Teddy Bear Travels

Teddy Bears John and Bob go travelling

John James the teddy bear gaucho with a real Condor feather on the amazing view point in the Torres del Paine national park in Chile These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.

These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.

Christian Kneidinger with John James and Bob the teddy bears. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.

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John James and bob the teddy bears at Duneagle Castle, Scotland. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear at Dubai on the beach in front of Burj al Arab. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James and bob the teddy bears in native clothes in Muscat, Oman. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James and Bob the teddy bear at Weitra castle, Austria in a perfect autumn scene. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear as honorary members of the local fire department in Austria. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear is kissed by alpine cow at Tre Cime di Lavaredo in South Tyrol, Italy. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear as the coach driver on a tour through Norway & Sweden. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James and bob the teddy bears on the Lofoten Island, Norway. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear having a sketch done in Paris, France. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear meets a ground squirrel. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James and Bob the teddy bears at “Dôme des Invalides” in Paris, France. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear at a library in Styria, Austria. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear with his own seat on a plane to France. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear in Austria on a sleigh ride. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James and bob the teddy bears relaxing on the beach of Varadero in Cuba . These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James and Bob the teddy bears on Cheetah’s rock in Spain posing with cheetahs. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear meeting a marmot at the Groflglockner in Austria . These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear at Sunset on the beach in Barcelona, Spain. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear on a train ride to peak of Schafberg in Austria. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear as a tourist guide in Ouarzazate, Morocco. These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.
John James the teddy bear at sunset on the Bavarian lake Walchensee in Germany. See SWNS copy SWCAteddy: These adorable teddy bears could be the world's most well-travelled cuddly toys - as their photographer owner has chronicled their adventures in 27 different countries. Christian Kneidinger, 57, has been travelling with his teddy bears, named John and Bob since 2014 - and his taken them to some of the world's most famous landmarks. The teddy bears have dressed up in traditional Emirati clothing to visit the Sultan's Palace in Oman, and have braved the cold on a glacier on Lofoten Island in Norway.