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Posted:I just heard the other day that after I finish VCE (next year) I could be moving to Ireland... just for the year, but still, it's huuuuge in my mind! Speaking of minds, I can't really make mine up.
I'm terribly excited because it'd be a wonderful adventure, new people, new places and all the rest, and those wonderful irish accents (yum!). On the other hand... I know nothing about the place, at the end of the year I'd just be thrown back into Australia to pick up life again, and it's kinda overwhelming...
I guess I'm just asking for some advice, not convincing me to go, my decision is signed, stamped, sealed and delivered: yes!!! But any tips on what to expect, or what ireland's like would be lovely and very much appreciated.
By the way, what's the twirling scenario over there?
Posted:shamrock is a 4 leaf clover, its suposed to bring good luck, part of the whole luck of the irish thing. Anf leprecauhns do exist, if you catch one you get 2 keep his pot of gold, give it back and you get a wish
I took my harp ta party, but no body asked me to play, so I took harp home again