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... town. Anyone can play and the game will last hours. As I walked around the streets I noticed the holes around the windows where they are boarded up before the games to keep them from being broken. Sounds pretty fun to me.
I headed back to Stromness to walk around the street I was staying on to the pier area. It was a narrow, cobblestone street with lots of interesting old buildings. My goal was the Stromness museum but once got there and ...
... 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!
... best friend has remained close to my aunt and uncle. I had a grand time at the party. I really like everyone, they were all really and pulled me into the fold. It helped I had 'Head Up' on my phone. A game kind of like charades, but with talking. We played for hours, getting louder an drunker with every round. Drunk me had the bright idea to record all the rounds and save all the videos. I watched a few of them last night and they were hilarious. I'm going to try and upload ...
... enjoyed a warm bed and a decent shower though I hadn't realised how many different varieties of shower controls there are.
After the photos with my support team we went and had a welcome pint in The First & Last bar with my fellow End To Enders and reflected on the journey we had been through.
Thank you all for your messages they were appreciated.
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... ride to a local hotel for a cup of tea and some delicious home-baked shortbread and cakes.
Back on the coach we drove along the road adjacent to Scapa Flow, which served as the location of a well-known Naval Base during both world wars. The base finally closed in 1957. A lot of German ships were sunk in Scapa Flow and while most of them were salvaged, there are about seven which still remain and which are popular with divers.
On our ...