Continuing the journey to the north Talaga, about an hour sea trip using speedboats, came in Dongkala which is the capital of East Kabaena district. This area has been entered into the territory of the district administration Kasipute Bombana with its capital located in the mainland island of Sulawesi. The city is included in the travel lane route ferry crossings with Bau-Bau - Dongkala - Mawasangka (Mona Island).
Dongkala situated in a bay protected by two islands at the mouth so that when the east wind season is not until the high waves swept the coast. The water here is clear blue with a basic white sand and green seaweed scattered everywhere, very lovely mid-day when the sun to penetrate the base. On the north side, there are dozens of homes Bajo tribe is very famous for their reliability as a master fisherman in the sea.
Remove Dongkala, we headed west down the rocky dirt road. Along the way will be treated to views of the village a nice, pages are clean and well ordered home. In the middle Kabaena, we will see many villages whose inhabitants are descended from a tribe believed to Tolaki mainland Sulawesi.
Not surprisingly, this same route, we will meet the villagers that the average white, straight hair and flawless sweet. The atmosphere in these villages feel much different until as if we are not being passed through the area of Southeast Sulawesi because of differences in expression on the faces of the residents. Unlike residents in coastal areas Kabaena the main livelihood as fishermen, in the middle of the average population Kabaena gardening cashew juice or sugar as a source of livelihood.
Some residents Kabaena also earns a meager living as a migrant worker who is not surprising that sometimes we will meet local residents who spoke in Malay accent is thick because it has been years in the neighboring country. Approximately half an hour from Dongkala, we began to pass through the foot hills Sambapolulu. The highest peak in this Kabaena has a height of 1570 m and almost every time a cloud covered peak.