Today I am going to ask Ved Nagarsheth from Mauritius 25 questions:
1. Describe yourself in three words!
– I am determined , persevering and loving
2. What brought you to the Faroe Islands?
– My lovely girlfriend who is now my wife
3. Where are you from?
– I come from Mauritius
4. What is it that you miss most from back home?
– My family
5. What is the best thing about the Faroe Islands?
– The people
6. Your work?
– I am a doctor at Landssjúkrahúsið (the national hospital of the Faroe Islands)
7. Describe your work in four words?
– Amazing, compassion, rewarding and stressful
8. If you could have three wishes come true, what would they be?
– I’d never works night shifts, I’d have more time with my family in the Faroes and Mauritius and I’d be able to travel more often to Mauritius
9. Any phobias?
10. Favorite snack?
– Boursin-stuffed chicken (French snacks)
11. Least favorite food in the Faroe Islands?
12. Your best experience in life?
– Meeting my wife
13. Any funny incidents in the Faroe Islands?
– My first time in Faroes in 2001 when I went to a wedding and some of locals guys were teaching me how to greet the bride in a supposedly Faroese way but instead it turned out to be a massive swearing phrase.
14. The Faroe Islands in 5 words?
– Spectacular, peaceful, safe, divine and rainy
15. Who knows you best?
– My wife
16. How would she describe you?
– Loving, persevering, hard working, obsessed with medical subjects, aviation and gardening.
17. What does your family mean to you?
– The world
18. If you have to give up something in your life, what would it be?
– My car
19. What is one thing you cannot live without?
– My wife
20. Which household chores do you absolutely hate?
– Folding clothes
21. What is the last movie you’ve watched?
– Le Roi Danse ( A movie about the French king Louis XIV)
22. Any special talents?
– I suppose being multilingual with seven languages
23. The best advice you can give as a doctor?
– Eat less fat, sugar and red meat
24. Your favorite holiday destination?
25. Top on bucket list?
– Achieving my medical specialization