We had a wonderful talk today from Anita who is one of our mums, from Hungary.
We found out the Hungary is roughly the same size as Ireland, but it has twice as many people living there as we do in Ireland. It takes 3 hours to fly there.
We were really interested to hear about horseback archery and to see photos of traditional Hungarian clothes.
Teacher was particulary interested in Hungarial inventions: the biro, vitamin C, matches and the Rubix cube!
The food looks delicious, and we got to try some chocolate snails which Anita made for us.
Luckily they are snail shaped, and do not actually have snails in them!
We also really enjoyed hearing about some Hungarian traditions, especially the traditions associated with Christmas. We are very glad we don't have to go to school in Hungary, where schools are open from 8am to 4pm. Hungarian kids must be so smart!
Thank you so much Anita for sharing your chocolate snails and so many interesting things about Hungary. We hope we get the chance to visit there someday!