I woke up at 8:30am and started packing. I was interrupted by Gaurav (he had become somewhat like an acquaintance). We smoked up a joint together and then my girlfriends joined and then we lit up two more.We decided to eat first and then get ready. It was checkout day for us so we did not waste time.Everyone wanted loads of pictures at the resort so even though everyone was ready we wasted an hour in photoshooting.A few group photographs were taken and our bags were loaded into the Traveller. We left for Chaini Fort. I had read a little about it, and it was restricted for girls/females to enter the fort. Also, it was more of a temple tower rather than a fort.
On reaching touchbase we fed ourselves some 'pahadi maggie' and walked back to our resort. An hour later of refreshment we found ourselves enjoying a bonfire with some whiskey/rum/vodka and loads of chakna!Travel triangle will arrange the bonfire for you as many times as you want (we fired a bonfire thrice the very first day!), But the hard drinks are our own responsibility. You can find a liquor shop near the resort, so either you can buy from there or carry liquor all the way from your home (we were carrying our own liquor from Delhi).The bonfire was so much fun because of the architectural aspects of the resort. River flowing beneath you, fire lit on the portico, stars gazing upon you, hills wrapped around like a blanket and glasses clinging with happiness was the most perfect closure to this day.Oh! I almost forgot to mention that the dinner they serve is foodgasmic! We were served - chicken, paneer, rice, roti and some hot chocolate custard. Eat as much as you want because its a buffay and do over eat and overwhelm yourselves because you will have a foodgasm!!Day2 was done and dusted and we had the most soundless sleep since we are all very tired.