Miffa Chan


My second time at Puerta de America
March 26, 2007, 6:16 pm
Filed under: Bunnies, Caffe Miffy, Chan family, Fashion


A year ago father bunny and my teddy visited Madrid. They were hosted in Hotel Puerta de America. That time they spent there four days because the dumbest marketers from the country did their annual congress on those dates and after that My father has to organize an event at IFEMA.

That time I was invited and we were on floor 2. Here you can read our adventures there.

Fortunately this year we travelled only to take care of that IFEMA event. Good planning and Fathers Bunny’s ability to delay decisions ended up in the same Hotel and travelling in Business (this was just 18 euros per fare more, so it wasn’t so bad).

Of course it was a good opportunity to visit Madrid with Chirioko and Kiirioko. A nice Hotel with nice views and exclusive rooms, a lot of services, an excellent plan for a weekend.

We were too tired on Thursday because we arrived almost at 10 pm, but while Father Bunny was busy with his stuff me and my friends enjoyed our floor designed by Mariscal. We met giant bunny at the lobby, a weird one, but still nice.

We spent most of our time at the hotel but it was very funny. Besides my friends were at the new T4 Madrid terminal and enjoyed a nice dinner in our room.

Soon a review about Puerta de America’s eleventh floor.



My second time at Puerta de America
March 26, 2007, 6:16 pm
Filed under: Bunnies, Caffe Miffy, Chan family, Fashion


A year ago father bunny and my teddy visited Madrid. They were hosted in Hotel Puerta de America. That time they spent there four days because the dumbest marketers from the country did their annual congress on those dates and after that My father has to organize an event at IFEMA.

That time I was invited and we were on floor 2. Here you can read our adventures there.

Fortunately this year we travelled only to take care of that IFEMA event. Good planning and Fathers Bunny’s ability to delay decisions ended up in the same Hotel and travelling in Business (this was just 18 euros per fare more, so it wasn’t so bad).

Of course it was a good opportunity to visit Madrid with Chirioko and Kiirioko. A nice Hotel with nice views and exclusive rooms, a lot of services, an excellent plan for a weekend.

We were too tired on Thursday because we arrived almost at 10 pm, but while Father Bunny was busy with his stuff me and my friends enjoyed our floor designed by Mariscal. We met giant bunny at the lobby, a weird one, but still nice.

We spent most of our time at the hotel but it was very funny. Besides my friends were at the new T4 Madrid terminal and enjoyed a nice dinner in our room.

Soon a review about Puerta de America’s eleventh floor.



Chairoko and Kiiroko at Carme Ruscalleda’s
March 21, 2007, 8:55 pm
Filed under: Caffe Miffy, Chan family, Miffa
Experimental bunny marketing on the rocks

Finally they’ve arrived, just a couple of days flying from Tokyo to Madrid but there they were trapped at customs for four days.

Anyways, I picked them up from the post office just a minute or two before the closing time and I was unable to pick up Miffa.

They were quite tired and suffered from some jet lag but they liked the plan; going to a nice restaurant owned by Carme Ruscadella.

Who will be a better host than her?? – Who owns a restaurant in Tokyo-

And Carmen, who did an outstanding dinner for us (with her team support), was the nicer and more friendly SuperChef that I have known!!

She offered to be pictured with our bunny guest and she even took our guests to her kitchen where a girl from Japan is working.

Miffa is a little bit jealous about our new guest (She wanted to know Carme Ruscalleda ) but Chairoko and Kiiroko and Miffu slept together in Miffa’s room.



Chairoko and Kiiroko at Carme Ruscalleda’s
March 21, 2007, 8:55 pm
Filed under: Caffe Miffy, Chan family, Miffa
Experimental bunny marketing on the rocks

Finally they’ve arrived, just a couple of days flying from Tokyo to Madrid but there they were trapped at customs for four days.

Anyways, I picked them up from the post office just a minute or two before the closing time and I was unable to pick up Miffa.

They were quite tired and suffered from some jet lag but they liked the plan; going to a nice restaurant owned by Carme Ruscadella.

Who will be a better host than her?? – Who owns a restaurant in Tokyo-

And Carmen, who did an outstanding dinner for us (with her team support), was the nicer and more friendly SuperChef that I have known!!

She offered to be pictured with our bunny guest and she even took our guests to her kitchen where a girl from Japan is working.

Miffa is a little bit jealous about our new guest (She wanted to know Carme Ruscalleda ) but Chairoko and Kiiroko and Miffu slept together in Miffa’s room.



Chairoko and Kiiroko at Carme Ruscalleda’s
March 21, 2007, 8:55 pm
Filed under: Caffe Miffy, Chan family, Miffa
Experimental bunny marketing on the rocks

Finally they’ve arrived, just a couple of days flying from Tokyo to Madrid but there they were trapped at customs for four days.

Anyways, I picked them up from the post office just a minute or two before the closing time and I was unable to pick up Miffa.

They were quite tired and suffered from some jet lag but they liked the plan; going to a nice restaurant owned by Carme Ruscadella.

Who will be a better host than her?? – Who owns a restaurant in Tokyo-

And Carmen, who did an outstanding dinner for us (with her team support), was the nicer and more friendly SuperChef that I have known!!

She offered to be pictured with our bunny guest and she even took our guests to her kitchen where a girl from Japan is working.

Miffa is a little bit jealous about our new guest (She wanted to know Carme Ruscalleda ) but Chairoko and Kiiroko and Miffu slept together in Miffa’s room.



Miffo’s trip to Japan
March 21, 2007, 10:33 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

This Tuesday my sister Miffo and my friends Pau and Laia (From Sabadell) have taken a UPS plane from Barcelona to Tokyo.

Past Sunday we did a big party, we set up everything and we built a special capsule to accommodate both of them. Father Bunny and me did a selection of Spanish food that we placed in the same capsule.

The trip will take about three days and Miffo will stay there until summer with her Japanese family. There she will learn a little bit of Japanese and will share a lot of experiences with her new bunny brothers and sisters. And they are quite a few.

Our friends from Cafemiffy master several cuisines from the east and they will introduce exquisite and secret recipes to Miffo.

Pau and Laila are entrepreneurs who will start a new life in Japan. They will attend there to school and after that their plans is to open a chain of Catalonian restaurants.

A big kiss to my sisters and their new family!!



Miffo’s trip to Japan
March 21, 2007, 10:33 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

This Tuesday my sister Miffo and my friends Pau and Laia (From Sabadell) have taken a UPS plane from Barcelona to Tokyo.

Past Sunday we did a big party, we set up everything and we built a special capsule to accommodate both of them. Father Bunny and me did a selection of Spanish food that we placed in the same capsule.

The trip will take about three days and Miffo will stay there until summer with her Japanese family. There she will learn a little bit of Japanese and will share a lot of experiences with her new bunny brothers and sisters. And they are quite a few.

Our friends from Cafemiffy master several cuisines from the east and they will introduce exquisite and secret recipes to Miffo.

Pau and Laila are entrepreneurs who will start a new life in Japan. They will attend there to school and after that their plans is to open a chain of Catalonian restaurants.

A big kiss to my sisters and their new family!!



Miffo’s trip to Japan
March 21, 2007, 10:33 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

This Tuesday my sister Miffo and my friends Pau and Laia (From Sabadell) have taken a UPS plane from Barcelona to Tokyo.

Past Sunday we did a big party, we set up everything and we built a special capsule to accommodate both of them. Father Bunny and me did a selection of Spanish food that we placed in the same capsule.

The trip will take about three days and Miffo will stay there until summer with her Japanese family. There she will learn a little bit of Japanese and will share a lot of experiences with her new bunny brothers and sisters. And they are quite a few.

Our friends from Cafemiffy master several cuisines from the east and they will introduce exquisite and secret recipes to Miffo.

Pau and Laila are entrepreneurs who will start a new life in Japan. They will attend there to school and after that their plans is to open a chain of Catalonian restaurants.

A big kiss to my sisters and their new family!!



How to be a good motorist by our own Steve McQueen: Paco Costas
March 16, 2007, 11:41 am
Filed under: High output cars, Miffa, Travel
Father Bunny’s new job as a gas smuggler in Irak

Sometimes you can not imagine how difficult is to have a step father from a totally different culture. Let’s say in my new country there is somehow a “missing link” between the previous generation and my father’s.

My friend Evasèe posted an article in big Corrosco’s blog about one of my Father’s most bizarre favourite TV shows.

So, he has been watching all the chapters several times during the last two days. No problem at all, but he pretended me to watch them with him.

I must admit that me and FB love cars, motorbikes and even lawn machines. He was scared of robbers and bandits (or at least this is what he told me) and I missed Guatemala where his Kia Rio flied both on tarmac and off road overtaking even 4wds.

In Australia we really took out the most from our Holden V6 both in on road and off road. A real wheel car is always fun and helps you to place the rear in the right place.

He did some training in a Land Rover’s camp sometime ago so he is above the average Joe in 4wd driving but still several thousand miles away from the impressive master that I saw in those videos.

Tight trousers, a nice camel brown leather jacket, a baseball cap and a defying sight, forget that bunch of twenty year old lamer boys. We’re talking about Paco Costas

This is according to Mr. Evasèe the Spanish Steve McQueen. It’s not only a matter of being fast, safe and with outstanding knowledge.

It’s a matter of attitude. Be a real motorist, Be Pacos Costas.



How to be a good motorist by our own Steve McQueen: Paco Costas
March 16, 2007, 11:41 am
Filed under: High output cars, Miffa, Travel
Father Bunny’s new job as a gas smuggler in Irak

Sometimes you can not imagine how difficult is to have a step father from a totally different culture. Let’s say in my new country there is somehow a “missing link” between the previous generation and my father’s.

My friend Evasèe posted an article in big Corrosco’s blog about one of my Father’s most bizarre favourite TV shows.

So, he has been watching all the chapters several times during the last two days. No problem at all, but he pretended me to watch them with him.

I must admit that me and FB love cars, motorbikes and even lawn machines. He was scared of robbers and bandits (or at least this is what he told me) and I missed Guatemala where his Kia Rio flied both on tarmac and off road overtaking even 4wds.

In Australia we really took out the most from our Holden V6 both in on road and off road. A real wheel car is always fun and helps you to place the rear in the right place.

He did some training in a Land Rover’s camp sometime ago so he is above the average Joe in 4wd driving but still several thousand miles away from the impressive master that I saw in those videos.

Tight trousers, a nice camel brown leather jacket, a baseball cap and a defying sight, forget that bunch of twenty year old lamer boys. We’re talking about Paco Costas

This is according to Mr. Evasèe the Spanish Steve McQueen. It’s not only a matter of being fast, safe and with outstanding knowledge.

It’s a matter of attitude. Be a real motorist, Be Pacos Costas.