I finally have time to sit down, edit photos and write an entry on this.
Last week (15-17th March) I was in Manchester
I wouldn't want to step my foot down on Manchester again if not because I have to meet my old secondary school classmates Jennifer and Sheena
First time meeting Jennifer in UK and I haven't seen her for ages! She has grown quite tall now :P. Used to remember that she was shorter than me in form 2 when she suddenly had some exponential growth and shot straight up!
Manchester has become boring for me as I walked down those same old highstreets and this time I'm more aware at how polluted Manchester air is.
Anyway, the highlight of the trip was the visit to Manchester United stadium at the Old Trafford.
I'm personally not a Manchester fan myself and ain't any football fan.
But without a trip to Man U stadium, my trip to Manchester would be incomplete.
When we got off the tram at Old Trafford, we thought the Man U stadium was like this:
how ignorant we were.
But then we realised we had to walk 1km to reach the real stadium.
phew. At least our 2.10pounds fare was not wasted when we saw how grand the stadium looked.
I realised that the red seems to be the most used colour in the stadium.
everywhere you see, it's red red red.
the floor is red:
the door is red:
The toilet is red:
not to mention the advertisement and seats are red too!
some pics I took:
The stadium tour was alright and reasonably priced at 7 pounds for the tour and museum. At the end of the trip we got a cert to 'certify' that we joined the tour.