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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this year. Following my dreams has been amazing but also the hardest thing I have ever done. I am excited to be heading home in May for a visit, but i'm also nervous about what the spring and summer of 2015 will bring. Hopefully I will get a permanent job, but if not Ill have some more *************s to make, but for now i'm happy thinking back on all the amazing adventures I had this year. I miss you all and wish you all the very best for 2015. Love, K ...
Well it has been a quiet few weeks. I am settling into the quiet life. I actually really enjoy it, if not for it being a bit lonely at times. I am however definitely suited for country life, I love the quiet and the privacy. Although it has been pretty foggy here the last couple weeks, when the stars are visible it is pretty incredible.
The downsides are that I don't have a car and can't just hop on a bus to go explore since they only come a few times a day. The same can be said ...
Today is a "Sea Day", which means that the boat doesn't stop anywhere at all. That could be boring but the cruise line does a great job of keeping us entertained. First, for lunch we had a traditional British Pub Lunch - Richard had the Bangers & Mash (sausages and ...
... start to 'cock their weapon' when we inadvertantly stumbled on a nesting bbird
Returning to the subject of seaweed, for 200 years from the early 17th century North Ronaldsay Orcadians burnt 'tangles' in open pits to produce 'kelp' - a block of soda (alkaline) ash and potash for the glass-making and soap-making industries. Reportedly, it was a dirty and foul job that, more often than not, fell to the women of the island. The white smoke from the fires was said to hang ...
Our morning began with breakfast looking out on our lovely spot followed by a walk around the village of Stromness. We visited a few different arts and crafts stores, and Matt even helped a lady with a computer issue resulting in a gift of 4 fresh eggs. We met some lovely people here. After having lunch on the harbour we began to explore the remainder of the island. - Maeshowe: This stop was made ...