I am having a post-travel syndrome and I am also in the midst of a very hectic work schedule. So, kindly please forgive me as I will be delivering a photo-mania entry instead of explaining in a thousand words.
So here are the pictures of me visiting Manchester and Old Trafford.
So I got to visit another Chinatown and I am surprised it is quite a decent size compared to the one in London. I am assuming that there are quite a number of Asians in the city of Manchester.
Fish and chips, one of UK’s national dish, tasted really good.
My friends also brought me to Trafford Centre, a very large indoor shopping centre in Greater Manchester. This shopping centre is situated really close to the Trafford Park where Manchester United’s stadium is.
Old Trafford, here we come!
Old Trafford is a football stadium in Greater Manchester and it is the home of my ultimate favorite football club – Manchester United. Can we all sing ‘Glory, glory, Man United‘ together?
Old Trafford is the second largest football stadium in the UK after Wembley Stadium in London. It can seat up to a capactiy of 75,635.
It burns my wallet to go on the museum tour, but being a fan girl, it is worth every penny. Stop mentally converting from Malaysian Ringgit when it comes to your passion.
Old Trafford was nicknamed the Theatre of Dreams by Sir Bobby Charlton, and this stadium has been Manchester United’s home ground since 1910.
The Strentford End (the West Stand) is traditionally where the hard-core United fans are located, the ones who make the most noise (according to our tour guide).
One day, one day… I am sure one day I will have the opportunity to watch a football game played by Manchester United LIVE.
Till then, let’s just put this dream into a wish list and I will definitely be back.