They don’t start until everyone pays its fare.
If unfortunately you get when the bus closes its doors, it’s too bad for you. Time is time!
Crossing the first floor to the lower one is dangerous, even fatal. Good luck!
Oh, and you have to thank the bus driver at the end of the journey, anyway.
2/ SAFETY VESTS
In Dublin, everybody does wear it when night begins to fall, or when the sun has not risen yet. Children, dwarfs, bicycle drivers…all that is small and a bit risky, wear it.
3/ EURO GIANT
Those stores in Dublin where everything costs 2 euro. So magic. You can buy clothes, costumes, accessories, jewels, makeup, cards, some food…Well. Their phone charger burnt my outlet. It has exploded, be careful sometimes though.
Irish people start drinking so early (around 5). But a drink never comes alone. It’s usually a tenner. Pubs and clubs close as well so early (around 2)! It’s very common to see ancient men drinking alone at a pub’s bar.
If you look under 25, alcohol sellers will probably ask you your ID if you buy a beer. Even if it’s only one. Ciders are very famous in Ireland. I personally stopped drinking beers when I noticed that cider contained more alcohol and costed the same price as a beer.
It is hard to get an appointment in Dublin , it is expensive (about 60e fees) and they usually prescribe Paracetamol or Ibuprofen. You better stay in bed and buy you a new pair of shoes you were dreaming of when you get better, trust me!
6/ HALLOWEEN & St PADDY’S DAY
They are as important as Christmas or the New Year’s Eve. Maybe even more!
Teachers, lecturers and other college staffs are much more easier to reach than those in France. They are willing to help students anytime, and they easily give their phone numbers.
Emmmmmm…still haven’t seen any food in Dublin yet actually!
You, Irish people, know how to be in a lovely mood. You have amazing personalities.
10/ Girls nights out outfits
Same as Food (9/), where are they?