Dublin, Ireland

Mount students typically travel to Dublin in the fall semester of odd years

Go Dtí an Chead Uair Eile or Till Next Time

Welcome back to the last installment of #WhatstheCraic! I’ve been home now for a little over a week, and not a day goes by where Dublin isn’t on my mind. Surprisingly, I even miss the weather! Even though I missed my family and my bed, Dublin still calls my name.  […]

Slán, Éire

It’s hard to believe that I’ve already been back in the states for about 2 weeks now. It’s even harder to believe that this is my last post for the Dublin blog! As nice as it is to be home for the holidays, I can’t help but miss Ireland already. […]

Last Call for this #BrewsdayTuesday

Hello and welcome to the last post of #BrewsdayTuesday! I hope you all had as much fun reading my blog as I had writing it! After being home for a few weeks, I had some time to reflect on my time abroad in Ireland. These past 90 days have been […]

Slán abhaile: A #FailteFriday Reflection on Monday

The gaelic word’s literal translation is “safe home” and is used to bid goodbye to someone traveling home. Throughout my time in Ireland and with my theme of #FailteFridays, I have been able to learn about the historical side of various locations that pertain to the Irish people. It’s one […]

#FailteFridays at Guinness Storehouse!

Welcome back to #FailteFridays! While this is sadly my last blog to help guide you in Dublin, I saved the best for last. One of the most welcoming and incredible places in all of Ireland is the Guinness Storehouse. Imagine Disneyland but for adults, with beer!! This is easily my […]