But first, my view in the early morning.
A few of us started off down the narrow lanes that were becoming familiar.
We all hear and know about the cows in India, but we don't hear about all the dogs running around.
George leading the way. He navigated both ways and did a good job..
There were goats in this tuk-tuk.
You wouldn't want your tuk-tuk wheel to disappear into the huge hole beside the grate.
Lake Gadisar is man made and was excavated in 1367 for use as storage for drinking water. I think this incline was part of the berm used to create the lake.
Recycling bins! In India!
At least it is a start. I was asking about Southern India and Happy said that the southern cities were much cleaner than the northern ones.
The lake is decorated with temples.
View to the east and we walked along here.
A flock of birds took off.
Boats on the lake. It was quite early by Indian standards, about 9 am.
Some people were feeding the carp in the lake.
I think the Indian term for these steps is a Ghat.
We eventually walked out to this island.
The island is linked to the main land by a causeway. This would have been a great location to be a cow. Plenty of water and some grass to eat.
There were a few Indians on the island when we arrived but most of them left soon after.
The fort in the distance.
So we returned to the hotel and while the others went off to see the Jain Temple, I took the rest of the day off and blogged up on the roof. It was very hot and windy and I had to wipe a layer of dust off my laptop every now an then. Still, I valued a day with minimal visual stimulation.
There will always be a next time to see whatever I miss seeing this time.