Le terminal de la compagnie Litha, à Makassar, d'où partent les bus pour le pays Toraja.
The Toraja country, it deserves! From Manado (north Sulawesi), you must first reach Makassar in the south, an hour and a half by plane. Then it's 8-10 hours by bus to Rantepao.
Un Airbus de la compagnie lowcost malaisienne AirAsia, à l'aéroport LCCT de Kuala Lumpur.
This is probably the company I have taken most often, with all my journeys in Southeast Asia! In this month of October 2009, Air Asia, the Malaysian lowcost, has just filed an application for authorization to practice in France.
Coucher de soleil sur la mer de Célèbes, au large de Bornéo (juillet 2009, Indonésie).
I like this Anglo-Saxon expression. Overseas: literally "across the seas, overseas". Understand: "elsewhere, abroad" ....
Tableau des vols à la gare TGV de l'aéroport Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle.
I'm going to leave. At the end of June, I flew again towards the Orient. It was enough for me to receive the e-ticket in my mailbox to feel myself grow wings.
I suck in teasing and self-promotion! I should have talked about it earlier: yesterday, in Sunday Ouest-France, two of my articles appeared, inspired by journeys I have already told you about, in the Dominican Republic and Bali.
The continuation of my trip to Sulawesi !!! It is Saturday July 14, 2007. Departure from Rantepao, in the heart of the Toraja country at 7am, under a bright sun. Arriving twelve hours later, at night, in pouring rain, at Siuri Beach Cottages, on the west shore of the immense Poso Lake.
Ariane, la librairie du voyage
The photos from the previous trip have not yet been sorted out, and I am already thinking about the next one ... And to think about it better, I have already returned for a quick tour of my favorite bookstore in Rennes: Ariane, the travel bookstore.
Dans les rues de Kuala Lumpur, impossible d'échapper aux panneaux publicitaires géants. (Malaisie, février 2006)
History of killing time while waiting for the big departure, I test the posting of a blog. Takeoff on Friday June 23, 2006: D-89 ... It is not so far away!