Author

Caitlyn Rome

Location

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


About

Hey all! I’m a junior actuarial science major at the University of St. Thomas. I’m excited to discover everything about Ireland this spring while studying at Trinity College Dublin! I’m very passionate about the arts, learning about different cultures, and math (I swear I’m still fun though). My blog will be filled with many pictures, hopefully funny stories, and deep reflections about all the great lessons I’ll be learning. Stick along for the ride… on the left side of the road!

(I was totally) Reading Week

Caitlyn Rome March 13, 2017

What a past few weeks! There’s nothing that’s more exciting than getting to live out a childhood dream, and I got to do so this past week. At Trinity, we have a “reading week,” which is pretty much a mid-term break. However, most students go home and… More

Sportsball: Gaelic Football Edition

Caitlyn Rome February 20, 2017

Croke Park is the 3rd largest stadium in Europe, and host to a great cultural affair: Gaelic Football. A few of us brave souls ventured out to watch a game of hurling and Gaelic football on Saturday the 11th in the tremendous wind and rain. We had toured… More

Tell Me More, Tell Me Moher

Caitlyn Rome February 6, 2017

“A picture is worth a thousand words.”  I took about a thousand pictures, so I’ll keep the text to a minimum! My friends and I visited Galway and the Cliffs of Moher for the last weekend in January. We bussed out to Galway for a lovely Friday night of… More

The Group Goes to Gorey

Caitlyn Rome January 25, 2017

This weekend I attended a homestay in Gorey, Ireland. I stayed in a house about a ten minute walk from the town centre of small shops and restaurants. Gorey is a beautiful, teeny town located about an hour and a half from Dublin. The bus arrived in Gorey… More

Dublin: From Tourist to Resident

Caitlyn Rome January 13, 2017

For my first few days of Dublin, I’ve been quite fortunate to learn a good many lessons already. Always print out a receipt, if given the option.At home, this is something I naturally do when using a card. If I’m paying with cash, however, I often… More

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