Sudhan Gali (part 2)
There was only one camp of the nomads who greeted us with tea and told us about their customs and way of living life in the peak of Ganga Choti⛰
Along with one of my friends I hiked further towards the edge of Ganga Choti and after a hike of 15 to 20 minutes we were near the top of Ganga Choti the ecstatic view and the fresh air cant be explain in words. I silently laid down there and stared at cloudy sky and felt the inner peace I was searching for so long.😊
We left back for hotel around 5.30 pm and again an enjoyable ride in jeep as the road was under construction hence we were falling here and there in jeep.😉
We took one hour rest in Benazir Palace🏠 and then decided to drive to the local bazar hardly 5 minutes away from the hotel and had dinner.
As we were hell tired we decided to say good night to each other and promised to wake up early in the morning to explore more🎩
Next day we checked out of the hotel and move towards Chikaar, I must say Chikaar village is even more green and beautiful🌲 as we were heading towards the famous Zalzala Lake🌼 we offered lift to a lady who was waiting for a local bus to reach at nearby hospital with her baby. She told me that she lives in Islamabad and this place is her village where she visits oftenly.
After dropping her we headed towards Zalzala Lake and clicked few pictures there.
On our way to Muzafarabad we had a chance to play with a heavily flowing river which was even more refreshing.🌹🌹🌹
Then we decided not to take any more stops and to arrive at the tomb of Saheeli Buzarg at Muzafarabad..(continued)
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