Well, things here are tough at times, very tough in fact. However, im no quitter, and no matter what happpens im going to fight the next 12 weeks to the bitter end if possible. The food here gets worse and worse every day, the amount of time off is getting less and less including sleep.
All i can say is this whole experience has been a huge learning curve for me, as big as anything ill ever experience. As the youngest member of staff, least experienced and with confidence going from dangerously high after good comments, feedback and cracking new skills to dangerously low when you c*** up (excuse my french)
I'm not giving up that easily, im going to put up with the little things like getting off work to go to dinner and finding theres no food left... or finding out the cabins have been broken into ...again.
However, why complain when your in the hot sun, with a great tan and giving it all you got every day.
Also to answer Nancy's question, when its too windy and the beach is closed we have to do all the boring jobs such as fix things such as boats, ropes and little bits of maitenance.