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Have you heard the Filipino Folklore of the Mayon Volcano? Here’s the story:

Magayon grew up to be a very beautiful and sweet woman that struck the swains from faraway tribes who vied for her attention. 403 kata lagi

Mount Mayon: Philippines volcano spews out lava

“The Mount Mayon volcano in the Philippines has begun spewing out lava, after it began erupting at the weekend.”

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The Mountain - Part I

BUON ANNO!  It’s a bit late, but this is my first post for 2018 and I wanted to wish you all a very Happy New Year! 1.480 kata lagi

Southern Italy

Crocodile Rock*

Weve been joined on this part of the trip by Dick’s brother, who knows Costa Rica well (and who speaks fluent Spanish – ¡que bien!). Taking advantage of his knowledge and, finally, a break in the less than ideal (ie absolutely flaming awful) weather, we were able to get out and about a little more. 233 kata lagi

It's being called the "largest eruption in recorded history"......and we didn't even known it!

Back in July 2012 a little known underwater volcanic area known as the Havre Seamount off the coast of New Zealand erupted and now after 5 years of analysis it’s been determined that it was one of the largest eruptions in modern history! 308 kata lagi

New Zealand

Looking Back: Iceland 2005

August 2005 was when I traveled overseas for the first time. It was actually a family vacation and we visited both London, England and Iceland. We were originally supposed to just see London because we planned on going to see a Frida Kahlo exhibit (a prominent Mexican artist from the early to mid 20th century) at the Tate Modern Gallery. 1.869 kata lagi