The tourism boom in Iceland continues. Annual visitors are expected to soon outnumber the locals by seven to one. But like the Icelanders, tourists have to cope with the risks of volcanic eruptions.
The United States Geological Survey has issued a "red alert" for the Big Island of Hawaii which means a volcanic eruption is imminent. The alert also warns airlines of potential ash along air routes.
If you live in the Philippines or Papua New Guinea right now, you'll know the score: Active volcanos can come alive and erupt any time, spewing lava and destruction. Here are some of the world's most dangerous hot spots.
Iceland's biggest national park includes volcanoes, the continent's biggest glacier and spectacular vistas. It is also home to magnificent waterfalls powered by mountains of melting ice.
With their "Huh!" Viking war chant - inspired by fans of Scotland's Motherwell club - Icelandic supporters were a hit at this year's Euro football championships - resulting in a spike of tourism to Iceland.
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