After a week, a week, of daily trips to our kind internet providers – whom we chose because of their superb customer service and also, their amazingly low prices, oh and their dedication and commitment to their customer’s happiness and not, not, the fact that they are the only ADSL internet providers in Syria – we finally found out – for our selves I may add – that the proxy server – or some other internet jargon I do not and have no desire to understand – had been changed and our daily trips to our kind, customer-caring, dedicated internet providers were in vain.
But that’s fine!
Because each and every trip there was during the most peaceful, easy-to-drive-in traffic you’ll ever see, and when we got there we were greeted with smiles and kind words, and an open parking space to boot, and they were ever so accommodating to our plug that wouldn’t fit into their outlet and didn’t make us go out and search for one in the limited time left before they closed and then send us home with a ‘working’ modem and refuse to give us instructions over the phone, and insist we come back the next day.
Nope. None of that happened.
Smooth sailing is what it is. Dealing with my kind, dedicated internet providers.
So you may think I’m nuts, taking issue with my kind, dedicated internet providers. Guess I’m just not used to having so much kindness lavished on me!
On the brighter side, it’s damn good to back online. Brace yourselves for a weeks-worth of posts 😀