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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 ...
... with a Bollywood theme. It sounded brilliant, we had to go.
By 1700 we finished up our drinks and headed next door to a lovely green outdoor bar area with the people we'd met at Arc Asia including the MC and Ashish. Things got silly, the tequila shots started to get dished out. Jane remembers counting nine which explains why, as I write this, she is currently in bed, having already been sick three times and is not feeling well at all.
Pranav tells me that ...
... any non AC cars, whether this was true or not I don't know. It felt like they were just pressuring us into the priciest option. We asked to wait, but they said not possible. We set off to get the bus and they didn't call us back so to save time we turned back and paid for the AC. The price was cheap (for a taxi) anyway in the end, we just got in a rut almost of not wanting to pay more than necessary when most of the way through our trip we had gone for ...
... 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 ...
When we got in, we spent the morning discussing our respective histories and cultures: how religious intolerances affect the society, attitudes towards women, and the rise of UKIP. Not quite sure how that happened, as we were both pretty tired..
After a short rest, I nipped to the local cyber cafe to print off directions to my Mysore hotel, and look at where to spend Christmas. Using the computer felt like a time lapse - with pop-ups, ...