I'm going out on a limb here and saying that working in a corporate is fun(atleast for me). No pressure people. But even though you're having fun with your life but you feel that there's something missing. Something new, something good, something adventurous!
For me this was the time for "something". So I brought up this topic with a colleague of mine and he instantly said yes for the escapade.
I like a perfect balance of planning and rawness in a trip. So I started planning a few details for the trip when my friend suggested let's go on a road trip and I was like , "I don't know how to drive !". He said, don't worry I got it ! So I said okay , let's do it !
We started our journey at 4 in the morning jamming to Radio City FM songs. First pit stop - Murthal for the yum yum in my tum tum !
Tummies bloated , we we're ready to face the drive now .( actually my friend, I just had to lower down the seat and enjoy the drive )
I don't know which Hindu goddess got into my friend after the paranthas but he drove amazingly after that. We just stopped for a few nature breaks on the way and reached Mcleodganj in no time. My friend knew the real time as he was driving all along and was constantly complaining 😂 while I was chilling !
We were about 5-6 kms from mcleodganj when we took our another pit stop. This was a place away from all the hustle and bustle. A quaint little place on the edge of the mountain. We stopped here for a little brunch. FYI you should stop here for some time , bask in the sun and soak in the tranquility of this place.
After this we just checked into our @lavie hostel. This place is in other corner of mcleodganj near bhagsu nag waterfall and reaching here is not less than a trek in itself. We slept off our exhaustion and wandered the streets in the evening waiting for the next day when we had to trek for triund.