Experts think Bali’s Mount Agung could erupt for the first time since 1963The lifespan of a volcano can be measured in millennia, and so waiting a few days for it to erupt may not sound too stressful.But for the tens of thousands of Balinese people forced from their homes, the “imminent” danger that they have been living with for more than a week feels very real.Ketut Seri says she has already last track of time since arriving at one of the emergency shelters.Sat surrounded by thin plastic bags stuffed with her children’s clothes, she says she can’t help but worry about what she’s left behind.”I wish I had brought my cooking utensils,” she tells me, a sign that she expects to be here for the long haul.

Source: Bali volcano: What is it like waiting for an eruption? – BBC News