1631. The death of Mumtaz left the emperor so heartbroken that his hair is said to have turned grey overnight. Construction of the Taj began in the same year and was not completed until 1653. In total 20.000 people worked on the building. The construction bill is believed to have run to 3 Million Rupee equivalent to about 70 million US dollar today.

As the Taj was ready, Shah Jahan let cut off the right hand of every worker, who built it, because he wanted to make sure, that they were not able to built another copy of Taj for any other man.

And soon after the finishing, Shah Jahan's son became the Emperor and put his father into jail.
He said, it is a big crime to built such an expansive building, while the folks have nothing to eat and die because of hunger. He put Shah Jahan into the Agra Fort from where he could see the Taj from his window every day, untill he died.

We went to this place, and Shah must had the same view, we had as we took this picture of me and the Taj in the far.

Still today it is a shame, that the goverment earns so much money every year from the visitors of the Taj Mahal, but Agra is still such a poor city.

It is very dirty and many people have got nothing to eat.

Around the place of the Taj a lot of beggars are, and you have totally to watch out, not to be cheated by shopowner and other people on the streets.

So this was a not so nice expierience allover....

Later we saw a nice hindu temple, which looks a little bit like the Taj on our way to Delhi.

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* Posted Jun 10, 2008, 5:31 pm Last edited Jun 13, 2008, 2:02 pm by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Delhi, India - 28th May 2008

By: Mosuha

Wednesday my hosts spent the morning at the pool and I slept very long. That has to be from time to time, you know....

Later we visited together The National Gallery Of Modern Art in Delhi, which showed a exibition called "FLUX" with the artist Joseph Beuys, which was extremly weird, if you ask me!

After that, we saw some really nice buildings, some old tombs like the Humayun's Tomb, build in the mid 16th century by Haji Begum.


* Posted Jun 10, 2008, 8:24 pm Last edited Jun 10, 2008, 8:28 pm by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Delhi, India - 29th May 2008

By: Mosuha

Today we saw the Red Fort in Delhi, but because of the security check at the entry, just Roderich and Carl, could slip in.

The Red Fort was built by the guy, who built the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan.
The sandstone walls of the Red Fort extend for 2 km and vary in height from 18m to 33m. Shah Jahan began construction of the massive fort in 1638 and it was completed in 1648. Shah Jahan never completly moved his capitel from Agra to his new city of Shahjahanabad in Delhi, because he was deposed and imprisoned in Agra Fort by his son, as I told you before.

Later we walked thrue the market streets of Old Delhi...and.... mmmmh.... were a little surprised by some disgusting smell, till we saw the reason for it.....

To be honest, I felt a little sick after that....


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Manali, India - 30th May 2008

By: Mosuha

ooooooh yeaaaah... today we fly north of Delhi to Manali, which lies at an altidude of 2700m in the himalaya mountains and it was muuuuuuch less warm..... I loved that!!!

In Manali we took a little walk to the town and than enjoyed the beautiflu view from the hotel room's balcony.


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Manali /Kullu, India - 31st May 2008

By: Mosuha

Today was great.

We first went to a place, where Mona, Uli and Repa gone for a white-water-rafting.... That was nothing for me, but we watched them.

Later we visited some other places in Manali and, near by, the village of Vashisht.

In this area lives a lot of tibetan refugees, so you also find typicall tibetan houses and buddism temples. 


* Posted Jun 13, 2008, 8:07 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Area of Manali/ Kullu/ Naggar, India - 1st June 2008

By: Mosuha

Oh, I love the area of Manali.
Everything is green, the weather is chilly and the people are friendly.

Today we first visited some old temple and a cute, little castle.

Naggar castle was capital of the Kullu Valley for nearly 1500 years and the castle was built by Raja Sidh Singh about 500 years ago in the classic Himachal wood ans stone blockwork style. The castle's courtyard contains a tiny Jagtipath Temple, which houses a slab of stone said to have been carried here by wild bees.... and a small museum.

About 2 km uphill past the castle is the Roerich Gallery, a fine old house displaying the artwork of eccentric Russian painter Nikolai Roerich, who died in Naggar 1947, and his son Svetoslav Roerich.

The distinctive Roerich style falls somewhere between surrealism and russian icon painting.

It was very interesting!

A five minute wark uphill from the gallery (which was extreme steeply), is the Urusvati Himalayan Folk & Art Museum, which houses a collection of embroidery and folk art.

Later we saw also the Jana Waterfalls, hide in the mountains.


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Manali, India - 2nd June 2008

By: Mosuha

Today we didn't do a lot.

The weather was bad, it rained, so we just relaxed and played "phase 10", a very good card game.

And later we saw some traditional indian dancers.


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