The sun was just about to rise on the horizon at 8:40 am when dad drove us to Picaddily station to catch the train to Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland. We’ve already booked the return tickets online, and when we got to the station, we printed it out. Our train departed at 9:26 am and reached York after 75 minutes journey. From this station, our next train journey to Edinburgh Waverly station took 2 hours and 27 minutes. Continue reading “Edinburgh Scotland”
Our trip this time was about to reach the end. With only two more days left In the UK, we went to Manchester city centre by Metro from Hollinwood to Market Street. While I was doing the shopping at Primark, Mike was waiting for me at Shakespeare and had a few pints. Once I finished with my shopping, I joined him for a pint before we moved on to another bar walking past the beautiful Town Hall. Continue reading “Day Out in Manchester”
London or also known as The Big Smoke is the largest city in the United Kingdom. There are so many things to do in this big city, but we only have two nights to spend here. Having said so, we need to manage our time wisely and pray that the weather would be alright. Continue reading “The Big Smoke”
Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany, but with only three nights to spend here, we definitely didn’t have enough time to explore the city. In this trip, Mike’s parents travelling with us too, making this trip merrier 🙂 We reached Leonardo hotel at 6:30 pm after an hour-forty minute flying with Easyjet from Manchester. The hotel is located just 1.4km away from the airport, and it was perfect to spend a night there before moving to the other hotel in the city centre the next morning.Continue reading “Hamburg”
Where do Asian’s United fans go when they travel to Manchester?
Well, they can either watch a match or go to the museum and stadium tour. I admit that I was not into football before I met Mike. But he has always been a United fan and therefore, he took me to the tour to educate me on the history and also explore the stadium. Continue reading “Old Trafford Museum & Stadium Tour”
We just arrived yesterday, and today we were already on the move to the ancient city, York! Our train seats from Manchester Picadilly station to York was booked online with First TransPennine Express @ £46 for two. Using the confirmation number given, we printed out the ticket at Picadilly kiosk machine. We left the station at 10:26 am and reached at 11:40 am.Continue reading “The Ancient City of York”
Our trip this time was planned three days before the departure date. The original plan was to travel to Vietnam and also Thailand. However, we have to change the destination due to the situation over the sea dispute between China and Vietnam were still ongoing and I was a bit worried to travel over there. Continue reading “Journey to The West”