MY SHILLONG DIARY

 MY SHILLONG DIARY






Travelling is a pleasure that
everyone loves indulging into breaking away from the monotonous routine of
daily life. Who does not love travelling? To see new places, learm about new
cultures is a joy in itself and who would like to lose the opportunity of
travelling with parents? Last year in the end of September my parents decided
to go to Shillong. We started packing our bags. We booked our railway tickets
and on 27th of September we departed to Guwahati. We arrived at 8 am and went
to our Guest house. We all freshered up ourselves and had breakfast and were
ready for our trip to “The Scotland of the East’ i.e Shillong.Me and my
sister were very much excited. We book a tourist car which was already booked
by my father with the help of one of my uncle who lives in Guwahati.And Wnich
means “The Adobe of Clouds’ and is one of the smallest states in India. ya
ickly our trip had started. Shillong is ahill station in the north eastem part
of India and the capital ofMeg halaya is the our surrounding was changing. We
saw hills, different patterns of buildings.dregeckly first As we were
travelling from Guwahati to Shillong.it was hard to believe how. all one wants
330th most populous city of India with a population of 143,229. style of
people. Clean environment, entrapturing views, calm and smoothing air is all
one uch a beautiful tO freshen up himself or herself. There are various places
to explore in Shillonoa us we went to Umium Lake’. I was just speechless after
seeing that place.Such a beam: for place I have ever seen in my life. My father
click some pictures of that place and of Then we went also. There were hills
all arouund, variouus types of trees. There were also 3-4 boate. to boating bu
as we don’t had much time so we came back to the Elephant Falls and I was just
car.” Then we Wen amazed to see such a huge falis. we headed down the stai
to take a glimpse of the beautiful falls.The view of the water falling from
those diffe levels is absolutely spellbinging.After having some fun there we
came up and went to some shops nearby and bought various things.As it was
getting dark,the driver uncle book us to our hotel. ‘Silver Brook’ which was
booked before we started our trip.We ate our dinner and slept in our room. rent
Next morning we went to Cherrapunji.lt is one of the wettest places on the
plane and the only place in India to receive highest rain throughout the year. Cherrapunji
is also known as the ‘Land of Oranges’. The of Cherrapunji offers us the
stunning views of thin plains of Bangladesh. At first we went to a place where
there was a large falls an beautiful view of Bangladesh. We played with the
water took some pics and then a back to the car. Then we went to ‘Khos Ramhah’
and was amazed to see Shivling w was amazed to see Shivling which was
automatically formed by two stones.We saw Bangladesh perfectly from u that
place.Then we went to see “Seven Sister Falls’ .Next,we headed to an Eco
park.I ne p co park.The par was amazing. We saw different flowers,trees,herbs
and shrubs.Then we went to a went to “Mawsm 11 was slightly fearful was
very much amazing.After the cave we went to see the .It was slightly fea
Calikai Noukalika Falls’. It was also a very beautiful falls.As it was almost 2
pm my mother suggested ested to go to a hotel.We all went to a hotel and had
our lunch. After lunch we went to a place SUBace ang and I was shocked to see
the land there. It was like there was a volcanic erruption in i auntion in the
revious years. There was a huge falls. As the sun was setting down we also
returned to refurned our hotel. We freshened up ourselves, had our dinner and slept.
On third day of our trip, we quickly got ready in the morning and had our
break valleys, small levs. small waterfalls, the clouds etc and the view was
awesome. The road was too good .As we reached As we reached Dawki we all went to
“Umngoi River’ in Indo Bangla border. The er water was just mesmerising.
It was so clear that we were able to see each and every fast and started our
trip to “Dawki’. As we were going to Dawki we saw hills and thing present
under the water. We collected stones from there and did boating. Then we went
to see the “Indo-Bangladesh’ border. Then we headed towards the famous
‘root hridee’ we all see a huge falls and the place where the Umangoi River
started. Many Fishermen sat on big stones and were fishing. We stopped there
for some time and went to our destination. We reached the famous ‘Living Root
Bridge’. We went down and saw a beautiful bridge formed by roots there.



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