After freshen up in our rooms we went out for lunch. There were only two dhabas near our lodge. "Mother's Kitchen" was the worst of them with very low quality food highly overpriced, definitely recommend to avoid this one. But as no one has warned us before we became the victims. Anyways after completing our lunch we decided to visit the nearby hills which can be seen from Ghatshila but seems very far. So we asked in a local shop how to get there, he told us to catch a bus and reach Karsing and from there we can explore the hill areas by foot.
So as he suggested we boarded a bus to Karsing, actually we made the whole journey sitting on the roof of the bus, it was a first time for me and quite thrilling, please don't attempt to do it if you are scared of roller coaster, as the road was very wave like and even can make you vomit. The most scenic part of the journey was crossing a bridge above Subarnarekha river, it was just breathtaking. Bus fare was Rs.10/person.
Reaching Karsing we started trekking to the hills. On the way we came across a number of beautiful small streams and water-bodies. You can describe the whole area as a forest grown on the hills. It was so beautiful and wild. Every now and then we had to stop to capture the views and wilderness around us be it the streams flowing downwards with crystal clear water, mysterious looking trees, small water-bodies, wild flowers and birds and the scenic views of the other hills at a distance. After almost 2 and half hours of trekking we reached the hill top. We celebrated our small summit with cheers and spent 10-15 minutes enjoying the views.