Miffa Chan


Snow & Ski – Andorra GrandValira – Part 2
February 14, 2013, 10:16 am
Filed under: andorra, Goggles, hares, Miffa, ski, snow, Tometaro
Now it’s time for more pictures of beautiful snowed landscapes. 

I was wearing goggles in the past in many of my travels and adventures around the world, but at some point the frame said “enough”. Sometime ago Father Bunny bought me a new ones.

My original ones were SMITH (a well known brand of snow goggles) but know he got me some from LIDL (Crivit Brand)

Anyone there wanna be my stepfather? 

I remind you I inherited 1 million USD from my grandfather and that the money is well kept in a Swiss account.

 Tometaro did not need any clothes,
 “I am a Polar Bear” he said

 I know my grand grand grand ma was a snow hare,
but when the family moved to Hong Kong
we lost our cold proof DNA 
Accidents are likely to happen on snow.
Protection is a must kids!!!
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Snow & Ski – Andorra GrandValira – Part 1
February 13, 2013, 11:55 am
Filed under: andorra, Miffa, ski, snow, Tometaro
It had been a while since my first trip to Andorra. I was there with my sister in 2006 (you can check it here).

But lately I have discovered a nice place called Canillo (from there you can access Grandvalira ski resort). I visited it for the first time past December and this past weekend too. 

I love snow – have you notice my fur is white and that I wear winter clothes? – but unfortunately there’s not a lot in Barcelona or Hong Kong… Even in Andorra you ave to go up in the mountains to step on it.

Fortunately my two visits to Andorra have coincided with some of the best snow days people can remember in last years. And lowest temperaturest too.

So, what we got was a very nice hotel with spa, plenty of snow (more than one meter) just on the streets, great powder to ski, great food, great fun…

…and of course an old man complaining about the road conditions and thinking if we could be able to return home. (i am talking about my Father).

 It was snowing a little bit when we arrived
 Tometaro and his friend at Grandvalira
  Ski Shuttle with “some” snow on its roof

  Father Bunny took his new snow boots

 Summer tires 255/50/R19, not the best choice
for snowy roads, but a lot of fun if fully insured.
(that is not the case)



Anpanman’s museum
January 3, 2013, 11:31 am
Filed under: Anpanman, Caffe Miffy, Japan, Miffa


We visited Anpanman museum in Yokohama, it was a very rainy day and Yokohama is not so close to Tokyo as you will expect. But we had a great time!!!

Now some wikipedia about him that can be found here

Anpanman (アンパンマン?) is a Japanese picture book series written by Takashi Yanase since 1973. It was   inspired by Yanase’s struggles to survive as a soldier in World War II. Many times, he became faced with the prospect of starvation, which made him dream about eating anpan (a bean-jam filled pastry).



Miffa is a fan: Mandarin Oriental Thailandia
August 1, 2012, 11:16 am
Filed under: Mandarion Oriental, Miffa, thailand, Travel
After the crows in London, and after a terrible trip in a – in other days- pretty decent air company we have arrived to our summer destination.


Past year we did a mistake and booked another hotel in Singapore called Mandarin, but it wasn’t Mandarin Oriental.

A nice car was waiting for us a a very nice girl gave me and Tometaro a beautiful brazalet made of fresh flowers.




Hey, Miffa turned a policewoman!!!
April 15, 2012, 9:46 am
Filed under: England, Miffa, united kingdom
And to prove it, we took a picture!



What we have been doing lately
October 24, 2011, 3:44 pm
Filed under: brussels, Miffa, Singapore, Travel
Ok, I got that Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse shares and now they’re so exposed to European debt crisis that I have lost almost a third of the money I invested.

Sure, my Golf villas at Costa Brava are not selling well, but nearly all the money I use was not mine, so this issue compensates the first statement.

For all the lazy and lame bunnies who read my father’s laziness as “bankruptcy” , or for those who said “you’re six years old and you’re done”, and for all my fans who truly love me…

Another what we have been done with our time lately.

 Driving a Diablo, who actually wanted to kill me
 In a shopping mall inside Sands Marina Singapore
 Having some posh tea in Singapore
 Introducing my sisters to old 3d movies
 Cooking with Paul Bocusse’s golden medal chefs in Belgium
 Cooking with Paul Bocusse’s golden medal chefs in Belgium (II)
 Some Costa Brava beach enjoyment
Picturing my friend Ampaman in an exclusive resort in Gavarres 


Even more Singapore
August 18, 2011, 1:52 am
Filed under: Miffa, Singapore, Tometaro, Travel


















From our place, located in Havelock Rd, to Singapore’s center it takes half an hour to arrive walking riverside. A nice walk if you are on foot but dangerous if you ride a bike. Get into an underpass and you will be fined 1000 SG$ (anyways all the people were riding under, so i can imagine the measure is not very effective).

All the restaurants on the river margins are there to quit some weight in the pockets of tourist and expatriates who have the money and drink hard during the night. So during day light they offer you nice set menues for as least as 15 SG$.

No people, no scams, just take profit of this and go there for lunch and avoid there for dinner.

If you need some music and want to see some impossible heels and short skirts go to Zouk.