Rugby Tour - Andrew -
On Friday the 26th Feb, I went to Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur for a rugby tour with my friends who play for HKFC (Hong Kong Football Club). I left school at about midday, then I picked up my dad and went to the airport. When we arrived at the airport and had checked in our bags, we met Max a friend that was coming on the tour with me. When we got through all the security, I and Max went to burger king. Then I had some ice cream from Ben and Jerry's. By the time we had got on the plane and lifted off we went into different seats so we could talk and play with our electronics. When we got bored, we decided to watch a movie. I watched "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" and I don't remember what Max watched. When it was time for the plane to land I and Max got back into our original seats and then we landed.

Once we got through Kuala Lumpur Airport, we got on the bus that took us to the hotel. When we got on the bus I got out my itouch  and then everyone was asking for it. During the time on the bus, the weather became extremely stormy. There was thunder, lots of lightning and very very heavy rain. When I finally got to the hotel, I was greeted by James and Pierre and we started talking about what we could do this year at the tournament. By the time I got away from all my friends, I went to my room and got changed for the dinner across the street with some friends. Then the next day, the rugby started. You can see the pictures of last years and this years tour soon in my gallery.
3/2/2010 14:20:08

Thanks Andrew, you make me remember my trips with my friends, I think you had a lot of fun!

3/2/2010 17:15:23

reminds me of Ban Kok swim meets!

3/11/2010 22:29:03

Looks like you had a lot of fun! Great detail work!

3/17/2010 05:43:21

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3/25/2010 12:35:22

Awesome. I wish our school did that. It sounds like fun. We have our snack during recess (a break from class and a time to chat and play with friends.)

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