I had quit my job in October 2013, because I was preparing for Civil Services Mains, which was held in December that year.
“Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.”
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I came back from office at 4 A.M. in the Morning. My usual office timing is from 8:30 A.M. in the morning to 6 P.M. in the evening. So I’d worked for 19 hours straight. I had this long weekend in front of me as Thursday to Sunday were Holidays.
Bangalore is known the world as being the IT hub of India. Most loved for its awesome weather, effervescent culture, strong literary mindset, innumerable drinking spots and an unending list of descriptors make this South India’s most “happening” city.
My trip also had a spiritual side to it and after visiting the Holy Valley I went to Hemkund Sahib the next day. It is situated at an elevation of 15000 feet above sea level.
It had been a very long time since I took my motorcycle for a ride out of town. It always feels good to go to a new place and I had been wanting to see the fort at Chitradurga for some time.
A road trip is one of the most fulfilling things that you can do for relaxation and plan a vacation. Long trips give you a good view of the place you are in, and they also serve as a good bonding time with your friends and family.