We’re following up on a previous adventure today. Do you remember visiting the AIR recording studios the other week; one of the most prolific studios in music history which is now rotting away on a Caribbean island? Urban explorer Shane Thoms took us along on his journey with him to Monserrat in the West Indies, where in the mid 1990s, the resident volcano woke up and wiped out more than half the island, even burying the capital city and turning it into a modern Caribbean Pompeii. That half of the island is known as the “exclusion zone”, where you’re definitely not supposed to go. Luckily, our man Shane went ahead so we don’t have to worry about things like pyroclastic flows travelling at 700 km/ hour towards us.