Today was the last day of the training activity. The attendees seemed satisfied. Certain aspects of the training could be better, I admit. Next time (if there will be a next time) should be almost perfect.
For lunch we went to the basement of Sentral Senayan 1, which is the office tower where Oracle Indonesia offices are located. Most of the Oracle staff eat at the basement establishment, which is actually part of an adjoining mall.
This glass of lemon iced tea (non-refillable) cost the equivalent of 100 pesos. Kind of expensive. They really profit on the tea..
Refills are 42 pesos.
This meal cost about 165 pesos:
The soup is a combination of bago leaves (that's the Malay or Filipino term for Gnetum gnemon); unripe nangka (Bahasa or Cebuano) or langka (Filipino) fruit, also known as Artocarpus heterophyllus; and sliced corn. With some amount of chili.
The main meal had rice wrapped in banana leaf; a small dried salted fish; some lettuce and cabbage; two tomato slices; a patty of what turned out to be ground and cooked soybean; and some chicken. Actually not bad for the price.
On the way back to the hotel at 3:00 p.m.
McDonald's at the back. Ubiquitous Kijang (Toyota Revo) with old Kijang (Tamaraw FX) behind it.