I've promised in the last entry to continue the story of what happened during the last
weekend. BUT before I continue, I'm happy to share that today is actually my birthday. How old am I? Let's just say I was born in the late 70's.
The continuation from yesterday's entry:
After the game ended, all of us headed to the Long Bay beach which was not so far away from the game venue. Some arrived earlier and some arrived later. We followed one car (one of the Auckland family) and we went to park our cars farther from the rests. So, we had to walk to find the picnic spot before we could join the others. They chose a nice shady tree as the picnic area. When we finally joined the others at the picnic spot, we could see there were plenty of food.
There were few families who arrived later and they just joined the crowd and it made the place to
be the crowdest picnic group there. My hubby decided to go for a swim first before he ate anything.
So, he went alone to the beach while we (my princesses and I) stayed there with the others. The Waikato players looked so starving after the game. They quickly helped themselves with the food once the food were arranged in a long line. The Auckland players looked hungry too and we actually shared the food that we had with others. Some kids can't wait to go the beach but their parents was still eating or chatting with the other adults. My princesses and I joined my hubby at the beach after we had some food. I had a long nice chat with Wan (tak ingat oun nama penuh dia). She said she's
a friend to one of us. (but her friend was not there bcs only her hubby went to play football). My princesses loved to play and can't wait to go into the water. I forgot to bring their swimwear. Thus they had to just let their clothes to be wet. Luckily I remember to pack some clothes for them. My hubby approached us after he had a nice swim and few minutes of muscle spasm that he had to float for a while. We took some nice photos of us (thanks to Wan) before we joined the others again at the
picnic spot again.
Actually, there were not so many others who went to the beach especially the Aucklanders. maybe because they always come to the beach.
mcm tak jakun dah tengok laut sbb Auckland dikelilingi dgn laut. tak mcm kami yg duduk kat Waikato yg tak de laut. We didn't stay long after we came back from the beach as we had to go to the toilet to get change. The other families from Waikato went to some Aucklanders houses to pray and rest before they headed back. My hubby who was still tired suggested that we should stopped at the mosque in Otahuhu, South Auckland. suami sy mmg tak suka meyusahkan org. itu yg dia tak nak singgah rumah org lain utk smbhyg. By the time we arrived, all of us were exhausted but we felt happy to be able to join the others in the game and the picnic. harap2 lain kali ada lg dan kami masih sempat nak ikut sama.