The a deposit was made with the Guarantee agency last week and the process of turning the deposit into a certificate of Guarantee is en tramitÃ©. Today is a holiday, but I have been unable to determine its name. Tomorrow the national team plays a game starting at noon local time, which is worse than a holiday. This means either Thursday is the optimistic estimate for new news, but la semana que viene is a possibility.
So far long the way:
- 10,000 pesos (315 USD) were placed to take the apartment off the market, credits towards first's month rent
- ~45,000 pesos (1420 USD) were placed with the Garantee club
- Before approaching the Guarantee club a bunch of certificates were generated for my application. Certificates which also make Migracciones happy as the residency process proceeds.
- Changing various registrations made in my passport after landing to the Cedula has consumed a substantial amount of time as well.
- The number of people using the hostel as a long term residence has increased from my singular self to five people. Three of the newcomers are fine. One is an absolute piece of trash that doesn't understand boundries, and if his or my presence continue to overlap in the hostel... It is very likely whether he understands threats will be tested.
- Construction has thrown the Cowork into disarray. The sound of "todo bein" and gossip is still less tolerable than power tools. The local work ethic is such that there is very infrequently any actual construction noise. Instead there's a bunch of bitching about construction noise that isn't actually happening.
- All of the paper shuffling and persistent vermin really has me wishing for a place to hang a whiteboard. A place where I can get hours, plural without the local noise polution.