Hi there! If you see people walking down O’Connell Street in Dirndl and Lederhosen, you think the world turned upside down. But no, it isn’t! If you see those people, you know it is Oktoberfest in Dublin. Then for 18 days the German Oktoberfest takes place at George’s Dock. Unfortunately, with my 18 years I’m too young to attend the big party at night because you need to be 21 years or older. But that didn’t stop us from celebrating our own Oktoberfest.
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Hi everyone, As I wrote in one of my previous posts, I currently live with a Chinese Host family. There I learned some things about the behavior of Chinese people. I think the Chinese culture is one of the most interesting in the world. Even if we just have a look at the big variety of food… The first thing I learned was that Chinese people always take off their shoes (even if they are wearing slippers) when they go upstairs. When I arrived at my host family, the grandparents
Hi there, Once again I had a great time and because I experienced so much in the last few days my blog post is a bit later than normally. On Thursday when I normally write my blogpost I was at a comedy night in the Laughter Lounge. I got the tickets through an organisation for interns in Dublin. The money generated from this fun filled night went towards helping 4 great causes in the area of Animal Welfare, Homelessness, Elderly, and Children in need. I asked Franzi if she w
Hi everyone, It’s time for another blogpost :) I thought that I’m going to tell you something about a normal week for me in Dublin. But there were still so many things I experienced… Franzi and I went out for dinner on Thursday. We wanted to eat sushi so we decided to look for an Asian restaurant. Our colleague advised us a restaurant and after work we started looking for it. That wasn’t as easy as it sounds…we didn’t know exactly if it was the fault of google maps or our lac