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home, Tomsk, Russia - 11th January 2015

By: Abdysh

Hello! My name is Batty the Bat. I'm from Siberia. I lived in Novosibirsk, and I moved to Tomsk half a year ago with my owner Dasha.

Here I met Moony from Germany, and that was he who told me about toyvoyaging. So I decided to see the world!

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* Posted Jan 11, 2015, 10:11 am Last edited Feb 14, 2015, 7:46 am by Abdysh [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Tomsk, Russia - 14th February 2015

By: Abdysh

Let me show you my town Tomsk. It is small, but old and beautiful ^_^

A little never-frozen stream.

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A hotel.

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New Year Tree :)

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Tom' River.

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Our coat of arms.

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Chekhov, a famous writer.

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New Year tree once more...

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Ans some ice sculptures :) "I <3 Tomsk"!

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Can't wait to visit other cities and to learn, what life in other countries looks like :)

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Essen, Germany - 19th February 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey mum,

today I arrived in Essen together with Moony. BlackCat had to smile about our message in German. She said we wrote it all right, yay. And then she told me that even though Moony travelled here with me, I won't see much of him during my stay. But I met the other toys I am here with who will travel with me.

I think I will have a lot of fun here.

Greetings from Germany
Batty

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Essen, Germany - 3rd March 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey,

today we said Goodbye to Arwen and Miia. They both travel on and we are excited to see what they will do on their travels.

I will miss them.

Batty

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* Posted Apr 19, 2015, 2:12 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Essen, Germany - 7th March 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey :),

today we had a lot of fun on a walk. We went to a forest where you can see some of the animals that live in forests here. Like wild pigs and deers. We saw some of them as well.

The forest is still damaged a lot thanks to a storm that happened here in Essen in June 2014. A lot trees fell back then and a lot are broken now. It was a really scary day.

After the walk in the forest we found a little viewpoint and enjoyed the view over the lake Baldeney and the watergate/waterworks.

BlackCat thought about it for a moment and then decided that we would walk there. So we did. First we met some ducks at the river Ruhr and then walked to the lake Baldeney and over the watergate/waterworks. The lake is a barrier lake.

A lot of sailboats were on the lake on that day.

It was a lot of fun.

Love
Batty

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Essen, Germany - 14th March 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey :),

today we went on a walk with BlackCat and her cousin. It was just a normal walk in a forest. We found a restaurant that looked really old and we liked it. So we took photos of that as well.

It was a nice day and we enjoyed the walk a lot.

Love
Batty

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Münster, Germany - 28th March 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey,

today we went in the zoo. I don't think I have to tell you about all the animals we saw, but the skull we are sitting on is an elephant skull. And the witch flew against a tree on the playground, which made me laugh. It was a fun day. In Münster you are allowed to feed the elephants. We don't have photos of that, but we did it and it was really funny.

Do you see the skeleton? It is a fruit bat skeleton. Yay.

Love
Batty

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* Posted Apr 19, 2015, 2:53 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Bochum, Germany - 16th April 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey,

today we went to Bochum and got to see all kind of cool things in the city centre. On our way back home we found some big machines and had to take photos with them as well. It was so interesting.

Love
Batty

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Essen, Germany - 26th April 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey

today Qah and Mr. Moose arrived here and brought some candy. We welcomed them with a group hug and we hope they will have a great time here with us.

Love
Batty

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Essen, Germany - 7th May 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey,

today we had a short walk and guess what we found? A boat in a garden. We were so surprised. And we don't know if it is decoration, or if the people forgot that they had a boat in their garden.
We also got to smell some flowers, which was really nice as well.

Love
Batty

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Essen, Germany - 15th May 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey,

today we had a bbq all together. It was really nice. We had a grilled sausage and talked a lot.

Love
Batty

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Essen, Germany - 23rd May 2015

By: BlackCat

Hey,

so today we all watched the Eurovision Song Contest together. It's a song competition Europe has every single year. This year they had a guest country - Australia.
We had snacks and watched it for a while but then were tired.

The winner is this video here (CLICK). A really great song from Sweden.

Love
Batty

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Nanhaizi Park, Beijing, China - 21st June 2015

By: goomymia

Dear Dasha, I'm in Beijing!

How are you doing?
It's super hot here, very very hot. How's the weather in Tomsk??? :)
This is the gate of the park, a traditional Chinese gate. I heard they call it Paifang, maybe it's a bit different from gate.

I saw a lady posting in front of the site map, she looks very happy..
Two boys with their tuck nets beside the lake. There are many lotus leaves on the lake, while I can barely see any lotus, perhaps they are hiding under the water because the temperature.

Look at these flowers, they have nowhere to hide so they are tired. :thinking:
I need to grab a cold drink to cool down myself. I absorbed too much heat under the sun..

...talk to you later!
Batty


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Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibet, China - 30th September 2015

By: goomymia

After around 43 hours train we finally arrived in Lhasa!!!
It was 3757m in total, and I do feel a bit altitude sick.. Think about it, the altitude is only 50m back in Beijing:thinking:
I saw the magnificent Potala Palace, which is definitely the highest building in Lhasa.
I also went to local postoffice, and then we took a stroll around Potala Palace. :rolleyes:




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Jokhang Temple, Tibet - 1st October 2015

By: goomymia


Wandering aroung Barkhor Street where is the most popular local shopping area, we visited the famous Jokhang, here are some infomation: :D

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The Jokhang is located on Barkhor Square in Lhasa, the capital city of the country of Tibet. For most Tibetans it is the most sacred and important temple in Tibet. It is in some regards pan-sectarian, but is controlled by the Gelug school. The temple's architectural style is a mixture of Indian vihara design, Tibetan, and Nepalese design.

The Jokhang was founded during the reign of king Songtsän Gampo. According to tradition, the temple was built for the two brides of the king, Princess Wencheng of the Chinese Tang dynasty and Princess Bhrikuti of Nepal. Both wives are said to have brought important Buddhist statues and images from China and Nepal to Tibet as part of their dowries, and they were housed here. Initially, many Nepalese artists worked to construct this temple.

   

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