Having a chance to visit the mother home of the Man U team, it is of course, a definate must to go visit their stadium. No point going to Manchester without visiting the Manchester United official stadium right? Manchester was raining cats and dogs during my 2weeks visit there making it very inconvenient for my sister to bring me out. Luckily it wasn't raining when it reached the day she planned to bring me to the stadium. It was an approximately half an hour journey from her house to Old Trafford (the place where the stadium is) by bus. Public transports in western countries are really really so damn convenient and safe compared to ours! And some of the bus rides are even free!
Once inside the stadium, there's a small museum about the history of Man U you can visit while waiting for your turn to go into the stadium. This is how it works: you buy your ticket from the entrance and you have to wait till your number is called out. They'll gather a group of 10 people and there'll be a guide who'll guide you around the whole stadium while story telling about the stadium's knicks and knacks. I didn't expect the stadium to be sssoooo huge it takes an hour plus to complete the whole tour! I is amazed. But being a typical girl who have zero knowledge about football a.k.a Man U i felt so lost inside there and i seriously do not know a single shit what that guide was talking about, even when i was inside their museum - all i care about is just to take pics. FML! I even remember asking my sis "Why i no see beckham one?" and she answered something about what captain now is giggs mar and my only response was "Huh? who?"
My sis: THIS GIGGS LAR!!
Me: Hie, i don't think i know u (=.=||)
I've taken a few pictures of the displays of Man U for you Man United fans out there. I may not understand but i'm sure u guys will =)
I know you! Mr Alex Ferguson!
The tragedy that hit the team and 7 talented players sacrificed. R.I.P
i spot david beckham!