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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 ...
... I never knew the action was so prolific. I was in stitches after watching Pranav and his friend, Ashish wobbling while chatting, they didn't even realise they were doing it.
Pranav seemed to know everybody so we got chatting to many lovely people. A group of older men next to us joined us for a drinking game and got right stuck in. They were ex army officers (with the best moustaches) and had worked with the British so had played similar games with ...
... nightclub we would be going to was owned by Pranav's friend. He went to London, went to a penthouse nightclub, came back to Pune and made his own. It is now one of the most popular nightclubs in Pune. It didn't matter we had trainers, we would get in! Pranav knew the owner!
We enjoyed several Jonnie Walkers in the back of the car while we waited for Pranav's usual parking space to be free. It was a smart club, open air on the top of a ...
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13. Ensure chicken is thoroughly cooked (i.e. there are no pink bits when you cut into it)
14. Add the chicken, potatoes, and vegetables to each person's plate, and you're good to go
Riya and I decided that should we want to "Indian-ise" the dish. Chillies could be added at step 6, and other spices at step ...
... br> - Hair dryers - basically tongs to squeeze out any water
There were many others such as inkwells, lamps, nutcrackers, musical instruments, and swords.
All of them had intricate designs, and were meant for both function and splendour. A normal lemon juicer had the head of an elephant, for example. And there was a harp that looked like a fish.
This signalled the end of the tour, and we next went in search of a bus ticket for ...