15
Jul

postedbyYousef

Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, you find an online travel agency that will arrange for your teddy bear to travel to europe.

It’s crazy I tell you. I mean this is an actual site where you can book a trip for your TOY (Hello!) to visit europe!! The guys will take care of your precious teddy and will send it back to you with pictures and souvenirs. Massages are also included in the pricier packages.

For 120€ you can send your toy to prague and have:

  1. Photographs on CD (ca. 30 pcs)
  2. Profile on Facebook/ Mixi
  3. Daily communication (by e-mail)
  4. Certificate of the tour with Toy traveling s.r.o.
  5. Passport
  6. Typical souvenir from Prague
  7. Massage (published on photographs)
  8. Original box with a pillow with printing

Toy Traveling

 

This entry was posted on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 at 12:36 am

4 Responses to “Toy Traveling – Travel Tours For Toys”

  1. Z says:

    Yousef, since you’re a canon user, I need your advice…

    I’m a nikon user, and its time for a new camera, and i’ve been thinking of getting a canon.. i’ve read alot of great reviews about the canon 5D Mark II… but I just want to make sure i’m making the right choice.. it’s not cheap… fa i want to be 100% sure.. so have u heard anything about it?? good or bad?

    anddd what’s the difference between these lenses? Canon 28-135mm IS and Canon 50mm f/1.8.. should i get both? or they’re the same?

    so what do you think?

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  2. Here to rant says:

    z? WTF! you don’t comment on this with something totally irrelevant … internet etiquette is missing i see

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  3. q8travelbud says:

    lool … i guess they need a break from the daily abuse of kids

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  4. Yousef says:

    Z Why are you going for Canon? I mean since you’re already a Nikon user, you must’ve bought some Nikon lenses, right? What are you going to do with them once you get yourself a Canon? Why not buy a good Nikon camera instead.

    About 50mm and 28-135mm. They’re totally different. Get them both. The 28-135mm u can use all the time, its a very good and durable lens, and it has IS which is always good. The 50mm on the other hand is like the perfect lens. It’s very cheap and it can do wonders with it’s low aperture and quick shutter. I love that small 50mm.. it’s my favorite. I hope I helped :)

    Here to rant its ok :)

    q8travelbud I so envy those teddies 😛

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