The next day we went walking early in the morning. We walked along the river to see if we could see any birds. We saw some birds but farther up the river we saw some old temples that we wanted to explore. We walked over there and there were three old buildings. Two of them were temples, the other we thought was a place for pilgrims to sleep in. After we got back to our hotel we got taken around in an auto to lots of different temples. One of the temples was a temple to Shiva that had been flooded with water. There was so much water you couldn't get through the front door but there was a path around the back on the temple and at the back of the temple we found a hole in the wall. We climbed through the hole and got in the temple. But there was only a small bit of dry floor and the rest was flooded with water also. After that we went to some more temples.
And then we went in a coracle across the river to get to a Hanuman temple. To get to the Hanuman temple there were 500 steps. The Hanuman temple had a very nice view of the river and all of the land near the hill. After we got home from the Hanuman temple we ate at a fancier restaurant called The Mango Tree. At Mango Tree they were lighting rockets and firecrackers and other fireworks that would be illegal in the US.