For the first time in my life, not googling about a place has paid off
It was during one of our tea breaks, someone in the group popped in the idea of going to Rosemala that weekend. Though none of us knew much about the place, the fact that the place was just 100 kms away and none of us had anything better to do in the weekend, we all readily agreed.
It was when we were gearing up for the trip early in the morning I realised that I had no clue on what to expect from our destination. I am someone who googles anything and everything, but this I had forgotten to. As I was already late, I put on my jacket and hoped for the best.
As John rode his bike through, I sat comfortably as his pillion. The road was familiar to us till we reached Thenmala. Small roads and occasional traffic were expected and didn't bother us much.
But when the tarred road ended and a muddy one started, we were thrilled. The dirt road meandered through a small forest and it was no less than a challenge to ride bikes through them. There was a high chance that the bikes would skid in the mud, but as we all had proper riding gear on, it didn't concern us.