A day in the Queen of Hills: Shimla

Gargi Mishra 17-02-2020 10:57 AM Soul Journey

Shimla has always been at the top of my travelling list. Growing up, knowing the fact that the city is known as the ‘Queen of Hills’, I always thought of visiting the place to see the sky-high mountains and snow-capped peaks. 

 It was when I started working in Greater Noida, and became financially stable enough to plan a trip, I started calling my friends. Almost everyone refused to go on a trip in the coming one or two months. Some had just arrived from a trip last month and now had financial issues, while some had finances but were struggling to get a leave again. How difficult it is for a group of 4-5 people to go somewhere together even for 2-3 days. After a few days of struggle, I lost hope and went back to focus on my work.

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