Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Ireland in October

We have created this Blog to share our journey through Ireland in October.

5 comments:

Stacy Smith said...

My name is Stacy Smith and I am a student in Edm310 at the University of South Alabama. I looked over some of the posts in October. It seems that you have been busy traveling to some very interesting places in the month of October. When I first saw the post on St. Patrick, I immediately thought of St. Patrick's Day. Now I know there is so much more to the name St. Patrick. This would be a great trip to make and learn about Ireland's history. I'm sure that I could learn many things. Things that I wouldn't forget a week later. The food also looked good. I look forward to seeing what you have in store for November. Thank you for sharing the wonderful pictures and details.

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L.J. said...

Hello, I'm Laura Allen, and I am also a student in EDM 310 at USA. I looked at some of the posts in October, and it looks like your trip to Ireland is going well. Everyone seems to be learning a lot and soaking up some culture. I liked the picture of the jackolantern in the post about Halloween in Ireland. I've never been to Ireland, but I'd like to go someday. I enjoyed reading about your travels and look forward to reading more!
-Laura (L.J.) Allen

Quentin Morris said...

Hi, my name is Michael Morris and I am a student in EDM 310 at USA. I think it is really great that you took the time to blog about your trip to Ireland. I'm sure that you learned a lot about the country and I hope that you had a great time. Thanks for blogging to keep everyone in the College of Education updated on your trip!

Amber Clukey said...

My name is Amber and I am in EDM310 at The University of South Alabama. I was assigned to follow your blog and comment on your post. It looks like y'all are having a great time and have lots of food to eat! I have never been to Ireland , but it looks like it would be a nice place to travel to one day.