Hey and welcome back!
Writing this feels very bittersweet, because I have to say goodbye tomorrow, but I want to tell you about my last week here :)
It started with work. A lot of work. This week it was extremely busy in the Co-Working space. A lot of new people came in for a free trial day and many members came in as well. On top of that Esther and I were alone, because our boss was on leave. But we could ask him questions via email or whattsapp so everything went fine. It was a good challange and I had to speak a lot of English which was helpful as well. I can definitely say that my confidence with speaking English has improved during my time here.
Anyways, walking out of the office on Friday felt weird. It's crazy to think about how fast the time went by and the last day of work is already over.
I hate saying goodye, so you can imagine how my Friday evening went when we had to say goodbye to our friends that we met here. We grew close in such a short time so it was hard to part ways without knowing when we're going to see each other again. But we promised to keep in touch.
Maria and I had to leave Saturday morning, because our flights back got cancelled (funny story - absolutely not stressful at all). So now we're flying from Dublin and we left Cork early in the morning to have the entire day here. We're staying in a hotel close to the airport, which is very convenient.
We met up with Josh and Lea and went to the famous sights in Dublin like St. Patrick's Cathedral, Temple Bar,...
Overall it was a fun day, but also a sad one. It's a mix of feelings actually. To be honest, I could've stayed in Ireland a little longer... I'll really miss it but I made so many great memories that I'll never forget.
If you're considering to do an intership with Erasmus+ - just go for it!! I promise you, you won't regret it. It's worth every penny.
Thank you for reading!
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Graham Crewe (Monday, 01 August 2022 12:10)
I love how you used the buttons at the bottom of the page, Isi. Genius!