New “Driving alone in the Cotswolds” is
2nd travel of Yoshito
Maki after four years. Cotswolds is a local area yeaned by
English people in West England. This travels reports splendid
Cotswolds with many photographs.
I borrowed compact car corsa 1.2 of the British
Vauxhall in Oxford. My corsa
runs at full speed in Cotwolds from Blenheim Palace of Woodstock where
former Prime Minister Churchill was born at the early summer.
Driving to Upper Slaughter of the village where there
is nothing but surrounded
by only green field and trees from Stow-on-the Wold of the town known antique.
I met a Japanese man driving in England alone from Hiroshima at the small
square of this village. I spent quiet two night stays in Lords of Manor built in
17th century surrounded by a vast garden in this Upper Slaughter. In Broadway
I also met Japanese ladies living in Cotwolds.
In the British country, an excellent way
spreads out from the town to the village.
However, I hardly see any cars in the front of my car and the back. The British
weather brings rain suddenly, but Corsa 1.2 runs through it in green at 100 kilos
per an hour speed.
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