One-Day Picnic to Polo Forest
It has been quite a while since we Conceptians had took a break. After all, we have been very busy, catering to our clients, since the past few months. So, this Saturday, we decided to take a much-needed break. All work and no play can make not only Jack, but anyone dull! Therefore, we planned a one-day picnic, which not only included relaxation, but some fun activities as well!
In order to enjoy a day out, we concluded to go to Polo Monument and Vijaynagar Forest. It is an ancient place situated around Harnav river. A really beautiful place, the Polo Forest is the mystery of abandonment and decay. Fortunately, the weather was subtle, so our trip was really pleasant. Tracking, relaxation, fun, and enjoyment… it was truly a spectacular one-day picnic and much-needed break for us Conceptians.
Check out the how we enjoyed our day at this marvelous venue in the Photos to follow:
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