I then continued my walk and reached the point from where we started. I heard prayer flags motivate me with their flapping, as if they were saying 'You can be everything you want, just have faith in your dreams and actions.'
Sun had bid farewell with a promise of waking us up with its rays the next day and we got back to our car. It is not allowed to camp anywhere near the lake, not even where cars are parked, so we went to the camp site.We had our tents but we had no equipment to cook our food. We could have managed with fruit cakes and dry food but Driver bhaia was to be provided with dinner so we asked some caretaker of their respective tents if we could pitch our tents on their land and if they can serve dinner to us. All rejected our plea except a newly set up Camp. They served us with sizzling Dal Chawal and even gave us blankets so we could keep ourselves warm as the temperature almost dropped down to -2 degree Celsius.
The weather wasn't in our favor that night. Clouds all over the sky not letting us gaze at the fascinating galaxies. After having dinner, we pitched our tents in the most difficult conditions of this trip; reason being the strong winds and rain shower. We six people jumped into a 2 person tent and played UNO, how crazy is that? It was a hell fun night!
Finally after 2 hours of UNO, we fell asleep in our respective tents. At around 5am, when sun rays knocked on my eyelids, I realized it is all ending too quickly for me to grasp. But good things weren't over yet. As I unzipped my tent, I saw wild horses grazing and running across the green field with snow covered mountains in their backdrop. That is one thing I will never forget. Never.