Blue Mormon Jungle Holiday Resort
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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 ...
... was driving, and using the the full power of the 3 litre engine so standing out of the sun roof was a ridiculous idea. I should also have been more careful considering an old school friend died when the car he was in rolled and he was out of the sunroof at the time. We did have a great blast, the highlight being when we passed a police car who gestured at us to get in, then Jinu put her foot down to get away from them weaving in and out the traffic. Thankfully we lived to tell the ...
... with ensuite.
Bit of background to explain how Pranav's family come to have such luxuries as maids. Pranav's father had built his business up from nothing and originally had an accountancy background. The core of their business is buying land however they have also done residential and commercial developments that they rent/sell. Pranav has naturally come into the business with his father after studying business at university.
7. When onion is sauteed add diced chicken, add salt and pepper, then seal (move around until there are no pink bits)
8. Transfer chicken mix to the big pot of white sauce
9. In the (now empty) chicken mix pan, cook off chopped mushrooms and capsicum. Once soft, add to white sauce pot
10. Ensure chicken juices ...
... nearby. His philosophy is very much to help out the little guy - giving money directly to farmers selling their produce, and when all else fails - go to the supermarket.
We were able to get most of the ingredients from the roadside, and went to the supermarket in search of celery, mushrooms, nutmeg, and (optimistically) arborio rice.
They couldn't cater for the first and last, meaning risotto was off the menu. In order to show them a second dish (chicken ...