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-Hello Joao! -Hello Padi! How are you getting on? I haven’t seen you for quite a long time. How have you been? - Oh, just great! How about you? - I feel really good. - And how about your holydays? - Man, they were awesome! I’ve been to Northern Ireland. - Really? Wow, isn’t it in the UK is it? - Yes, it actually is. - And what’s the currency? - Pound is the Currency, right? - Oh yes, I remember now, it’s the Pound! How many people live there? - Well I don’t know exactly but I think
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  -Hello Joao! -Hello Padi! How are you getting on? I haven’t seen you for quite a long time. How have you been? - Oh, just great! How about you? - I feel really good. - And how about your holydays? - Man, they were aweso me! I’ve been to Northern Ireland. - Really? Wow, isn’t it  in the UK is it? - Yes, it actually is. - And what’ s the currency? - Pound is the Currency, right? - Oh yes, I remember now, it’s the Pound! How many people live there? - Well I don’t know exactly but I think t here are about 2 million people in Northern Ireland. - Isn’t Belfast the capital?  - Yes, it is. - Please, tell me more about it. - Well, it was pretty amazing, Northern Ireland is really cool. It’s main language is English although Irish and Ulster Scots are still being used. Most of the people are Protestant and Catholic however, it is renowned for its friendly people and natural beauty. - What did you eat there? - Nice question! Actually, I ate Fish and Chips and Ulster Fry which are the best meals there. - I heard Paul Rankin and Michael Deane  are the best known chefs in Northern Ireland! - Yes, that’s true.  -Do you know anything about Christmas there? - No, I don’t, but I know March 17th marks the day of St Patrick, celebrated by millions of people around the world. In Northern Ireland, St Patrick’s Day was always held as an important religious day to celebrate the teachings of Christianity by St Patrick. - Great! At Christmas Irish families decorate their homes with lights, tinsel and baubles just like we do here. They usually erect a Christmas tree in the family home on the first day of the holy advent calendar. The tree is beautifully decorated with an angel on top of it and the presents are lain underneath as it is seen with many family homes around the world.  - It’s not so different to the culture in Portugal.  - No it isn’t , actually! - But what I really loved was the landscape in Northern Ireland! - Really? Why then? What place did u enjoy the most? - Antrim mountainous valleys and rivers are really beautiful and relaxing places! - Well, have u gone to a pub? They are like a tradition there - Yes I did, but I didn’t drink!  - Yeah, right…  - Actually I ’ve  got some photos to show you - Have you? - Yeah, look! These are those valleys I told you about …  - Wow, beautiful! Have you gone to the river? - No ahah the water was too cold. Look at this green environment, beautiful. Actually, I’ve been to a special event too. - Really? What kind of event have u gone to? - I have been to a football game. I saw the national team playing against Ghana and look, here’s another photo for you.  - Is football a popular sport in Northern Ireland? What a nice atmosphere I see there. - Of course! It is the most recognized sport in Northern Ireland. - Well man, I feel really jealous now! - Don’t, please cuz I’ll take you their next year  - I’m glad to know it  - Well, I’ve gotta go. My time is running out and my mom’s waiting for me  - Cheers - Cheers

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Jul 23, 2017
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