Recommendation by Lemi
One of Iceland’s stratovolcanoes hit the worldwide news in 2010 when it erupted in a fervent overflow of ash, smoke, and molten lava. Snow covered Eyjafjallajökull, and ’til now, you can see ash mingle with the white powder on the fields. It’s been said that even after so many years, the crater is still so hot that you could dig a small hole and cook a hotdog. Whether that still holds true, we’ll leave for you to discover! There are no houses, roads, or shops for miles around, just open skies and endless land before you.
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