Fears mount for the 60,000 tourists trapped in Bali as volcanic sludge begins to flow from erupting Mount Agung - with the airport still closed and beaches deserted



Australian travellers heading to and from Bali face another day of disruption as airlines closely monitor the ash cloud from the Mount Agung volcano. 
Ash from the volcano reached the airport's airspace, triggering its closure early on Monday.
More than 400 flights to and from Bali were cancelled and nearly 60,000 travellers have been stranded.  
The normally bustling airport on the Indonesian resort island of Bali is a near-ghost town, dotted by anxious Australian tourists desperate to get home. 
The airport's initial closure was for 24 hours until early Tuesday, but it is expected to stay... read more

 
28 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 70
Source: Daily Mail
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