It was almost midnight when we came to the lounge [we were staying at the Ashok Hotel and had free admission] and found the bar quite empty. We waited it out a little more and the dance floor was filled with party-people of mostly elders and locals who danced weirdly and didn't care much to mind their space or others' that we had to always watch out for flailing arms and heads bobbing our way. Drinks were a bit overpriced, as you would expect in a hotel bar. Music was sufficiently loud and the lights were not so bad. At about 1 am, the power went off briefly, and that was our cue to end our torment and get out of that place.
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