There is one really bad drawback living in rural Africa. When something breaks, it stays broken
… My internet connection, running on our country’s national telephone company’s ADSL network, is so slow that it takes 20 minutes just for my blog to open. Posting and reading other blogs are impossible.
I have useless uncapped Internet since Tuesday. Now I am using the data on my mobile phone, that is of the most expensive in the world!
So I am off the air till some government official gets of his lazy KFC inflated huge backside and fix the line…
May the fleas of a thousand pox ridden camels be upon them…
I’m hearing you, it can be such a pain!
Sê hulle broer… sê hulle goed sleg!! 😉
Agree! Not so different in my part of the world when attendees at local music festivals consume all the bandwidth on the mobile phone cell capacity.
It reminds me of dial-up days. V. sorry for you, Vosper. Don’t bust any stitches ! [grin]
Sounds like your officials attend the same customer service course as our lot… Hope it’s resolved soonish, miss yer posts mate.
Oh dear! Hope you can be back online soon…. how very frustrating!
Was wondering where you had been! Hope your internet connection is repaired soon.
IT comes and goes every day at the moment, but thanks for missing me!