Twenty seven years have already past from the tragedy that does not just struck Pampanga but almost the whole of Luzon. Mount Pinatubo eruption have been a life changing tragedy to Filipinos covering a huge amount of damages that are still being seen until today. The eruption is considered as the second-largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century after the 1912 eruption of Novarupta in Alaska. It was too devastating that the eruption have made the Global temperature dropped by about 0.5 °C in the years 1991–1993.
Eventually, residents of Pampanga stood up and embraced the scenery. Establishments have been re-built, farms have been cultivated, and residents made a way to make used of what was left from the eruption and created a living out of it.
Today, the remnants might give us tragic history, but people from the modern society is now appreciating it more and see it on a different way. Just like what we visited a few days ago.
Keep on reading will tell you more about this hot spring situated in the middle of nowhere.