It is primarily seen as a mine that happens to have some cave in it.
True scholars of mining heritage with the right personal contacts may be able to visit.
Why not contact the authors of that chapter in the book?
QuoteWhy not contact the authors of that chapter in the book?I don't recall seeing contact details in the book, so that's rather an unhelpful and cheap comment.
I find it easier to arrange trips to places that are heavily managed if I haven't bleated all over the internet beforehand about how hard it is and how unfair it is. But maybe that's just me.
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