The terminal of the company Litha, in Makassar, from where the buses leave for the country Toraja.
The country Toraja, it deserves! From Manado (North Sulawesi), you must first reach Makassar to the south, an hour and a half by plane. Then it's 8 to 10 hours bus ride to Rantepao.
An Airbus from the Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia, at LCCT airport in Kuala Lumpur.
This is probably the company that I took most often, with all my travels in Southeast Asia! In October 2009, Air Asia, the Malaysian lowcost, has just filed an application for authorization to practice in France.
Sunset over the Celebes Sea, off Borneo (July 2009, Indonesia).
I like this expression Anglo-Saxon. Overseas: literally "beyond the seas, overseas". Understand: "elsewhere, abroad" ....
Chart of flights to the TGV station of Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport.
I will leave again. At the end of June, I fly again towards the Orient. It was enough for me to receive the e-ticket on my mail to feel wings.
The rest of my trip to Sulawesi !!! We are Saturday, July 14, 2007. Departure from Rantepao, in the heart of the country Toraja at 7am, under a bright sun. Arriving twelve hours later, at night, in heavy rain, at Siuri Beach Cottages, on the west bank of the huge Poso Lake.
Ariane, the travel bookstore
The photos of the previous trip are not yet sorted, I'm thinking about the next ... And to think better, I've already returned to a little tour in my favorite bookstore in Rennes: Ariane, the travel bookstore.
In the streets of Kuala Lumpur, you can not escape the giant billboards. (Malaysia, February 2006)
To kill time while waiting for the big departure, I test the posting of a blog. Takeoff Friday, June 23, 2006: J-89 ... It's not so far!