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... position with a decent starting salary. It is a position that will allow me to get qualified as a Travel Agent and thus gain a skill which I can take anywhere, should I get itchy feet again. I will be working 5 days a week on a 6 day roster and it is usually an eight and a half hour day with a half hour lunch break. I get to sleep in a bit on Saturdays though!!! On Saturdays, we only open at 10:00 AM instead of 9:00 AM and then we close at 3:00 PM ...
... though, a few weeks to rest and figure out my next move. I didn't realize it would take me almost 4 weeks to find a job and that the job I had gotten would be one of the dullest I've ever worked. The boring monotony of everyday just about kills me. It made me question my reasons for staying and my reasons for wanting this dream. I just keep thinking its a means to an end right, a means to an end.
Then Christmas rolled around, that when I ...
... I love it. It isn't as good as it used to be but it still had some good deals. For dinner we headed to Jimmy Jungs which is a Chinese buffet place. It was good as well as being quick so we were ready in time to head to the Pantomime. The panto was Aladdin in theme and could have done without Aladdin as all the other characters were hilarious. I laughed and smiled through the whole thing. I guess it is a bit of a tradition here to put on a panto so it was a ...
... it can get a bit lonely when your friends are 3000 km away. However, I am slowly making new ones and keeping in touch with the old ones when I have signal on my phone. The girls at work are all really nice and most of them are around my age. As a result we get on great! They've even invited me to go out with them the next time they have a night on the town. It's also quiet funny to see them trying to figure out who I'm related to and then find out I'm actually related to them ...
... 200 years, and then abandoned. Over the years it had been covered over by sand and was discovered in 1850 after a severe storm washed away some of the sand. These early people were amazingly advanced. They had toilets and a sewer system that drained away waste. There were stone hearths, beds and storage areas in each home. Next we went to see the Ring of Brodgar another Neolithic wonder that may have been used to study ...