So on Saturday we were in this Journey to Araku via Ghat road which is the best and pleasant experience as the evening is nearing by the cool breeze and the fresh scenarios around made me feel like heaven
We reached Araku at around 6:00PM and we do not have an accommodation booked earlier as it was a sudden plan, we tried getting room in every other hotel on our way up to the valley but in vain.
Then came this man Naveen (Kittu- famous with this name) who came to our rescue and offered a stay at this very own home which is so sweet of him (of course for money, but see who does this these days). So we went to his home got freshen up kept our luggage there parked our car at his home and then started for a night walk.
All this seemed to be like a flash dream for me as I can never imagine myself staying at some new persons home whom you have never met earlier and he offered a room by his own. With all gut and little weird tensed emotions we went for dinner and night walk on 8th Dec saturday.
It was super cool at night 8PM, we walked on the roads to explore the local street Food. Highlights of this being: Bamboo chicken (250rs/half kg), the Kebab chicken on stick (20rs/stick), Mirchi Bajji (10rs/piece), Ginger Tea and local Coffee (10rs and 15rs each respectively), Bagara rice and chicken fry combo (85rs/plate), Pulka and aloo curry(1ors for each roti and 20rs for unlimited aloo curry) and many other food options available around the streets.
So we roamed till 11PM on the roads exploring the coolness and people in that area and then came back to home and took rest as we were really tired with our drive scenes.
Woke up at 5:30AM and got freshen up and started to Kanjoda Forest and railway bridge near to Araku which is a must visit place there, filled with lot of fog and greenery around. Stayed there for about 2 hrs and started our way back to Araku where we had local break fast which is damn cheap like Idli (3pieces/10rs), Dosa (10rs/plain, any variant 30rs), poori (1ors each) followed by a yummy tea which filled in our tummy to the full.