The return journey was so thrilling and adventurous. The snow was at full flow and the road was extremely slippery. Flurry on the front. Slurry on the road. Amazing combination. I needed to hold the steering so tight and maneuver so that the car stays in tire track of previous vehicle and didnt go into skid. The 4 hrs journey back was so thrilling.
Eventful. The car got stuck in snow. Technically the right wheel was not spinning. We tried different things but it was not moving. It was in some remote village in Austria. Middle of nowhere. So we called our rental service online and got a reply saying help will be available in two hours. The funny thing is we did not have any food except half litre water. One good thing was, the fuel was up to full almost. But then we were just making fun of our situation and having a good time there in the car. Then the help arrived and he got the car ready in few minutes. After some few meters, it again happened but Sam was able to make it ready back again as we learnt a very important lesson
Worth the trip.. Such beauty innsbruck in full snow
Our Indian version of a snowman
Lunch in innsbruck
This is how the path looked. For a very beginner like me, it was completely adventurous, the path, the slope, the snow. But it was also fun
Here I go
An amazing weekend with road trip in all extreme conditions. This write up would have been a pretty normal road trip, but thanks to a lot of factors it turned out to be a very memorable one.
Exactly after two years, Sam and me recreating the road trip that we did back
then. The difference is the role reversal. I am the driver for this.
So we rented car from sixt, (Skoda superb) and started in the morning to hit on the road. Relaxedlyyyyyy... We deserved it, thinking of how the day turned out. This is how the road and car looked when we started
We cleaned up the snow from the car and started to innsbruck. Sam being the expert on road and driving, he chose the way to go there among the few multiple routes that is possible