Ini Jawapan Diperakui

Jawapan diperakui mengandungi maklumat yang boleh dipercayai dan diharapkan yang dijamin dipilih dengan teliti oleh sepasukan pakar. Brainly mempunyai berjuta-juta jawapan berkualiti tinggi, semuanya disederhanakan dengan teliti oleh ahli komuniti kami yang paling dipercayai, tetapi jawapan diperakui adalah terbaik di kalangan terbaik.
We have been to Kerala-the smallest state on the northern tip of the Indian peninsula and stretching along the Arabian sea. Places like Cochin, Alleppey, Trivandrum, and Quilon are well known places for me and my wife Cherie. Through these places in Kerala are worthwhile visiting ones, sadly, they have all been spoiled by extensive tourism.
Cherie started her search for some other place in Kerala which had not entered the tourists’ map and hence out of the ‘beaten track’. She pointed to me a district bordering Tamilnadu named Palakkd (Old name Palghat) We were fascinated about Palakkad that is actually a ‘gap’ between two mountain ranges. We collected as much details about Palakkad as possible. There are so many sites about Palakkad and a few homestays. We browsed all of them and found the ‘Ela Homestay” [-] not only informative but welcoming also. It has been said on the site that the owner of the house Dilip Kumar had been in Europe for sometime and had worked in the Maldives.
We reserved all our apprehensions and contacted Dilip Kumar. We received his reply within hours in the most candid form.
After a month in November 2007 we landed at the Palakkad railway junction early in the morning. There at the station Dilip was waiting for us.
Our fifteen days stay at Ela home was really memorable. The house is a very big one built according to the Kerala traditional architecture. There are only three people in it. Dilip, his wife .Uma and his aged mother Mangalam. They all took the utmost care to see that we were perfectly at home. They never interfered in our personal affairs and didn’t cause the slightest inconvenience to us. They are pure vegetarians and the quality of the food cooked was exemplary. Every day we were asked about our ‘vegetarian culinary preferences’ and the traditional food were cooked ‘to suit our taste’!! The food was so delicious we used to be keen to return to ‘Ela Home’ at night as we did not want to miss the wonderful dinner!!
Almost every night after the dinner we would sit and discuss about various aspects of life with Dilip and his family. On the first day itself we were convinced they were quite knowledgeable.
(Dilp and Uma speak perfect English but his mother speaks very little.) I have to accept –with a little of blemish- that many topics about which we westerns have a vague idea about are known to them without any ambiguities.