Morning ~7 AM, the bus started to drift towards the tip of the country into the holy place of Rameshwaram. I might not be able to explain the number of emotions that were crossing my mind when I looked at sky blue ocean water shinning under the bright Sun.
After reaching to the bus stop and understanding the places that needs to be covered, I realized that one day in Rameshwaram should suffice. Having no other ticket with me, I checked with locals about how can I visit Kanyakumari from there. There was no bus available on the travel apps, which gave me no choice but to believe locals about mode of transportation (Yeah, I am a bit paranoid when it comes to believing locals without confirmation).
By 10 AM, I freshened up myself and after praying in Ramanathan temple I set off for magnificent Pamban railway bridge. It was truly like gliding over a miraculous glittering water with winds telling you stories of far off places.
By 2 PM I was back to Rameshwaram railway station and using Google maps, I found the garage and Honda Dio on rent. With full throttle, I set off to Dhanushkodi village and the beach point. Being a new rider, I always have a habit of racing the bike and testing it's limits but the road to Dhanushkodi, despite of being straight and without humps, never let that part of me to take over. I was calm and looking around how devastating the nature could be when it comes to it's will. But the remains was truly mesmerizing and in no time, I reached the last slice of the land which was under the name of India.
By around 4 PM, I started for the city again since the place was secluded and there's always a speculation about being around the place in dark. On my way back, I decided to spend some time in the temple at the tip of the pier from the main route. Oh and when I say I am explorer by luck, it is moment like these that proves the point. I was awestruck by the beauty of the sunset over the horizon of my Country land.
By 8 PM I was in my hotel room after dinner with tons of photos and S.U.Es (you can guess this!) setting my backpack for morning ride to Kanyakumari.
Note:These photos has been clicked on Redmi 4 and presented here without any additional filters or editing.