Daily Prompt: Study Abroad

If you were asked to spend a year living in a different location, where would you choose and why?

When this email pinged through on my iPhone I just had to say something.
In a way I was inspired to write, which to be frank is the point of the Daily Prompts.

I have two answers to this question and this is the first.
I would chose Ireland I have loved everything about the Emerald Isle since falling in love with Boyzone as a child. Over the years I have frequently visited Ireland well Dublin more so than anywhere else.

I can safely say I love returning the people are great and I always feel happy when I’m there.
I sadly haven’t been in a while.
I think it’s been two years since I was in Dublin and I am now contemplating going over either just before or just after my 29th birthday.

Yes, I shall be 29 on the 23rd February and I am ready to grab the last year of my 20s by the scruff of the neck and enjoy it. I would love to stay there for a longer period of time, I think the laid-back locals would help me chill-out more.

My second answer would be to choose somewhere somewhat warmer like Australia. I was lucky enough to spend two weeks in Sydney in 2008 and I would love to visit Australia again for a much longer trip, I would also love to visit Melbourne.


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2 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: Study Abroad

  1. jazzytower December 29, 2012 at 4:14 am Reply

    I would love to spend a year living on the side of that volcano called Santorini in Greece. My favorite place in the world so far. The life style, the views, the sunsets, the food. Love that place.

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