Before I made my way across the pond, Netflix and I were attached at the hip. Seriously. I snuggled up next to my laptop after work and watched shows into the wee hours of the morning. If we’re being honest, Netflix and I still make time for each other- somewhere nestled between classes, making dinner and going to Champlain Abroad Dublin events.
Like many students, Orange is the New Black is at the top of my ‘Recently Watched’ list and there’s one episode in particular that still sticks in my mind. Without getting into too much detail, the show’s main character, Piper, reminisces on a phrase her grandmother used to say to her growing up.
“Go out and eat the world, Piper”
I think I may have taken this ideal quite literally.
Mocha and scone from Foam Cafe. Coffee is definitely a weakness!
I honestly never thought I would enjoy apartment living as much as I do. Like many other students studying with Champlain Abroad Dublin this semester, I have lived in dorms up until this point. Therefore, being here in the apartment is honestly the first time that I’m really living on my own. And I have to say; I’m really enjoying it. The student apartments are located in the city center with a 25 minutes walking commute to the Academic Centre.
My roommates hanging out at the end of the day. This is a typical living room of a student apartment.
Ever wondered why Europeans don’t refrigerate eggs, but Americans do? Believe it or not, but this subject always pops up sooner or later when a new group of American study abroad students arrive in Ireland. We found a great article on thejournal.ie, answering all those egg questions. You can check it out here: https://www.thejournal.ie/refrigerate-eggs-usa-europe-1809120-Dec2014/