Later in the night, we went out for dinner at Mcllo Restro & Bar. The restaurant is a three storied property serving delicious food along with a chilled out vibe in the heart of McLeod Ganj market. We had Chicken Lasagna & Chicken Lollipops along with beer. After our hearty meal, we walked our way to Bhagsu Nag and ditched the autos this time. It took us around 20-25 minutes to walk from there.
After dinner we went back to our room at 11PM where we planned for our next day.15th April:After breakfast at Roof Top Cafe of Pink House, we checked out from the hotel. Our guide was ready to take us for trekking. We left our luggage at hotel and started our trek from the hotel itself. Our guide told us there are two options for trek. If you want to take 9 KM trek, you have to start from the center of McLeod (i.e. McLlo restaurent) and if you want to take only 5 KMs trek then you can hire a taxi for RS. 500 from McLeod to Gallu Devi Temple and from there you can start your trekking. We chose to 9 KMs trek and at 10 AM I started my long awaited trek to Triund.At very beginning it was very tough for me to trek and I was afraid with the thought that how will i complete 9 KM. But when you decide that you will do it, it become more easier to do.There I saw a lot of people doing trekking with us, some as groups, some individuals and lot of foreigner groups with their guides smiling, clicking pictures and enjoying.This made me more motivate to keep moving. As I was doing trekking for the first time, it was a bit tiring but the weather and beautiful view inspired me to move. One side is the valley and other side are mountains.
Ahead form here I reached the main square of Mcleodganj decided to take a hault to sip over few beers. Mcllo Bar and Restaurant is one of the oldest and the best café in this city. Highly recommended for its ambience and food. Lots of celebrities and Cricketers have visited this place shows from the posters hung on the walls of café. You get a panoramic view of the city from rooftop. In short, loved the place and it’s a must visit!!!