With the sky looking ominous over Sumatra, I bounced on my toes at Parapat Bus Terminal. It was a foolhardy attempt to regain some feeling in my extremities. I was increasingly concerned a deserted bus station wasn’t the ideal place to start my voyage down the Trans-Sumatran Highway to Bukittinggi.
As one of Indonesia’s few remaining off-the-beaten-path destinations Sumba offers many undiscovered gems, with Weekuri lake being one of the most enticing. Part of its appeal lies in the sheer difficulty of finding it. Sumba is not an easy island to travel; tourism infrastructure is minimal, as is the use