Life today is getting faster and more complicated. Between work, family, home and our social lives, we’re all busier than ever.
Our environment has an enormous effect on us, on our well-being and our sense of happiness. Often when we plan holidays we choose destinations that help us reconnect with nature and slow down our busy minds. These are also important when learning a language.
The Wild Atlantic Way is one such place; it offers the perfect destination for learning English. Where the Atlantic ocean meets the beautiful coastline of the west coast of Ireland, the landscape is utterly unique and awe-inspiring and the people are so friendly and welcoming. The Wild Atlantic Way stretches all the way from Donegal where we are located to the tip of southernmost Cork.
Among one of the many benefits of studying English at Donegal English Language School (DELS) is that we offer the perfect base to improve your English while also being able to explore this breath-taking part of Ireland.
Felipe from Chile had this to say on his English language learning experience at DELS.
“My experience living on the West Coast has been very nice. I have enjoyed the beautiful sunrises and sunsets that Bundoran beach gives me. I really enjoy going to the beach to watch the sunset and meditate.
I have also seen unique landscapes such as the Slieve League, or the waterfalls near Ardara. This part of Ireland is magical. The community here is very active so there is always something to contribute. I feel that I have grown a lot as a person in my short time here and I am very happy about that.”
(Main photo from Felipe’s visit to Slieve League and other photo with his friends in Bundoran)