Northern Sands Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... second interview before. I arrived early and basically got settled in and observed a day in the life of a travel agent. I was shown some of the basic systems they work with and the basics of how to research and book various types of trips. The day seemed to fly by, before I knew it it was almost three in the afternoon. Mandy, the boss, remembered that I needed to catch my bus and said I could leave before 5 if I needed to. Before I left however she ...
... Others will say well at least they are giving you a seasonal position as a consultation, but it means that I'll have to work under the person who has the job I dream of. The person who has my dream, I don't know if I'm strong enough or a good enough person to do that.
Other interviews are lined up though. I don't want to get my hopes up, but I know I will. If I get crushed this time I am not sure if I can continue on with this dream. ...
... of it. It also had some of the tallest Fir trees in Scotland. We drove down to a Beatrice Potter's exhibit but when we looked at it decided it was more aimed at kids and probably not all that worth it for us. So we pressed on to our caravan park where we were going to stay the night, which was near Kinross. Our last full day in Scotland we spent driving to a spaceship motor home place to get our brakes fixed. They had started squealing the afternoon before. Turns out the brake pads had ...
... to camp outside and shared his supper with us before taking us on a tour of the estate. What an estate! 11,000 acres of Grouse and Red Deer moorland, salmon in the River Thurso, Brown Trout in Loch Glutt... All owned by Lord Pembroke if I heard correctly. He drove us up to the two tops we won't do tomorrow. Fantastic views... the best one being the one that showed us how far we have come today. Always the most satisfying of views!
Roll on day four and more flow country to ...
... to look at some silver and grey.
Back on the main road, we continue our tour. A tourist sign takes us up a side road to visit 'The Hill O' Many Stanes'. We walk through a gate and up a hill where we are presented with...wait for it...a field on a hill full of many stones! Is this some kind of joke? Historic Scotland don't think so. No-one really knows why they are there but it's assumed that it might have been a burial site. More than 190 flagstones are ...