Delfin Blog - A Delfin Love Story
As it is Valentine’s week, I wanted to share with you the love story of two of our Delfiners. Rafael and Luma are a lovely couple from Brazil. They are currently both studying General English at Delfin School Dublin. Luma is a biologist and Rafael works in financial planning.
First I wanted to find out how they met...
Janarelli, 25, Brazilian
Was a honor for me be a Delfiner, my six months in Delfin were really especial, I cant talk about delfin without remember about my friends and my best teachers. The best for me was the opportunity of know different...
Silvia, 23, Italian
Thanks Delfin School for this amazing opportunity to learn English and have fun at the same time! The teachers are perfect, the staff is wonderful...but the Italian dancers are the best <3 Hope seeing you soon. ...
Delfin partners with Campus Javi Martínez
What do the International Spanish football player Javi Martinez and our Delfin student recruitment executive Cristina Cañas have in common?
As you can see in the picture, both are holding a trophy, Javi is holding the 2012 European football cup when they won the UEFA Euro 2012, and Cris is holding The Sam Maguire Cup, which is the cup awarded to winners of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
A Darker Green
"Next stop: Saint Stephen's Green."
We've heard that countless times as we hop off the Luas just outside one of Dublin's best-known green areas. The green itself is just as familiar, with its leafy paths, flowerbeds and fountains the setting for many a Dubliner's lunch break, or a lazy weekend picnic. But if you dig deeper, the history of the park is somewhat dark. It hasn't always been such a tranquil spot.
These days when it's sunny you might find a group of teenagers flinging a frisbee around, perhaps to the annoyance of that elderly man nearby who hoped to munch his Tayto sandwich in peace. However, he might consider himself fairly fortunate if he knew about the rowdy and raucous football games that used to churn up the earth in the earlier days of the park. It was not uncommon for a kickabout to turn violent. The shouts of "Pass it!" would grow into something angrier and more aggressive, the kicking feet made contact with the opponents' shins as often as with the ball, and a riot broke out!
Thibaud, 23, France
Really great English school, in an amazing atmosphere. Excellent staff and teachers. I loved this experience, I hope to go back.