The trip to Budapest! Seeing the university, learning a few phrases in Hungarian, trying different food, seeing the city and, of course, hanging out with my dad! My parents and brothers live in Canada, so I don't get to see them every day.. But it's okay, because it makes little trips like this one so much more fun! ♥️
I guess it wasn't really a let down, but House of Terror made me really uneasy... It's a memorial to the victims of the facist and communist regimes in the 20th century, and includes pictures of those who were detained, interrogated, tortured or killed in the building. When I thought about the history and the things that happened in the building, it seemed so unreal.. but it became very real when we went inside the museum and saw the pictures, videos, tools they used, the uniforms, paintings and prison cells.
I actually can't tell you what I've been thinking about all week, but I will tell you sometime next week, I promise. It's super exciting and I've been planning it for 3 months!!
aaaaaahhhhh... ICE CREAM!
I'm torn between these two... The first one because it was the first time I ever visited my school, and it turned out to be even better than expected, and the second one because Budapest is so freaking beautiful! I seriously cannot believe I'm going to be living here.
Who am I?
Hi, I'm Ine! I'm 22 years old, from Norway, and I currently live in Budapest, Hungary, with my dogs, Baltus and Phoebe. I've wanted to become a veterinarian for as long as I can remember, and I'm currently a 2nd year vet student at UNIVET. I'll mainly be writing about my experience as a veterinary student in Budapest, but also about my day to day life and my experience of life in Budapest.