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... we just have to chill out, it's not a bad thing. I don't think we could have handled a third night of partying with Pranav and Jinal.
In the evening Pranav's parents arrived back from a wedding so we all had tea together, even Jane made it. It was lovely to meet and stay with such a welcoming Indian family. We had had a lovely ...
... on a large lot of land. Business is clearly going well for Pranav and his family considering the house includes a large gym, indoor cinema, walk in wardrobes in every room and a server room. He also pointed out where they are planning on building the swimming pool. As well as large showers in each ensuite bathroom there was also a screened outside area, so that they can take a rain shower. Pranav pointed out what would be our spare room when we next visited, even the ...
... The views of the town below were pretty cool. Pranav of course knew the DJ so we were given a tour. It was certainly a classy establishment, much trendier than the Hudders Camel we were used to. (but we don't half miss that place). We taught Pranav and Jinal a few drinking games before the dancing got underway. The music was ace, perfect for the Milman lunacy!
We can't remember much more, but we know in our inners it was a blooming good ...
... cauliflower cheese.
Riya quickly got the hang of the core concepts, and was already thinking up variations for next time.
For those who'd like to follow along, here's how we did it.
1. Melt 50g of butter in a pan
2. Add 50g of (wheat) flour until it resembles shortbread crumbs
3. Add a ...
... local dialect) which was quite an experience, had a very competitive Easter Egg Hunt and then enjoyed the most incredible feast for lunch. After a very relaxing weekend we headed to Pune for six weeks of volunteering at Deep Griha Society (DGS) where we arrived to see a camel casually hanging outside our volunteer accommodation. DGS began in 1975 providing health care to slum residents and has now expanded to work with three slum communities, Tadiwala Road, ...