Today’s my first time having sandwich for lunch in my new office. It’s also my first time having a hot sandwich in workplace. I used to had cold sandwich in the old workplace, because they didn’t have the toaster like the current one do. For those of you who didn’t know my habit: I always made my sandwich just before lunch (not at home). Then one of my colleague, Brad, joked that I had a Lego Lunch. First I was like "Huh?", then I realised soon enough that he was referring to the fact that I brought 4 slices of white bread, a slice of cheese, and a pack of ham. It’s interesting and funny how he associated it with Lego. Stack ’em up nicely, toast ’em, then eat while crispy and hot. Yummy Lego lunch !
On another completely irrelevant subject, I was having lunch on my desk and browsed Citylink website. As we know, Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006 has just finished. And Citylink, as one of the Games provider, offered toll-free journey on all sections of Citylink yesterday. I was just making sure it’s really free, coz I travelled through it yesterday. One good thing about Citylink is, none of its entrance have cash-booth. Travellers pay toll either after the trip in most convenient stores, or purchase a prepaid eTag account. That means if you’re entering (or leaving) Citylink, you don’t have to queue up and stop frequently to pay for the toll. It saves heaps of time and stress, especially during rush hour. Imagine if this cash-booth-free tollway system is implemented in city like Jakarta. I think it will relieve some of the traffic congestion near tollway entrances all around Jakarta, especially during rush hour.