9am on Saturday morning at the local market. This little girl was happily amusing herself by playing clapping games, while her mum sold Orchids.
BerriesThese are Palm Berries on the palm trees that line the sides of our car park.
This wasn't exactly what I had in mind- But when I saw the pile of Bricks, next to the maintenance sign- It is indeed- Brick Work! (I do believe they are going to mend a wall)
Crisp Biscotti from my local coffee shop
Plastic cutlery drying off in the sun at the back of a restaurant in China Town. There's no knives or forks, just Chopsticks and Chinese style soup spoons:)
A Coloured Door
I don't think it knows what colour it wants to be- Green or white?
Grating Lemon Zest for a Lemon Sponge I was making.
Thought I'd go for something different- A whole shop full of silk and plastic flowers!
My apartment swimming pool and gym at night
M is For...
Marks in the Sand. Trails in the sand made from Hermit Crabs scuttling along.
My ticket from a visit to the Beach on Gaya Island. You need an entry permit as it is part of the National park. The other ticket is my ferry ticket- It takes about 15-20 mins in a little motor boat to get there.
My class busily working away. They were actually tidying up their baskets- some of them were in a right mess!
Looking forward to next Month's list:)
Spring - Day 11
For those of us in the know- This is a Rafflesia. Native to Sabah, Borneo and our National Emblem.
This one was 88cm wide and was growning up near Poring Hot Springs, up on Mount Kinabalu.
Now this infamous flower only flowers for 5 days- I reckon that this one maybe had another day of life left in it before it shriveled up and died!
The other reason why this flower is so unusual is that is a parasitic plant and gives off a foul smelling odour- The local name for it translates as a Corpse Flower!
See you soon,