Ayre's Rock Hostel
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... me the position and said she would be sending me a job offer within the next two days. My internal response was... say what?!? I actually couldn't believe it, after being crushed by not getting the last job, I was not expecting her to immediately come out and offer the position to me. I have since received the formal letter of offer and I have now accepted the position of Trainee Travel Consultant at Scapa Travel in Kirkwall.
This is a full ...
... m finding out dreams aren't an easy.
My dream was to move to the UK and start a life. I wanted to work in a place where I wouldn't be bored, would get to meet new people from all over the world, use my education and most importantly enjoy life. I knew it wouldn't happen over night, I knew there would be bumps along the road but knowing those things and then living them... Completely different. At every bump I ask myself what am I doing here? Am ...
... loch before heading up the hill and looking at the visitors center where they had a movie about the history of the castle. They somehow packed 1000 years of history into 8 minutes. I must say I was impressed for it didn't feel like you missed much. I would have really enjoyed it if some man had turned off the sound on his phone so that every time he took a photo it wouldn't make that shutter snap sound REALLY loudly. I ran out of time so I wasn't able to look at the very ...
... for this pair of travellers, we didn't know anything about these places and having found them, were absolutely fascinated. Google has the best descriptions of these, and photos.
We enjoyed interesting riding around the mainland island, taking in standing stones and these historic sites. Could actually have spent a week there easy, but you don't know until you get there sometimes. Maybe we can go back.
... was to The Broch of Gurness. This is a large circular stone building that is positively young compared to the other stone buildings I've looked at today. It was only built between 200-100 BC so is only 2000 years old. It is built on the side of a beautiful piece of water that looks out to the island of Rousay. Robert Rendell discovered this particular broch when he was sitting sketching on the top of a grassy mound and the leg of his ...