10 Things to Buy in Japan for Pasalubong – Best Souvenirs from Japan

10 Things to Buy in Japan for Pasalubong – Best Souvenirs from Japan

One thing most Filipinos do when traveling abroad or to new places is to bring pasalubong or souvenirs back home. Though our family or friends have not been with us in our travels, we remember then and buy them presents. It’s like sharing a piece of our journey or experience with them through pasalubong. If you are going to Japan, this article will discuss the best souvenirs from Japan.

There are many interesting stuff or food in Japan to bring home. You’ll surely get your money’s worth as the quality of Japan’s items is world-class. So ladies and gents, prepare your pen and pencil or bookmark this page as we give you the Best Souvenirs from Japan!

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10 Things to Buy in Japan for Pasalubong – The Best Souvenirs from Japan
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Things To Do in Tivat, Montenegro

Are you thinking about a trip to Tivat, Montenegro but not so sure where to go and what to do? Don’t worry as we prepare a list of things to do in Tivat, Montenegro so you won’t have any hard time looking for it anywhere else. 

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This list will give you an idea of the thing that you can see and expect when you arrive in this coastal town in Montenegro. 

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Here are the Things To Do in Tivat, Montenegro That We Recommend

Things To Do in Tivat, Montenegro
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Porto Montenegro is a modern marina development in Tivat, Montenegro. It is a beautiful place to wander around. There are a bunch of designer shops, bars, cafes, and restaurants. It’s one of the best things to do in Tivat, Montenegro as you will see a lot of Yachts with a variety of

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How To Cancel a Hotel Reservation and Get Refund on Hotels.com

Just in case your most-awaited trip got canceled due to an event that’s out of your control, you must know how you’ll be able to cancel or get refunds. Whether it be from an airline or hotels/lodge/rentals.

Remember that each of them has different cancellation and refund policy. Before you book your hotel or flight, it’s important to learn about it. But what if you already have your booking reservation? And suddenly, you can’t travel anymore? What can you do?

In this article, we will focus on Hotels.com and how you can cancel and get refunds here. The good news is that canceling your booking reservation with Hotels.com is so smooth and doesn’t require you so much time. 

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Things to Do in Port Moresby

Off to the culturally and biologically diverse; Papua New Guinea? Well, it’s not dull or dangerous as some people say. It’s quite interesting as there are many activities to do; from diving to see marine life to active volcanoes. This Weekend Guide to Papua New Guinea will help you understand the best of the country within three days, especially on a Weekend!

Before coming, make sure to know if you can avail of a Visa on Arrival. If not, you can quickly get an e-Visa online through their official website. The visa may be USD 50 or 100 depending on your stay and nationality. You won’t regret coming to this beautiful country in Oceania. For Filipinos, we can get visa-on-arrival to PNG.

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How to Protect Yourself While Traveling During the Coronavirus Outbreak

After the WHO (World Health Organization) declared the rapidly spread coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. A fellow blogger and travel enthusiast, Thomas Salzano, suggests being patient in such times as the panic across the globe is certainly visible. The internet is full of reports related to coronavirus and the precautions that the doctors and the government are suggesting everyone to strictly follow which includes “staying away from crowded places.”


Coronavirus is a newly discovered type of virus that causes respiratory illness, which includes pneumonia with symptoms like the common cold, running nose, fever, sore throat, cough and difficulty in breathing.

The increase in the reported cases is increasing every second even after high precautions taken by the government:

Coronavirus Cases till the present date: 220,357

Deaths: 8988

Recovered: 85,778

Data as per Country:

  • Italy: 35,710 reported cases (at least 2,970 deaths)
  • France: 9,130 cases (around 260 deaths)
  • Spain: 14,760 cases
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Food in Indonesia – 15 Indonesian Dishes Recommended by Locals

Some of the best Indonesian dishes that you shouldn’t miss are listed here! These dishes are highly recommended by locals and you definitely should try them.

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Many people around the world aren’t familiar with a country called Indonesia, but well aware of the existence of Bali. Whereas Bali is not an independent country, but a small part of Indonesia. Starts from Sabang in Sumatera to Merauke in Papua, Indonesia has a rich abundant natural, cultural, and culinary resources.

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