Meeting Another Indo-German Couple | Dhruv Rathee Vlogsadmin
What is happening here? What the heck? Welcome, friends to an isolated island in Denmark. This island is called Ærø. And it has a population of fewer than 6,000 people. We’ve come here to meet our friends. Bharat and Alina. I met Bharat about 4 years ago. -Okay, Dhruv, -how many times have you been to Berlin? –Dude, -Come on, tell us. –I don’t feel comfortable with vlogs. –I don’t know why vlogs… -Alright, I’ll ask the questionsnand you answer them. -What are you doing? –I’m making the thumbnail. So, Bharat and Alina, moved from Germany to Denmark. And they bought this house on the island. It’s in a very isolated place, so living here in this housenamong these surroundings you can imagine the livesnin the villages of Denmark. Let’s get to know more about it,nin today’s vlog. That, that turns around. For boats. For boats? Yeah, you’ll see it in the evening. You can even go up here, I think. No, I think better not to. Can you not? There’s also a small beach on this island. Full of stones and pebbles. Bharat and Alina have an Airbnb. And every single room is made with so much detail and love, it’s amazing. Look at that. Indian cooking in the process. I don’t know if we’ve shown the house, where Bharat and Alina live, from the outside. It’s very romantic. Very beautiful. You can see that Alina even has her vegetable garden over there. Maybe for the vlog, we should introduce everyone. The cat? Yeah. Not the… This is Sabu. He’s scratching me. Yeah, of course, if you play with your hand, what do you think will happen? Experimental Indian food. With the help of his mom on FaceTime. Today, even the plates are of steel. -Proper Indian feel.n–Yeah. Looks great. Let’s zoom in here. Mmm. I bet you guys at home can smell this. We have pickles, of course. Special thanks to Alina for cooking this lovely dish. And what did you do? Well, I contributed, in my mind, to, you know, to motivate them. Okay. -We’ll let it slide.n-Perfect! On this island of 6,000 people there’s even a city. What’s the name of this city? Ærøskøbing. -Huh?n-Aeros-kyu-bing. -Ærøskøbing?n-Mm. I think the Danish pronunciation may differ. But what’s special here is that several homes in this city, cannot be altered without thenpermission of the Municipality. Because, in a way, they have a very historic meaning. So if you felt like, suppose, changing the doors you cannot do that. Can’t change the windows. Yeah, they do look quite historical. These are glasses. These aren’t produced anymore. So they can’t replace them quickly. There will be some doors ahead, look, those, those are really old and each house has different doors. This small town looks really beautiful. What’s special about this house? I have no idea. Look at this door, right. Uh, oh, someone’s living there. This point is the exact centre of the city. There are a couple of restaurants here. And an ice-cream shop. Let’s have ice cream. She has an ice cream,nhe has an ice cream, I have a cake. What do you have? *I have my mum.* I have the camera. It does seem good. I’m just very full from the can’t see you behind the plant. -This is so tasty.n-Yeah? Give me a bite. This city, is quite close to the place nwhere the ferry dropped us. Yesterday, we got off the ferrynsomewhere around here. And now we’re at the largest supermarket on this island. There aren’t many supermarkets here. Only two. They do have a large variety of things here. You’re buying all the naans they had? Not all, I left two. You left 2!? How many Indians do you think are on this island? Oh no, that’s me. What is this thing? It’s just a Is it just a public art or what? How can it, how can it be a… Yeah, it doesn’t feel like it can… It’s a zip tie, right? I think it’s just gonna break if I sit. -No.n-No? I do see some cracks over there. Sounds like Star Wars. Okay, stop, stop! D’you want some food? Food? Is this the most famous beach here? Yeah, in this city. Of this city. It costs €200,000. May even go up to €300,000. -The cost of this small hut?n-Exactly. The cost to build it and for its wood and allnwill be around €10,000 – €20,000. €200,000 will be approximately n₹20,000,000. Yup. This here is a narrow road that has beaches on either side. On that side, there are many waves. But there are no waves on this side because the land is blocking the wind. It’s very windy. I have no idea aboutnhow much you can hear. This is the edge of the island. How does it not get boring to keep playing like this? I just don’t get it. I also wanna try. It’s almost like playing with a tiger or something, you know? Okay, it’s time for an e-bike tour. Come. Super cool. Wooow. I thought someone was pushing me. Friends, if you have travel plans for the future, you can start saving up for it from now. By using the KUVERA app. KUVERA is an amazing app for investing. Not only can you invest in Mutual Fundsnand the stock market but also in digital Gold and FDs. Do check it out. The link will be in the description below. Okay, we already have our first snack break. How is it? Very good. After like 1 minute we are already It’s crazy that we can just literally find a tree with fruits on it. Literally, you can pick the plums and eat them. Very sweet, not too sour. It’s so delicious. And here on the side there is some kind of a berry. We found its bush andnI think it’s edible too. And over there, there’s a tree with yellow fruits. That can also be eaten. Just imagine. Literally, while walking down the lane there are so many fruit trees. And you can eat all of them. And it tastes absolutely fresh. We’ve cycled to reach this point. This is another edge of the island. It’s very windy today. So the microphone may not work properly. But Bharat said that it is normally not so windy. She’s running away. I’ll take you to a place full of sheep. Doesn’t this look awe-inspiring? Come to me. Come, come here. It honestly feels like I’m touching a mattress. They’re literally on me. Look at that.