My trip to Mussoorie happened by chance. A friend of mine wanted to attend her school reunion. She studied in a boarding school in Mussoorie. She asked me to accompany her since she had no one to accompany her. I was reluctant to go at first but later seeing her plight, I decided to go with her.
We took a local bus to go to Dehradun which is a drive of 8 hours. We reached Dehradun at midnight. My friend was hesitant to take any private vehicle so late in the night to Mussoorie so we opted to stay in a hotel. As a consequence, we missed the school reunion.
Next day morning we took a sharing car to Mussoorie. Reached there and checked in a hotel, freshened up and headed towards the school. My friend met her school friends and took some pics with them. Her friends were leaving the same day so she was a bit sad. While we decided to stay that day, we went to do shopping in the Tibet market. For the first time we took a trolley ride. I was thrilled by the ride. We also met some of her other classmates. They took us for site seeing. Next day, we came home, in her friend’s car. The entire trip was sponsored by my friend. Thanks to her I travelled to Mussoorie.
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Very short account, being near to Delhi, Mussoorie attracts a lot of tourists. Once you reach the top, its surprising to find a market having photography studios, magician kiosks, food counters, almost feels like as if you are on some high-altitude terrace amid a mela.
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It might prompt you to make another trip. I saw some more drafts and guess they might get richer with more text/information.
Looking fwd to read more.
Hi, thanks for uploading my article here. Sure, I will send you another draft on others.