1. You will be welcomed.
You’ll touch down in Dublin, ready to begin your ESL course. The airport is a very clean and safe place, and it will seem comfortable enough to stay here eating O’Donnells “Irish cider vinegar and sea salt” crisps and drinking Dr. Pepper for a while. When you do leave, you’ll hop on a Citilink bus to Galway in the west, and all the way you’ll smile and laugh at the jokes the skinny, white-haired, talkative bus driver named Bill tells. After three hours of looking through the window and watching the green lands overcrowded with sheep and cows, you’ll arrive in the city where you’ll live for the next month or so learning English. You’ll be a bit nervous, but the cool wind will welcome you with open arms.