(All photos in this entry are captured using Lumix GF3)
Continued from here...
We had been walking for a few hundred meters already and yes we were 'brilliant' for not bringing even a bottle of plain water for ourselves. And now we were extremely thirsty and dehydrated, and the only water we found was in a dried up pond colonized by water lettuces (Pistia stratiotes). Great.
But before we continued our search for water, we stopped at a garden just nearby Jalan Parlimen, hoping to find some wonders...
|Does 'Eutrophication' reflects on this photo?|
|Seriously I don't know the name of this climbing flower. Would someone help me please?|
|Red Button Ginger (Costus woodsonii)|
|Paper Plant (Cyperus papyrus)|
|Wooden pergola with duit-duit (Pyrrosia piloselloides) creeping on it.|
|Waterlily (Nymphaea cultivars) in a euwwww pond|
Sadly, the garden is not very well maintained making the overall look, including the plants and garden furniture, were not really pleasant to look at.
Thus, we continued walking until we saw the signage below, and felt excited about it because it means that water is just nearby!
|A signboard at the junction of Taman Tasik Perdana showing places of interest in Kuala Lumpur|
|A giant Birds' Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus) at Jalan Cenderasari. Just a little bit more....|
|Yes! Finally! Eating place!|