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Couchfish Day 335: Not Found Until Now

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Stuart McDonald
The Couchfish podcast. Following a day by day itinerary through Southeast Asia—for all those people stranded on their couch.
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Volcanoes are a bit like people in that they have a family tree. Take Rinjani on Lombok for example—it wasn’t always Rinjani. In 1257 thanks to one of the largest eruptions ever, Mount Samalas literally lost its head, leaving Rinjani as the peak. Within Rinjani’s caldera lies Segara Anak, a lake, it with a smouldering peak, Gunung Baru Jari, beside.


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