We arrived in Dublin the 25 of March after 12 hours of travel, leaving Santiago de Compostela at 9 in the morning. We went by train to Madrid and after, we flew to Dublin.
The first pic of Dublin at night.
I slept two nights with my classmates in the Ashfield House, a cheap hostel (not in the weekend) near the Trinity College. We had the breakfast included and we paid 20 per night.
While we were living in the hostel, we cooked a difficult menu with our big budget.
I had to work the 26. My first experience with the Irish public transport. It is expensive, but comfortable and with free wifi!
I used the dart (commuter train), 2.7 per trip, from Tara Station to Kilbarrack, where I work.
My boss, Hashmit Parker, introduced me to the workers. We visited the campus of Kilbarrack, Raheny and Coolock. This is a pic of the IT office. I work with another partner, Jude. He is from South Africa but he has been living in Ireland for 8 years.
The next days we spent the time looking for site to live, as a shared room, apartment or another hostel. I found a host family near Kilbarrack, in Raheny. They are a scout family in the North of Dublin (D5), Elaine, Steve and his sons, Dyan and Alana. They are very friendly and talk a lot with me. I am happy to improve my English every day.
That's all for now!
In the next chapter will have more beers and new places!