Costwold, U.k.

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CIRENCESTER

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong
Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

CIRENCESTER

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

CIRENCESTER

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

CIRENCESTER

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

CIRENCESTER PARK

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

ROMAN THEATRE

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

The white specks are sheep

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

Half-timbered houses, Roman Theatre

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

Rocks used to build houses, Stroud

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

The Creepy Doll, Stroud

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

Stroud

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

BOURTON-ON-THE-WATER

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong
Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong
Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

Traditional English houses

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong
Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

Cornish Pasty

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

Tastes and looks like curry puff without the curry & potato.

Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong
Photo of Costwold, U.k. by Isabel Leong

To get a real feel of U.K., do not miss out on Cotswold. You’ll be transported to traditional ways, buildings, architecture. Be greeted with unpolluted crisp air and the lushest green. Of course, be prepared to get muddy.

I’m a sucker for rows of colourful houses.
Photo of Cirencester, United Kingdom by Isabel Leong
It is much more vast and more green, with the air more fresh and crisp than it looks. I love how the locals enjoy strolling by these parks and relishing their time, a delicacy lacking in Singapore.
Photo of Cirencester Park, Cirencester, Cotswold District, United Kingdom by Isabel Leong
Half-timbered houses I thought were exclusive to Normandy. The reason why they are half-timbered is because the wooden boards are made from wood and the white finish is from timber. The way Andy and Rachel navigate-using maps, showed the stark contrast between living in the old-age and new-age, as the GPS system silently overtook the traditional ways of navigation. Don’t remember the last time Dad used a physical map to navigate. On our road trips to Malaysia when i was in my early teens?
Photo of Roman Theatre, United Kingdom by Isabel Leong
Rocks used to build houses are distinct to every town in Cotswold. Spotted this ugly doll (below) while cruising down an unchartered path on my day out hiking. Creepy huh? I suppose it serves the purpose of a scarecrow, except this is used to scare its own type.
Photo of Stroud, United Kingdom by Isabel Leong
My favourite, because it’s like an area taken right out of a classic old English movie scene, with little bridges, quacking ducks and Englishmen sipping coffee by the little lake.
Photo of Bourton-on-the-Water, United Kingdom by Isabel Leong
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