The title sounds German, eh?
Less words and more pics this time. Ain’t got much time to write. Plus, many people to become my models today. Got to be fair to them ;-)
I’m away from office for three days beginning today, attending IATA Clearing House User Group Meeting at Westin Hotel. Some 250 delegates from all corners of the world are here for the event. Each IATA member (airlines, flight systems providers, aircraft maintenance operators etc.) sends two or three delegates to represent their company. Smaller members like Air
That’s the meeting. By the way, the pen’s ink is green. Weird.
Listening to presentations. Serious stuffs.
Our morning tea break. Ayu specifically wanted me to tell you that the mousse is yummy.
Haven’t met Ayu? That’s her, my silent reader. Say hi!
Zahida of MASkargo and Chia of financial systems.
That lady really stood out in her Oktoberfest outfit. Those who visited her ISO booth got a heart-shaped gingerbread.
Me: Bernard, show off your gingerbread, I put your face in my blog!
Bernard: Aiyoo!!! *but still posed for the shot :-p*
All the way for
Souvenirs from SAP booth.
Lunch break! The guy was preparing my carbonara.
Jin Yee waiting for her turn to get her pasta done.
One of the best carbonara I ever tasted!
Jin Yee doesn’t like creamy stuff, so she opted for tomato sauce.
Clockwise: Mango mousse (in the small cup), chocolate pie (hidden by the huge chocolate peel deco that looks like a cinnamon stick), tiramisu with chocolate coating and cheese cake topped with strawberry and cream (can’t see it, can you?).
Evening tea break! Very spicy yet yummy pasta (they put cili padi in it *gawk*), tomato pizza and another round of mousse. This place is overloaded with mousse.
Just because you see lots of food pics, it doesn’t mean that all we do is eat. Obviously I can’t take too many pictures while the meeting is ongoing. Need to focus people!
Tomorrow’s session will require more input from the delegates. There’ll be several breakout sessions, during which we will discuss and squeeze our brains for ideas. With so many participants from different parts of the industry (and the world too), there must be many things to share.
Looking forward to that!