You might be wondering why we didn’t just go check out the caves ourselves, I mean we’re locals after all so we should know where to go.The reason why is pretty simple: you never climb or walk on glaciers on your own, unless you know them well and you’ve had some training.At the beginning of the month I had some time off so I planned a little vacation out of the city with the boyfriend and since we were headed towards Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon anyway I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to check out these caves and get answers to your questions. In fact, they were more or less booked out throughout February.Because the company was quite unresponsive answering my e-mails I didn’t find out they were completely booked out until it was too late to organize something else but I’ve heard it probably didn’t matter because most of the tours were booked out anyway.
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I am hoping to be a big apple greeter in the City , and as part of the training, plan to take the official guide test given by the city, a 175 questionnaire.