Αναρτήθηκε από: Nikos | Αύγουστος 6, 2003

6th of August 2003

I know i am becoming lazier and lazier..i should have updated that blog ages ago! Not that there occured that many things that i will be filling pages, but still, it’s nice to keep track of what i’ve been doing to spend my time in that strange and far country i’m in…
The weekend wasn’t that special, i have to say. Other than the visit to the museum of the Great Patriotic War, we didn’t do anything that interesting. Maybe it was still because of the conversations and counter-conversations concerning the task i referred to in my previous post. Typical stuff…walks around, breakfasts-lunches-dinners for those funny prices to various places of the city, a beer by the Svisloch (the city river) now and then.
Monday wasn’t that special either, at least in the morning. In the afternoon Baris, Kyril and I went for dinner in a very nice Fast Food/Restaurant near Nyamiga Station, and after that (when Kyril left to meet the German teacher and Nicolas came) we went for a walk with Rita and Nastya to the park at Nyamiga and the island of tears.
On Tuesday i was supposed to start working finally, since my supervisor found his way back to the Institute, but since he was very busy he couldn’t sacrifice any of his valuable time to meet me. After work, being rather pissed off with that situation, i went for a nice dinner-walk-ice cream with Rita and Nastya. At night we had a small Goodbye-party for Natalie and Mark that departed for Poland-Germany-Holland today in the morning over a nice bottle of «Kagor» Moldovian wine, very similar to our Mavrodaphne of Patras, even though i think that Kagor is much stronger (16% of alcohol. Not that Mavrodaphne isn’t strong, but that was really something!)
Tada! Finally Wednesday came! All my beloved friends, please try to imagine me waking up at 07:30 in the morning! That was the reason that i actually moved in with Baris, not having to wake up Nicolas and Kyril every day since i’m going at work that early…So, after arriving here at 09:05 (DAWN!) and doing nothing for a few hours, i finally met my supervisor… Professor Nikolai Petrovich Migoun, assistant director of the Institute. He looks extremely nice, not to mention that he can speak very good and fluent English. The tasks he gave me are not THAT interesting, but still i hope that things will get better. It is certainly not my field, and i do not remember mentioning anywhere in my CV that i am good at using Photoshop or.. Microscopes!!! Especially that Microscope is playing with my nerves, so if i keep on not seeing that #%@$^& developer layer under the lens, i swear to God i will throw it to the road from the third floor!!!
Now i am messing with photoshop, Windows..paint (that it is easier for my standards 😛 ) and the home-made image editor they have here… I hope things get clear pretty soon, coz i feel bad saying «no» to whatever they ask me if i know to do. They might be thinking i am pretty dumb by now… 🙂 I’ll update again if something really interesting happens!

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