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What a difference a week can make...
I know I was very melancholy last week after finding out that I wasn't getting the job I had always dreamed of getting, but perhaps it was a blessing in disguise. I went and worked at the Woollen Mill on Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, but I was asked to go into the Scapa Travel office on Wednesday for a second interview and possibly a whole day. I wasn't sure what to expect, since I have only ever been ...
... mad under the water line, This is just the most recent crushed hope talking, tomorrow is a new day, with new adventures, new dreams, new hopes, and an ever changing me. So don't worry I will be OK tomorrow - I just needed to wallow in it a bit today. Time to listen to some T-swift and " shake it off " so that I can look forward to what's coming and not what's been.
I really do miss you all and I can't wait to see you in 88 days!
... and get to the bus station where it was departing from. I arrived at about 20 minutes past and stored my luggage and got something to eat before making my way to the bus. I made it with time to spare.
I got on the bus for the tour and thought it was a good thing I had brought my rain slicker since it rained. The drive out to the loch was nice and the driver gave us a good commentary. We arrived at the loch and we boarded a boat to cross the loch and see ...
... full of ships and activity. The place where Lord Kitchener lost his life in suspicious circumstances, and where Churchhill built the famous barriers to act as defences of the flow, the Italian Church made from a couple of Nissen huts and lots of recycled stuff and much more from the war years. But then Penny found a place called Broch of Gurness and the world famous Scara Brae. While she probably could suggest ...
... original circle contained 60 stones. There are 36 left.It is a scheduled ancient monument and was free to walk around. The Standing Stones of Stenness are just a kilometre down the road from the ring. This area of Orkney is rich in neolithic history with Maeshowe another couple of hundred metres up the road. This is a multi-chambered cairn. This chamber was constructed around the same time as the standing stones and the ring so is around ...
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