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Travelog for: Lady Sirina

at home, USA - 22nd October 2008

By: RockVixen07

Lady Sirina is ready to travel and see many interesting places!
She's still awaiting her FIRST host and is hopeful. Anyone wanting to host gets a little surprise that Sirina will be holding for you! She's excited to meet her first host =)


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Texas, USA - 22nd October 2008

By: RockVixen07

Today I received my first host! I'm excited to be heading out to Germany. Me and my friend, Aroyle the Fox (soon to be a TV) are relaxing at home until I live for my first trip.
Here we are eating some Wendy's!


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Texas, USA - 23rd October 2008

By: RockVixen07

I'm getting ready to head out! My mom is packing me but I'm only traveling alone with something for my host.
This is me going into my packaging.
Me all set and ready to be wrapped!

Lady Sirina

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Homburg, Germany - 7th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

After a delay at customs, where I got an x-ray done to prove that I am a perfectly healthy plushy, no funny fillings (I could have told them that, btu I think they didn't understand my language.), I finally arrived at my destination, a mail box in Germany. I got freed shortly after I was placed there and promptly taken out of my envelope, only to immediately be packed up in a bag again. Funny idea of hospitality! After all I am a lady! At least I met Curio, who's apparently going to be my travel companion for a short while. Let's see where we'll land.

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Sprockhövel, Germany - 8th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

We made a trip north and took a very long walk there in the sun. It was warm in the sun, nearly t-shirt weather in November.
The colors were beautiful with late autumn forest, green grass and the sun.
We saw a few horses.
One of them tried to eat us, so we took flight.
We walked by some old farm houses with the whitewash and black beams.
The leaves look lumescent like this.
All these ups and downs are exhausting, esp with my really short legs.
This photo turnes out funny but we like it.

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Essen, Germany - 8th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

This is the Colloseum. It used to be an factory but is now a musical theatre. This modification of former industrial buildings is esp. common in the Ruhrarea, because it used to live off coal mining and the steel industry.
Right next to it is the Weststadthalle. It contains cultural facilities, e.g. the Folkwang school of arts uses it for dance and music lessons. The towers behind it house a big movie theatre with 18 different show rooms, a few bars, a bowling alley and offices.
Here's the view out of the shopping center Limbecker Platz unto one of the two mainshopping streets in the inner city. You can't see it wel in the picture, but there are arches of lights from house to house. Essen was the first city to initiate 'light weeks' in winter.
This is the side of the Grillo Theatre and some more light decorations.

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Homburg, Germany - 13th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

Tonight we had a beautiful rising of the moon.

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Homburg, Germany - 14th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

We got to go long with our host to class this morning. We had to go into the bag with all the notes and school stuff.
It was very cold and foggy. I could see my breath in front of me, whih added to the fog, I'm sure.
Here we are in front of the school yard.
And here at the bus stop in front of the school.

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Homburg, Germany - 14th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

Let's take a look around the place we live in:
Here's our hang out place between a souvenir from Paris and a picture of our host's great-grandmother.
The day has actually turned sunny and the windows faces the southwest, so the blinds have to be closed against the sun unless you want to wear sunglasses for the summery atmosphere.
Books, CDs and postcard chaos:
Curio and I are in the "girly vitrine". I can't decide on my favourite scent. The little white bear is awfully cutes, though, don't you think so?!
And the kitchen. It's really small.

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Homburg, Germany - 22nd November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

It's time for some Christmas decorating! My hosts says she usually uses the colorful glass ornaments. The sparkly stars seemed nice in the store but make a lot of dirt with the glitter falling off and she's not quite sure what to do with them anyway. Curio really wanted the sparkly stuff, though. We took some yarn and Curio cut off long pieces of it,
threaded it through a safety pin and the hangers of the stars and had my host fasten them through the curtain rollers.

We also arranged some candles.

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Homburg, Germany - 22nd November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

I decided to be a good guest and to make muffins for everyone.
I put flour, sugar in a mixing bowl
added water and oil
2 eggs
beat it all creamy, then added some chocolate splits
put the dough in little forms, put more chocolate on top
and put them all in the oven for 25 min.

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Homburg, Germany - 23rd November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

We came back late at night/early in the morning, with -2.5°C (I think that's about 28°F) outside. It was could and freezing. The road led through the forest. We scared some deer here with the headlights and luckily they ran away. It was really spooky.
We were glad when we saw signs of civilization again.
We did you the opportunity to play in the snow a bit when we felt save again.

* Posted Nov 23, 2008, 1:07 am Last edited Nov 23, 2008, 2:25 pm by Apperveilchen [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Homburg, Germany - 24th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

It's snowing again!


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Homburg, Germany - 27th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

One of my life misions was to meet at least 3 other TVs. Well, hat one was easy. Here I am with Aquila, Thiele, Curio and another soon to be TV.


* Posted Nov 28, 2008, 4:16 pm Last edited Nov 29, 2008, 6:02 pm by Apperveilchen [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Homburg, Germany - 29th November 2008

By: Apperveilchen

Sorry for the bad quality of the picture (again). We were in a rush an the lighting was difficult because we couldn't use a flash. I hope you can still recognize us in a sandstome cave. It's part of one of the old houses (1700) in the town that are built directly into the rock that the castle was built one. Many of them used to be connected to the Schlossberghöhlen, the biggest manmade sandstone caves in Europe. It was a retreat and a safety measure. This one is now decorated for Christmas with a little "Krippe". If you touch the walls or ceiling they crumple a bit. Sandstone is pretty soft.


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