Lough And Quay
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... out that evening. There was a motorbike rally near where we were and there were motorcycles dodging I and out of traffic the whole time. Also, I forgot to Mention we picked up two stragglers at the causeway. These two smelled like a pub and were pounding beers all the way back to BFS. Oh and guess who rode next to me??!?!? A downfall of being a singleton for sure. Hah. Despite the smelly factor, my seat buddy was actually nice and we chatted for a bit. We got back to ...
... so the career one wants to pursue determines the choice of your subjects. Normally students will choose for subjects that link to their future further education. The majority of the students will only do 3, or 4 at the most, and universities will never ask for more than 3 A levels as minimum entry requirements for their courses.
5. After your A levels you can either go to University or do a vocational qualification(B-Tack). For ...
... checked dodgy looking people and waved us straight through! We boarded the ferry shortly after, we didn't know what had hit us when we got on. It was a deluxe looking ship, bars, restaurants, movie lounge etc etc. we expected to be in cattle class and sit in a room of plastic chairs and if we were lucky have a coffee machine haha. But we found a nice comfy spot in the bar looking out the window, into the gloom and rain! James discovered that the bar was selling £1 ...
... Peter Finn and the International Coordinator, Mr Frank Hennessey. A lovely table was set up for all the Erasmus students and the headmaster welcomed us. He told us a bit about what the school will be like the coming weeks because in the month of February, most of the students will be out doing their teaching practice.
I will be posting some more updates soon!
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... everything we could at Dunluce, we moved along to the village of Bushmills to tour the Bushmills distillery. The tour was interesting but Brads whiskey samples were even better. After lunch at the distillery we drove another two miles to finally see Giants Causeway. We've never seen anything like this before. They were the most intriguing hexagonal shaped rock columns (approximately 40,000) formed from volcanoes centuries ...
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