Please note that this story is purely a work of fiction and any resemblance to any event and/or person living and/or dead is purely coincidental. We do not intend on offending any race, religion or community.
The weather was quite cold and the winds were howling and shaking the branches of the trees. The fog had returned again and hardly anything could be seen clearly.
The girls entered the hotel still thinking about Vivan’s words. They felt worried and stressed.
”Do they have a room booked for us here?” asked Diya.
”I dont know,” said Nisha, “Mr. Das must have arranged it all. Lets speak to Mr. Nishant.”
The girls were finally led to their room. It was actually a well furnished mini apartment meant for the housekeeping staff. Mr. Nishant had told them that they would have to stay here as he could not give them one of the luxurious hotel rooms to stay for free. The girls did feel a little hurt but they were still grateful for having a place to stay in.
The apartment had an antique look and the wooden flooring added to it. It was clean and the furniture had a rustic look.
”So,” said Diya, “shall we get to work now?”
”Yes, for sure,” said Nisha, “for now, lets just work on our dreams. Who knows where the waves of tomorrow will push us? But I believe that God will make a way for us.”
Arjun and Vivan walked into their beautiful room on the second floor. It was adorned with flower vases, wall hangings and dimly lit lanterns.
”This is so worth all our money,” said Arjun sitting down on the couch, “I just love the ambiance of this place. It looks like one of the rooms of the grand old cottage.”
”Lets rest for now,” said Vivan, “we should not feel sleepy while conducting our workshop.”
”I need to study a little more,” said Arjun, “where did you disappear after getting out of the cab?”
”You remember the two ladies we met at the investigation?”
”Those attention seekers?”
”Well Arjun, I would kindly request you to talk with some respect. I had a word with them and they are truly helpful people.”
”I don’t agree with you on this. You better be careful.”