Dear English-speaking readers, this page is an automatic Google translation from a post originally written in French. My apologies for the weird sentences and the funny mistakes that could have been generated during the process. If you can read French, the original and correct version can be found here:
Alor and Raja Ampat: two distant archipelagos in Indonesia. I am back from it. I reconstructed in video my itinerary ... Total: 13 planes!
My journey in video
I think I have never taken so many planes on a trip. Here is what gives my trip in video, it will be more explicit ... Fasten your belts, we take off!
The summary of the complicated journey I made is as follows:
→ Paris - Dubai - Kuala Lumpur (Emirates) → Kuala Lumpur - Bali (Air Asia) ••• Night in Bali → Bali - Kupang (Garuda) → Kupang - Alor (Trans Nusa) ••• STAY AT ALOR → Alor - Kupang (Trans Nusa) → Kupang - Surabaya - Makassar (Lion Air) ••• Overnight in Makassar → Makassar - Sorong (Sriwijaya Air) ••• STAY IN RAJA AMPAT → Sorong - Makassar (Sriwijaya Air) → Malassar - Kuala Lumpur (Air Asia) ••• Night in Kuala Lumpur → Kuala Lumpur - Dubai - Paris (Emirates)
Alor is part of the small islands of Sunda, with Komodo and Flores (where I had already been in July 2011), and is close to Timor. Raja Ampat (which I discovered in March 2012) is an extension of Papua New Guinea.
Yes I know. I did not give any news of the whole month of July. In fact, I have not managed to blog in "live-live" ... A little lack of time (I spent most of my days diving), a bit because of the slow internet connections.
But I'm going to catch up, now that I'm back from vacation ...