West End Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... arrangements and the strict deadline of 5 PM. She is also willing to working around the notice I still have to work out at the Woollen Mill. The signs of this job being a good fit for me are promising.
I'm so excited (and slightly nervous) to be moving out on my own and starting in a "real person job". This position is going to have a very, very, very steep learning curve as the Travel Agent language seems to be right out of a computer coders ...
... 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!
... two. We rang in the new year with lots of hugs and kisses and a raucous round of old lang syne. It was an amazing way to see you the 2014 and see in 2015 surrounded by new people in a new place. The next thing I knew it was 4 AM and I decided to head home. DRUNK. Very Very Drunk... just like every other year, lol. I didn't wake up on New Years Day until 10:30 and that was to be sick to my stomach....ugh... a situation that continued until 2 in the afternoon, even after having ...
... got to see a couple of operations in the clinic, which was cool.
On Friday, I had to say goodbye to everyone. Luckily Nicola was heading towards Inverness, and she was nice enough to drop me off there. On the ferry we saw another bunch of Orcas - apparently they surfaced just after I went into the cabin to grab a drink, but I came out in time to see them. I stayed in the same hostel in Inverness, ...
... style of interior painting, bricks and ornamentation was painted on – it looks real at first. The fixtures were made from army food tins and the font was made of cement but its stand was a truck spring covered with cement so the font rocks (to soothe the babies who get upset at baptism, they sit them in the font and rock them).
Next on to Skara Brae, ...