Sometimes in life, your dreams begin to run amok on the ground of reality and before you know it, the entire drama ceases in front of your eyes and memory is what is left behind to cherrish the whole escapade. An essence of my four day trip to Dharamshala that set foot on 24th of december with 2 other wild souls, together we were running against time to catch our bus that was scheduled to leave at 8:10 pm from kasmiri gate ISBT. After a long not so sought after struggle we finally were able to catch our bus just in time, panting hard with a desire to just dive in our seats and enjoy our 10-12 hours long journey. At around 10 in the night the bus took a halt in panipat of about 40-45 minutes, hungry as we were because of our earlier spat with time we jumped out of the bus in order to look around for some dinner options. After having a nice meal at a south indian restaurant, that was located within the complex where our bus was parked, our journey began again as we left panipat to move ahead.
The journey was quite tumultuous one as we scaled the hill along its twisty roads, which could be a problem for you if you face issues while climbing hill in a vehicle and thus it would be good for you if you carry your medicines along with some paper bags for vomiting, although the later is provided in the bus too. Thankfully none of us had to face that problem and at around 6:30 in the morning we had reached our destination, tired but filled with excitement to check out what was in store for us.