Girls and I spent a weekend at Diana’s in Cheltenham. We are doing this fun thing with a couple of old classmates – we realized that we all ended up living in different cities around the UK, so we meet up once in a while to talk about everything, reminisce about school, and explore places (in this case, the beautiful Cotswolds).
On Saturday we spent whole day in the farm with lots and lots of animals, which just reminded me of good old childhood days spent at my grandparents’ farm.
We got to feed baby sheep and goats from the bottle, had a tractor tour around the farm, and bought some fresh milk.
We all secretly wished we could stay and live there - it was certainly very refreshing to get out of the city to the countryside!
Then off we went to another farm looking for freshly laid eggs (as I was going to bake brownies later on for Airida’s 25th birthday).
The house was old and cozy, full of vintage knick-knacks, I’m sure my mum will appreciate the picture with old horseshoes!
We got the eggs, some lovely honey, spices, played with two friendly dogs, and finally left as we were getting peckish.
What does one eat when in Cotswolds? I don’t know about other people, but I could eat scones for breakfast, lunch and dinner (I didn’t, but I would).
We all agreed scones is an excellent idea, so we headed to a little old pub for some cream tea.
Next day we woke up slightly hungover after the little party we had, but got out of beds as we didn’t want to miss out on seeing some more of the Cotswolds. I’m not even sure what’s this little village called, but it was beautiful, peaceful and we were in the perfect location for some charming views.
See you later beautiful Cotswolds!