The most beautiful walks are those who don't lead us to destinations. Often we are betrayed by the destination. This walk to the Glenfinnan Viaduct is one of such walks without any final destination. On every turn, I felt like it's the end but it turned out to be the starting point to another turn and all these twist and turn made the walk full of surprises.
Tip: I highly recommend to go till the very end of the trail.
In Frame: One of the turn which looked like the end of trail but it wasn't.
After having an exhaustive river rafting in Ganges at Rishikesh, I and my friends went up to the riverside. With feet in the sand and sun on our shoulders, we felt like free men for we had been scrambled by the mighty river in every way possible.
A melodious feminine voice kept us distracted as we clicked some pictures. Being the explorer that I've always been, I went up to the crowd I could see. With my back against the rock and all my ears and eyes on her, I kept observing for as long as I could. Not only was she singing but playing the guitar too. Before I could realise I had lost all track of time and space, I was woken up by the surrounding as the crowd kept disappearing. "Goodbye beautiful" echoed my heart as I inhaled deeply and headed towards the bus with firm and decisive nomadic steps.