|I woke up today at 10.00 when my mother woke me up. We went straight down fore some breakfast. At first, we got some tea, bread and serials. But a few minutes later on the landlady come in the room full of plates with sausages, white beans, eggs, white pudding, black pudding and racures (Racures is the Irish way of making beacon as we do it in Sweden, cut it in small pieces and then frie it. If you say beacon in Ireland, they think of a big piece of beacon that you boil in a saucepan for about 2 hours).
In this country they eat a lot of breakfast, a small, small lunch just with some breads, and for dinner they eat for an example a lot of traditional food like fish and chips, beacon and lamb shank.
Juice is the most regular thing to drink in the morning, water for lunch and water or beer for dinner.
They drink so much beer here in Ireland. My sister took us to a cafeé this afternoon, a regular wednesday. I though people would drink cafeé or tea, but wherever I looked I saw people drink beer. In Sweden, that would be almost a warning of alcohol problems to drink beer in the middle of the day at all time, but here in Ireland, it's perfectly normal.
At 10.45 my sister came down to the place where me and my mother live to take us on a great walk around the neighborhood. The ”Bed and breakfost” place we live in are strange enough just a few kilometers away from the house my sister lives.
My sister took me and my mother to the 3 kilometers walk down a beautiful road to the house where she lives. The enviroment in couchford is so nice, it's not so worm right now, but not cold either, it's just somewhere between. The trees and bushes are all green and smell so much. Among the road there was so many cosey houses with big gardens full of tres and horses. Whereever I looked I saw cows and horses chewing on the green grass at the big open feelds beside the roads we walked on.
After the walk around the neighborhood we went down to a café in the town in Couchford. We drunk some hot choklad and a cake each. It was one of the most tasty cace I have ever tasted!