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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Ronnie Lorejo
UNTIL it lost its natural attraction because of a hydrothermal eruption in 1980, the famous Tiwi Hot Spring National Park in Tiwi, Albay used to be a major recreational center that fascinated thousands of tourists.
The park was among the tourist destinations offered by the geothermal-rich municipality of Tiwi. It accorded visitors a wide range of natural attractions, such as hot springs, vents, boiling mud pools and silica sinter mounds.
Following the hydrothermal eruption of 1980, the thermal features gradually declined as cooling set in.
But despite the demise of the …