fimmtudagur, 6. september 2012

First few days

So my first few days in Vienna. First I have to explane why I will write in english! The thing is I know to many people that would kick me if I would only write it in Icelandic and I know to many people that wouldn try to read it if the blog was in Norwegian. So to comprimize I will write in english. I arrived on the 3rd of september and Anna my buddy from school came to pick me up and bring me home. This was a nice little trip from the airport and I decded to buy a month ticketfor the subway/bus/tram system. I came home and there was Nike a fantastic girl who will now for the next few days be my roommate. I have a room and Sonja the girl who lives there usually left it in tip top condition, I didn’t have to bring any thing. The beds great and I have slept like a baby every night since I got here. The apartment is in a great part of town, its very close to Schönbrun castle and zoo and it only takes me about 20 min to get to centrum of vienna. I love it. I´ve gotten to know a great group of students from school we are a few pieces of funny screws from around the world that have decided to study here in vienna. All from different backgrounds with different interests. The people running the international office at school have be believing that this time here will be absolutely wonderfull. Everyone is so nice and helpfull. I´ve signed up for a austrian culture class and I will sign up for a german course as soon as I figure out how. The german though is in my head because for some reason I understand what the people are saying. Elisabet Simsen did her job aparently ( my german teacher)
The first few days we have been getting to know each other and looking at the school and doing some burocratic work. The first thing was easy, the group is amazing and everyone is trying their best to understand each other. The second thing made me wanna live at the school. Its just a amazing. Ok maybe not live there but I really really really want to join in on a lecture or two, and it would be sooo cool to get to use their training rooms for nursing. So basically the school is a hospital, they have rooms for basic patient care, they have rooms for physiotherapy, they have an x-ray machine, ultrasound, ekkograf, mammograf, stent insertion thingy. The computersystem is connected so if there is an xray taken the pysio , nursing and xrayspecialists can work together and look at it and so on. Its basically a hospital. And I was impressed when I moved to norway with our one floor of training rooms. This is 4 floors and there is more stuff there than I´ve EVER seen except for in a hospital. So COOL
The third, the burocratic stuff was fine and now I´m registered into the country. Now the next days I will get to know Vienna even better because I have nothing to do untill I meet with my department coordinator on thursday. Then I will hopefully find out where I will be doing my practical studies. Well this will be my first blog post, stay tuned I might just write another one.

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