In our itinerary, we were supposed to visit Londa, one of the accessible cliff graves in Tana Toraja. Here, many local nobles were buried. One would expect to see a large balcony filled with tau tau here; and skeletons and old coffins too in caves which you could get to enter with the help of young village guides armed with kerosene lamps. And here we were, in this village that I initially thought was Londa- We were walking on without a guide, up the path of a limestone hill to little unspectacular bright caves. Nevertheless, there were tau taus to be seen, and somewhere along the way, there were old coffins too , some wreaths here and some crosses there. The coffins looked old and moldy and some were so old that the seams were giving way to reveal the skeletons and skulls inside. The wreaths suggested that perhaps there was a death not too long ago and the crosses most probably meant that the dead were Christians. Wreaths, crosses, and skeletons...would you by any chance, love to have them for your holidays?
Wreaths, crosses, skeletons and skulls...Can you spot them?