Trekking back from serolsar lake after just 5 five hrs of sleep in last 2 days was a bigger task than expected. The journey towards the lake was downhill for most of the part and it was easy a hell. We spent max time we could at the lake which was covered with clouds. Just staring at the beauty of the lake which was situated 3500 mts above sea level. But we didnt realize that it will be tougher while returning. When we were half way thrugh while returning everyone needed some motivation to complete the trek as it was getting harder for everyone. And this sunset was my motivation. This was the most beautiful sunset i ever saw, standing at the hill top surrounded by clouds, mountains and the red sky. Just wanted to sit there and stare at that beauty for life long, wanted the time to stand still at that moment. But it was not possible so had to rush back as it was getting dark. But that sunset will be stuck in front of my eyes forever. No camera can capture that beauty.
Tonight I am back in Varanasi but reminiscing (read: casually drooling) about South India, diversity, and giving zero fucks about food politics. 💪🍖👌🤤 I'll be back for more chops, Bob. Your beaf was 💯
Headphones Recommended!! What can you see in a minute while living in a metro city like Delhi? This video shows the glimpse of my rough! From chasing Blizzards to Sunsets, In a nutshell ! An anecdote from my recent trails of Churdhar peak and Naag Tibba