The O Hotel
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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 ...
... Now you understand why my memory may be sketchy! The venue was essentially outside but with a solid roof and perimeter fence. Pranav had reserved his favourite table on a raised area in the corner where you can sit and look out at all the action. Starter nibbles were brought to our table, pizza, pitta bread with veg, battered veg (yummy!) and pesto chicken. Before I even finished my Bud another one had arrived ready so we never even had to wait to order the next round, ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... up absorbing the fresh smell of forest and relaxing my eyes against the air breeze... . Moving ahead was another interesting view.. a perfectly geometric hill. Same as we drew in our childhood paintings. . We kept on moving crossing hills and small villages. We had left the dam area back. The view were so photogenic but I was more busy watching those than trying to click the pictures. If I would have clicked, one frame had three ...