Our journey started when we landed in Dublin. Some MD4S' people welcomed us and gave us the typical Ireland hat. Later we met our family and at first I thought they were very talkative and spoke very quickly but at the end of the week, I was also able to understand a little bit more.
Dublin is a very big city, more than Valladolid. What I liked most were the colourful Georgian doors. We visited some museums like the National museum, the archaeology Museum and the Natural Museum where there were alive snakes! A guide called Paul Showed us O’Connell Street ( the main street ), the post Office, the City Hall, the oldest dock ever, castles, churches, the wonderful Trinity College, St. Stephens Green's park, Molly Malone statue which has a son that almost all the Irish know, and the spire. We did a trip to Galway; we went to Limerick, continued to the amazing Cliffs of Moher and then arrived in Galway.
The best day was the 17th because it was St. Patrick's day! There were a lot of people in the streets wearing green clothes. We saw the fantastic parade and we could visit a typical Irish pub! (but, of course, with out teachers and coordinator)
We had a great week, despite the wet and very cold weather.