I met Priyanka and Shruti. Priyanka sketches and Shruti photographes :P I mean she is a photographer. Soon, I was the one who was the talkative one. Actually, I have a habit of making the other person comfortable so that I can get comfortable. It is bit tricky but yes that is the thing. Priyanka on the left, My face looks weird and Shruti on the right
During the night, Shruti woke me up, we had entered the hilly area, and we witnessed the huge forest fires. It was so horrifying and heart-breaking to see speechless trees burning down.
Next morning we reached Manali, we took a cab to Jagatsukh, a village 30 mins from Manali.
I came to know I have to live in a dormitory. Oh, shit ???? Don't judge me plz! M not a papa ki pari kinda girl, I have lived in worst of a hostel or it was us roomies who made it so. But I am a grown up now I prefer privacy, (says the socially awkward me again)
Friday, 11 AM
We gathered in The Lost Tribe's common area for our free breakfast and the introduction part.
There were around 30 artists, some budding- singers, musicians, poets, and yes mostly painters. I don't know why but I have this weird thing in my mind that artist=painter and there it proved me right.
The day was full of activities. Wo chodo, Breakfast is Important. I scanned, I double scanned, I triple scanned the menu of 10 items. I ordered Parantha. No matter how many faces who make at home seeing parantha. When you are out, you will order parantha only.
We were a group of 3- Shruti, Priyanka and I, we thought we will share it, so I made sure one parantha is getting ordered now it was my time to experiment. The order taking guy recommended their specialty 'chocolate bomb'. It was not having chocolate on the top but inside was brimming with chocolate and am not a huge fan of chocs so it was too much of it for me. But it will be a dream come true for a choco-lover. The parantha was so scrumptious.