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Rodrigo Valadares

I am Rodrigo from Brazil. I have worked as a journalist there since 1999, always as a text editor and content on TV. I am 43 years old and now I am living in Dublin. I have discovered how fascinating it is to know and live others cultures since I arrived here.


Top 3 Events for April 25th

By Rodrigo Valadares / April 25, 2019

Have you already found something to do today? Here are our top 3 events of the day. Enjoy it! CERVANTINA WEEK The “Instituto Cervantes” celebrates Cervantina Week until the 28th of April. They will be accompanied by Andalusian poet Carmen Camacho, the Irish poet and translator Keith Payne, and the Galician singer-songwriter Su Garrido. When: […]


Top 3 events for April 18th

By Rodrigo Valadares / April 18, 2019

Have you thought on how you are going to have fun today to start your long weekend? Dublin is filled with great events and party’s today and the weekend and we have selected the top 3 events for today. Check it out. BNA FESTIVAL: AGE OF ARTS Experience an interesting, fun afternoon of discussion about […]


17th of April: a day to remember those who need your blood.

By Rodrigo Valadares / April 17, 2019

World Haemophilia Day is today. But do you know what it means? Did you know that you can help people with this disease? Firstly we have to understand what it is. Haemophilia is a disorder in blood clotting. For example: When we cut some part of our body and begin to bleed, the proteins (elements […]


The new route of diversity

By Rodrigo Valadares / April 11, 2019

This year, the Dublin Gay Pride Parade will have a new route. The city center will be more colorful on the 29th of June. The celebrations will start at the Garden of Remembrance before starting off from O’Connell Street. In addition to the 7,000 people who will be involved in the event, another 60,000 are […]


Why is it difficult and easy at the same time to live in Dublin?

By Rodrigo Valadares / April 4, 2019

Brazilians have been asking themselves this question and they got an answer. Studying and working in Dublin is not an easy task. But the capital of Ireland has been one of the best destinations for those looking for a change. According to the census made by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics in 2016, […]

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