Sunday, 19 January 2014

Lovely winters and my craze for animal prints ...

HELLO FRIENDS !!

                              How are you all ? Today's Sunday and my whole week was spend either travelling , entertaining guests or celebrating lohri and today i just want to stay home and relax and do some blogging ? So for today i don't have any special plans , would be at home cooking something special in my kitchen for family and in the evening would go for some grocery shopping , may be would go for coffee out while doing so !! So , nothing much for today's Sunday , but last Sunday i had an amazing one day trip to nearby hill station Kasauli known for its wonderful , pleasant and pollution free climate !! I just love this place and its special too as i came here for the first time with my favorite friends during my school days ... Weather here this time in January is quite cool but last Sunday sky was clear enough and you can enjoy long walks here on the upper mall which is quite an experience in itself . My two little favorite girls joined us on the trip (husbands cousins ) we had wonderful time there visiting Manki point  (Hanuman Mandir which is very famous as it is said Lord Hanuman kept his feet on this hill while bringing Sanjeevani for Lord Laxman ) saw an old Anglican Church and walked down to the lower mall which is famous for its local eateries and wooden stuff . Here you will find band samosa which is quite famous and yummy too !! not to miss if you go there !! we missed the Tibetan market which is not held in winters here :(
Anyways we enjoyed the lovely weather here and fresh air , long walks towards sunset point and tasty local delicacies and you can check out some glimpses of this beautiful station that i captured along with my outfit post :)

                                                                     

                                               








Sometimes i am just lost in my own world !! ;)



Pants : Vero Moda 
Top : Van Huesen 
Scarf : Lifestyle 
Handbag : Rocky S
Boots : thrifted