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On September 9, 2013, my life changed. This was the day I followed my dreams, and began an adventure of a life time. Moving to Ireland for school on my own is something completely out of my comfort zone.. or so it used to be.
After a full night of travel with one stop over in London, I finally arrived in Belfast. Representatives from …
... I was in a year ago from today.
There is no way I can ever pay back my mom for everything she has done for me to get here. She is the most selfless person I know - especially when it comes to my sister and I.
No words can really describe the gratitude I have for my mom. She is my number one inspiration for the kind of person I hope to be as i get older.
I love you Mom. Happy Mother's Day! I can't wait to see you in a few weeks.
... We found an Indian restaurant for an early dinner (this time we googled the address & used the navigator to get there; turns out that was a much quicker method of finding an Indian restaurant than following my directions as we had in Dublin). A couple of the dishes we ordered came out incorrect but they insisted we should keep those as well as the correct ones that they then served us! ...
... it, there was none of that and we ended up at the airport 4 hours before our flight! The first leg of our journey was our flight from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi. Knowing that you're going to be on an aeroplane for 14 hours kind of dampens the excitement but we made some really good friends on the way. Their names iwere Temazepan and Circadin and they helped us get about 6 hours sleep! Despite ...
... to come.
Tucked away at the back of the 'Titanic Quarter' is a privately run tour business (which
the people at the big Titanic Visitor Centre either don't know much about or
deliberately avoid mentioning). This place enables you to walk around and then
down into the dry dock where Titanic sat as she was fitted out for her maiden
Still there are the huge ...