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Tripoto

I know I am alive but how to know what life is, the answer to this came from the trip in this chilly weather.

Day1 : Mallroad
When we reached shimla from delhi it was already raining there. Aah!! we expected snow tough. First thing we bought was an umbrella and yes ofcourse the thick wollen gloves. Since it was all boys trip we didn't do any advance hotel booking, as we were ready to explore and bargain tough the rain created some issues yet we got a good deal in a hotel. We immediately changed our wet clothes and went out to roam atound the mallroad. It was much convenient to stay warm and cozy in the blankets but who needs convenience when you are determined. With umbrella caps jackets gloves and boots with went out with our hearts open into the cold. And trust me every view was breathtakingly awesome. We were constatnly having hot tea and coffee. walking through the street is itself a pleasure in such a picturesque place.
At night since every palce was freezing we went to watch a movie.

Day 2 kufri and Naldehra
we booked a cab for 1300 for 4 people fia a day and first went to kufri. All our wush was garnted as the view was whitening wid the snow all around. We stopped our cab at different spots to soak in all the beauty. Then we went sking and ice boating which around 1k for one.After having lunch we went up to Naldhera it was scenic too. We took horse ride to the golf course and that feeling of riding the horse in the green forest at the top of mountain can't be described in words.

Every palce you go, leaves a part of itself in you, sometimes you realize and sometimes you don't.

Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Abhishek Singh
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