1. Japanese authorities have lowered the alert level for ASO to 1, removing the official 1km restriction zone. For the first time after the powerful ash eruption on 7 October 2016 some people were allowed access to the vicinity of the crater. They reported absolute devastation of facilities like pathways and shelters, also the ropeway station is demolished. The area will still remain closed to the public until repairs are finished.



  2. nice one with the reticulite Granyia ! The floating stones remind me of El Hierro, but the lava composition was different and the Restigolitas were not so spectacular.


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