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... the shop. Next we toured St Patricks Cathedral. It's around 800 years old and is no longer Catholic thanks to Henry VIII. Was another interesting tour with some great stories. Then we walked off to see the city and stopped by Dublin Castle and Trinity College. Finished off the day having a great meal with one of Kathryn's school friends Emma who moved over here around 15 years ago. Emma and her boyfriend walked us back to our car and couldn't believe where we ...
... been restored but unfortunately you had to take a tour to look inside and we were running out of time.
After a coffee and muffin snack, we picked up our bags and caught a taxi to the airport. Bought some treats for my work team and then caught the flight back to London. A long tube ride from Heathrow to Vauxhall, Maccas for dinner and then real life started to kick in again.
... Spanish or Irish. Most Year 9 pupils study two languages, from French, Spanish or Irish for 3 periods each a week. All Year 9 pupils study one language from French, Spanish or Irish for 5 periods each a week. All year 10 pupils study French, Irish or Spanish for 5 periods per week.
I taught my first three lesson the past week. We’ve been looking at how to write a formal essay with year 11. Next week I will ...
Last night, we went to McDonnell's pub in Ballycastle after a particularly emotional final show at Corrymeela Community. This incredible community of friends includes people from all over the United Kingdom. They are based in this incredibly remote location right on the coast; when it’s really clear, you can actually see Scotland! We had a great time down at the beach, sharing our last few days with good friends from the cast. We ...
... Partisan feeling is still very strong, and very colorful, in the streetscape. It makes for a very compelling voyeuristic tourist experience.
We experimented with the bus as a way to cover a lot of the city in a short time, as the ship was only docked until 3pm. Sitting on the open-roofed upper level we could see everything really well, I could take pictures, and we got commentary from a young guide. It was a bit chill and Jacob refused, on principle, ...
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