I’m writing this on my way to Letterkenny. I’m coming back from Dublin, where Emma, a YIC co-woker, and I’ve attended a new Eurodesk meeting. This time, the group has evaluated initiatives, as Time to move, and have proposed new ones for the next year. Furthermore, we assisted to information sessions from EURES, Euroguidance and Europass.
But work isn’t everything and we also have some time for fun! Malgorzata, Eurodesk coordinator in Ireland, brought a chocolate vegan cake and took us to dinner to a fantastic Moroccan restaurant with karaoke. we didn’t use the karaoke, but we’ll do it next time.
I have a strange feeling because I’m preparing activities that I won’t see or enjoyed because I won’t be here for that time. New projects and ideas that I won’t see in person, but in social media.
At this time, I’ve been here 161 days, and I will stay here for, at least, 138 days more. Time flies without no one notice. Now I can write most of the text in English without using a dictionary or translate it first in my head. Yes, I know. I’m still making mistakes, but I hope that not as many as in the past.
With so little time remain, I have made a list of places that I’d like to visit: Sligo, Galway, Derry, Belfast, London… It’s a longer list, I promise.
I also have a personal project for Donegal Youth Service. I hope to tell you more about it in a future post. For now, I’ll show you some pictures of this week.
I hope to see you soon!