And the fruit of the first telephone trÃ¡mite has arrived:
In spite of long hold times and the frustration of having to explain Gringo culture over the phone, UTE managed to get the power turned on within their stated window. Granted the install window was the entirety of business hours today.
Meanwhile the short, easy in person trÃ¡mite at a retail location to get a net connection so far has only resulted in day one of the quoted three day window to recieve a phone call about scheduling the actual installation to pass without movement.
The short in person trÃ¡mite to acquire a surface to sleep on, this trÃ¡mite for comparison was not with one of the official monopolies, resulted in a 5 hour long delivery window for Thursday.
Smaller items are gradually finding their way here as well. An electric kettle, the peculiar sort of football scarf used for cheering during the game and choking out opposing fans after a loss, miscellaneous tools, and a small mountain of microfiber rags used to pad more the important items during my immigrant voyage have made it as well.