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Adventure explorer who camped out overnight in an active volcanoes

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UK explorer lived during an expedition in Africa adventure of his life. The man camped in an active volcano, cooking on hot rocks in the crater that housed.


List of active volcanos – Simple English Wikipedia, the free …

List of active volcanoes includes the volcanoes which are currently erupting. … There are about 1,500 active volcanoes, many in the region of the Pacific Ocean.


Chris Horsley, a UK explorer, took chest nature in its recent expedition on Mount Nyiragongo, Central Africa, campând inside an active volcano, according to “Daily Mail“. A native of British county of Lancashire, Horsley went up on the volcanic crater, after which he installed even inside the tent. “It is by far the best place I’ve ever camped. I slept until now, on the edge of several volcanoes, but never found myself closer to the lava red, shiny. I would recommend this experience to anyone, “said the man, who descended to 300 meters deep inside active volcano Nyiragongo to take pictures.

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Which volcanoes are erupting? – List & map of active volcanoes erupting at present/ VolcanoDiscovery.

After returning to the surface, Horsley took advantage of the facilities offered by nature and cooked on hot rocks volcano, curry rice. “As was simply darkness, my enthusiasm grew. I had a strange feeling at first, but then I calmed down and listened to Pink Floyd. Loneliness in such a place full of natural energy is extraordinary. I slept led, especially after a full day of climbing, “he told Britain. “Monster” has a bloody history – in 2002, when it erupted, more than 200 people lost their lives in violent explosion.

World’s Most Active Volcanoes – John Seach

World’s Most Active Volcanoes – John Seach. john. Many volcanoes have been in continuous eruption for decades. Etna, Stromboli, and Yasur have been …

Internet via Wi-Fi on board of the aircrafts

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European air carriers are rushing to offer Internet access via Wi-Fi on board aircraft, the desire to attract new passengers and create a new source of revenue through entertainment, and advertising services, Reuters.

Passengers traveling with US airlines already benefit from free Wi-Fi on 66% of miles flown, compared to a global average of 24%, according to data supplied by Routehappy. Europe, however, the adoption of Internet services for ground-to-air type is more difficult than in the US because of the number of countries in the region, while services based on satellite Internet proved too expensive for flights short distances. Since the number of satellites in orbit is increasing, leading to lower costs and airlines are increasingly aware of the possibilities of making money, the price is no longer an insurmountable obstacle, analysts say.

New European rules allow electronic devices to be used on flights

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Lufthansa, Air France-KLM, Ryanair and Vueling are some of the major European airlines will offer Wi-Fi on board short-haul flights, following the example of low-cost Norwegian company that provides free Internet 74 of the 76 Boeing 737 aircraft in its fleet.

Besides the fact that they can charge passengers extra for that TV watching and listening to music on their mobile devices during flight, airlines can use connectivity on board to enable them to make purchases and reservations at restaurants and hotels in cooperation with advertisers and partners.

Global Eagle with Orange group, will soon launch a payment system based aboard the two aircraft belonging to Air France A320 and believes that the opportunities generated wireless Internet industry could increase revenues by hundreds of millions of dollars a year.

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