We woke up and were awed by the beauty of the place that surrounded us. We had quickly got ready and headed for the trek we had planned. Before we reached Visapur, the village in Lonavala, we ate vadapav in a small shop. There we were with tiny rucksack bags with chips packets on our backs,standing before a hill, trying to comprehend it's unfathomable beauty and slowly started the trek, we walked through high slopes, rocks, trees, all the places we never thought we would ever walk through. There were water falls flowing through the hill, we walked through them and again exclaimed at the freshness which the water had. I personally feel that, hill trekking let's us know more about our innerself. It requires a great control on our body to walk through such slopes which makes us realize that we are capable of maintaining contact with our centre of gravity, the belly button. We always hate our body, but it always helps us. It does whatever our mind asks us to do. You decide that you have to walk up to the top of the hill, it takes you. It takes you happily. And then, we reached the tranquil space; the flat surface of the hill, and were spellbound by the incredible freshness of the air. The breeze, that went through the hair, the clouds that touched the skin, the godliness that was in the pure air, we felt everything. And then we started our journey downwards the hill, reached the village, had food in a villager's home, simple Dall -chaval, roti-sabji. I have to mention that you shouldn't forget to hire a guide when you trek on an odd day. Generally, you will have many people trekking with you on weekends but we trekked on Monday, so we hired a guide. And then we reached our room and took rest for some time. Headed to Pune airport where we had our flights booked.
That's how it ended. An experience to cherish :)