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August 17, 2017

MASALA MOE'S: Craving for Authentic Indian Food in Boracay?

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Masala Moes is an authentic Indian Restuarant that specializes in Indian heritage foods and Mediterranean cuisines.  

Having recently opened its doors at City Mall Annex in Boracay, the humble establishment has been making waves on the island for good food and great service. 

 

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Owner Moe Chulani brings his love and passion for the food he grew up eating. 

Moe's uses the recipes handed down through his family for generations. And by importing spices from India, and sourcing produce locally, the food at Masala Moe's is fresh and authentic.  

Each dish is bold in spice and flavors, and anyone who has a love for Indian Cuisine will feel right at home here. 
 
Masala Moe's Indian & Mediterranean Heritage Restaurant
GF Annex, City Mall Boracay, Diniwid Crossing
Boracay Philippines
Open Daily 11am - 10pm 
Telephone:+63 995 946 0031 / +63 921 7531963
Email: moechulani@yahoo.com
Facebook: @masalamoesboracay
Instagram: @masalamoes
Masala Moe's Menu

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August 15, 2017

A Journey into Taal Volcano’s Crater! (Photo Essay)

by Monique Tendencia

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Taal Volcano is perhaps one of the most well-known and easily recognizable volcanoes in the Philippines – and rightly so. Taal Volcano's unique structure and location make it a constant backdrop and conversation starter.

Inside the crater is a tiny island called Vulcan Point. Its uniqueness remains solely on the fact that it is a third-order island.

 

What is a third order island?

lol-journeyman-7803 Vulcan Point is the tiny dot inside the crater.

A third order island is any landmass within a lake that reaches the third degree. Vulcan Point is inside the Crater Lake (3rd), which is inside Taal Volcano surrounded by Taal Lake (2nd), which is then inside Luzon Island, a part of the Philippine archipelago, and within the Pacific Ocean (1st).

 

So how does one reach Vulcan Point?

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August 14, 2017

Cha Cha's Boracay: The Best Breakfast Buffet in Boracay?!

by Abigail Javellana

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Cha Cha's breakfast buffet will get you all excited! With an extensive spread, you'll find not your everyday breakfast items like their signature ube champurrado, breakfast pizzas, waffles in ube sauce, a batchoy noodle station, and an egg station serving 65-degree soft boiled eggs along with eggs benedict.

They also have healthy breakfast options perfect to keep your body fit and beach ready with fresh fruits, house-made yogurt, hummus, and overnight oats to name a few. Or since it's a vacation, why not cheat a little and make those breakfast endings sweeter with yummy donuts, cakes, and pies!

 

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The best part is that Chef Kalel Chan of Raintree restaurants along with Chef Romy Aumentado and Chef Gilbert Ramos love to evolve and play, around with the menu by changing it six times a week, so there's always something new to look forward to before starting the day.

CHA CHA'S beach cafe is located inside locally owned Coast Boutique Hotel along station 2 of the vibrant Boracay Island. Besides the awesome beachfront view, the menu and interiors compliment the tropical fun beach vibe.

Here's what to expect in Cha Cha's breakfast buffet... 

 

CHA CHA'S BORACAY
Coast Hotel, Station 2 Beach Front, Brgy. Balabag,
Malay, Boracay Island, Aklan, Philippines
Contact: +63 36 288.2634
Website: www.coastboracay.com
Facebook: RaintreeChaChas

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August 10, 2017

GREEN WANDERER: Are you a Sustainable Traveler?

(Official Press Release)

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On August 11 to 13, 2017 at Central Square, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines’ National Youth Council and the SSI Group, Inc. are holding the Green Wanderer Travel Fair, where traveling meets sustainability and awareness.

A project led by the National Youth Council of WWF-Philippines, Green Wanderer will be offering sustainable travel options—from products made by local artisans to ecotourism destinations with uniquely curated itineraries for the curious, green traveler.

 

 

On Sustainable Living

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As the Chairperson of WWF-Philippines National Youth Council, Alexa Cancio highlights the importance of sustainable living. 

Young people, having access to various information particularly through social media, are aware of the different social and environmental issues taking place all over the world. We believe that many of these issues can be addressed on the individual level by improving the way we live, which is why our council of eight members felt sustainable living would be the most appropriate message to push not just with young people, but with the Philippine society in general.

She adds, “Right now, there isn't any common online platform to find all the sustainable travel options in the Philippines, which is why it is timely to organize a travel fair like Green Wanderer that will house various sustainable options for the people.

 

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August 09, 2017

Epic Experiences by Visa: 2017 Guide on Exclusive Dine, Shop, Travel Deals!

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Visa Philippines launched an awesome Epic Experiences by Visa 2017 Program that does not only cover restaurant offers, but also hotel stays and shopping offers all year round. 

You get 20-30% savings when you use your visa card and the coverage is not limited to Manila only but around the Philippines.

Here's a guide to the Epic Experiences by Visa 2017 program:

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