There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, there is a rapture in the lonely shore, there is a society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; i love not the Man less, but Nature more.
I am a small town boy, where generally travel is considered as a luxury not part of life, if you tell your parents that you want to travel to x place they will say that do it after you start earning, not while you study. Therefore, i had not traveled much but only to few religious places. I always had a fascination for mountains, may be its because i have never been to many. The concept of solo travelling in India is not alien but new, there are lots of things people tell when you travel solo like you should take someone with you or it is not safe, etc. But there are numerous advantages if you prefer to travel solo like you can meet new people and listen to their stories and experiences which sometimes you miss out if you travel with group of friends, you will be making your decisions all by yourself without any outside influence that will make you stronger and less dependent as you can do whatever you want, you can go wherever you want and the most important of all you will see the nature in a more observant manner and may be you will fall in love with it.
Therefore, I decided to the travel to Himachal Pradesh. Then there was a question that where in Himachal? , so i researched a bit and decided that, i should start with Kasol. I wanted my trip to be full of adventures and surprises, so i decided to not book anything in advance such as Hotels, Buses and other things. The basic idea was, i will travel until i run out of the cash( i had only ten thousand rupees in my pocket).
Reaching Kasol via Bhuntar