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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

What I have done in 2013 - Part 2

This image belongs to the past where I spent my time in
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo.
Just a reminder for FB if Park Hotel ever is fully booked.

I told you 2013 was a year of cars and a similar one was almost our 
new family car, but sudden changes finally pointed in a new direction
 at the end of the year.

Tometaro continued his training in spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. 

This is strictly a two seater and sometimes we need to take old mom with us.

Indoor cycling started to became a serious problem in my life.

We spend sometime in Andorra in one of the snowiest week of 2013.
Lots of fun and some problems to move from one place to another.

In the Plaza Monumental Mall. Old Bull Fighting Arena.

We visited Scotland, where we manage to get some snow too 
and visited some Castles, Loch Ness and made some friends... 
Father bunny drove his first Mitsubishi and
I spend some time talking with very nice and soft cows and 
long time ancestors (hares).

Tometaro, AmpanMan, BaikinMan and my Dutch cousin eating 
biscuits we bought in Tokyo.
Below a beautiful t-Shirt FB bought for me while out for running.

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What I have done in 2013 - Part 1

2013 has been one of this years you will like to forget, and as all the things you don't enjoy it has proven extremely long, despite it had 365 days as all the normal years.

I spent my last 2012 days in Japan and so i did with my first 2013 ones celebrating that my father got his senior citizen status.

We usually fly from The Netherlands and so we pay a respectful visit to
Old Grandma at Schipol airport, where she stills make good sales

After some terrible journey - this if flying today with KLM / Air France -
we took the Limo bus and we arrive to OUR hotel in Tokyo.
 I don't know why but my father fell in love with Shiodome and Park Hotel
 and we have been regular guest since our second visit to Tokyo

I cannot complaint about the views from our room

Ironically Tokyo Tower has not been in our favorite's list but after six months
 we spent some time there when 2013 showed his nasty face

Our first day in Tokyo was for visiting its famous Asakusa Shrine

This was taken in Kiddyland - a famous toy store in Tokyo's center -

Something was telling me that 2013 will be a year devoted to 4 wheels...

But, of course, we had the opportunity to try some nice food, even FB and
 me tried Tsujiki market famous sushi thanks to our friends from Cafemiffy 

My father got some interest sin road bikes

And I was invited to the new A380 cabin

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Friday, December 13, 2013

If you could choose your father...

As you know I am living with my step father and step mother so they chose me, that has proven to be better than living with my real parents.

I can say that in the bunny world "betches" like Paris and Kim will fade under my level of "cool", provided that i will be 9 years old this January.

But It's my father at the same level, f**k NO!

He was playing this video to some of their students to show how goods are are made.

Check Mr. Belgium's outfit, the gloves, the crazy denim shirt, the cargo shoes... remove the gloves and the denim shirt (i spotted one in his closet) and this is his outfit.

Obviously the nice Belgian accent, the wrinkles and the ability to make that split is something Father never will have (but I have seen my mother making that splits)... 

hmmm, Mr. Van Damme could you please adopt me?

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Thursday, December 12, 2013

I love the Midlands

Among terrible mental disorders my Father likes Electronic music and he have a lot of friends that enjoy, produce or endorse it.

One of the most played songs of last years it was "Put your hands up for Detroit" - Fedde Le Grand - a guy who has the same idiotic dreams about girls and uniforms like my Daddy.

So, why not a " Put your hands up for the Midlands" ? 

Healthy breakfast

Nice beaches

Italian style suits made in China

But proud to be part of The Empire

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Cycling destroys families


May be they have told you that Spinning - indoor cycling - is good for your heath, but this is an activity that soon or later will destroy your entire life. 

Let me explain how.

Cycling is as rewarding as running in terms of physical exercise, stamina and the "Mojo" effect that makes old people think they're young an fit. Have you ever wonder why you can spot so many old cyclist (60 and up) out there?

Those shoes are made from baby Kangaroo leather

An if you get the cycling virus at the gym spinning you will - for sure - end up buying one expensive carbon fibre bike that can cost more than a car, then upgrading wheels and components, then buying another one, etc, etc.

This is ok, you earn the money, you decide how to spend it, but after some time he will totally put THE BIKE or CYCLING before anything else.

Fortunately my father has a cheap Decathlon bike,
so he has not waste my heir money on shit.

Why a normal person should wake up at 6. am to sit on a bike for 4-6 hours to travel in a circle 100-160 kilometers?

And this time is taken from me, from his family that needs care and love.

We should BAN the bikes. 

But living in Spain, sure they will tax it, introduce Vehicle inspection, chamois tax or a driving license.

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