Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba
After having breakfast at Little Italy, we started our return journey to Delhi, bidding goodbye to the mighty Himalayas with a heavy heart and unforgettable memories of a crazy trip. The day was tiring but the level of excitement was not supposed to fade away so, at 12:00 midnight, we decided to take a break at the famous dhaba, Amrik Sukhdev at Murthal for dinner. Being a Mumbaikar, I have always found famous places crowded all night long in Mumbai but the crowd at this dhaba was crazy. I had never expected a place closer to Delhi to be so crowded at wee hours in the night. So, we quickly wrapped up our dinner and rushed to the airport as I had to catch flight at 3 am.Getting down at the airport was the most difficult part emotionally, as we were all going to be scattered again for an indefinite period of time. Bidding each other goodbye and making promises of meeting again, we all headed back to our respective cities.This travelogue was originally published on my website: nomadicmeteor.wordpress.com
Gali Number 1A
Our journey started from New Delhi, we reached metro station at 7:30 pm to reach New Delhi railway station. Metro route was the fastest and easy option to reach our destination without city traffic. Train departure time was 8:40 pm. Travel time from Tilak nagar metro station to New Delhi railway station was 31 min With one stoppage. We board our Jimmu Rajdhani express at 8:20 pm.