Anyways, here's what it say..
For Young age, 15 minutes(Dito na magkakabukingan.. bwahaha)
Middle age, 18 minutes
Senior Citizen, 20 minutes
Where do you belong?
Pinatubo, here we come!!!
Actually this is just a normal walk on the mountains.
Stony and sometimes slippery. But not too rough or hard. Who's gonna say it is tiring?
Well, the other route should have been about 4 hours trek in Crow Valley.
We hurried as we saw a glimpse of this unwavering beauty and then BAM!!!
We were in absolute awe seeing this view as spectacular as it can be. As in, A-W-E-S-O-M-E.
Yeahhhh!!! We are finally here.. I still can't believe.
We settled our things to our little pink tents that were assembled near the turquoise water of Mount Pinatubo.
Then we took our lunch first to replenish our strength and have enough because we'll definitely have to take a plunge into the waters.
Soon after, we got into a boat that took us to the other side of Pinatubo Crater Lake where the swimming area is recommended as it has warm waters that one can really enjoy.
And this is actually the place where they say it is warm. Here is the place where we get to swim. LOL
Seriously, the water along the shoreline is hot. Eventually it gets warm but as you go deeper or in the middle, its really cold.
We really have so much fun and photo shoots on the side. And now, it's time to leave a mark. Strike a pose!!
We went back to our camp. And finally giving our last glance to Mount Pinatubo which we will always treasure.
But who knows it might not be the last?