Bucketlist Number 1: Badian Canyoneering

Canyoneering or canyoning (n.) is considered a sport of exploring a canyon that includes: rappelling, rafting and waterfall jumping. Caution: Jump at your own risk, but luckily, you can skip the hard levels anyway. Canyoneering is the first on my "100 things bucket list" (inspired by Sebastian Terry's book - 100 Things - what's on… Continue reading Bucketlist Number 1: Badian Canyoneering


Travel Tuesday – 5 Wild Jungle Destinations

The Petite Passenger

“It’s a jungle out there…”


The world is beautiful, if Planet Earth 2 hasn’t bought that to your attention then nothing will. (If you don’t know what Planet Earth is, it’s an incredible nature documentary that’s insanely popular here in the UK.) 

You may notice my adventures mainly draw me to beaches, islands and crystal turquoise shores. On my latest trip I explored cities with winding canals and stunning buildings. Your ideal holiday destination may look a little different to mine and I know for sure my bucket list is changing all the time.

However recently my Instagram feed has been full of Bali snaps! Plenty of tall palms, never ending rice fields and luscious greenery. Sunday’s episode of Planet Earth 2 was all about jungles and it reinforced that my next adventure around Asia will be filled with visits to these rich and wild lands ~ ethical visits only…

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Applying for Japan Tourist Visa for Philippine Passport Holders

Some travel blogs don’t really give you a full blown detail as to what are needed, to do’s and not to…but seeing this blog post from a fellow Filipino in full detail on how to obtain a tourist visa for Japan. Check this out for more details.

Adventures of JPE

Situated in the Far East and referred to as the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan is a world-famous archipelago which offers a lot of activities from its bustling cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Sapporo. Perhaps when a Westerner thinks of an interesting Asian country, Japan would be one of his first thoughts. Almost everyone wants to visit this place, as it draws curiosity and excitement from foreign tourists. Some of the people I know also crave for an exposure to unique culture of Japan, especially the anime addicts. Going there could be a struggle because of visa requirements, but as long as you have all the requirements and you follow all their instructions, it will be easy to obtain one.

fushimi-inari-daisha Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kyoto (Source:

As of 2007, application for the Japanese visa must

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Friendliest and unfriendliest cities in the world

Gosh,  so there is also a number of friendly and unfriendly places? Travelers might want to look into this as they might end up adding friends in their circle from other countries or...stumble upon not so friendly people.