Oh no, Alma died.
You have to save her. She woke up. – Oh, the fort is collapsing.
– This is the roof. Oh, the roof is collapsing.
How did she die? I’m getting worried here. It’s just pillows. We built it with only pillows,
because it has to be cozy. – Okay, and is it cozy?
– It’s super cozy. I can film in here with the GoPro. – Oh, can you?
– Or with this camera. Here’s a lamp,
and a little cozy. Here is Alma’s.
We can see each other. And this is me,
this is where I live. Here’s a corner,
and here are our toys. We are back in Varkala. We are back at the resort we have stayed at
for what feels like 100 years, but in a different room. We got a new room, a much more modern room.
Before this we stayed in a wooden cottage. This is the last week.
Do you know that, kids? Yes. You guys, dad and I
want to go out… the beach. – I do, because this is my last day here.
– We’ll talk about it later, why it’s his last day but not our. Come on, beach time.
Let go of that, little rascal. Vamos a la playa.
(Let’s go to the beach) This beach is called Black Beach.
The sand is black and creamy. I will miss this so much. The beach in the afternoons,
the sun, the warm sea… The wind. It’s storming. Yeah. And the sound of the waves.
Maybe you can’t even hear us in this wind. Our Question of the Day is quite fun,
it’s about your preschool. Victoria Elfström wonders
how you understand what the teachers are saying. I mean, I just understand. He has learned so much English
in these two months. Yes. – I’m so impressed by you.
– Yes. Yay! – How are you?
– Fine, thank you. How are you? Wonderful. – Do you want to swim?
– Yeah, I like swim. Piñata! We will answer more Questions of the Day
in this vlog, since it’s our last one from India. Emelie Henriksson wonders if we think
that we will come back to India in the future. – Will we?
– Yes. Yes. Oh, that wasn’t
a very enthusiastic “yes”. – It sounded like a tired “yes”.
– Tired from the sun. We will definitely come back to India,
we just don’t know when. – Here’s Gabbie’s place.
– Who’s that? – My classmate.
– Is she here now? – No, she left yesterday.
– I know, but daddy Axel has a mission here. That’s correct. I’ve gotten to know the hotel owner
and I’ve promised to fly the drone over the hotel area. Come. It’s very empty here. Could this be
a good spot to start from? Isn’t it a little too windy? A little, but I think
that I can fly it anyway. At least the wind blows inland,
so it won’t fly out to sea. What are you doing, Alma? I found a super tiny coconut. I peeled it, and now it’s this pretty.
I can get one and show how I did it. Yes, sure. – Mom?
– Yes? Come, I’ve found a stick. – Wow. What will you do with it?
– I will play with it. This one will do.
It should look like this one. – I don’t see a difference.
– You don’t? No. – Aha, I see.
– Okay. – I have a Question of the Day for you.
– Okay, what’s the question? Elin Frössevi asks: “How does Alma feel about
going back to her class? Did she feel left out last time?” Last time I got back from a trip
I didn’t feel left out at all. Everything was great. It will be so fun
to come back to my class. – I’m done now.
– Let’s see. – It’s brown there, but I can’t get it off.
– What will you do with it? You can throw them… …maybe at Harry. No! We will have dinner at our resort.
This is where we have breakfast every morning. The resort decided
to offer us a free dinner. The reason for that is that we are the guests who have
stayed here the longest since this resort was opened. We have stayed here for almost two months.
They are very happy about that, of course. It’s crazy, I never thought I’d
stay at a resort this long. Most resorts I have stayed at have been super boring
after a week, but this one has actually been alright. It feels homely, which is why I’m lying down
in the restaurant. This is our home. Oops. Harry, turn the light back on. End of message. We have actually looked at other places, both hotels
and houses to rent, but none of them have been great. No. And also the pool made us
want to stay here, and the breakfast is good. And it’s close to everything,
so it’s been pretty good. – The pool isn’t the nicest.
– But nothing is the nicest. It’s good enough. Taste how good it is.
It’s absolutely divine. – Can I have it?
– Do you want more? What is it? This is a papadum topped with some vegetables
and masala and chili spice. It’s delicious. Welcome to
our beautiful little fort. This is super cozy! – Put your head through here and blow the trumpet.
– Really? Okay, wait. I will go home tonight
and leave the family here. Yes, indeed. How does that feel? – I will miss you for two nights.
– Yes, we will see each other in two nights. That’s true. – See you in two days, daddy.
– Three days, two nights. There’s a good reason why Axel’s going home before us,
and that brings us to our last Question of the Day. Magdalena Mattsson writes:
“Will there be more trips in the future, and if so, where?” – Shall we reveal it now?
– Yes! Where will we go
when we come back to Sweden? – We will go skiing in the mountains!
– Yay! What a long dramatic pause. We’re going to the mountains, and since we’ve been in
warm countries for 3 months we have nothing ready. No, so I have to go home and repack, get things from
the cabin and the storage, get our apartment back… Super exciting. – ♪ Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah… ♪
– ♪ Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah… ♪ Then I will pick you up at Arlanda Airport when you land,
and then we will go straight to the mountains. And you will join us. The kids and I will try to vlog our journey back,
all the way from India to the Swedish mountains. Super weird. Thank you for watching this video! And all our videos from India. Please leave a thumbs up, or down. Leave comments, ask questions
and take care. See you soon. Bye bye!