Did you know that some of the greatest writers came from Dublin? James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, W.B.Yeats … I’m pretty sure they’d all be great bloggers nowadays. Why not take the opportunity and start your career as a writer?
After we arrived well at the airport in Dublin, we went by bus to meet our host families in Blackrock. We all were really excited to get to know them. We were called up and a nice woman, named Joyce, received us. She was very pleased to see us. It seemed that she wanted to … More First impressions
The day has finally come. It was a busy morning, packing the last things and checking everything at least a thousand times. And before I knew what happened I was out the door. There was nothing stopping me now, my journey had begun. After emotional goodbyes I jumped out of the car, grabbed myself a … More Off we go
The countdown has started. Only one day till our great journey to Ireland begins and I am getting more and more excited. I can’t barely think about anything else and so I have a hard time doing this blog. But why am I writing then? Because I have in mind to explore the landscape or … More Ireland incoming
Today is Sunday, the day before our departure. And after spending so much time creating this website, after talking about this trip for so long and after texting and seeing pictures of classes 6C and 6D (which were in Ireland last week), the anticipation is unbearable. And with every item I put in my suitcase … More The anticipation grows
Hi 6A and 6B, I am totally excited about next week – if you only knew. It’s my 5th language week in Dublin and I promise you’ll love it as much as I do. There is so much you will experience – you can test your English skills live, you will learn to take responsibility … More All new and adventurous