Le Meridien Pune
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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.
I am writing today's entry with great difficulty owing to the fact I can't remember it too clearly.
Pranav gave us a shout at 1000 for breakfast. Omelettes, bread and curry pasties.
We went for a drive around Pune and to see Pranav's new house that was still under construction. Like his current house it was in a gated community however this was more rural, sited on hills overlooking the city. The house itself was quite large ...
... 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 ...
One of the things I've always liked doing is learning recipes from other people, and sharing ones of my own. Staying with Riya and Jijoy was a great opportunity, in part because Riya is such a skilled and enthusiastic cook.
I decided to show them something involving a roux, so that, if she wished, she could recreate other "English style" dishes ...
... towards Churchgate station in the centre of town to get a feel for the city and buy train tickets to Goa. It's dry now and we enjoy the lively streets. Streetstalls display exotic fried snacks, roasted nuts, mangos, silk clothes, fake antiques, leatherware, you name it. We come across some lovely parks that are strangely empty. People prefer sitting on the sidewalk chatting or simply watching life passing by. It's still incredibly dirty to western standards but ...