A Memorable Trip to Mystical Nongriat
[Drones Eye] Magical Nongriat, a dreamy village in East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya
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A walk with Nature to the Double Decker Bridge - Sohra
Mesmerising North- East
We woke up and got ready for checkout as we had the Double-Decker root bridge on our must-see list today.We went from Shillong to the starting point of the trek to the Double-Decker in the Tyrna village.The trek consists of 4 km distance including about 7,500 steps (the journey on the 2nd half takes a toll on your calf muscles for the next 2 days).The road downwards to the bridge has 2 villages at intervals,& the people are very helpful.There are numerous places to halt & take a break,with local setups providing you water/lemon juice/frooti/chips,etc to keep you going.The believe me,the whole journey & the pain in legs for next 2 days are nothing compared to the beauty which you encounter upon reaching the bridge.The surrounding environment completely takes your mind in a natural unworldly beautiful place.Every bit of the are which your eyes can search for,is full of mesmerising beauty.If you start early,you can reach there before other fellow tourists & can soak in the serene & calm beauty of nature.Its also amazing how close & intricate relationship between man & nature,which is is really rare to find in such a scale.Well,when we came up,it took more time going down,for obvious reasons,we only wanted to rest our legs and so checked in our hotel....