“For my part, travelling isn't always about taking leaves, boarding train or flights, spending nights in hotels or tents. Sometime its just a little push to our routine life to explore nearby and get refreshed. "
When I was shifted to Pune from Noida the biggest fear was that how would i breath Himalaya ahead? Being an all time Himalaya admirer i never wanted to leave north India. But to boost up career and to balance between passion and profession i had to make a move. Indeed it was bomb decision but now i can firmly say it was one of my best move.
When train entered Maharastra weather was cloudy, when it entered Pune station it was raining. My brother was waiting there to pick me up. I asked him to wait till the rain stops. He replied " Welcome to Pune". Then i couldn't figure out the sarcasm in his reply. But indeed it was sarcastic AF. It was raining rimjhim for the whole week and for the whole month and for the next month too. I keep guessing how people dry their clothes here and how people in Cherrapunji survive?
Coming to the office part I was considered fresher here even though i was in same company for 18 months. The so called training period was honeymoon period. No work no shift timings. The first guy i met on my first day is now my partner in crime: Mr Aashish Shukla. Traveling is much fun when you have a partner in crime. Since we have just shifted here leaves wont be granted so we thought why not explore something around Pune? We decided to make a visit to Lonavala as this name strikes first to a new comer in Pune.