By Jack Day
The next time you think your day job is tough, why not have a few words with volcano diver, Sam Cossman and he’ll enlighten you about his little adventure into an active hell hole. Here he is skirting the mouth of Marum Crater, the worlds most dangerous and inaccessible volcano located on the remote island of Ambrym, in the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. Sam and his buddy George Kourounis became part of an elite group of adventurers. More people have stepped foot on the moon than inside that volcano. Not a bad achievement for a day at the office.