Mouk and Chavapa are in Canada. Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons with red maple leaves cover the ground. While they are looking for the perfect leaf to send to Popo and Mita, they come across some sculptures.
Mouk and Chavapa are in New York. Their friend Serissa has invited them to a superhero party. To find the secret location of the party, Super Mouk and Super Chavapa will have to gather the three crystals hidden in the city.
Mouk and Chavapa are in Spain. Rumour has it the critics of a gastronomic guide are testing the restaurants of the area. Mouk and Chavapa try to find out which of the diners in Casa Emilio are the critics.
Mouk and Chavapa take the trans-Siberian train from Russia to Mongolia. While Mouk is thrilled with the idea of taking this legendary train, Chavapa is already complaining that the journey is going to be terribly long.
Mouk and Chavapa are in Russia. While going to the next village, they run into a Gypsy caravan. What a surprise when they realise it's Sujka's, Babouchka's childhood friend! The children then decide to organise a reunion.
Mouk and Chavapa are on Christmas Island off the coast of Australia visiting their friend Nina. They witness the great migration of the red crabs that, once a year, cross the whole island to reach the sea.
Mouk and Chavapa are in Africa for Mouk's birthday, but Chavapa is stuck in front of the computer. What a lovely surprise when Mouk discovers that Chavapa was actually contacting all of their friends from all over the world.
Mouk and Chavapa are in the Sahara, heading back to meet their friend Aicha. A kid has become separated from its herd and starts to follow them. It looks thirsty. Once back at the camp, they set out to find the owner.
Mouk and Chavapa are in Spain at Casa Emilio. They are invited to a flamenco party and learn a few dance steps for the occasion. While Mouk is delighted by the idea, Chavapa teases him saying that flamenco is for girls.
Mouk and Chavapa are on the Mongolian Steppes. Ganbataar's grandpa suggests they go horse riding; they may even meet some Thakis, wild horses. Riding is much easier than cycling; just don't forget to tie up the horses.