A female tourist photographing one of the boilers of the Piton de la Fournaise volcano. Also known as the 'volcano that smells like vanilla' is located on the French island of Reunion and typically erupts approximately every two years. After several days showing a critical activity, the October 14, 2010 the last eruption occurred violent volcano spit lava and gases expelled into the atmosphere, but fortunately did not end the life of any human. From what is clear is that the island of Reunion, the Indian Ocean's largest-has been shaped over thousands of years by the five volcanoes that watch from above and that this Piton de la Fournaise is the only one still active.