28 Nov Lime Country Guest House, Eamont Valley, England
This morning, breakfast was cooked by the B&B owner. There was orange juice and coffee, bran flakes, corn flakes, the British version of Weet-Bix and the same muesli that Rhodes Hotel served. I forget the name of the Weet-Bix equivalent. I think it’s Weetabix or something. It has rounded edges, it’s more dense so easier to cut, and it tastes better. Then we were asked to order our hot breakfast items. He offered bacon, Cumberland sausages, eggs (scrambled, fried, boiled or poached), toast and tomatoes. We all had poached eggs; they were cooked perfectly, slightly runny.