All descriptions state that the electric current is usually 220 V, 50 Hz. But load sheddings can occur. So let’s not be surprised if we charge our cell phone for the night and then it’s only 50% in the morning. We don’t have to look for the fault in the cable or the connection either, there may have been no electricity at night. But if there is, everything works like at home. And in the countryside, electricity is usually used for a set hour.
A useful tip for photographers: a room usually has an electrical outlet, so everyone should bring a six-way splitter to charge the batteries for the morning. Provided the power doesn't go off :)