πŸŽ‚ Heavenly Desserts by Dorothy - One of Puerto Princesa's Best Cafes.

Blueberry Cheesecake.

RATING:⭐⭐⭐⭐


πŸ“ŒLocated in Goldraz Building, Lacao St, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines - is this restaurant/cafe specializing in cakes, bread, and pastries that serves yummy hot meals and gourmet. Location-wise, they're very accessible along the street. Meanwhile, Heavenly Desserts by Dorothy bread are now available at Medisina.Ph Drugstore. They are located at the Skylight Building along Rizal Ave just in front of the Security Bank. 

SM Puerto Princesa and Robinsons Place Palawan branches are also OPEN!

 πŸ° If you want a great experience with moist cakes without the Starbucks' price tag on it,  this is the place to go.

🏒 The place is air-conditioned, so you can take advantage of it because Puerto Princesa  City is really hot. The cafe has this barbie-type of motif which is surrounded by pink details, the nude color woods, and a few earth-tone walls. There are tables for two, a sofa with a coffee table for a group and they also have tables and chairs outdoor. 

Moist Chocolate Cake.

☕Mississippi Mud Pie Frappe.

Butterscotch frappe.







⛵ TRAVEL GUIDE: The Hot and Relaxing Water of Malbog Sulfur Spring.


    Malbog Sulfur Hot Spring

    Malbog Surfur Spring is located in  Brgy. Malbog, Town of Buenavista - a 4th class municipality in the province of Marinduque, Philippines. 

    This famous Malbog Sulfur Spring can be found at the base of Mt. Malindig volcano (also known as Mount Malindik and Mount Marlanga) - a large potentially active stratovolcano on the island of Marinduque in the Philippines. It is the highest peak on the island having an elevation of 1,157 meters (3,796 ft) above sea level. 

    Since it is situated at the base of the said dormant volcano, no wonder it has warm to hot temperature water that contains sulfur. Sulfuric water is believed to cure skin diseases like acne and has an undeniable soothing effect. Despite its rotten-egg-like foul, many locals and tourists visit this place for body relaxation and healing of skin conditions. Some are even bringing home bottles of sulfuric water.

    How to get to Malbog Sulfur Hot Spring?

    Ricjoseph Buenos Aires and Jonathan D. Orbuda - discussing the expenses.

    VIA AIR:  MNL to MRQ

    Marinduque Airport is located in the Municipality of Gasan and you can book through Cebu Pacific Airlines. MNLto MRQ has three scheduled flights in a week - Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, departing from NAIA Terminal 4. The flight only takes 45 minutes. 

    You can get to Brgy. Malbog Buenavista Marinduque by a local jeepney from Gasan to Buenavista. But you have to wait 20-30 minutes timeframe for the jeep. If you have no luxury of time to wait for the jeep as a “chance passenger”, rather deal with a local tricycle driver for a certain amount to bring you to Malbog. The distance between Gasan to Buenavista is 14 Km by road. 

    VIA FERRY:

    Option 1: RORO is one of the convenient options when going to Marinduque by sea. Jac Liner has daily direct bus trips to Marinduque and the terminal is located in Cubao, Quezon City. I suggest if you can book early, the bus departs at 4:00PM from Cubao to Marinduque. Meanwhile, if you’re going back to Cubao, the bus leaves at 2PM daily from the Town of Sta. Cruz, Marinduque. 

    Speaking of RORO, the fare of PHP900 already covers the bus, ferry, and terminal fee because you don’t need to worry as the bus will onboard the ferry, and the ferry will bring the whole bus to Balanacan Port in the Town of Mogpog. This bus will drive all around the province dropping off the passengers in six towns.

    Option 2: From Manila ride a bus heading to Dalahican Port, Lucena. With a bus fare of PHP 280, there are a lot of bus companies available bound to Lucena 24 hours, all you have to make sure is to ask the bus company if they’re going to directly go to the port of Dalahican to drop off the passengers or just in Lucena Bus Terminal; because if the bus won’t go directly to the port, then you need to ride a tricycle going to the port. On a positive note, if you've ended up in the bus terminal, at least, you have a chance to grab a heavy meal as numerous eateries are available. 

    From Dalahican Port, ride a ferry; it can be Montenegro or Starhorse Shipping Line to Balanacan Port with ferry fare and terminal fee.  

    Once docked at the Balanacan Port, you can ride a jeep heading to Buenavista and advise the driver to drop you off at the Malbog entry point. 

    Expenses

    1. The admission charge is 50 pesos only.
    2. Cottage/Kubo with table 200 pesos.

    Tips

    • Hot springs are a rich source of sulfur and their healing benefits include treating skin irritations and infections such as rashes and eczema. Sulfur-rich hot springs are also thought to help treat dry scalp, arthritic pain, and internal problems such as menopausal symptoms and digestive disorders
    • You have to walk and cross the river before you reach the actual hot spring. During the rainy season, it is a bit challenging to bring a car or even a tricycle due to its muddy and slippery way.
    • I suggest bringing your own cooked foods; or if you are planning to cook your foods there, or have a barbeque, make sure to bring your kitchenware, and cooking gear because I don’t see any nearest establishment (store or restaurant) that you can run to. 
    • I also don’t see any accommodation available. So, an overnight stay is not advisable. 
    • If you’re not into the smell of sulfur, then refrain from soaking in the pool because it is really extremely stinky and the smell will remain in your hair even after washing and shampooing. 
    • There is an area that you’re not allowed to go to because it has extremely hot, that can even cook an egg. It is like a water well but according to the locals, it is more of an exhaust. 
    • There is a building with three rooms, I am not sure if they accept guests who would like to stay.
    The river that you need to traverse to reach the entrance of the said resort.

    Review

    RATING:⭐⭐⭐

    I really love the greeneries when you turn your head above looking at Mt. Malindig. I also love the water as it is clear but it has green color due to alga. I am not sure who maintains the resort- if it is the local government unit or privately owned but I must say, it is kinda neglected. 

    The place is relaxing and away from the noise, so I can say, It has the potential to be a world-class tourist spot if the government will focus on developing the resort. The hot and sulfuric water and the green environment are the advantages –those can be utilized to attract more local and international tourists if developed well. 

    Maritime Students From the Province of Romblon travel to experience the sulfuric water of Malbog. 

    (Left to right) Mer Irene Ondoc, Normarie Villamater, and Ricjoseph Buenos Aires; together with the topless Maritime Students,

    The Hot and Relaxing Water of Malbog Sulfur Spring.



    The surrounding before entering the resort,

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    🍲 Tinolang Tahong Recipe.

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      Tinolang Tahong / Mussel Soup

      Mussel is the common name used for members of several families of bivalve mollusks, from saltwater and freshwater habitats. These groups have in common a shell whose outline is elongated and asymmetrical compared with other edible clams, which are often more or less rounded or oval.

      As of June 2022, the market value of such seafood is PHP160 per kilogram when you're located in Mandaluyong City. I usually bought it at Sierra Madre Wet and Dry Market, Brgy. Highway Hills, but I'm sure it is also available in your nearest supermarket - the seafoods' section.

      Ingredients:

      Ingredients of Tinolang Tahong aka Mussel are very accessible.
      • 1 kg mussels tahong, cleaned
      • 2 cups spinach or hot pepper leaves
      • 3 thumbs ginger julienned
      • 1 piece of onion sliced
      • 5 cloves of garlic pounded
      • 1 1/2 teaspoons salt or 3 tbsp fish sauce
      • 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
      • 4 cups water
      • 2 tablespoons cooking oil
      • 2 pieces long green pepper (optional)
      • 1/2 teaspoon of herbs (optional)

      How to Cook?

      Tinolang Tahong aka Mussel Soup is easy to prepare:
      1. Heat a cooking pot and pour-in cooking oil.
      2. Saute garlic and onion.
      3. Add ginger and mussels, and then cook for a minute.
      4. Pour-in water. let boil. Cook for 5 minutes or make sure it is cooked.
      5. Put in the spinach or hot pepper leaves. Cook for 3 minutes.
      6. Add salt (or fish sauce) and pepper. Stir, together with herbs,
      7. Transfer to a serving bowl. Serve while hot. Share and enjoy

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