The day started with a bright smile. Through the woods, we reached to a dreamy natural paradise. It has a touch of British colonial rule in India. Old offices and houses talk a lot about the past. At the entrance, Labors were doing irrigation to their tea plants. The turning was amazing.
As we crossed the dry river on foot, a beautiful blue Bhutan hill was standing there to welcome us with its open arms. The golden sunlight on it was providing a pure and positive energy. Birds were creating their own tune. Light breeze touched us to be freed. Flowers were dancing to the beats of that tune. A new tune made by nature.
An old man told his story about elephant encounters, He smiled, flashing his wrinkles and told “you may see them too”. Cute home was decorated with flowers. Some are known and some unknown. It was like a painting in real life.
Next day, we took the forest path. A slow walk through forest with the songs of birds and breeze. The forest once was human habitat. A sudden flood made it a wildlife living place now. Leopards, elephants do live here. Don’t worry, they don’t come during sunlight. Evening is their time.
We slowly reach to the other part of the river. Stones and little water were enough to be beautiful during spring. It had a very mild flow of water, which was normal in temperature. Somewhere from the hill the water came and created this river and this amazing river bed.
The evening is like an expensive painting painted by trees on the blue canvas. Kids were playing around. People were walking and enjoying the amazing painting of nature. I was walking and walking to stay in that painting for the longer I can.