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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 ...
... with ensuite.
Bit of background to explain how Pranav's family come to have such luxuries as maids. Pranav's father had built his business up from nothing and originally had an accountancy background. The core of their business is buying land however they have also done residential and commercial developments that they rent/sell. Pranav has naturally come into the business with his father after studying business at university.
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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 ...
... main road from where we could go back to Pune city. Just after we had discussed this, we came to a dead end with two roads at the 'T'. After inquiry we learnt that the left would go to a Mahadev temple 'Nilkantheshwar' and right would take us to Pirangut which is located on other side of Pune. We decided to take right and that was 'aha' a pleasant road. A land full of tiny flower shrubs spread across a long area. We stopped by to ...