I love blue flowers especially hygrangea.
Unfortunately there was none available anywhere in the nurseries.
So when I saw these delicate and beautiful blue flowers right under my nose, I grabbed the opportunity to get as many pictures as I can :)
Commonly known as Blue Sky Vine, it is scientifically named "Thunbergia Grandiflora".
This vines are natives of South Africa, India and Asia.
Shaped like a trumpet, its lavender color changes to sky blue color from time to time.
This plant is an aggressive climber, so no way I can have it in my garden which is by the window :)
The first peek :)
Somehow it reminds me of a baby butterfly coming out from its cocoon.
While I was busy getting the right angles and view for the picture, I saw a bee flew straight inside one of the bloom.
Never had the chance to take a photo of a bee before so can't miss this one!
Busy bee sucking every drop of nectar there is...not bothered at all with me going up close.
This is a shot when the flower looked so lavender-ly sweet.
All pictures were taken at the Grand Lexis Hotel in Port Dickson.
You see, my family made a last minute plan to spend some time by the beach last weekend.
Most of the hotels were fully booked so we have to make do with what was available.
Not knowing that the hotel is situated next to an oil refinery plant, (see picture below at the background) our rooms, which stood on concrete stilts over the sea, are equipped with a private swimming pool each.
But these 'water babies' never seem to get enough...
Despite having our own pool at home.
Well , at the end of the day, the kids had fun.
We adults missed the splashing of seawater on each other and walking barefooted in the soft sand.
Getting the feet buried in the fine sand with each step is truly a luxury feeling...
If you ask me, I will not go back to this place although it is a luxury resort 'by' the sea.
Have a great week everyone!!!