Miffa Chan


Cafe Miffy, our unknown friends from Japan
December 23, 2006, 9:35 pm
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Lucky bunnies in Guam?

Me, Miffa trying to post in Spanish (How complicated life is)

In Australia we saw a lot of Japanese people and while in a coffee having breakfast some girls suddenly started to hail me.

 

– “This is Miffa Chan, Miffa Chan, how cool is she”

Obviously Miff* is well known there, people love her and somehow similar actions to our blogging experiment born there.

The best, as far as I know is Cafe Miffy

We don’t understand a word, because the whole page is in Japanese but for sure there’s another Father/Mother Bunny over there with a lot of bunny children and he/she loves to travel with them. Well done!

And there are kind of poshy Miffas, Paris, Guam…

 

Cuando Papa Conejo y yo decidimos unirnos a la blogosfera hace casi un año pensábamos que estábamos solos, pero no lo estamos.

En Australia vimos un montón de japoneses y mientras estábamos desayunando en una cafetería unas chicas comenzaron a hacerme señas.

– Es Miffa Chan, es Miffa Chan, como mola.

Sin duda allí conocen a Miff*, la gente la aprecia y no es de extrañar que algunas ideas similares a la nuestra floreciesen.

El mejor ejemplo es Café Miffy.

No entendemos una palabra porque todo esta en japonés pero seguro que hay un Papá conejo/Mamá conejo allí que tiene un montón de conejo hijos y a el/ella les encanta viajar con ellos. ¡Bien hecho!

Y vaya conejas pijas, Paris, Guam…

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No replacement for displacement
December 23, 2006, 9:34 pm
Filed under: Travels

Miffa drove this Holden Commodore 3.8 EFI rear wheel with no ESP in Tasmania.

Cornering with this bitch was funny specially when wet, so

funny that Tasmanian Police stopped me and Father Bunny.

We thought that we were Crocket and Tubbs but we were not.

 

I love cars, I must admit that. No matter if we’re talking about big trucks or the latest coupe. But this can be a problem when you’re a little bunny without a driving license.

It was actually, because in the country where I am living now driving is a very dangerous activity. Speed limits are the same as 40 years ago when no ABS no ESP no NOTHING where available.

The average driver is taught how to pass several stupid trials to get his/her license. The electronics that you can find in a car help them to solve almost any problem.

Now driving is all about staring at you speedometer at legal speeds, ignore traffic and track conditions , brake as hell if you see that fuc*** (we have plenty of them with different colours and equipment) .

So if ever you need to drive – really drive – without any help and without any limits you’d better take a cab.



Miffa in Australia: Part V Last days
December 23, 2006, 9:33 pm
Filed under: Travels

Last day in Australia… we’ve been denied on board our flight from Cairns to Sydney, some problem with our booking agent (who we paid in January) has occurred and we were forced to buy another ticket.

 

Everything was booked and we thought even in a suicide 24 hours journey driving from there to Sydney in order not to miss our SYD-BCN flight.

Finally 540 AUD each patron and a lot of luck were enough and so now I’m back in Sydney at 10:30 pm (BCN equivalent is 3:00 am).

We have decided that last day in Sydney deserves something special and we went to the best club in town.

Father and Mother Bunny attired in cargo pants and trekking shoes, me with my outfit and we just entered without any question, this is the Miffa’s bunny power thought Father bunny that thought the club gorillas would kick our ass out of the premises.

“A nice place and much more cheap than any fucked place in BCN” said FB that is really thinking about living is Australia. (May be collecting sea cucumbers)



Miffa in Australia Part IV: Outback
December 23, 2006, 9:33 pm
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Outback and The Red Center is Australia’s old wild territory .The desert, Roadtrains, wild animals and extreme temperatures and conditions are present in this remote part of the country.

 

Here, in this remote part Uluru (Ayers Rock) stands up. An aboriginal sacred site who Miffa climbed up setting another bunny world record.

 

Here is me in the Uluru summit after two hours.



Miffa in Australia: Part III
December 23, 2006, 9:33 pm
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Miffa at Minus 5 Bar in Sydney with the special thermonuclear proof outfit being tested at -15 C. Far beyond Father and mother Bunny resistance…


Inside the White Sharks tank with Father Bunny (well, not really true). It was at sydney’s Aquarium and the shark was not a great white.



Miffa in Australia Part II: Tasmania
December 23, 2006, 9:33 pm
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Hi, by the moment I have been unable to download some pictures but soon I will do.

Tasmania is a nice country inside the huge Australia.

Update: Here you have a nice picture of a Koala (for Paula) and a nice picture of Hobart’s centre by night.Snow in August, nice climb to Cradle Mountain by night and more adventures. We love Tasmania



Miffa’s new adventure: Australia
December 23, 2006, 9:31 pm
Filed under: Editorial, Travels

Tomorrow i will be flying from BCN to Vienna and there a nice 22 hours journey to Australia.

There I will visit some of the wildest nature spots of the world and I will try to achieve new bunny world records.

There are a lot of wild life in that part of the world, some of them can be deadly like white sharks and some lovely like koalas and kangaroos.

I will try to keep an online diary of my adventures.