184.00 Dollar US$ Stranded in Bali tourists lampooned online for complaints Fort-De-France

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Funeral Director Published date: December 4, 2017
  • Country: United States
  • Region: CENTRE
  • City: Fort-De-France
  • City area: 97200
  • Address: 69 Boulevard De Normandie, Fort-De-France

KARANGASEM, Indonesia (AP) - Australian tourists who complained about being stranded on tropical Bali when volcanic ash closed its airport have been roasted bola online as out of touch with the hardships faced by Indonesians forced to flee their homes. Bali's airport reopened Wednesday after being closed for 2 1/2 days and thousands of tourists are now leaving the island famous for its lush green interior, surf beaches and relaxed vibe. About 40,000 residents from Mount Agung's danger zone are staying in shelters such as sport halls, temples and tent camps.

Ash could drift back and force the airport to close again. A father sits with his son with a backdrop of the Mount Agung volcano in Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia, Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. The island's airport reopened Wednesday after being closed for 2 1/2 days and thousands of tourists are now leaving. About 40,000 residents from Mount Agung's danger zone are staying in shelters.

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