By the way, these "Eating Heroes" are the ones who have been loudly blowing their trumpets to the number of places they have travelled, let one in India. Sadly though, their sense and sensibility didn't knock common sense to - when you are constantly journeying up and down, via the high and low notes of the valleys and mountains, which causes jerking and bouncing? Food in tummy will obviously bounce up and down, plus, you can't avoid muscle soreness and nausea.
These supposedly "Guinness World Record" holders in travelling, suffice to say, were treated at the doctors. Whereas, the rest of us idling our time at the roadside. Honestly, I was agitated. Ahhh! Then again, logically, sympathy is expected out of you, when you are in a tour alongside the "Plus Size" older generation. Now, due to the "doctor, doctor, please treat me" situation, there were no stops in between. Thank god, since it was this part of India's nature zone, nature kept unfolding on both sides of the road. Between all the nature sceneries, Beas River captivated my soul the most. Running at its comfort through the northern states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab, and already marking its presence as easternmost border of Alexander the Great's conquests in 326 BCE. Rising at an elevation of 4,361 meters, Beas River's origin can be tracked back to Beas Kund. Stunning! Emerald green water, against the backdrop of mountains and valleys backdrop, My-My! I couldn't let go. I kept looking at Bea River till as far as my eyesight could behold.