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Thursday, 4th February

On our penultimate day we had to get up very early again and we had breakfast at our hostel. At 8:45 am we went to Bridge21, where we had a “German Day” and everyone had to speak German. Thus, at this day we, the German students, were teachers for the Irish students. We also formed new groups of Irish and German students and we had to make a video about our favourite TV show with our new groups.


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After Bridge21 we had some free time. We went shopping and packed our things. At 6 pm we met again at the Christ Church Cathedral and visited a Choral Evensong. We think the choir was amazing, but it was a pity that we could not see more of the cathedral.


In the evening we went to a pub for a traditional Irish dinner and an evening of music and stories, which was financed by the generous financial support of the Sparda-Bank Gelsenkirchen. We had a great evening with really nice music, delicious food and interesting stories about Ireland. However, we wished there had been more Irish music such as the song “Whiskey in the Jar”.


We came back to the hostel at about 11 pm and we all were very tired. All in all, the day was very great and we learned a lot about Irish history in a wonderful atmosphere.


(Sarah and Jana)

Friday, 5th February

The seventh and last day of our trip to Dublin began with packing our bags at seven o´clock in the morning. As every day, we met at the hostel´s dining room for breakfast at half past seven, prepared our lunch packages and went to Trinity College to meet the Irish students at Bridge21 for the last time.


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There we got together in our new groups and finished our blog entries for our groups’ blogs. We wrote about the experiences we had in our groups and during our visit to St Joseph’s Secondary School the days before. While writing the blog, we told the Irish students what we did after the Bridge21 meeting on Thursday afternoon.

After we finished this part, we played a game named “The Survival Game”, which we played in our groups against the other teams.


At the end Ciarán, Ms Rodenhäuser and Ms Hampe interviewed us in small groups and asked us some questions about the Bridge21 workshop for Ciarán’s research. All of us were of the opinion that it was a week full of events and great experiences.


At 12 o´clock we and our Irish friends went to the Trinity College´s dining hall and had lunch together. It was really nice!


Julia and Lea

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