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We started our third day of our exciting journey to Dublin with a breakfast at the Ashfield hostel. Right after that we made our daily lunch sandwiches for the go. We grabbed our bags and lunches, put our coats on and started walking to Trinity College, where our Bridge21 workshop with the Irish students we met before on Skype took place. On our walk to the Bridge21, which is approximately 15 minutes from our hostel, it was really funny that everybody of our Dublin-group was still complaining about the bad weather conditions, even though we should have gotten used to it by now.

When we arrived at Trinity College, the Irish students from Saint Joseph´s Secondary School were already waiting for us with excitement in their eyes. All of us were a little passive in the beginning. But then Ciaran Bauer, the programme manager, passed out a sheet of paper with which we had to go to a student from the other country and make him or her do something or ask something about the person we were talking to. This little small talk-session loosened up the mood. Everybody started talking to each other a little more. Then we had to make a video on our ideas for the future of Europe in the groups Mr Bauer put us in. That was our first task in which we really had to cooperate with the Irish students. After we ate our lunch we presented our videos and it ended up in a big laughter.

Later on after the workshop, we had time for ourselves with the Irish students. We split up in groups and went to stores at the city centre of Dublin. We really got to know each other better and had a really good time together. We are all looking forward to seeing them in the next days.

At 3 pm the Irish students went home and we went to the Little Museum of Dublin. It was actually a small museum, but really interesting. We were able to touch and look at a lot of things.

Then, Sirin, Max and I went to the supermarket with Ms Rodenhäuser and Ms Hampe and bought the things we needed to cook our dinner for the day. It was the best day we’ve had until now and we hope it will even get better in the next days.

Sirin and Enes

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