I expect it to be exactly the same except fewer Jews:)
There are a few quirky differences that I would not have expected here.
Even though Ireland and Poland are both predominantly Catholic.
Poland have different customs or rituals.
I thought it was the same all over but for example, they bring a piece of bread, salt, vinegar, eggs, meats, fruits etc in a basket to church to get blessed by the priest on Easter.
Or for Christmas dinner people here brake a white wafer with a depiction of Mary on it, and you eat a little when you greet each person in the room, while making a wish for them, it symbolises sharing of bread.
Just a lot of small things, I always find that going to another country is not about the big things but the small ones.
My friends are at the point where they can buy a flat for cash. They have done the maths and need to stay another 18 months to save enough to refurbish the large but old flat they are in the process of buying.
Excellent, that is how i got started too, you work hard and you save, I respect that.
Sure there is luck involved but some times you make your own.
Of course I have mentioned PF to them and they think I am mad.
I can only imagine.