Let’s not hitchhike for a while

It’s been an awful long while since last time. There hasn’t been much travelling since Cognac so I had nothing post-worthy. I’m back on the road now but, before delighting you with more baby adventures, let’s get you up to date on my sedentary adventures.

You kids must be wondering hard what we were going To Cognac for. Well there was this sort of off-record G8 summit where all the 1%ers were meeting up to drink champagne in fancy clothing and decide the fate of the world. You didn’t read about it in the paper, and you never will. I have my sources. Namely Auntie Pauline that is some sort of secret agent.

The plan was to infiltrate the heck out of the event using my unworldly baby-charisma; learn all we could about their evil plans and post it all over Wikileaks.

The operation was a complete success. We amassed a trove of sensitive data that will slowly trickle through the usual channels in time. Heck! We even hitched a ride back to Paris with some of them!

After all this risk-taking, a bit of respite was in order. Chilling in Paris can sound like a dubious proposition at best. We cracked it well enough.

I just solved this maze

I learned two important tricks: a new dance…

…and navigating the mechanical stairs

Without even trying

Awright, enough slacking. Road’s calling. I heard Amsterdam is a cool place.

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Petit Bibi

Petit Bibi

I started this trip when I was 5 month old. By the time it ends, I'll have spent more than half my life on the road.

2 thoughts on “Let’s not hitchhike for a while”

  1. Hi Bibi, what a trip!
    Seems, xour parents are similar to mine. My father always used to say: “Nobody can take away from you, what you have experienced, when you were traveling.
    The best way off learning about htis wonderfull world.
    Iff you like to watch fotos of Aprils traveling around with the camera, you go to google and put her correct name, which is: Christiane Middel.
    Then you`ll find her as designer and can get to the fotos. Have much fun with it.
    The world is open to you and you never stop learning…
    April will enjoy, to see more off your furhter life.

    1. Thanks! Stick around for my first bike trip next week! (It’s a secret. I haven’t told anyone else.)

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