Thousands of tourists are stranded after ash spewing from the Mount Rinjani volcano in Indonesia forced the temporary grounding of all flights to the popular holiday island. Authorities have said that Ngurah Rai airport in Bali, one of the busiest in Indonesia, will not re-open until Thursday morning, at the earliest. According to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, some 220,000 British nationals visit Indonesia every year. Travel insurer Columbus Direct is reminding holidaymakers of the key considerations around Volcanic Ash Cloud incidents. The following airports have been affected by the eruption of the volcano: Ngurah Rai International Airport (Bali), Lombok

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