The final stretch is approaching

During the last 3 weeks here in Dublin I tried to get the most out of it.

I am very happy with the progress I have made in terms of the level of English. Currently I have no qualms about communicating anywhere with the language. I understand more and more that English must be practiced, because no matter how much you understand grammar, in reality, it does not help you if you can’t use it when you’re speaking. You have to be able to carry a fluent conversation at any time, and that is what I have learned most at Erin School. Doing my internship in a language school has given me the opportunity to communicate with people from all over the world, and always in English, for which I have gained confidence and fluency with the language.

A road surrounded by huge trees casting a shadow

On the other hand, this weekend I had the opportunity to travel to Northern Ireland. Together with my friends from 6 in the morning on Sunday we toured some of the places where the TV series “Game of Thrones” was filmed in Ireland. We also had the chance to visit the capital – Belfast and enjoy The Giant’s Causeway, which is considered a World Heritage site.

The truth is that we were exhausted but it is worth enjoying the wonders that Ireland hides, and I fell in love with Northern Ireland, its fields, its people and having the opportunity to see these magnificent places is something that might only happen once in a lifetime.

I have also visited the Guinness Factory which contains 7 floors where you will learn the history of this old brand and you could taste a pint of the best Guinness in its gravity bar, with the 360 degree view of Dublin.