As I'm typing this post I'm already looking forward to my next trip... next week! Maybe I'm just trying to psyche myself up because the work has been going on no-end, but well, enjoy myself while I am at it right. Being in the driver's seat can be exciting stuff, even more so when you're sitting behind the flag with the crescent and stars and knowing what you do can make a difference.
Food, of course, keeps the energy up. I can't say the food onboard SQ is the most satisfying I had, but it would do to keep me occupied for some time. I hear food on long-haul flights are way better, and judging from what I've been having so far I'm inclined to believe that too. Guess I will leave it to my Citibank PremierMiles Card to take me places next year, I know I'm nicely on track for a good ticket or two :)
Stir-Fried Noodles with Chicken
The Stir-Fried Noodles with Chicken was quite unappetising, but I finished it up all the same because I was quite hungry. Probably too much salt, even MSG, in the thick, sweet sauce. At least the pandan-kaya cake made up for the otherwise terribly disappointing main course.
Sausage with Omelette
If noodles don't work for you , perhaps you would like some Sausage with Omelette then. It looks too simple if you ask me, and I doubt it would have filled me up one bit.
Fried Rice with Fried Fish Fillet
Lunch was a much better affair as compared to brunch. The Fried Rice with Fried Fish Fillet was pretty decent stuff, with a discernible flavour and aroma to it. I must qualify though that I have simple, easy-to-please tastebuds, so if you're frowning at my satisfaction with in-flight food, well just know where I'm coming from. It would be silly walking into an airplane and expecting gourmet-standard fare anyway.
Pictures taken with the iPhone 4.