Nainital is famous for its beautiful lakes known as Talli tal and Malli tal. It is very eye-pleasing to see such huge amount of water flowing throughout the mall road.
Although, I have been to Nainital twice before as a teenager, but this time I went with my younger brother and my friend. We were excited to go as it was our first trip as siblings together with no parent hahah, I know it may sound crazy but somehow we could'nt enjoy when we are with our parents, they tend to be over-protective which is the story of every Indian parent.
Well, moving on.. the trip lasted for two days and we had our fun moments and will always remain unforgettable.
We started our journey from Delhi, we were very low on budget so we took a bus from Anand Vihar Bus Station with a ticket price of 280Inr each, which was Uttarakhand Roadways.
We picked the bus at 8pm almost, and let me tell you the bus wasn't comfortable at all(considering the price) I was not surprised. We somehow completed the journey with our chit chat and joking around. At 2am, we reached Nainital.
Eventually, our driver said that he cannot take the bus to the bus stand because of some new rules, after a long discussion he did not agree and left us around 3kms outside of the city.
It was cold in the month of February, we three started walking towards the city. We had no idea where we were going. It was kind of adventures and scary too because in hill stations you really don't see anyone around especially that late. There was this one guy who was walking with us who was there on the bus with us, we were actually just following him hahha without thinking much.
After half n hour of walk, we finally saw the lake, it was beautiful, glittering, with the reflection of lights all over, it was shining and the place looked absolutely magical.
There was no noise, it was extremely peaceful and I loved that view. It was mesmerizing.