This morning, we went on a scenic walk from Upper Slaughter to Bourton-on-the-Water. The towns were very cute and made mostly from stones. A small creek flowed through Upper and Lower Slaughter, next to the grassy path. We were even lucky enough to see two white swans because in Australia, we only have black swans.
We ate lunch at a nice farm in Daylesford before going to Snowshill Manor. The food is all organic and very delicious. We picked our favorites to make a picnic. Snowshill manor was owned by Charles Paget Wade (1883-1956), a devoted collector. Inside, the manor showed off the 22 000+ piece collection of mastered craftsmanship from all over the world and through different ages of times. The extraordinary collection included objects from instruments and old bicycles to shoes, suits of amour, weapons and very much more. The gardens around the manor also reflected the intricate personality showed through Charles' collection.
More food, time to do our diaries and play cards before packing our bags again,