Two and a half days stay in kaza made me feel like I belong to that place. It might be a sugarcoated sentence but yeah! I literally fell for kaza, Spiti.... That peaceful place.
After exploring kaza we went to see chandratal the moon lake. and from there we traveled through one of the dangerous roads in the world. Which comes in Chandratal to Manali route. Kaza to Chandratal journey was also unforgettable. Cause here we 11 wanderers, who doesn't even know each other's name, were traveling like a single group. It felt so good that wandering community don't ask for your profession of anything. It just tests your passion for traveling and exploring. Even in kaza I saw many foreigners who greet us, shook hands with us and wished us for a better journey.after watching mesmerizing Chandratal lake we headed towards Manali. before that we took a halt in batal. actually it was a lunch break, where everyone1s near and dear chacha and chachi fullfilled our hunger with plate full of steaming rice and rajma daal. and this was an alarm to remind me that trip is about to end in few hours. For next few seconds I was just stayed quiet, cause I don't wanted to leave that place. But as someone says, you have to move on.... Cause something better is waiting for you. And we moved on.
After reaching Manali, we were in completely different world. A bit crowded place where families and newly weds couples were roaming around. Everyone was having fun everyone was enjoying that Manali trans. There we visited few more monestries and hadimba temple. As compare to new Manali I would go for old one. Peaceful and bit away from hustle bustle.
That's it, Manali was our exit point from that beautiful place. We headed towards Delhi from a bus. That runs overnight from Manali. It was Approximately 15 hours journey runing by the river side. I just can't afford to miss that so most part of that journey I didn't even sleep. Ha there are some exceptions.
Himachal Pradesh road transport bus dropped us at Kashmiri gate, From where we went to hunt some of the Delhi places. And around 4 PM we boarded a train, from Nizamuddin. I can't even express that moment, cause tears were just dropping from corner of my eyelashes, I tried to hide them but I was unable to do so. Finally I went to the door, from where I spotted that things are going far away from us and again city of dreams was waiting for us to manage some new challenges. I wiped my tears and promised myself that I'll be back soon on the same route... Or might be some other route... Till then I'm happy that my #Spitiful_Experience is with me....