TIME WILL HEALS THE WOUNDS
Last but not least, here is a picture of one traditional-style restaurant, named Angkringan Blangkon located in Gading Serpong area. I had tasted their “cat rice” menu (most people called it as sego kucing) which consist a salted fish, tempe, petai, and shrimp paste. Very very delicious and not expensive (unless you compared it to Jogjakarta cat rice price)
Before I go home, I decided to take this picture (I could get a clear and high quality picture since no one was inside the restaurant except a cashier and waiters)
This photo illustrates the panakawan in javanese wayang, they are the clown servants of the hero. There are four of them – Semar (also known as Ki Lurah Semar), Petruk, Gareng and Bagong.
Semar (portrayed short and fat) and his three companions are his adopted sons, given to Semar as votaries by their parents. Petruk is portrayed as tall and gangling with a long nose, Gareng as short with a club foot and Bagong as obese. (source : wikipedia)
In this picture, they are happily dancing together even when nobody is watching them at that time (except me :D).
Just as four members of panakawan who still laughing and dancing merrily even though no one had seen them, we do hope all property investors are blessed with that kind of feeling and peace to sailed current property storm, because one day THIS TOO SHALL PASS !