Its known ( see " The birational geometry of degenerations") that there exist a smooth one parameter family (i.e. total space is smooth) of two dimensional complex toris over unit disk whose central fiber is a normal crossing union of (say four for example) some copies of $\mathbb{P}^2$ blown up at 3 points of a triangle; i.e.

$$\pi:X \to \Delta \subset \mathbb{C},$$ such that $ X_t=\pi^{-1}(t), t\neq 0,$ is smooth and and is a complex tori; $X_0= \cup V_i$ and the singular locus of $X_0$ restricted to each $V_i$ is a cycle of 6 minus 1 curves. It is also known that in this case, the dual graph of $X_0$ is $S^1\times S^1$.

Authors mention that this degeneration can be realized via toroidal embeddings (I assume it means using toric varieties) but there is no explicit example.

Does any body know any explicit example, presenting such toroidal embedding?

**Just to know: The total space $X$ mentioned above is a Kulikov model whose smooth fibers are complex tori**