A Unexpected Trip To Mussoorie from Delhi In this Pandemic | Part 2
15 Oct 2020

A Unexpected Trip To Mussoorie from Delhi In this Pandemic | Part 2

Post by Tejasv Sharma

A Trip to Mussoorie From Delhi in 2020

What will be the feeling if you are a traveller and love to explore places and due to coronavirus you cannot go out of the house, sometimes home haunts like jail but what to do. One day, if your friends come to your house and make an unexpected plan with you, this is not less than a magic.
Amazing people who are reading my travel story, if you have not read the Part 1 of this story, then I request you to first read the Part- 1 to connect with the story and relate with your story.

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How Dehradun welcomes us?

A journey to Mussoorie with no expectations has started from Delhi at 5 in the morning. We were bang on the plan, crossing cities, towns, villages and reached Dehradun. It was around 10:30 in the morning, we were on the road of Dehradun and some guy on a bike came from the side and tried to say something.
We stopped the car at the side of the road and figured out that one of the tyres got punctured. Moreover, not even punctured but the rim cuts the rubber of tyre like we were driving the car in puncture since long.

First, we searched for the mechanic but couldn’t find any. Without wasting any time and was badly hungry since morning we started changing the tyre.
As cousin and jijaji were waiting at the Dhaba we were trying to quickly change the tyre. After half an hour of hard work, we changed the tyre and rushed for breakfast.

The name of the dhaba is quite different ‘ Uss the Dhaba’ restaurant in Dehradun. The food was good and they have the maintained decent hygiene level and sanitization in the restaurant.

Exploring Shiva Temple- Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple

While having food we decided to visit Shiva temple before reaching to the Mussoorie. The temple of Lord Shiva is very famous in Dehradun and special place for pilgrims.

The special thing of this temple is that this temple is in a cave and drops of water continuous fall on the top of Shivling from the rocky roof.
The experience of the temple is divine. After taking the blessings we were out for a place we have to visit. The time was around 12 and we left Dehradun for Mussoorie.

The amazing journey to Mussoorie, what we ate? how was the crowd? Is it safe to travel right now? At last how was my experience with this beautiful hill station, I’m going to tell you in my next part of the story.

Till then wait, something amazing is going to come with lots of fun and adventure.

Stay Safe, JAI HIND??

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