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Friday, July 26, 2013

Time flies - another time in the same place.

You know humans are the only animals who made mistakes twice. Now I am telling you they have a really weird attraction for visiting places more than desirable.

This is how I've ended in Bali for my second time. Kind of TT (Tourist Trap) where one is promised peace of mind and indulgence but where you find noise, dirt, traffic jams and heart attack friendly situations every second.

This is father bunny TWO YEARS AGO with his "homeless look"
C'mon idiot, you're not a TV star

Rhinos in their muddy pool?
Wait a minute, horny humans!! don't they have a room?

This is the true about Bali's Kuta Beach.
How you paid for the ticket?

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Is Singapore a boring place...? Oh, despicable me.

This T-Shirt is #1 souvenir 3 for 10 SGD

This is my Singaporean Master. He taught me the right position
and attitude to look life pass in front of us.

Topics are everywhere and about almost every subject. As you probably know in spain all men are "Toreros" and you can have one night sex with a British girl buying her a bottle of Lambrusco.

One of the widest spread one is that you can't chew gum in Singapore and that you will be fined for almost everything. 

To tell you the truth I've not experimented it by myself, but chances to get a fine are less than in the new paradise of political and police repression country: Spain (where all the people are jobless  toreadores, right).

Stop divagating, the other topic or myth about Singapore is that it's the most boring city on earth. 

I am not writing here to solve the mystery, grab a ticket, spend some hours in the airport with your rights at the same level of live stock and experiment what chickens and hens do in a farm inside the plane. Then spend some time in there and make your own judgement.

I must reckon I will remove something from the city to improve its overall Miffa's score but as I get older and a much more boring person I like MerLion's city more.

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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Miffa & Tometaro twins in their way to Singapore

In our way to our summer vacations. 

First stop, one of my favourite cities Singapore.

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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Tometaro Jr. and Father Bunny climbed "Turo de L'Home"

With only one day left in Barcelona and fearing a whole month without extreme adventures both Tometaro and my father decided, just like if you think it's chocolate ice cream time to ride up to Turo de L'Home mountain.

Located in Montseny Massif is one of the highest mountains at 1712 meters. Well known by cyclist and sport freaks from Catalonia its classical climb starts at Sant Celoni and last for approximately 26 kilometers.

It's one of the hardest mountain passes in Catalonia and also in Spain with a difficulty grade of 299 (www.altimetrias.net)

They spent 1:54 minutes in a non stop climb from Sant Celoni to the summit where they took some pictures. 

The last 6 kilometers are very hard, not only because of the gradient but the road condition. The surface is uneven, plenty of holes and cracks with loose stones than makes the bike to lose traction and fear of a flat tyre is a constant feeling in your head.

Father bunny was forced to use the 50 x 25 combination a couple of times and for real the are a pair of slopes that due to gradient and road conditions are not easy with 52/53 x 25.

Almost 75 % of the climb HR was over 80% of MAX Hr. So they took the ride seriously. 

And to confirm they're are great morons, temperature was around 33 Celsius, no other cyclist were on the road (nor climbing or descending it) and only three cars and two cows were around. 

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