Hotel Royal Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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David, one of the easiest blogs of the lot...
Jane woke up, ate breakfast, sunbathed for an hour, puked three times then slept all day, puking another two times.
I woke up, ate breakfast, played with the cat, drank tea with ginger, ate lunch and watched an American born Indian comedian called Russell Peters with Pranav.
... half an hour of chatting to them one guy, told us about his friend in Goa and said he would love to have us as guests. He called his friend there and then who said that he would love to have us and we could use his car, how friendly and kind. I just hope we can fit it in as our train tickets are already booked.
Ketan told us about a nightclub event that was happening and he was presenting. It was a festival that had been ongoing for the weekend, tonight was the ...
... town red when he heard we were going to India.
Pranav advised us to get a taxi for maximum of 2500 rupees. As if we could get anywhere close to that price. Some guy said 3000 rupees but we needed wifi for the address so we said we could come back. Later it turned out he couldn't have taken us anyway as his taxi wasn't allowed out of Mumbai. We walked around with our bags, hot and frustrated. We should have just got up and got the bus as ...
... sauce are completely mixed, and that the chicken is covered. Cover the pot, and leave to simmer whilst you do the vegetables
11. Boil peeled and sliced potatoes until soft. Drain, and return to pan. Add few splashes of milk, a bit of butter, black pepper and nutmeg. Set aside.
12. Steam carrot batons for 3 minutes, then add spinach ...
... side DPP. What actually happened has outdone this, and already made the trip one that I'll never forget.
Whilst Pune may not be your classic DPP location - it has nevertheless been unrivalled with getting to know a wonderful family, and speaking with many of Jijoy's eclectic friends. The food, conversations, and modes of transport threw me right into Indian life which is, I guess, the major draw if travelling. The Ajanta and Ellora caves were simply the cherry on the ...