Miffa Chan


Family and friends re-unite
December 30, 2012, 1:42 am
Filed under: Chan family, Design, hotels, Japan



Some time ago we discovered Park Hotel Tokyo. It was our second visit to Father Bunny’s beloved Tokyo city. 

Location is excellent, service is outstanding, views are some of the best in Tokyo, but above all, people is nice and friendly, they make your stay better than you dreamed about it!

And last,  they gave us Tometaro Jr. as a present. I promised the front desk attendant who gave it to me that i will take him to nice places, in order to make Tometaro Jr. an International Hotel Manager Consultant.

But we promised Tometaro that we will be back in Shiodome to visit Tometaro Sr, and here we are.

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The Great British Summer (we’re not kidding)
October 1, 2012, 11:18 am
Filed under: Bunnies, Chan family, Travel, u, united kingdom
With so many pictures to display, enjoy and comment, one sometimes miss several nice ones.
Prior to our trip to Thailand, we were in UK. Obviously we were “invited” to go there rather than we desired to go, but anyways…
I managed to make some good friends there, like Rosie – Belgium- and a bunch of cows made out concrete!!!!

 Planes, gas stations and traffic lights close to HRG airport
 You know Rosie, the Belgian hare? Nice fur that I envy
 We manage to drive high output luxury cars like this MB S-Class
And a lot of “non bunnie family” friends came with me on asisgnment

Bunnies were there – the boat project – 



Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
September 9, 2012, 6:05 pm
Filed under: Bangkok, Chan family, scams, Travel
Located around 100 kms from Bangkok Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the bigest floating market in Thailand.

May be in the past it was worth of visiting this place but now is infected with tourists and its mere existence is to be one of the worst tourist traps in the country.

Normally you book a day trip from your hotel in Bangkok. The price is quite expensive, but you think it will be a great journey. Unfortunately a small van picks you up from the hotel just to get into a big bus with plenty of other people who ate the bait.

A first stop in a coconut oil factory in the way to the market made us suspicious, then you arrive to a long boat deck where an endless line of these machines are waiting to navigate you though the channels.

But the nice pictures you saw in your travel guide of people approaching your boat to sell their merchandise or your boat gently by the side of a nice food stall are that “just pictures”

Instead you arrive to a concrete structure plenty of shops and food stalls. Everything that you will find is pure crap, the same you can buy in any other market.

A great deception that is shared with almost all the people who visited the place. 

Our advice, take a tour in the Chao Praya river, cheaper, nicer and less time consuming.



In Ko Samui with our Cafemiffy friends
August 12, 2012, 4:08 am
Filed under: Beaches, Caffe Miffy, Chan family, Travel


We have met again after some time. Nijntje, Chairoko and Kiiroko came to Thailand to spend some days enjoying this beautiful place.

I will keep you updated



The Ancient man rocks – El puto viejo la lia.
April 13, 2011, 2:03 pm
Filed under: Chan family, Hong Kong

Get on a ferry after having two shots espresso, after a hard night argument with your step child – ME- an international star that shines 10 times more than Paris decided to say no to FB’s plans, so while he went for a stupid day in Tung Wan’s beach, we decided to buy some apparell in IFC2.


Our third day at home: Ocean Park
April 13, 2011, 1:38 am
Filed under: Chan family, Hong Kong, We don't give a shit

Gone are the days of rushing into the crowds, we are flavouring Hong Kong slowly smoked and roasted. We get up late, we have breakfast in a place where one can literally “sit in a corner and watch the cars pass by”.

When we arrive to central the robbers that work for the banks are having lunch, we just have breakfast, i suppose that if your work is to steal money from citizens that gives you extra stamina.

But yesterday we spent a great day in Ocean Park, but my camera is not working anymore, so may be it’s a good reason to buy a new one.


The lovely rabbit, Father Bunny and how he adopted me
January 20, 2011, 11:04 pm
Filed under: Chan family, Hong Kong

Inside Father Bunny’s secret pocket coat there’s emergency money, nylon straps, all kind of shit to survive but there’s also this picture of a rabbit that he has been carried all over the world in his travels.


I knew some of the story about it and it has a lot to do about how our bunny family origin.

Today while working on a project we discovered something about Lucky Rabbit’s identity and my father told me all about him and me.

Shortly in this blog