Vits Hotel Pune
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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.
... a lift with another guy to the Bollywood nightclub venue, I will have to take his word for it - Jane informs me it was Ashish.
The nightclub was outside in a large courtyard. There was a stage where he DJs and Ketan did their thing! The music was Indian in style and the beat was perfect. I hadn't expected to enjoy it as much I did. We danced and met lots of lovely people.
On the way home Pranav opened the sun roof, stood up and ushered me to do the ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... and video of my friends and I rehearsing for our Bollywood Dance at Ami's wedding. These were received with interest, and the last, amusement.
I then packed up my stuff, to get ready to go. Jijoy, Karma and I got on the bike, and went up to a Hindu temple on Parvati Hill. We climbed the steps, gazed out to the horizon, and took our shoes off at the appropriate times.
Earlier I had been describing how the young people at Ajanta and Ellora were interested ...