We left the second lookout of Lake Mashu and headed to the direction of rotten egg.
Yes, we visited the foot of Sulfur Mountain. Because of the sulfur gas and the temperature on the ground, the area is barren and covered with ash.
On a day-off after a week of settling in and research, the ladies were so relaxed. They kicked back in the car and enjoy the talks on each spot we dropped by.
Sorry for my finger in the frame.
The sulfur gas crystallized in yellow around the hole of eruption.
One of the ladies with tact was disappearing with the white smoke of sulfur gas in the frame as if I was dreaming.