After three intensive days, the meeting finally came to an end. Today’s programme was planned to be only for half a day, so that overseas delegates could spend some time going around KL, sample local food, shopping etc.
Since the entire thing ended at 12:30pm, lunch wasn’t provided. So Jin Yee and I made our way to Pavilion to get something to eat. We decided to try Carlos Mexican Canteena, which serves Mexican food.
I had seafood paella, which was really yummy!
All in all, it was a very good meeting. There were a lot of takeaways (I mean info, not food) for us to share with our colleagues when we return to work. Anyway, I’m transferring my IATA-related portfolio to Jin Yee as I’m taking over a different portfolio that was left by another colleague who got transferred to KLIA. Therefore whatever action items required to be done after the meeting would be under her purview, though I would be around to assist her throughout the transition period.
So good luck Jin Yee! I’m sure you’ll do just fine!
P.S.: The paella at Carlos Mexican Canteena was really good. Better than the one at La Bodega!
P.P.S.: The last two photos were taken using the “food photos” setting on my red baby. Do you think they look better / worse / the same as other food photos I took before? Should I use this setting for future food photos or just stick to the old setting?