Most travelers who venture to Tomohon, Indonesia, are usually enticed by hiking its two active volcanoes or venturing to visit the infamous macabre meat market.
The market (Pasar Tomohon) sells everyday items such as clothes, household goods, fruits and veggies, not all that unusual. However once you begin wandering around you will quickly come across some quite unique “food” to suit the desires of even the most adventurous carnivores.
Earlier this week I was in a part of Indonesia known as Tana Toraja in Central Sulawesi. The town I was staying in was named Rantepao.
This area of Indonesia is rather remote and tricky to get to which means it doesn’t see nearly the number of tourists that places like Komodo and Bali see. However due to their fascinating funeral ceremonies and burial rituals, tourists and travelers do make a point of making the journey to visit this region.
If you have been following along with the blog, you will have noted that my last round of photos in Cebu, Philippines ended with the destruction of my portable photo printer.
After taking it to Canon Philippines and being told that they would not honor Canon Thailand’s (where I bought the printer) warranty, I had the printer shipped back to a friend in Bangkok and it is currently at Canon’s repair center there being fixed. Long story short without having the portable printer, the project has become a little more challenging and thus the lack of updates.