Thanks for the short photo and narrative essay.
It definitely is a nice looking place and very different than the region I live in - Southern Great Lakes region of the USA.
Will really be worth your visit some day, but you need to stay here for quite some time because clouds often cover the volcano. Peak season is from March through May when it's summertime.Thank you for sharing the pictures. I had never heard of Mayon but it's really quite spectacular to look at and some of the photos online of recent eruptions are really fascinating!
It's rarely fatal anyways. It's a volcano alright but the good thing is that it has a perfect shape so tourism kinda offsets all the negative things associated with it. There's agriculture and quarrying industries too that keep the local economy afloat especially now that there's pandemic that heavily restricts tourism.Fantastic thanks for sharing! Not too sure about the smoldering volcano though . . . .