The group has landed and their estimated time of arrival at Porter’s is 6:45 pm.
Adios y Gracias, SEK!
Ana and I have done most of the blogging this trip, so our students said they wanted to contribute. After the community service presentations yesterday afternoon, they presented our hosts with the wonderful video below. Be sure to stay tuned until the very end!
Last Day in Ireland
What a beautiful island. One thing is more gorgeous and picturesque than the last. This morning we visited Powerscourt waterfall. See for yourself:
We also saw some mountain goats grazing on the side. I won’t tell you which the girls were more obsessed with, the waterfall or the goats. I’ll only say that they didn’t have a waterfall soundalike contest. They did do this, though:
Why yes, we are Americans. Why do you ask?
If that wasn’t enough. Declan drove us close enough to get a look at the Great Sugar Loaf Mountain. Though only 501 metres (1,644 ft) high, the Great Sugar Loaf’s isolation from other hills and volcanic appearance makes it stand out in the landscape: