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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 ...
... on a large lot of land. Business is clearly going well for Pranav and his family considering the house includes a large gym, indoor cinema, walk in wardrobes in every room and a server room. He also pointed out where they are planning on building the swimming pool. As well as large showers in each ensuite bathroom there was also a screened outside area, so that they can take a rain shower. Pranav pointed out what would be our spare room when we next visited, even the ...
In hindsight we should probably have stayed close to the airport. Our hotel was pretty rough and we were so exhausted from the Indian way that exploration of Mumbai was not enticing, so we didn't do it!
Our next job of getting to Pune was a pain. We should have properly arranged with Pranav prior to arriving as no wifi made it very expensive for us to communicate. Pranav is a friend of Georgie's who offered to take us out to ...
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 ...
... fort, somewhere Hannah had never been in her 13 years living in Pune! It was build in the mid 1700s and is an example of Marathi architecture. It had some really nice gardens with a fountain that apparently is the centre for a lighter and sound show in the evening.
From there we took another rickshaw to Parvati hill and temples which, after a steep climb was a little bit of peace in the middle of the constant beeping chugging roar of traffic! It ...