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Casa Eros Muebles, Giving Your Furniture a Personalized Touch

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"It doesn't matter if you have a small or big space, it is how you design that makes your ambiance spectacular"  Alex Morales Abergas of casa Eros Muebles

I once dreamed to have a spacious and luxurious living area wherein I can accommodate my guests, it has been my custom to make my guests feel comfy and relaxed during their visit but I have a small space at home which makes the place look crowded. so I wanted to have it personalized and look comfy without taking too much space. I always dreamt of a simple but elegant house since I was a child and just finally saw a part of my dreams when I visited Casa Eros Muebles in Cainta.

Casa Eros Muebles is owned by Mr. Alex Morale Abergas, a well-known business entrepreneur.He is also a Design Consultant for various hotels, restaurants, coffee shops and bakeshops in the Philippines. Mr. Morales fond of gold, brown, and white color and wanted to have a Victorian-inspired design for his home. He started investing in antique furnitu…

Gelare Airless Ice Cream from Australia is now in the Philippines

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I remember when I was a kid, when someone says Ice cream, I'll be the first one to be there, well who does not love ice cream anyways, there may be few but I guess they're missing the best part of their life.
But, do you know? that with the regular ice cream that we grew up contains 50% air, no wonder it's gone with few licks lol. Do you know that there is a famous Ice cream called Gelatos that only contains 25% air, pretty amazing right? But, you think that's the best? well, here comes Gelare Ice Cream, the ice cream that is airless! now that is totally awesome!

Gelare is Australia's most-loved dessert cafe. It was founded in Australia in 1986 and has been palates for over 20 years and counting. Presently, it continues to capture the society's penchant for gourmet dessert in Perth and Brisbane, Australia.Founded by Mr. Farid Torabi, It has over 50 branches spread across Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Indonesia.



So, where does the word Gelare c…